- The history of the creation of the dossier, including but not limited to the identities of Fusion’s clients who contracted the opposition research as well as the contractual terms between the parties.
- The date that Steele was hired on for the project.
- How exactly the FBI got looped in and if Fusion was aware of the FBI’s offer to pay Steele to continue Continue reading "Sen. Chuck Grassley Requests Documents from Firm That Commissioned Trump/Russia Dossier"
@POTUS read my previous tweet and thx to Pres Trump for getting on board. REMEMBER we can do somethings bipartisan and H1B is good example— ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) March 20, 2017
@POTUS If u want a real expert on fixing H1B a former staffer of mine just moved to HomelandSecurity Call Continue reading "Sen. Grassley on Why He Reaches Out to Trump on Twitter: ‘Sometimes It’s Easier’"
Following a meeting with FBI Director James Comey, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) briefly spoke to reporters, but gave very little details about what was discussed. The two top lawmakers on the Senate Judiciary Committee met with Comey after Grassley threatened to hold up the vote on Deputy Attorney General nominee Rod Rosenstein unless the FBI gave his panel a briefing on their investigations into Russian meddling in the election, any potential ties between Russia and President Donald Trump and Trump’s claims that he was wiretapped by his predecessor. Speaking to the press after the afternoon meeting, Feinstein stated that she wouldn’t go into the topics that were discussed but did praise Grassley’s “tough language” in getting the briefing Continue reading "‘The Briefing Was All On Sensitive Matters’: Sen. Feinstein Tight-Lipped After Comey Meeting"
Sen. Feinstein on meeting with FBI Dir. Comey: "This briefing was all on sensitive matters and highly classified" https://t.co/yU56Ikmx8Y— NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) March 15, 2017
Following Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) grilling Deputy Attorney General nominee Rod Rosenstein while hammering Attorney General Jeff Sessions over the letter he submitted to amend his testimony, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley rebuked Franken over what he labeled as “gotcha” questions.
With Franken having just chastised Rosenstein for not reading the declassified report on Russia’s activities, Grassley lit into the Democratic lawmaker. Bringing up one of Franken’s questions of Sessions at the Attorney General confirmation hearing, Grassley claimed Franken had tried to set Sessions up because he knew Sessions didn’t know the answer.
“You probably should have given him a chance to get the information you had and reflect on it, and give an answer in writing,” Grassley noted. “If I was going to ask you a gotcha question, I was going to tell you about it ahead of time and I consider Continue reading "‘It Was Not a Gotcha Question’: Al Franken and Chuck Grassley Blow Up During Confirmation Hearing"