U.K. Spy Steele Claims John McCain Aide Leaked 'Pee' Dossier to BuzzFeed

Anti-Trump dossier author Christopher Steele testified that he was “absolutely flabbergasted” when BuzzFeed published the dossier after an advisor to late Senator John McCain shared the controversial document with the media outlet purportedly against Steele’s wishes.

Dossier 2.0: 'Whistleblower' Complaint Relies on Soros-Funded ‘Investigative Reporting’ Group that Partnered with BuzzFeed

Sections of a so-called whistleblower’s complaint alleging President Donald Trump was “using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country” in the 2020 presidential race relies upon a self-described investigative journalism organization bankrolled massively by billionaire activist George Soros.

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Clyburn: Dems Did Not Rush to Judgment Over BuzzFeed Report

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) said Democrats did not rush to judgment when a BuzzFeed News report said President Donald Trump instructed his former lawyer to lie to Congress. Special counsel Robert Mueller’s office has disputed the BuzzFeed report. Clyburn said, “When you preface your statement with ‘if this is true,’ that to me gives you all the cover you need.” He continued, “If they had something as if it were true that would be one thing to be concerned about. But they’ve all said ‘if this is true.’” He added, “I don’t think that my Democratic friends are in any way rushing to judgment because they qualified right up front ‘if this is true.’” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

Schiff: Congress Will 'Absolutely' Investigate BuzzFeed Claims

Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) said he would “absolutely” investigate a BuzzFeed News report that claimed President Donald Trump instructed his lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about a proposed Trump Tower project in Russia. Special counsel Robert Mueller’s office has disputed the BuzzFeed report. Partial transcript as follows: MARGARET BRENNAN: How do you interpret the special counsel’s statement that seemed to challenge some of the reporting in BuzzFeed that the president directed his attorney to lie to Congress about some business dealings in Russia? ADAM SCHIFF: Well I assume that this was prompted by the reaction to that BuzzFeed report. But also it may have to do with the special counsel’s wanting to be able to use Michael Cohen as a witness in further prosecutions and wanted to make sure that the public didn’t have a perception that he was saying more than he was saying at least to the special counsel. But, Margaret, I think we need to pay particular attention to what we do know from the special counsel that was not included in this statement yesterday. What we do know from the special counsel is that Michael

Maher: 'I Think the BuzzFeed Story Is True'

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated he believes the BuzzFeed story about President Trump ordering Michael Cohen to lie to Congress is true. Maher said, “Here’s why I think the BuzzFeed story is true. Here’s what Newt Gingrich said today, ‘This is an absurdity…can you imagine any president [of the United States] being dumb enough to say to somebody, I’d like you to go over now [and lie to Congress?]’ Yes, I can.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

‘President Pelosi’ Trends After BuzzFeed Report: ‘It’s the Ending We Deserve’

“President Pelosi” trended on Twitter on Friday as President Donald Trump’s haters fantasized about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) becoming the next president after BuzzFeed reported that Trump ordered his then-personal lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about a proposal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.

Meacham: If BuzzFeed Report True Congress Must Proceed with 'Impeachment'

Friday on MSNBC’s “Live,” presidential historian Jon Meacham said President Donald Trump should be impeached if the BuzzFeed News the report claiming Trump directed his attorney Michael Cohen to intentionally lie to Congress is true. Partial transcript as follows: TUR: Jon, really great to have you. You are looking at this from a historical lens—if this turns out to be true, do you think there is any choice that Republicans have but to vote for impeachment? MEACHAM: I don’t think there is any choice in terms of proceeding with impeachment. And if the evidence is what it appears to be, I think in good conscience, Republicans and Democrats who are following their constitutional duty and the precedents of impeachment themselves—which has the virtue of being bipartisan. Both President Nixon—well, he resigned first. President Clinton was impeached for obstruction of justice for suborning perjury for attempting to shape stories to keep facts from Congress and from the public. Ultimately, you hear an argument a lot from Republicans, and I am sure you hear it more than I do, which is impeachment is not the way to go because that would overturn the election. That’s a political interpretation of what is also constitutional and legal

Mueller: BuzzFeed Report Claiming Trump Directed Michael Cohen Testimony 'Not Accurate'

A spokesperson for special counsel Robert Mueller’s office released a statement Friday disputing a BuzzFeed report which alleged President Donald Trump directed his former attorney Michael Cohen to make false statements to Congress regarding a proposed real estate deal in Russia.