They're ramping up action related to Mueller’s probe into Russia election meddling as they try to focus more public attention on the report.
Watergate's "master manipulator" said he testified against Trump because he is "deeply troubled" by this presidency.
Former President Richard Nixon’s White House counsel John Dean testified before the House Judiciary Committee on the special counsel’s investigation investigation into President Donald Trump.
Meanwhile, the Trump administration has hired over a dozen former Fox News staffers since 2017.
Robert Mueller "has provided this committee with a road map," the former Nixon White House counsel testified before the House Judiciary Committee.
Rep. Nadler said the Justice Department agreed to turn over some evidence from the report, including files used to assess whether the president obstructed justice.
The president dismissed the one-time counsel to President Richard Nixon as a "sleazebag."
Dean was closely involved in the Watergate scandal.
Richard Nixon's "master manipulator" has harsh words for Trump's latest impeachment claim.
Richard Nixon's former White House counsel says William Barr acted like Donald Trump's personal lawyer and "took us back right into Nixonian-type operations.”
Nixon's "master manipulator" says the attorney general may be trying to cover something up.
“What they did is attack the witness. That shows a certain weakness and it also showed a lot of concern by Republicans.”
The president would more likely have been an ally of Hitler than of Churchill, he tweeted.
"Broomsticks breaking," quips the former Nixon White House lawyer, slamming Trump's claims that the Robert Mueller investigation is a witch hunt.
The CNN host said the president "wants you to believe truth is a choose-your-own-adventure kind of thing.”
"This is pretty important testimony,” Dean said of the White House counsel’s cooperation in the Mueller investigation.
Any suggestion that White House counsel Donald McGahn has turned on him is false, Trump insisted.
"Self-preservation is a real motive," Dean said. "Trump throws almost everyone under the bus."
He believes that "Michael Cohen is looking for a deal and he is upping the stakes.”
John Dean sees plenty of parallels between his old boss and President Trump.