'What's the problem?': Attorney General Barr answered questions from senators about the 'Russia case' in Mueller's report

US Attorney General William Barr spoke at a Senate hearing on Wednesday, May 1, where Special Attorney Robert Mueller's report on the results of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States presidential election was discussed. The first since the Mueller report was released ...

The US Congress asked the largest banks for information about Trump's ties with Russia

In addition, Germany's largest bank is accused of laundering funds from Russian clients. The Democrats of the US House of Representatives sent subpoenas to the largest international banks. They requested information on the finances of President Donald Trump, as well as transactions with Russian banks, writes TJournal with reference ...

Fraud, coup attempt, witch hunt: how else did Trump call Muller’s investigation

US President Donald Trump said he asked the attorney general to figure out who and why began an investigation into allegations that Russia helped his election campaign. Trump called the investigation by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller "a coup attempt." At the same time, Attorney General William Barr said, ...

Trump accused Muller team of illegal information leakage

President Trump has accused the special attorney's team of "illegal information leakage." US President Donald Trump and White House officials on Sunday rejected publications stating that the release of the full text of the report by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller following an investigation into Trump's campaign contacts with ...

Trump calls 'sick people' accusing him of collusion with Russia

Trump believes that all officials who have supported the "one greatest deception" in the history of politics in the country should be held accountable. US President Donald Trump, speaking at a rally in Michigan, named Democrats who still claim there is collusion between his ...

Will the relationship between Washington and Moscow change after the publication of the Muller report

In the United States, the results of the investigation by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller have been published, according to which President Donald Trump did not collude with Russia to win the election. Will relations between Washington and Moscow change now? An investigation that was supposed to reveal whether Trump had negotiated with ...

Two Russians sentenced to 22 and 14 years in prison for spying for the US

According to sources, the defendants passed confidential information to the US intelligence services. The Moscow District Military Court (MOVS) sentenced one of the former heads of the Information Security Center (CIB) of the FSB of the Russian Federation, Sergei Mikhailov, and the ex-head of the department to 22 and 14 years in a strict regime colony for treason ...

Lawyers for the former head of Trump's headquarters accidentally declassified details about his ties with Russia

Former head of Donald Trump's campaign headquarters Paul Manafort shared sociological data related to the US presidential election to his Russian business partner Konstantin Kilimnik. In the United States, he is suspected of having links with Russian intelligence. Details of Manafort's ties to Kilimnik have come to light ...

Ex-lawyer Trump jailed for three years

Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, was sentenced to a total of three years in prison for electoral violation and lying to Congress. As the court found, Cohen paid off with money intended for the Trump campaign, for the silence of two women who spoke about their ...

From false testimony to ties with Russia: for what trump’s close associates face jail

New materials on the case of the defendants of the so-called "Russia" have been published in the USA. We are talking about Paul Manafort, who headed the campaign headquarters of Donald Trump, and Michael Cohen, who until recently worked as the president's personal lawyer. Both face jail terms, writes the BBC. Office of the Special Prosecutor ...

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