Category: Donald Trump

Trump, Meadows, and Giuliani Identified as Unindicted Co-conspirators in Michigan ‘Fake Electors’ Case

While the New York hush money trial involving the twice-impeached and four-times indicted former President Donald Trump took its weekly Wednesday hiatus, Trump, along with his former chief of staff Mark Meadows and attorney Rudy Giuliani, faced new legal challenges. They were named as unindicted co-conspirators in the Michigan attorney general’s case against the state’s “fake electors” from the 2020 election, where Trump and his allies allegedly tried to overturn the results of his loss to Joe Biden.

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Trump Doubles Down on Racist Remarks, Advocates for White Immigration Only

Former President Donald Trump has reignited controversy with inflammatory remarks suggesting a preference for immigrants from predominantly white nations while denigrating those from Latin America, and primarily Black nations. At a private event, Trump reportedly joked about welcoming immigrants from “nice” countries like Denmark, Switzerland, and Norway, again demonstrating his racial bias in immigration policy.

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38 Months Since the January 6 Attack on the Capitol and DOJ Investigations and Legal Actions Continue

March 6, 2024, marked 38 months since the tumultuous attack on the U.S. Capitol, and even as the primary instigator of the events of January 6, 2021, former President Donald Trump moves to clinch the GOP presidential nomination, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said it remains committed to holding those responsible accountable.

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Trump Repeatedly Says ‘The Blacks’ in Shameless Exploitation of Legal Woes to Woo African American Voters

In a brazen display of political manipulation, former President Donald Trump took to the stage at the Black Conservative Federation Gala in South Carolina, using racially charged rhetoric and shamelessly attempting to forge a connection between his multiple criminal indictments and the historical struggles of Black Americans.

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Trump and Associates Ordered to Pay $354 Million in Damages in Fraud Trial

When she assumed the role of New York Attorney General, Letitia James made little bones about her desire to take down Donald Trump for what she said was the massive business fraud his organization had committed in the Empire State.  She also took aim at his politics, filing numerous lawsuits related to immigration and environmental policies during Trump’s White House tenure. James also inherited an ongoing state lawsuit against Trump’s charitable foundation, initiated before her term, successfully steering it towards a settlement that included a substantial $2 million fine.

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Report Suggests White House Medical Unit Handed out Prescription Drugs Like Candy During Trump Administration

According to a report issued by the Department of Defense, drugs were just as prevalent in the White House under former President Donald Trump as they are in a pharmacy. Reportedly, investigators found “an obscene lack of control over the handling of controlled medications” while the twice-impeached and four-times indicted Trump roamed the Oval Office.

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Federal Jury Orders Donald Trump to Pay $83.3 Million in E. Jean Carroll Case

A federal jury in New York has slammed the twice-impeached and four-times criminally indicted former President Donald Trump with a massive sexual assault and defamation judgment. The panel ruled on January 25 that Trump, whom a judge declared guilty of rape, must pay $83.3 million to E. Jean Carroll, the prominent writer who accused him of sexual assault. The hefty judgment comes on the heels of a previous $5 million sexual abuse and defamation verdict issued against Trump last year.

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The Unchecked Path: Trump’s Victory in Iowa Sparks Concerns Over Accountability

A good parent usually chastises and punishes their child when they’ve egregiously misbehaved. Jaywalkers get tickets, and murderers have received the death penalty. Generally, no one goes unpunished for breaking the law. Not in the United States. Not unless you are of a particular social and financial status, and the crime, for the most part, isn’t much more than white collar.

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Democrats Outline in Letter Why Justice Thomas Needs to Recuse Himself from Trump Cases

House Democrats are pleading with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to recuse himself from the case involving former President Donald Trump’s eligibility to participate in the Colorado Republican primary. Rep. Hank Johnson of Georgia is leading the request. The call comes in response to the twice-impeached and now four-times indicted former president’s appeal to the Supreme Court after a Colorado court ruling last month disqualified him from the ballot due to his actions leading up to the January 6 attack on the Capitol.

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Three Years After January 6th Attack on Capitol: Investigations and Prosecutions Mount

The United States Attorney’s Office is marking the third anniversary of the unprecedented attack on the U.S. Capitol, which shook the nation and much of the world when supporters of the twice-impeached and now four-times indicted former President Donald Trump stormed the building and disrupted a joint session of Congress where members were attempting to affirm the results of the 2020 presidential election.

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