Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chair Mark Warner said Thursday on "Your World" that with President Trump's appointment of former Iowa federal prosecutor Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general, the probability of the Mueller probe being tampered with will increase.
Virginia Sen. Mark R. Warner, the top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee, blasted President Trump's decision to revoke former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) reportedly joked about revealing sensitive information about Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe at a high-dollar retreat on Martha’s Vineyard on Friday.
The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee said he is also upset with fired FBI Director James Comey, but for a different reason than the Trump administration, following the release of the IG report.
Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner said President Donald Trump is "obsessed" with Robert Mueller's Russia probe and that he is besmirching the reputation of law enforcement.
A top Democratic senator criticized President Donald Trump's administration for what he called ongoing "chaos" - most recently in the form of another staff shakeup.
Tucker Carlson blasted the Obama administration and a top Democratic senator over allegations of spying on the Trump campaign and being in contact with Russian officials
A Republican senator introduced a "talking stick" into government shutdown negotiations to try to keep the peace, but it nearly shattered one of her figurines, according to several reports.
Bret Baier asked a top Democrat about her opposition to the tax reform law, after a utility in her state announced the legislation moved them to cut rates to her constituents.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders maintained on Thursday morning that President Trump will not fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) spoke to reporters this afternoon after the announcement that Gen. Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
The ranking Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee stated that Russia tried to affect the 2016 election in 21 states.