Caputo has become a liability to the White House, but it is sticking with him so far.
New Haven native set to be star witness against Barr
Aaron Zelinsky plans to testify that the ‘highest levels’ of the Justice Department politicized the sentencing of Roger Stone.
Blumenthal demands Barr resign in wake of Stone sentencing controversy
Blumenthal and fellow Democrats say Barr ‘intervened in a clearly political fashion to undermine the administration of justice at the president’s behest.’
Blumenthal, Murphy demand quick release of Mueller report
U.S. Attorney General William Barr notified congressional leaders late Friday that Mueller had concluded his 22-month probe.
Their political road began in CT and led to Mueller
The meteoric political careers of CT natives Roger Stone and Paul Manafort are crashing and burning because of one man — Donald Trump.
Stone tells congressional panel he was not involved in Russian hacking
WASHINGTON — Roger Stone, a longtime confidant of President Donald Trump, told the House Intelligence Committee Tuesday that he had no contact with Russian operatives during the 2016 presidential election. In a written opening statement, Norwalk native Stone said he viewed the panel’s investigation “as a political proceeding,” and dismissed allegations he colluded with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to release damaging, hacked emails from the Clinton campaign.
Himes: Manafort, Stone likely witnesses in Congress’ Russia probe
WASHINGTON — Rep. Jim Himes on Monday said Connecticut natives Paul Manafort, a former Trump campaign manager, and Roger Stone, a self-described Trump campaign consultant, are likely to be key witnesses as the House Intelligence Committee continues its investigation of Russian hacking and the U.S. elections.
Roger Stone and the Trump phenomenon
If anyone is familiar with the inner workings of President Donald Trump’s political campaign, it is Connecticut native and author Roger Stone. In this Sunday conversation, he talks about Trump’s rise to power and dismisses as “nonsense” a recent New York Times report that intelligence agencies are investigating him and two other Trump political operatives for alleged ties to the Kremlin.
If Trump wins, his campaign will seek CT delegates it can trust
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump aims to win most, if not all, of Connecticut’s delegates in the state’s presidential primary Tuesday; and with more to lose than his opponents, his campaign will pick a slate carefully scrutinized for their loyalty.