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Trump’s secret donation to the Arizona Election Review was revealed while on the campaign trail

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Trump is preparing to return to social media as the Meta ban is lifted

Donald Trump has reportedly secretly donated $1 million to conduct a partisan “audit” of Arizona’s election results as part of his effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

Regarding guardianIt was Mr. Trump who funded a massively distorted review of the election results that the president hoped would support his unsubstantiated claims that the election was “stolen” from him and tip the outcome in his favour.

The revelations come as it also emerged that Trump’s attorney John Eastman faces disciplinary charges and a possible disqualification in California for his involvement in the former president’s efforts to invalidate the 2020 election.

This weekend, Trump is expected to start his 2024 presidential campaign this weekend with back-to-back appearances in New Hampshire and South Carolina on Saturday.

This comes at the end of a week in which parent company Meta announced that it would restore its Facebook and Instagram accounts in the “coming weeks.”


Republican Congresswoman Nancy Mays says there is a difference between the Trump and Biden documents

Republican Representative Nancy Mays of South Carolina pointed to the difference between the investigation of documents found at sites linked to President Joe Biden and documents found at former President Donald Trump’s home.

“It’s hard to say which are apples, apples, apples or oranges because we don’t really know what the classified documents are,” Mays said. The IndependentAdding that it’s hard to tell how bad it was or if it was a “nothing burger”.

“So unless you had that permission and ability to see what was in those boxes, it’s really hard to say this is the first thing and this is the first thing,” she said.

Alex WoodwardJan. 27, 2023, 7:05 p.m


Soon: The Capitol rioters who assaulted Officer Brian Sicknick must be judged

Two men who have pleaded guilty to their roles in the attack on the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., will be sentenced on Friday.

George Tanios pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors, and Julien Khater pleaded guilty to assaulting officers, including Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who died the day after the attack.

Sicknick’s partner sued Trump for inciting a riot where he was attacked and family members refused to shake hands with congressional Republicans during the Congressional Medal of Honor ceremony.

Alex WoodwardJan 27, 2023 6:17 PM


Donald Trump Jr. has been mocked for falling in love with a parody of the Twitter account that called for Aretha Franklin to be banned

The fils aîné de l’ancien present a été moqué apres avoir apparemment été victime d’un compte Twitter satirique qui appelait à l’interdiction de la “femme naturelle” d’Aretha Franklin, a fausse affirmation that a consommé les media droite pendant days.

Alex WoodwardJanuary 27, 2023, 6:00 p.m


JUST IN: Bodycam footage of Paul Pelosi shows the moment an intruder hits an 82-year-old man with a hammer

A California court has released a police video showing a brutal sledgehammer attack on Paul Pelosi.

The broadcast of the video clip and 911 call made by Nancy Pelosi’s husband during the Oct. 28 home invasion has been approved by the San Francisco Superior Court after several media filings.

Alex WoodwardJan 27, 2023 5:30 PM


Peter Navarro’s contempt-of-congressional trial has been postponed. repeatedly

A federal judge has delayed the congressional contempt trial of Donald Trump’s former adviser Peter Navarro, likely by several months, as the court determines how executive privilege could affect the case as it unfolds before a jury.

US District Judge Amit Mehta has questioned federal prosecutors about previous rulings that aides to the president may be immune from congressional subpoenas, according to CNN.

The trial was scheduled to start on Monday.

Navarro was held in contempt for refusing to cooperate with the House Select Committee investigation of the attack on the Capitol.

Mr. Navarro has yet to present any evidence that the former president claimed executive privilege when he was subpoenaed for documents and testimony by the committee.

Alex WoodwardJanuary 27, 2023, 5:00 p.m


Trump says his Trump Organization cannot be sued because it does not exist

In a lengthy response to a $250 lawsuit from the New York attorney general alleging widespread fraud at his business empire, lawyers for Donald Trump and his three eldest sons have argued that the “Trump Organization” at the center of his massive case against them could not have been done. Sue it because it doesn’t exist legally.

The filing argues that the ‘Trump Organization’ is only used by the defendants for ‘trademark and commercial purposes’ and that ‘no entity exists as such for legal purposes’, an argument repeated dozens of times in the 300-page document.

Alex WoodwardJan 27, 2023 4:30 PM


Charges against Ashley Babbitt’s mother were dropped after an outcry on January 6

Washington, D.C. prosecutors have dropped charges against Ashley Babbitt’s mother after she was arrested for obstructing traffic near the US Capitol on the second anniversary of the shooting of her daughter by a Capitol police officer.

Mickey Wittoft was released the same day he was arrested. On Thursday, prosecutors said they declined to pursue the case.

Babbitt was shot by a Capitol Police officer when she tried to force open the House chamber doors inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, as she joined a mob that stormed the building as Congress met to certify the results of the 2020 election.

Federal prosecutors closed their murder investigation without charging the officer, and an internal Capitol investigation found that the officer’s use of force was reasonable. But Babbitt’s killing has angered Trump’s supporters and defenders on the far right, who have called it martyrdom while calling for criminal charges for the officer who fired the fatal shot.

Alex WoodwardJanuary 27, 2023, 4:00 p.m


Arizona Republican lawmakers protect themselves from the Public Records Act

Arizona Republican lawmakers — at the center of anti-Democratic efforts to subvert the results of the 2020 presidential election and reverse Joe Biden’s victory — have passed new rules to exempt themselves from public records laws and to authorize the deletion of all emails sent by lawmakers and their staff afterward. 90 days.

The National Association’s rules also allow members and their staff to remove all texts, calendars, and “communications on Internet platforms” immediately.

The moves by the Republican-controlled state legislature come after the media obtained correspondence regarding a GOP ‘audit’ of the 2020 results and emails from the wife of Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas urging lawmakers to decline to defeat Trump.

Alex WoodwardJan 27, 2023 3:30 PM


Trump calls John Bolton “one of the dumbest people in government,” a “moron,” and a “warmonger.”

The former president called his former national security adviser John Bolton “one of the dumbest people in government,” an “all-out war” and “unleashed” in a heartbreaking post on his Truth Social account.

“It was one of those very stupid votes that got us into the quicksand of the Middle East,” said Trump, who has said he would consider running in the 2024 presidential race.

“Seven trillion dollars and millions of deaths later, nothing!” he wrote.

Trump added, “The good news is, I win a lot with this asshole by my side.” When I brought him into a room with hostile foreign leaders, they thought I was going to war, and they admitted it to everyone! »

Alex WoodwardJan 27, 2023 3:02 PM


Trump will step back from campaign events this weekend

This weekend, the former president is set to launch his 2024 presidential campaign this weekend with back-to-back appearances in New Hampshire and South Carolina on Saturday.

First, he will speak at the New Hampshire Republican Party annual meeting in Salem before heading to South Carolina.

This comes at the end of a week in which parent company Meta announced that it would restore its Facebook and Instagram accounts in the “coming weeks.”

Rachel SharpJan 27, 2023 2:30 PM

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