The first two members of Congress to endorse Donald Trump, Chris Collins and Duncan Hunter Jr., have been indicted for financial crimes and campaign finance violations in the past two weeks.
I wonder what it was they saw in Mr. Trump.
Mr Cohen said he had been directed by "a candidate for federal office" - presumed to be Mr Trump himself - to break federal election laws.
Obviously the candidate in question is Trump and keep in mind that Cohen just cut a plea deal. He has high reason to be truthful because lying could cause his entire deal to fall through and he would be looking at potentially something like 65 years in prison.
The video is just adorable. Good job, Drake.
Amit handles this like a pro, you can tell he's seen some shit before.
"Well you've got the job." - Every casting director in 1989
“My mom’s business is near where Joe lives,” Imgur user Tunnelofplatonicfriendship captioned the photo. “I asked her to ask him to sign this meme if he ever came in. He is a real nice guy.”
The suspect, Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, is an undocumented immigrant who authorities believe has been in the area for four to seven years, Rahn said.
Well we found Fox News' leading headline tonight.
Manafort was found guilty of five tax fraud charges, one charge of hiding foreign bank accounts and two counts of bank fraud. He faces a maximum of 80 years in prison.
This is a sweeping victory for Mueller and his investigation rolls on.
Had to do a double-take to check what sub this is thinking this was a photograph.
As a legal matter, this is a complete and total defeat for Manafort. He will get the same sentence that he would have received if he was convicted on all 18 counts.
The number of counts of conviction doesn’t impact federal sentencing.
Kid is just fascinated with this giant friendly water dog.
On one Tuesday in August:
And then Trump boarded a plane for an unscripted rally in West Virginia. This one could be bumpy.
Maybe the worst hour of his entire life just happened.
The number of counts of conviction doesn’t impact federal sentencing. He's looking at potentially 100 years in prison or more.
Cohen just admitted in court that he violated campaign law in coordination and at direction of the candidate (Trump).
This Michael Cohen tweet from December 2015 didn't age very well.
@HillaryClinton when you go to prison for defrauding America and perjury, your room and board will be free!
We took for granted the era when the president & his key advisers weren’t either in jail or under criminal investigation or pleading guilty to crimes or being indicted and instead were capable, decent, scandal-free non-criminals who focused on solving problems & running the country.
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Now that he's a convicted felon, keep in mind that Paul Manafort has another completely separate trial again next month and could face even more punishment.
If Manafort is given the maximum punishment on the 8 convictions given, he could face well over 100 years in prison.
President Trump’s campaign chairman, national security adviser and personal lawyer are now all convicted or admitted felons.
She would grow up to be the Queen of Naboo.
Now we can bite these animals heads off in peace without thinking about their captivity.
Looks like you now have a couple more mouths to feed.
Now this is quality acting by your daughter.
You can tell someone had to draw blood.
Looked like a slice of marbled steak from the thumbnail.
LPT: Keep a water bottle in your car and discreetly pour it over your lap if you are ever pulled over for speeding.
Ayala was working her shift Tuesday at Sor María Ludovica in Buenos Aires when the 6-month-old baby was brought in along with five of her siblings by social workers to the hospital, according to Argentine news outlet Clarin. The children were all malnourished and the little girl's cries prompted Ayala, a mother of a newborn herself, to do something.
That's going the extra step to serve and protect, good on her.
Production had been set to begin in December for a U.S. release date of Nov. 8, 2019. It is scheduled to hit the U.K. on Oct. 25, 2019.
That quick turnaround time just became a lot more difficult.
Looks like your mom is really into pot.
"Sang Chol!" 92-year-old Lee Keum-seom exclaimed, as she fell into her long lost son's arms at a holiday resort in North Korea Monday.
Lee had been waiting 68 years for this moment, after the two became separated during the Korean War and became trapped either side of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) which now splits the two Koreas.
Sang Chol was four when she last saw him. He is now 71, himself an old man. On Monday he sat waiting for Lee's arrival with his daughter-in-law. Lee was joined by her two daughters, who grew up in South Korea.
After the initial tearful reunion was over, Sang Chol showed his mother a photo of her husband, who had been with their son when the couple became separated but has since died.
"This is a photo of my father, mom," Sang Chol said, dissolving into sobs.
They were one of the 89 lucky families selected from the more than 57,000 who had applied for the reunions, agreed to under the Panmunjom Declaration signed by South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un earlier this year.