During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump wanted to reveal years of secret work that his one-time real estate adviser Felix Sater did for the CIA and FBI, Sater tells the Yahoo News “Skullduggery” podcast.
“How do they not keep an eye on that guy, especially after he tries to kill himself?” says Elie Honig on the latest episode of the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery.”
Anthony Scaramucci, the former White House communications director, said President Trump isn't racist, but that he should change his rhetoric.
In in a scathing new op-ed, the conservative lawyer and husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway blasted Trump over his attack on four Democratic congresswomen of color.
President Trump apparently called on four newly elected congresswomen of color to apologize to him after he said they should “go back” to their “broken and crime infested” countries. The comments were widely condemned as racist — and three of the four were born in the U.S.
In the summer of 2016, Russian intelligence agents secretly planted a fake report claiming that Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was gunned down by a squad of assassins working for Hillary Clinton, giving rise to a notorious conspiracy theory that captivated conservative activists and was later promoted from inside President Trump’s White House, a Yahoo News investigation has found.
The former vice president praised the New York representative as "brilliant," but cast doubt on whether her politics could win a national election.
On the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery,” House Minority Whip Steve Scalise questioned author E. Jean Carroll’s allegations that she was sexually assaulted by Donald Trump more than 23 years ago.
President Trump seriously miscalculated when he scrapped the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal, embarking on a policy “untethered to any coherent strategy,” according to a scathing assessment by William Burns, the former U.S. diplomat who negotiated the nuclear agreement. Burns said the move was certain to embolden hard-liners in Tehran and contribute to military tensions in a way that will backfire against the U.S. — which was already happening this week, as news broke that Iran had shot down an American military drone.
“It’s been exhausting,” Sarsour said. “I’ve had physical issues, health issues. I've had to take breaks at moments. And it’s very scary.” And I’m not the one that’s gonna solve the injustice.”
The author is questioned about several notable errors in his new book, “Siege: Trump Under Fire.”
The entertainment industry has long been a key source of campaign cash for liberal politicians, and the current presidential race is no exception. But as the crowded field fighting to replace President Trump goes west, it’s finding a landscape that has undergone seismic shifts with traditional kingmakers competing for influence against small donors and high-tech upstarts.