Where this is heading is that Donald Trump and the Republicans have always wanted to go after Hillary Clinton for her misuse of emails, destruction of data after Congress had ordered her to produce all emails by subpoena, and other the illegalities surrounding her misuse of a server and emails, and the corrupt Clinton Foundation, but due to the controversies and upsets all over America in reaction to the election of Donald Trump, they’ve waited for things to settle down before attacking Hillary.

Because the Left-wingers and Democrats have attacked Donald Trump for so long over accusations of Russian links to his campaign, Donald Trump is now completely over it, and in conjunction with the Republicans around him, is fighting back hard. It may be that Crooked Hillary gets in a lot of trouble quite soon.


Crooked Hillary is a good runner for an old grannie


Donald Trump blasts Russia probes, says Hillary Clinton ‘colluded’ with Democrats to bury Bernie Sanders

 Staff writers and wires News Corp Australia Network


PRESIDENT Donald Trump has continued his assault on the investigations into Russia’s involvement in the US election by accusing Hillary Clinton of colluding with Democrats to beat rival Bernie Sanders.

“Hillary Clinton colluded with the Democratic Party in order to beat Crazy Bernie Sanders. Is she allowed to so collude? Unfair to Bernie!” President Trump tweeted on Sunday morning.

Hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and released on WikiLeaks last year showed officials in the organisation criticised the Senator Sanders, despite publicly appearing neutral.

President Trump has been lashing out on Twitter about the election since the Washington Post reported on Friday that former President Obama was alerted to Russia’s meddling last year but was conflicted about how to handle it so he wouldn’t appear to be tilting the election toward Clinton.

“Just out: The Obama Administration knew far in advance of November 8th about election meddling by Russia. Did nothing about it. WHY?” President Trump tweeted on Friday.

A number of congressional panels are investigating Russian involvement in the election and any links to the Trump campaign.

Hillary Clinton. Picture: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Urban Zen Foundation

Hillary Clinton. 

Senator Bernie Sanders. Picture: AFP/Mandel Ngan

Senator Bernie Sanders. 


As Republicans scrambled to wrangle enough votes to pass health care reform legislation, President Trump — in an unusual bid to reach out to his political opponents — urged Democrats to support bill.

“The Republicans and Democrats don’t get together,” President Trump complained on the Fox and Friends program, in a previously taped interview broadcast on Sunday.

“They fight each other. The health care bill would be so great if the Democrats and Republicans could get together, wrap their arms around it so that everybody is happy with it. But we won’t get one Democratic vote — not one.”

Senate leaders last week unveiled a revamped health care plan aimed at fulfilling President Trump’s pledge to repeal Obamacare, the landmark health reforms of President Trump’s Democratic predecessor Barack Obama.

But the measure so far has failed to garner enough support to pass with only Republican votes — although the party has a majority in the Senate — after a handful of GOP politicians revolted.

Democrats have formed a united front against the controversial measure that was drafted in secret, criticising it as a “war on Medicaid,” the health care program for lower income Americans, and calling it a worse plan than one that passed the House of Representatives in May.

For the past seven years, Republicans have worked to repeal Obamacare. Senate Republicans are painting the new plan as less austere than the House bill which, according to a forecast by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, would leave 23 million fewer people insured than under current law.

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Donald and Melania Trump were among the guests as Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin married a Scottish actress on Saturday night.

Mr Mnuchin exchanged vows with Louise Linton at the Andrew W Mellon Auditorium in Washington.

The US First Lady wore a pink blush dress and the president was in a tux. Vice President Mike Pence also attended.

The 54-year-old Mnuchin worked for the Goldman Sachs investment firm for nearly two decades before founding a hedge fund.

He also ran a company that invested in Hollywood movies and was finance chairman of Mr Trump’s presidential campaign. It’s Mr Mnuchin’s third marriage and the second for Ms Linton.


First Lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin, Louise Linton, Vice President Mike Pence, and Second Lady Karen Pence pose at the wedding of Mnuchin and Louise Linton. Picture: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for LS

First Lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin, Louise Linton, Vice President Mike Pence, and Second Lady Karen Pence pose at the wedding of Mnuchin and Louise Linton.