Until his indictment last Friday, Roger Stone had said again and again that he would never testify against Trump. But his latest remarks were a message to the special counsel.
On January 25, federal authorities arrested Trump confidant Roger Stone, charging him with obstruction of an official proceeding, false statements, and witness tampering.
With the end of a five-week shutdown that ends without money for a wall, we see the make-believe nature of Trump's presidency.
Unions representing the 800,000 federal workers who were either locked out or forced to work without pay organized the demonstration.
Combs, Trump’s nominee to be assistant secretary of the Interior, is just one of the grifters in the Trump administration.