If Trump is indicted, Sen. Graham warns that there will be riots in the street.

If Trump is indicted, Sen. Graham warns that there will be riots in the street.

The United States could see rioters "in the street" if former President Donald Trump is indicted in connection with his mishandling of classified documents, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.

During an appearance on Fox News' "Sunday Night in America," Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) predicted that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in

When it comes to Donald Trump, most Republicans believe that the law does not apply to him. They believe that the only thing that matters is getting him. They believe that there is a double standard when it comes to Trump. For example, they point to the case of Hunter Biden. In that case, the FBI weighed in to make sure that the story did not break before the 2020 election. Now, we have whistle-blowers at the FBI who are telling Senator Grassley that they were told to slow down and back off of Hunter Biden

In a recent blog post, former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean predicted that Donald Trump will be indicted on charges of Espionage Act violations. Dean cites the ongoing investigation into Trump's handling of classified documents, as well as the president's habit of taking classified materials with him to his Mar-a-Lago resort, as evidence that Trump is in

The investigation into former President Donald Trump's possible ties to Russia took an interesting turn earlier this month when the FBI executed a search warrant on Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. The search warrant yielded a total of 184 documents, 25 of which were classified as top-secret, 92 as secret, and 67 as confidential

There is probable cause to believe that evidence, contraband, fruits of crime, or other items illegally possessed were improperly stored in Mar-a-Lago, the

Trump has long claimed that the documents stored at his Mar-a-Lago resort are classified and that he is the only one who can declassify them. His legal team is now seeking a special master to review all documents seized from his residence. U.S. District Court Judge Aileen Cannon on Saturday signaled that she is inclined to grant Trump

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