Bolton in Moscow says announcement coming on Trump-Putin summit

Bolton in Moscow says announcement coming on Trump-Putin summit

Special to WorldTribune.com Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty U.S. national security adviser John Bolton has confirmed that an announcement will be made on June 28 regarding a planned summit between Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. “There will be an announcement on that tomorrow simultaneously in Moscow and Washington on the date and the […]

On same day as summit U.S. rattled China, dedicated massive new Taipei compound

On same day as summit U.S. rattled China, dedicated massive new Taipei compound

Special to WorldTribune.com By Geostrategy-Direct The largest U.S. diplomatic compound in all of Asia opened this month in a country with whom Washington does not even have an official diplomatic relationship. On June 12, when the world was transfixed on the Trump-Kim Nuclear Summit in Singapore, a major ceremony was taking place in Taiwan’s capital […]

‘It’s not going to be pretty’: Congress-DOJ showdown this week

‘It’s not going to be pretty’: Congress-DOJ showdown this week

by WorldTribune Staff, June 26, 2018 Lawmakers on two House committees are threatening punitive action against Department of Justice and FBI officials this week. At issue are allegations of anti-Trump bias in the FBI, the agency’s mishandling of the Trump-Russia investigation, and the continued failure by the DOJ and FBI to release subpoenaed documents. Deputy […]

State Dept. had access to Steele dossier before FBI; U.S. embassy in London played key role

State Dept. had access to Steele dossier before FBI; U.S. embassy in London played key role

by WorldTribune Staff, June 22, 2018 The Obama State Department had access to parts of the discredited Trump dossier before the FBI had obtained the document, a report said. “State Department officials obtained and reviewed parts of the infamous Steele dossier by mid-July 2016, well before FBI headquarters had access to the document,” The Daily […]

Tang Dynasty Emperor Taizong, U.S. President Donald Trump and the Korean peninsula

Tang Dynasty Emperor Taizong, U.S. President Donald Trump and the Korean peninsula

Special to WorldTribune By Miles Maochun Yu, Hoover Institution In the ancient Chinese military strategy classic, Questions and Replies between Tang Taizong and Li Weigong, the great Tang Dynasty Emperor Taizong of the 7th century famously ruminated that, “In war, we prefer the position of the host to that of the guest.” In essence, Emperor […]

Congress moving to block Trump deal with ZTE

Congress moving to block Trump deal with ZTE

Special to WorldTribune.com Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty U.S. President Donald Trump’s Republican allies in Congress are moving to block his deal to put Chinese telecom giant ZTE back in business if it pays $1 billion more in fines for violating U.S. sanctions against Iran. Lawmakers said on June 11 that the U.S. Senate […]

Indictment reveals leaks from Senate Intel official as driver in Carter Page narrative

Indictment reveals leaks from Senate Intel official as driver in Carter Page narrative

by WorldTribune Staff, June 11, 2018 Carter Page said the machinations employed by those targeting him in the Trump-Russia investigation are “becoming more understandable” following the indictment of James A. Wolfe, the intelligence official who leaked information to a reporter he was romantically involved with. The federal indictment issued last week notes that Wolfe unwittingly […]

Intel war? Mueller investigation eyes Trump ties to private sector network

Intel war? Mueller investigation eyes Trump ties to private sector network

by WorldTribune Staff, June 5, 2018 Special counsel Robert Mueller is focusing on a private network reportedly tied to Israel and the United Arab Emirates as his investigation expands from Russia to Middle East governments’ alleged attempts to influence U.S. politics, according to news reports. Mueller is investigating the private firm Wikistrat, the Wall Street […]

More than 12 active lawsuits target DOJ’s year-long ‘stonewalling’ on Russian investigation

More than 12 active lawsuits target DOJ’s year-long ‘stonewalling’ on Russian investigation

by WorldTribune Staff, June 1, 2018 A government watchdog group on May 31 said it has filed a lawsuit “to expose FISA warrant abuses and the continued stonewalling of Congress relating to the Russia investigation.” Judicial Watch said it filed the suit after both the Department of Justice (DOJ) and FBI failed to respond to […]

FBI regulations required DOJ to approve Stefan Halper’s mission

FBI regulations required DOJ to approve Stefan Halper’s mission

by WorldTribune Staff, May 31, 2018 Then-FBI Director James Comey violated the bureau’s own rulebook by using Stefan Halper to spy on the Trump campaign, a report said. Halper was a “confidential human source,” an official category of spy that is regulated by the FBI’s domestic investigations directive, Rowan Scarborough reported on May 30 at The […]

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