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We have been hearing about Donald Trump's “base” since he entered the GOP primaries in 2015. Both political commentators and the candidate himself have often talked about these core supporters, particularly as Trump succeeded as a candidate. Halfway through the GOP primaries, Trump famously ...
On January 3, 2018, former Trump campaign manager and Washington lobbyist Paul Manafort—currently under federal indictment for multiple counts of money laundering, failure to register as a foreign lobbyist, and false statements—filed a civil lawsuit contesting the jurisdiction of Special Counsel Robert ...

Salvatore Phillip “Sonny” Bono was a serious Member of Congress, and notwithstanding the fact he was not an attorney, he sat on the Judiciary Committee, where his common-sense ideas often earned the praise of his attorney colleagues. It is not an easy transition from the comedy end of show business ...
... conference at John Dean's home. Jan. 15, 1975: John W. Dean III and his wife, Maureen, hold a news conference at their home in Los Angeles. ... John Dean had served as White House counsel for President Nixon from July 1970 until he was fired on April 30, 1973. Dean later pleaded guilty to a single ...
On Wednesday, July 19, 2017, President Donald Trump gave an extraordinary interview to the New York Times. The biggest headline was Trump's displeasure with his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, who he believes should not have recused himself from the federal government's ongoing investigation of ...
When Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey he made the worst mistake of his young presidency, because the ham-fisted manner in which he handled it resulted in Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein—who is filling in for the recused Attorney General—having no choice but to select a special ...

By not absolving Trump of a criminal inquiry, it was very clear that what Comey was saying was that Trump is under investigation by the Special Counsel Mueller to determine whether he colluded with the Russian's hacking of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential bid, and related matters. These related matters ...
John W. Dean (@johnwdean) is a CNN contributor and former White House counsel to Richard Nixon. The views ... president used executive privilege more aggressively than Bill Clinton, when confronted with the most aggressive special prosecutor in American history, Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr.
Ms. Yates's testimony focused public attention on the office of White House counsel, given that it took 18 days and a public leak to remove the Russian “compromised” Mr. Flynn. It raised important questions and issues, but they were quickly covered by The New York Times. But these days news moves fast.
On January 3, 2018, former Trump campaign manager and Washington lobbyist Paul Manafort—currently under federal indictment for multiple counts of money laundering, failure to register as a foreign lobbyist, and false statements—filed a civil lawsuit contesting the jurisdiction of Special Counsel Robert ...
The first Al Franken book I read (he has done seven) was Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot: And Other Observations, his 1996 effortless takedown of right-wing political figures Pat Buchanan, Bob Dole, Newt Gingrich, Rush Limbaugh, and others. It was great fun, as was my other prior Franken read: Lies: ...
John W. Dean III, whose testimony on Watergate played a large part in bringing down the Nixon administration, said Wednesday he would like to see and talk to the former President. “But,” the former White House counsel quickly added, “whether he wants to see me is a big question in my mind.” Dean, 35 ...
Surely Trump knows this, for it was widely reported, so he was telling the New York Times he was angry with Sessions for following the Justice Depart rule because it resulted in the deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, appointing special counsel Robert Mueller, after the president fired FBI director ...
But what is shaping up as the biggest fight of his life, because it could end his presidency and send his family to jail (if he is unable to pardon them), is the investigation (and potential prosecutions emanating from it) being undertaken by Special Counsel Mueller. For anyone who has observed Trump in a ...
By not absolving Trump of a criminal inquiry, it was very clear that what Comey was saying was that Trump is under investigation by the Special Counsel Mueller to determine whether he colluded with the Russian's hacking of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential bid, and related matters. These related matters ...
Former FBI Director James Comey delivered his much-anticipated testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, June 8, 2017. I am back in Washington, D.C., wearing my CNN analyst/contributor hat, covering the proceedings. Trump has hired a crony, a New York lawyer who has handled ...
John W. Dean (@johnwdean) is a CNN contributor and former White House counsel to Richard Nixon. The views ... president used executive privilege more aggressively than Bill Clinton, when confronted with the most aggressive special prosecutor in American history, Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr.

John W. Dean (@johnwdean) is a CNN contributor and former White House counsel to Richard Nixon. The views ... president used executive privilege more aggressively than Bill Clinton, when confronted with the most aggressive special prosecutor in American history, Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr.
The late political scientist and presidential scholar James David Barber believed that character determined how the occupant of the American presidency would perform in the job, and that psychology provided a predictive tool regarding performance in that high office. The Duke University professor ...
Ms. Yates's testimony focused public attention on the office of White House counsel, given that it took 18 days and a public leak to remove the Russian “compromised” Mr. Flynn. It raised important questions and issues, but they were quickly covered by The New York Times. But these days news moves fast.
It is difficult to know what to make of Donald Trump's presidency less than three months into it. I have watched the JFK, LBJ, Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II and Obama White House operations in their formative days, and Trump is way behind them all in getting his staff together and programs ...
Accordingly, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was tasked with uncovering the culprits, and some 17 wiretaps were installed on newsmen and Nixon's own staff at the National Security Council and White House. (Ironically, the Washington Field Office of the FBI was located at the Old Post Office Building, which ...
Former Nixon counsel John Dean, who went to jail, is troubled by Trump's Russia scandal but doesn't think it will lead to impeachment. ... John W. Dean III, the fired White House Counsel, is sworn in 6/25 as the Senate Watergate Committee resumes its investigation of the Watergate affair. [Photo: ...
(CN) – Special Counsel Robert Mueller has impaneled a new grand jury ... Together with John W. Dean, President Richard Nixon's White House Counsel, ... John Dean told Courthouse News not long ago that Robenalt is as ...
In 1974, former White House counsel John W. Dean III was sentenced to ... U.N. Security Council that he said failed to forcefully back his effort.
John Dean had served as White House counsel for President Nixon ... John W. Dean III, whose testimony on Watergate played a large part in ...
He became a national figure as chief counsel to Senator Joseph McCarthy's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation of the U.S. Senate ...
John W. Dean (@johnwdean) is a CNN contributor and former White House counsel to Richard Nixon. The views expressed in this commentary ...
The late political scientist and presidential scholar James David Barber believed that character determined how the occupant of the American ...
John Dean writes that, just like Richard Nixon, Donald Trump is actively creating a deep reservoir of ill will with the political media. If he thinks ...
John Dean writes that Trump knows so little about the American ... and Nixon's own staff at the National Security Council and White House.
Donald J. Trump wasted no time in seizing on the unprecedented letter that the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, sent to Congress on Friday, ...
Former White House counsel John Dean, whose 1973 testimony helped to break Nixon's Watergate defense, went further, saying that he sees the Trump White House in a familiar "cover-up mode.
But John Dean, a former White House counsel under former President Richard Nixon who was charged with obstruction of justice for his role in Watergate, said it's Trump - not Obama - whose behavior reminds him of the scandal that forced Nixon from office.
The former White House counsel to Richard Nixon who was charged for helping cover up Watergate says he thinks President Trump's White House is "in cover-up mode.
"The one thing [White House Counsel John] Dean raises in this congressional thing," Haldeman offered, "is whether we have, in any way, any hard evidence that the plane was bugged.
Former White House counsel John Dean in Washington in 2014. He called his 2004 book about ... John W. Dean III starts most days wondering how the current president will exceed the narcissism and paranoia of his old boss.
WRIGHT TWP. - The Crestwood School Board announced an intent Thursday night to issue $4.5 million in bonds to finance capital improvements and prospective renovations to the district's elementary schools.
WRIGHT TWP. - The Crestwood School Board announced an intent Thursday night to issue $4.5 million in bonds to finance capital improvements and prospective renovations to the district's elementary schools.
Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post Former White House counsel John Dean in Washington in 2014. He called his ... John W. Dean III starts most days wondering how the current president will exceed the narcissism and paranoia of his old boss. Then Dean ...
Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post Former White House counsel John Dean in Washington in 2014. He called his ... John W. Dean III starts most days wondering how the current president will exceed the narcissism and paranoia of his old boss. Then Dean ...
Dean served as White House counsel to President Richard Nixon from July 1970 to April 1973, playing a key role in exposing the Watergate scandal and testifying against his former boss in Senate hearings in 1973.
On April 3, John Dean, who had been White House Counsel to Nixon and revealed his role in the Watergate hearings, declared that "the evidence is overwhelming that George W. Bush and Richard B. Cheney have engaged in deceit and deception over ...
Political columnist Bill Kaplan, writing on WisOpinion, has some advice for Donald Trump and Paul Ryan: Pay attention to John Dean. The Nixon administration White House counsel warned then and warns now that cover-ups only lead to more problems, ...
John Dean - the Watergate-era White House senior counsel to Pres. Richard Nixon - said that Pres. Donald Trump is acting like "a 7-year-old" when it comes to the accusations against his presidential campaign and his unsubstantiated claims that former ...
Dean, who has followed Trump-Russia revelations closely, brings unique insight. He was President Richard Nixon's White House counsel as the Watergate scandal began to break in 1973, and he helped mastermind the cover-up that ultimately brought Nixon ...
On the same day Nixon announced the resignations of HR Haldeman, the White House Chief of Staff and John Ehrlichman, his Domestic Affairs advisor, and the firing of his personal counsel, John Dean III. The dominoes were beginning to fall. The hearings ...
Former President Nixon's White House counsel during Watergate says President Trump's discussion of the 1970s scandal shows he may not even understand Watergate.
Alan B. Morrison is a senior faculty member at The George Washington University School of Law in Washington, where he is associate dean for public-interest and public-service law.
On the same day Nixon announced the resignations of HR Haldeman, the White House Chief of Staff and John Ehrlichman, his Domestic Affairs advisor, and the firing of his personal counsel, John Dean III. The dominoes were beginning to fall. The hearings ...


 

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