Former US President Donald Trump claims he could declassify top-secret documents ‘just by thinking’
Donald Trump is heading to Michigan. Michigan is the state that spurred him in 2020 after a surprise win four years before him on Saturday.
He’s in the state for a rally in Warren, where he hopes to boost the candidacy of Tudor Dixon, his chosen supporter in the race to remove incumbent Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer. , if he’s running for the White House in 2024, he’s desperate to get supporters for a bogus conspiracy about the 2020 Governor’s Mansion defeat.
Polls show Dixon trails sharply behind the governor, who was the victim of a shocking kidnapping plot thwarted by the FBI in 2020. The latest poll in the campaign by the Trafalgar Group, which is affiliated with the GOP, showed Dixon trailing him by six points.
Separate Trump legal news revealed that Trump kept about 200,000 pages of federal documents in his Palm Beach home. A new court filing argued that his early October deadline for scanning and reviewing documents was unrealistic because it could not be processed quickly enough. Trump has reportedly ignored some of the legal advice he has received on the matter.
Maggie Haberman says Trump tried to seize her phone records to expose sources
new york times Reporter Maggie Haberman said Donald Trump went too far in trying to stop coverage of her, which is widely sourced by Trumpworld.
in her forthcoming book confidence man, She claims that
read more Oliver O’connell of Independent:
Haberman has unprecedented access to Trump during his presidency and since
John BowdenOct 2, 2022 05:09
Trump reportedly ignored advice from lawyers and paid $3 million in compensation for Mar-a-Lago document case
Former President Donald Trump ignored his attorney’s advice weeks after paying his respected attorney in Florida $3 million in negotiations with the Justice Department after his Aug. 8 home raid. and are reportedly in favor of much more combative tactics. But it exposes him to greater legal risk.
A source close to Trump said:Washington Post Chris Keith will remain on the former president’s team, but is likely to “have a less public role” in the Mar-a-Lago document dispute”.
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Trump largely sidelined former Florida Attorney General Chris Keith, according to The Washington Post.
John BowdenOctober 2, 2022 03:05
Trump rally ends with ex-president touting ongoing movement
Former President Donald Trump ended the rally Saturday night by touting the ongoing Maga movement as he clearly continues to prepare for the 2024 presidential election.
The de facto leader of the Republican Party called Maga Rights “one movement, one people, one family, one glorious American nation,” with fans vowing to “make America great again.” I opened my mouth.
The rally ended around 9pm ET.
John BowdenOct 02, 2022 02:05
Trump vows to retake White House in 2024
Donald Trump has scaled back the rally, vowing that Republicans will retake the White House in 2024, and being careful not to say he’s running for office himself.
And he again lashed out at his supporters’ Democratic opponents, accusing them of creating a “failed country.”
“This country doesn’t belong to them. It belongs to you,” he told cheering supporters.
John BowdenOctober 2, 2022 01:53
Trump calls for death penalty for all drug dealers
“We have no choice,” said Donald Trump at Saturday’s rally, requiring the US to implement a draconian policy of punishing convicted drug dealers with the death penalty. He spoke at length about what he thought was
Speaking about a conversation with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Trump called for a “speedy trial” for drug traffickers who quipped that they had a “100% conviction rate.” And he talked about how Americans who sell controlled substances of any kind should be executed, saying it was necessary to scare other criminals.
Given the requirement for proportional punishment in the U.S. judicial system, it’s hard to imagine most Republicans across the country signing onto the idea that this would likely be unconstitutional.
John BowdenOct 2, 2022 01:28
Trump attacks Maggie Haberman’s book as ‘hate’, denies nearly firing Ivanka on Twitter
During a rally in Michigan on Saturday, Donald Trump continued to attack a forthcoming book about him by New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman.
“There was talk the other day that they wanted to fire their daughter Ivanka, but it never happened.”
“No, but how are you going to call and explain to your daughter?” he added as the audience laughed.
read more Josh Marcus:
Former president repeatedly attacks New York Times reporter’s forthcoming book on White House
John BowdenOct 2, 2022 01:01
Trump thanks Ginny Thomas for sticking with stolen election lies
Former President Donald Trump gave a shoutout to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ wife who continues to parrot his lies about the 2020 election in an interview with the House Select Committee on Jan. 6. .
Trump recently praised Ms. Thomas at a political rally in Michigan, calling her a “great woman” and the wife of a “great man.”
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John BowdenOct 2, 2022 00:53
Trump plays video attacking NY AG Letitia James
At a Saturday night rally, the former president played a video attacking the credibility of New York Attorney General Letitia James’ civil lawsuit against him, his family and company.
His video was posted after critics attacked Ms. James as “racist” and described her as “one of the worst AGs” in the country.
John BowdenOctober 2, 2022 00:49
Donald Trump’s first comments on the hurricane
The former president’s comments on Saturday’s Hurricane Ian were his first since the hurricane made landfall in his new home state.
The devastation of Fort Myers and other Florida cities has been evident for days, but so far nothing has been pulled from Trump’s West Palm Beach complex in Mar-a-Lago.
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Former President Donald Trump has held a political rally in Michigan after breaking a week of silence over Hurricane Ian, a Category 5 storm that devastated his home state of Florida.
John BowdenOct 2, 2022 00:38
marjorie taylor green screams out loud
The first significant shout-out of Donald Trump’s night went to Georgia’s far-right legislator and rising Maga-right Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Speaking to rally attendees about Green’s Jan. 6 visit to the defendant at a Washington, D.C. jail, Trump said the riot suspect was “dirty” and treated horribly.
Calling the accused mob “political prisoners,” he said: [to see them] It was Marjorie Taylor Green. She went there, she went there. ”
John BowdenOct 2, 2022 00:33
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-rally-today-fbi-jan-6-jared-kushner-b2190826.html Donald Trump’s News Today: Ginny Thomas Thanked Him for Supporting Election Lies as Trump Breaks Silence with Hurricane