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Rosalind Helderman is a political enterprise and investigations reporter for The Washington Post. She joined The Post in 2001.
Bill Burck, an attorney for McGahn, wrote in an email that the White House counsel “did not incriminate” the president, according to people familiar with the message.
Former Trump foreign policy aide admitted lying to FBI about Russian contacts in 2016 campaign.
With 3 a.m. emails and a flurry of loan applications, he tried to save a tanking business.
Gates testified he embezzled money from lobbyist Paul Manafort and had a transatlantic romance.
The president tweeted that the “totally legal” meeting was intended to “get information on an opponent,” contradicting the initial misleading statement he dictated for his son in 2017.
Emails show Butina sought out J.D. Gordon, a former campaign national security aide, as he prepared to work on the presidential transition.
As Trump tweets in defense of his former campaign chairman, trial speeds on.
The trial of Trump’s former campaign chief is a high-stakes moment for Mueller and the president as well as the defendant.