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Trump says his $355m fraud penalty is ‘a form of Navalny’

Donald Trump on Thursday requested a federal court docket to drop felony prices towards him which allege he unlawfully saved delicate nationwide safety paperwork after his presidency ended.

Mr Trump, asserting that the authorized motion towards him was flawed, entered a plea of not responsible, court docket filings present. This comes days after Mr Trump, his grownup sons and their chief associates within the Trump Organization’s sprawling real-estate empire have been ordered to pay greater than $364m after a months-long case focusing on fraud within the household enterprise.

Mr Trump may see his property seized and even lose his buildings in New York if he can not pay the $355m nice in his civil fraud case, state lawyer basic Letitia James has warned.

“If he does not have funds to pay off the judgement, then we will seek judgement enforcement mechanisms in court, and we will ask the judge to seize his assets,” Ms James mentioned in an interview with ABC News.

“We are prepared to make sure that the judgement is paid to New Yorkers, and yes, I look at 40 Wall Street each and every day.”


Trump mocked for evaluating himself to Alexei Navalny

Lydic attacked Mr Trump for “making it about himself” after the one-term president posted an essay on Truth Social titled ‘Biden:Trump::Putin:Navalny.”

The post included a line which read, “Alexei Navalny’s premature demise shines a light-weight on the Left’s lawfare on Trump.”

However, Lydic thought that to check Navalny with Trump was “unacceptable.”

Amelia Neath has the story:

Oliver O’Connell23 February 2024 05:30


Trump asks court docket to dismiss prices accusing him of mishandling labeled paperwork

He faces a 40-count indictment in a federal court docket, charged with the unlawful possession of labeled paperwork at his Florida property post-2021 and impeding efforts by the US authorities to reclaim them.

US particular counsel Jack Smith’s crew charged Mr Trump with storing paperwork at his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida, which contained delicate particulars concerning the US nuclear programme and potential nationwide safety weaknesses.

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Maroosha Muzaffar23 February 2024 04:19


New ballot has Trump forward of Biden on age and psychological and bodily health

Gustaf Kilander has the main points:

Oliver O’Connell23 February 2024 03:30


After refusing to go up towards Republican rivals, Trump challenges Biden to debate him

Despite refusing to point out up for any of the Republican main debates – or for the presidential debates in 2020 – Donald Trump is now difficult PresidentJoe Biden to debate him this time round.

Speaking at a city corridor on Fox News Tuesday night time, the previous president and Republican frontrunner mentioned there was “an obligation” for the pair to go head-to-head within the lead-up to the election in November.

“Frankly, I think we have an obligation. When you have the final Republican, the final Democrat, you have the two people, you have to debate regardless of polls,” Mr Trump instructed Laura Ingraham in South Carolina.

Mr Trump mentioned he wish to have as many debates as obligatory, including: “I would like to do it starting now”.

Oliver O’Connell23 February 2024 02:00


Biden ‘bombshells’ all lead again to Trump… and Russia

Andrew Feinberg experiences that it has develop into more and more obvious that the sources of no matter ‘dirt’ Republicans declare to have on President Joe Biden and his household can all be traced again to at least one man…

Oliver O’Connell23 February 2024 01:00


Critics warn Biden’s alleged anti-asylum plan revives failed Trump-era coverage and violates worldwide regulation

President Joe Biden’s reported plan to limit the precise to assert asylum on the US-Mexico border has alarmed members of Congress and civil and humanitarian rights teams who concern the administration may very well be in breach of worldwide regulation.

Such a proposal, which might bypass Congress, would mirror an unlawful Trump-era measure {that a} federal decide had beforehand rejected as an illegal try and “rewrite” the nation’s immigration legal guidelines to “impose a condition that Congress has expressly forbidden.”

Oliver O’Connell23 February 2024 00:00


Fani Willis’ testimony evokes long-standing frustrations for Black girls leaders

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is used to prosecuting high-profile, difficult circumstances. But as she parried questions on her personal private conduct from the witness stand towards the authorized groups for defendants her workplace has accused of election interference, many Black girls acknowledged a dispiriting scene.

“It absolutely feels familiar. There is no secret that the common sentiment among Black women in positions of power (is that they) must over-perform to be seen as equals to their counterparts,” mentioned Jessica T. Ornsby, a household litigation lawyer within the Washington, D.C., space.

“Here, Ms. Willis is being scrutinized for things that are not directly related to her job performance, in ways we see other Black women regularly picked apart,” Ornsby mentioned.


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Oliver O’Connell22 February 2024 22:30


Where’s Melania? (half 74)

Mike Bedigan has the story:

Oliver O’Connell22 February 2024 22:00


Senator mocks Trump over crime gaffe

Democratic Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut used a gaffe by Donald Trump in his Fox News city corridor to underline that crime has been falling since Joe Biden grew to become president.

The former president mentioned in response to a query on crime: “We’re going to take over Washington DC. We’re going to have very powerful crime.”

Senator Murphy posted on X: “It’s true. Crime will go up under Trump. “

He continued: “Under Biden violent crime rates have been plummeting. In the last year – since Biden helped passed [sic] the 2022 gun law – urban homicides dropped 12%, the largest one year drop in American history.”

Oliver O’Connell22 February 2024 21:45