phone records

Republicans angry and concerned about Schiff release of phone records

Byron York, Washington Examiner

The Intelligence Committee Democrats' Trump-Ukraine impeachment investigation report, released publicly Tuesday, included records of some phone calls by presidential lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow, Nunes, journalist John Solomon, Fox News host Sean Hannity, indicted Giuliani associate Lev Parnas, National Security Council aide and former Nunes staffer Kash Patel, lawyer Victoria Toensing, and unidentified people at the White House and Office of Management and Budget. Concerns about publishing the records of others, were nowhere to be found in the initial media discussion of the Democratic report. Perhaps that will change when the full content of the report sinks in.

Can Marco Rubio Lie His Way To The Presidency?

During Tuesday’s CNN debate Jeb Bush told populist frontrunner Donald Trump “You can't insult your way to presidency.” But as Trump pointed out, he’s at 41% and Jeb is fading fast at 4%. However, aside from “insulting your way to the presidency” there’s a second way to get to the presidency apparently favored by the neo-con establishment, and that is the good old fashioned lying preferred by Marco Rubio.

What’s Holder Hiding on Phone Tap?

Devlin Barrett, Wall Street Journal Washington Wire

Goodlatte pushed for Holder to answer their questions on the Rosen case, but Holder's refused.