President Trump denied that the U.S. is seeking regime change in Iran, days after ordering 1,500 additional U.S. troops to the region.
Over the course of his two terms, there were at least four issues that prompted significant congressional investigations into Obama's administration.
Federal officials have arrested a man they say is connected to the spate of suspicious packages sent to prominent Democrats and other targets.
Critics of President Trump place far too much relevance on his rhetoric than on his actual policies. Case in point: that press conference with Putin.
The report alleges that the Obama administration secretly gave Tehran access to the U.S. financial system. As a result, Iran was allowed to convert billions in assets into euros as part of the Iran nuclear deal.
If the reputation of the US takes a hit for Trump not honoring the Iran Nuclear Deal, the onus and responsibility lies solely with the Obama administration.
Barack Obama committed the US to the Iran Deal via an executive order. The problem with executive agreements is that they can easily be reversed by the next executive.
President Trump tweeted about the $1.7 billion in cash that the Obama administration sent to Iran and wondered why there had not been an investigation.
It's alleged that members of Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election; new allegations show the Democrats were also involved.