Eric Trump claims Putin can tell Donald Trump is ‘a very powerful man’
Donald Trump has sued Hillary Clinton and other Democrats, claiming they tried to rigged the 2016 election by tying the former president’s campaign to Russia.
The move isn’t the only legal piece of news today as the House elected committee Jan. 6 will meet to consider a criminal insult referral to Donald Trump allies Dan Scavino and Pete Navarro.
Meanwhile, Trump has withdrawn his support from Alabama congressman and Senate candidate Mo Brooks, citing his longtime ally’s “terrible mistake” by suggesting that Republicans need to move on from claims that the 2020 election was stolen.
Trump accused the congressman of “waking up” in a lengthy statement. In response, Brooks revealed that from September 2021 onwards, Trump repeatedly asked him to cancel the 2020 election, immediately remove Joe Biden from the White House, re-install him as president, and call new special elections for the presidency — all of which Alabama lawmakers say he knows. legally impossible.
Jeff Fortenberry: Republican congressman found guilty of lying to the FBI about illegal foreign donations
US Representative Jeff Fortenberry has been found guilty of lying to federal investigators about the 2016 illegal contributions to his election campaign from a foreign national.
Nebraska Republicans were convicted on Thursday of one count of fabricating and concealing material facts and two counts of making false statements.
Fortenberry has not disclosed the identity of the contributor — Nigerian billionaire Gilbert Chagoury — in its campaign filing.
Independent Maroosha Muzaffar has the details
Shweta SharmaMarch 25, 2022 05:38
Trump sues Hillary Clinton over claims she tried to rigged the 2016 election
“Acting collectively, the Defendants maliciously conspired to fabricate the false narrative that their Republican opponent, Donald J Trump, colluded with a hostile foreign sovereign,” Trump claims in the lawsuit filed in Florida federal court.
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 25, 2022 04:45
Biden says he will be ‘lucky’ to face Trump in 2024
Ignoring the challenges posed by a potential rematch with Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election, Joe Biden said he would be “very lucky” to run against the former president.
“I’m not criticizing anyone for asking that question. But the next election – I would be very lucky if I had the same people against me,” Biden told reporters while attending the NATO and G7 summit in Brussels, referring to Trump.
This came as a recent poll by Wall Street Journal revealed that a majority of registered voters said they did not believe Biden would run for a second term. The poll found less than 1 in 3 respondents expected him to run again.
But Biden said he was focused on the upcoming midterm elections.
“So, we are still far away in the election, a long way away. My focus from every election is to make sure that we defend the United States House and Senate so that I have room to continue to do the things I’ve been doing, in terms of growing the economy and dealing in a rational way with American foreign policy and being a leader of the free world, said Biden.
The president will turn 81 on Election Day in 2024, and has seen his approval rating drop to a new record low amid speculation that he will not be running for a second term.
Shweta SharmaMarch 25, 2022 04:41
The January 6 panel has text from the chief justice’s wife asking to cancel the vote – report
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riots at the US Capitol reportedly had a series of text messages from the wife of conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, urging Donald Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows to take steps to annul the election. .
Message by Virginia Thomas urges Mr Meadows to “make a plan” and “release the Kraken and save us from the left of bringing down America”, reports CNN and CBS.
“Help this Great President stand firm Mark!!!…The majority know Biden and the Left are attempting the biggest Robbery in our History,” the message reportedly said.
These messages were sent in the weeks following the November 3 presidential election and were allegedly aimed at defending Donald Trump’s presidency.
“It looks like Sidney and his team are being inundated with evidence of fraud. Make a plan. Release the Kraken and save us from the left by bringing down America,” Thomas said in one of 29 messages shared between the two, according to Post.
He also referred to Sidney Powell, who represented Trump in his campaign to overturn the election results.
Shweta SharmaMarch 25, 2022 04:15
Trump ‘guilty of multiple felony offenses’ says former prosecutor
A prosecutor who had led the criminal investigation into Donald Trump before quitting last month said in his resignation letter that he believed the former president was “guilty of many felony offenses” and he disagreed with the Manhattan district attorney’s decision not to file charges.
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 25, 2022 04:01
Committee January 6: Trump allies Scavino and Navarro could be referred for criminal contempt
The committee, which is investigating the attack on the US Capitol by Trump supporters to prevent the certification of Joe Biden’s election victory, announced that they would meet Monday, March 28.
Graeme Massie has the latest.
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 25, 2022 03:35
Alex Jones risks arrest by skipping court-ordered Sandy Hook deposition
Alex Jones may now face arrest for contempt of court after he failed to appear for his deposition for a second straight day in a lawsuit over his false claim that the Sandy Hook massacre was a “giant hoax”.
A court document filed Thursday by a lawyer for the families of victims of the 2012 mass shooting said Jones violated a court order by not appearing to testify under oath that morning.
The far-right conspiracy theorist has refused to attend the first day of his deposition on Wednesday, admitting he was too sick to leave his home – despite traveling to his studio to broadcast his live show on several occasions this week.
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 25, 2022 03:00
Tucker Carlson ridiculed for rant about ‘censorship’ after Twitter deleted comments
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 25, 2022 02:15
Lawsuit claims Trump supporters make door-to-door armed visits to ‘intimidate’ voters
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Oliver O’ConnellMarch 25, 2022 01:30
Mo Brooks hit back at Trump after he withdrew his support, mocking former president’s ‘Big Lie’
US Representative Mo Brooks claims Donald Trump directed him to overturn the 2020 election and appoint himself president.
Mr Brooks comment comes after Mr Trump withdrew his support for the Senate election to congressmen.
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Oliver O’ConnellMarch 25, 2022 00:45
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