Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley said Monday that Democrats' "obsession" with President Trump is eroding what used to define their party.
Law Professor Jonathan Turley said ex-FBI Director Jim Comey's remarks about the Trump White House and the FBI interview of Gen. Michael Flynn is "the epitaph of his entire time" as director.
George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley reacted to a Washington, D.C. federal judge ordering the Mueller team to surrender documents surrounding the questioning of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who ultimately was indicted on charges of lying to federal agents.
Legal expert Jonathan Turley slammed President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen, saying he has "betrayed everyone."
President Trump on Monday denied that hush-money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal in the weeks leading up to the 2016 election were campaign contributions, instead calling them a "simple private transaction.”
Jonathan Turley reacted Friday to the release of a sentencing recommendation against ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen and a heavily-redacted document from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecution team alleging former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied about contact with Trump White House officials and other matters.
Legal expert Jonathan Turley joined the "Fox & Friends" co-hosts Friday morning to share insight on looming filings in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Law Professor Jonathan Turley said recent news involving conservative author Jerome Corsi and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort show that Special Counsel Bob Mueller is "clearly not getting what he wants."
Constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley said Tuesday it's "baffling" that government officials continue to use private emails to conduct official business, especially after the Hillary Clinton scandal in 2015 and 2016.
President Trump said he answered written questions from Special Counsel Robert Mueller "very easily," but Jonathan Turley is warning that "nothing is easy in the Mueller investigation."
Law Professor Jonathan Turley said Tuesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that if Special Counsel Robert Mueller's most powerful charges are for false statements and focus on Trump-supporting figures, it would be like "shooting the wounded."
Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley joined Steve Doocy on "Fox & Friends" to weigh in on the "investigation onslaught" that Democrats plan to launch against the Trump White House now that they control the House.