LIVE Updates from Robert Mueller's Testimony on Trump and Russia
Today at 8:30 a.m. ET, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller will deliver his long-awaited testimony before members of the House Judiciary Committee and the House Intelligence Committee about his investigation into President Donald Trump and Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Democrats are hoping that Mueller's statements will illuminate potential obstruction of justice by President Trump and that could lead to him being impeached from office.
Meanwhile, Republicans are hoping Wednesday's testimony will show that the multi-million dollar investigation was biased from its inception.
Watch the entire testimony live at The Florida Report, and check back for up-to-the-minute updates.
Following the U.S. women's historic fourth World Cup victory on Sunday, #EqualPay began trending on Twitter, reigniting an ongoing debate surrounding the "pay gap" between the men's and women's soccer players.
Players on the team, fans, feminists, and even elected officials all chimed in on the controversial topic, with all insisting that female soccer players are victims of a sexist wage gap -- citing the fact that female players are paid much less than male players.
But are there any truths to these claims? Are women in soccer a product of a male-dominated society that doesn't value their play on the field? Unfortunately, the facts surrounding the disparity in pay have had little to no light shed on it.
On Tuesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced a partnership between Israel and Florida that would serve as a foundation for the new, nonstop seasonal El Al air service between Tel Aviv and Orlando. The new flights, operating during the months of July and August, will offer a direct link between Israel’s second most populous city and one of Florida’s most popular destinations.
DeSantis, an ardent supporter of preserving a healthy relationship between the U.S. and Israel, has been vocal about his stance on making the Sunshine State the most pro-Israel state in the country.
Officials in attendance for today's announcement hope that the flights to Tel Aviv are successful enough to become a constant in the state.
Thousands of Trump Supporters Line Up Ahead of Orlando Rally
Just like prior to the 2016 election, Trump fever is taking over the state of Florida ahead of the 2020 election. Only this time, it's in the liberal stronghold of Orlando, Florida.
President Donald Trump will be in Orlando on Tuesday, where he is set to announce 2020 re-election campaign at a rally that will be held at Amway Center. The venue is set to hold up to 20,000 fervent Trump acolytes, and judging by the hundreds of supporters showing up early this morning, the Trump campaign will have no issue filling up all 20,000 seats.
#ImpeachTrumpNow is Trending on Twitter, Despite Zero Evidence
Tell us if you've heard this one before...
Despite an extensive, lengthy and expensive investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, people are still calling for Congress to impeach President Donald Trump.
Not liking Trump in today's political climate is nothing new, but the need to saturate the daily news cycle with anti-Trump rhetoric is beginning to get old.
That's not to say that you can't hate Trump -- you're absolutely can. But to call for him to be impeached without any conclusive evidence is completely asinine. Still, people without any good reason, or knowledge with how impeachment works, continue to call for Trump to be removed from office.
Trump Goes After China and Democratic Opponents on Twitter
On Monday, President Trump doubled down on his trade war against China, issuing warnings to the country the on Twitter — just as Chinese officials announced a fresh set of tariffs on $60 billion of US exports.
There will be nobody left in China to do business with. Very bad for China, very good for USA! But China has taken so advantage of the U.S. for so many years, that they are way ahead (Our Presidents did not do the job)," he wrote in a tweet. "Therefore, China should not retaliate - will only get worse!
Political Left Uses New Term for Christians: 'Easter Worshippers'
On Easter Sunday, cowards unleashed a wave of bombings across Sri Lanka killing 311 people and injuring hundreds more. The killings led to authorities around the global investigating the attack, which has led to 24 arrests.
The U.S. believes it has identified a key operative in the attacks and has initially concluded that the person responsible for these mass killings has connections to international terrorism organizations, including ISIS, according to U.S. officials.
As a response, Sri Lanka has declared a state of emergency, and Tuesday has been declared a national day of mourning in the country.
With the nation in grief, many political players in the U.S. joined in lamenting the loss of Christian victims killed by suicide bombers.
Despite No Collusion, Democrats Still Can't Accept Mueller Report
A redacted version of the Mueller Report was released today, and President Donald Trump claimed victory on Thursday, calling Mueller's investigation a "hoax."
"I'm having a good day," Trump said at a White House event for the Wounded Warrior Project. "It’s called no collusion, no obstruction.”
The 448-page report was released in two volumes, allowing the public to get their first glimpse of the results from Mueller's investigation. And while Trump and Republicans feel vindicated, Democrats are outraged with how the release of the controversial document was handled.
Watch: Attorney General Barr Addresses Mueller Report
With the public eagerly waiting the release of the Mueller Report, Attorney General William Barr is back on Capitol Hill to testify before Senate Democrats.
Yesterday, Barr faced congressional lawmakers for the first time since receiving the special counsel’s report on the Russia investigation.
Barr is set to testify before legislators about the Justice Department's budget, but questions are likely to come up over his handling of the Special Counsel report on Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
The report is expected to be released new week.
To watch day two of Barr's testimony, watch below.
WATCH: Michael Cohen's Testimony Against President Trump
Today, President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer and longtime fixer Michael Cohen will testify against his one-time client as someone who engaged in lies, racism, and cheating as a private businessman, and took part in criminal conduct while inside the White House.
Those revelations will come this morning when Cohen is scheduled to testify publicly before the House Oversight and Reform Committee at 10 A.M. est.
You can watch the entire hearing here. Check back with us throughout the day for updates.
16 States File Lawsuit Against Trump Administration
16 states are suing the Trump administration over last week's national emergency, arguing that the move is unconstitutional, with the states seeking a preliminary injunction to stop President Donald Trump from acting until the case is resolved.
California is leading the charge, with the other 15 states all having Democratic Attorneys General. Maryland is the only state without a Democratic governor.
The suit has been filed in the liberal 9th circuit, where judges have already ruled against the president.
WATCH: Trump's Speech at Florida International University
Appearing in Miami on Monday night, President Donald Trump urged Venezuelan military officials to back the country's self-declared interim president Juan Guaido.
In front of a crowd at Florida International University, Trump rejected current President Nicolas Maduro and warned official who helped keep him in power. The speech was the president's latest attempt to put pressure on Venezuela.
"Today I have a message for every official that is helping to keep Maduro in place: 'the eyes of the entire world are upon you...'"
Last night, President Donald Trump gave his State of the Union address, delivering a speech that was equally bipartisan and divisive.
The President called for unity before quickly turning his focus to border security and the contentious border wall. He also touted the economy's success, the low unemployment, more women in the workplace, and socialism.
Gillette's Newest Ad Isn't About Shaving, It's About Pushing the False Narrative of 'Toxic Masculinity'
It's 2019, and men are still under attack by leftists who continue to push a narrative that being masculine is wrong.
This pro-feminist movement has been on full display the past couple of years, with public schools and universities pushing an agenda to go after the male society in an attempt turn the alpha into the beta.
Reports surfaced yesterday that the White House is reaching out to allies and conservatives in preparation of Supreme Court Justice Ruth BaderGinsburg's possible departure.
On Monday, Ginsburg, 85, missed oral arguments at the courtfor the first time in her 25 years on the bench. Nominated by President Bill Clinton in 1993, Ginsburg is recovering from a surgical procedure that
Trump Softens Stance on Shutdown, Still Trying to Fund Wall
“If we don’t have border security, we’ll shut down the government — this country needs border security."
President Trump boldly made this statement last week in a meeting with Democratic congressional leaders. On Wednesday, the president took a different stance on the border wall, with reports suggesting that he's backing down from his previous comments, and that he no
Trump Calls for Democrats to Fund Wall as Shutdown Nears
With the government shutdown quickly approaching, President Trump took to Twitter to ask for Democrats to "put the people ahead of politics."
The video was posted yesterday on Trump's Twitter. In it, he states that Democrats have always been for defending the wall, showing a montage of prominent Democratic leaders discussing illegal immigration and border
Trump Clashes with Dem Leaders Over Border Security, Says He'll Shut Down Government Unless Wall is Built
On Tuesday, President Trump held a open meeting with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) over the president's demand to fund a border wall, threatening a government shutdown if he does not get the money he has requested.
The sixteen minute discussion was full of fireworks, with Trump sparring with
Flake Votes 'No,' Forcing Republicans to Cancel Confirmation of Judges Over Mueller
One of President Donald Trump's greatest successes has been the vast amount of conservative nominees that he has nominated during his tenure as president. One would think that Republicans would be happy with these lists of well-qualified nominees. But there is one prominent GOP member that will
Gillum and Abrams Call on U.S. Senators to Oppose Trump's Nomination of Thomas Farr
Senate Republicans are working hard to fill the nation's longest judicial vacancy with a North Carolina lawyer whose nomination has raised objections from black lawmakers and civil rights groups concerned about his work defending state laws found to have discriminated against African-Americans.
President Trump nominated Thomas Farr to fill the vacancy, and the Senate
White House Lays Out New Rules on Reporters Ahead of Thanksgiving
On Monday, the White House announced the new rules after restoring the press credential of CNN reporter Jim Acosta. Acosta lost his credentials last week after he refused to give up the microphone while asking President Trump a question.
The new rules include limiting journalists to asking one question and allowing follow-up questions at the discretion of Trump
Unity Through Comedy: Republican Dan Crenshaw Appears on SNL
Last week, SNL's comedian Pete Davidson made an insensitive joke about the appearance of Lieutenant Commander Dan Crenshaw, a Republican congressional candidate on Texas' ballot for the midterm elections. During his"First Impressions" segment on Weekend Update, Davidson made some jokes about the appearances of some of the candidates running for office, some less funny than others.
Trump Slams CNN's Acosta: 'You are a rude, terrible person'
At a press conference earlier today, President Trump clashed with CNN White House Reporter Jim Acosta, after the reporter refused to give up the microphone, questioning Trump about the migrant caravan and Russia investigation.
“That's enough. Put down the mic,” he ordered Acosta, as a White House aide tried to take the microphone from him,