Trump news today: Donald Trump fills memorial speech for vlogger Diamond with his favorite rally grievances


Trump says no documents found in Mar-a-Lago, just empty ‘legal’ folders marked classified as classified

Donald Trump dropped a $250 million lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James after receiving a warning from a federal judge.

The same judge fined Donald Trump and his attorney nearly $1 million for suing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over allegations that she and others rigged the 2016 presidential election.

“This case should never have been brought,” Judge Donald M Middlebrooks of the Southern District of Florida wrote in his order. “Its unsuitability as a legal claim was evident from the outset.”

Judge Middlebrooks said the sanctions were justified because the former president exhibited a “pattern” of misusing the courts for his political agenda. “Intended for a political purpose, none of the charges in the Amended Complaint stated a known legal claim,” he wrote.

Trump and his attorney Alina Habba are now liable for $937,989 in sanctions.

Meanwhile, the former president reacted angrily to the Supreme Court’s failure to identify the source of the roe x wade leak of decision that sparked outrage last year.

He shockingly called for the arrest of the political reporter, editor, and editor who broke the story in an effort to force them to identify the source of the leak.


Trump complains about the length of his supporter’s funeral – from the podium

Donald Trump was in Fayetteville, North Carolina this weekend for the funeral of Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway, better known as “Diamond” of Diamond and Silk. The two were his main supporters during the 2016 and 2020 elections.

Trump was invited onstage to deliver remarks during the event — and surprisingly, he chose to complain about the length of the funeral he was seated for.

john bowdenJanuary 22, 2023 4:30 pm


Lawsuits, Jail Threats and ‘Enemy of the People’: Donald Trump’s Never-ending War on the Media

After paving his way to celebrity with a media image of enormous wealth and success, Donald Trump has spent years lashing out at critical coverage, falsely accusing reporters of lying and publicly suggesting that they should be arrested for imaginary crimes.

The former president’s rhetoric has alarmed civil rights groups and press freedom advocates, warning that his potentially frightening comments pose a threat to constitutionally protected speech.

During the four years of his presidency, he called journalists and media outlets “fake news” some 2,000 times, averaging more than one daily attack against the press and continuing a long legacy of attempts to undermine his critics, which continued well into his tenure. the White House.

Alex Woodward takes a look at the former president’s long and contentious relationship with the media as he prepares to fight them again in 2024:

john bowdenJanuary 22, 2023 4:00 pm


Trump reacts to Monterey Park shooting by complaining about treatment of January 6 defendants

“10 killed in California shooting, horrific weapon wielding ANTIFA protest against our great police in Atlanta – nothing will happen to them despite night of rage and destruction,” the former president posted on Truth Social. “However, our January 6th protesters, because of a rigged election, had their lives ruined despite no one being killed except true patriot Ashli ​​B. This situation will be fully corrected after the 2024 election. Thank you!”

The gunman – who police described as just a man – is still at large after opening fire in a ballroom.

john bowdenJanuary 22, 2023 3:27 pm


Trump releases new poll showing overwhelming support for the Republican Party

Donald Trump is still getting strong support from Republicans – and he’s not quiet about it.

On Truth Social on Saturday, the former president shared news about a new poll that showed him well ahead of his 2024 rivals.

The Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey released for the hill shows Trump at the top of a theoretical eight-candidate primary, with 48% of voters indicating they would choose him.

That’s far ahead of the 28% who favor Trump’s main rival, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Far behind in third place on 7 percent was former Vice President Mike Pence, followed by former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley and Florida Senator Marco Rubio tied at just 3 percent.

Megan SheetsJanuary 22, 2023 2:00 pm


The Trump v Clinton Process: A Brief History

Donald Trump and one of his lawyers were fined nearly $1 million by a Florida federal judge for what he called a “frivolous” lawsuit brought against former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and 30 other defendants.

Trump alleged that his opponents tried to rig the 2016 US presidential election to try to stop him from winning.

Joe Sommerlad take a look at how it worked:

Megan SheetsJanuary 22, 2023 12:00


Voices: Trump thinks Politico journalists should be arrested. This must be a turning point

This pressure to jail journalists for doing their jobs — their constitutionally protected jobs — echoes a speech Trump gave last November, during which he reflected on the same reporter being sexually assaulted in prison: “The reporter goes to jail. When the reporter hears that he is going to marry a certain prisoner who is extremely strong, tough and mean, he will say, ‘You know, I think I’ll pass the information on to you’”.

This is no mere chit-chat. According New York TimesWhile president, Trump told FBI Director James Comey to “consider putting reporters in jail” during an Oval Office meeting. More recently, Rolling Stone reported that Trump gathered advisers to discuss ways to circumvent the First Amendment in order to emulate authoritarian leaders’ crackdown on journalists.

Megan SheetsJanuary 22, 2023 10:00 am


George Santos celebrated his engagement to a man while he was married to a woman

The world of politics continues to be rocked by new revelations about Republican Congressman George Santos – with a new report claiming he invited friends over to celebrate his engagement to a man, that he was still married to a woman.

“Good night everyone! As you may already know, Pedro and I decided to get our toothbrushes together! Lol and a few friends were selected to share this special moment with us”, Santos wrote in the invitation.

Mr. Santos and his wife would not divorce until five years later.

The Daily Beast learned of the invitation from Mr. Santos, Greg Morey-Parker. Pedro Vilarva, the man mentioned in the invitation, also confirmed that Santos planned the celebration.

the independents Graig Graziosi has more:

Megan SheetsJanuary 22, 2023 06:00


RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel Says Being Able To Run With Trump Is Why She Should Keep Her Job, Report Says

Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee, is reportedly arguing that she should remain in her current role as she is best able to convince Donald Trump not to run as a third-party nominee in 2024 should he not be nominated by the party.

Report published on Thursday in The Washington Postsays McDaniel is trying to thwart challenges to his leadership in the RNC, stoking fears that a third-party Trump run will split the GOP base.

McDaniel faced criticism from RNC members for presiding over the disappointing results of the 2022 midterm elections, which saw the party narrowly win the House of Representatives and lose a Senate seat. Many predicted a red wave sweeping the country two years into Biden’s presidency and bringing the Republican Party to full control of Congress.

With some party insiders blaming Trump for the poor election performance, many also seem to believe McDaniel is too attached to him to continue leading the party and that it is time to move on.

Steve Bannon asked Mrs. McDaniel on criticism of her leadership on his show. Accusing her main opponent Harmeet Dhillon of lying about her, Mr. Bannon asks her to be specific:

Megan SheetsJanuary 22, 2023 04:00


Biden’s top aide leaving the White House

Donald Trump’s tenure as president has been marked by personnel turmoil – and it looks like his successor is about to get a taste of that.

White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain, who spent more than two years as President Joe Biden’s top adviser, is preparing to step down in the coming weeks, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Klain’s expected departure comes shortly after the White House and Democrats gave a better-than-expected showing in the November election, buoyed by a series of major legislative accomplishments, including a bipartisan infrastructure bill and an overarching climate, medical assistance and tax package. which all Republicans rejected.

His term as chief of staff is the longest for a Democratic president in modern times.

The person familiar with Klain’s plans was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity to confirm the development, which was first reported by the New York Times.

The White House did not return phone calls or emails seeking comment on Klain’s expected departure.

Megan SheetsJanuary 22, 2023 02:00


Clinton supporters slam Trump over ‘frivolous’ court fine

Read more from the independents Gustaf Kilander:

Megan SheetsJanuary 22, 2023 00:00

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