‘Get ready’: Trump says he will ‘very likely’ run for president again in 2024
After Donald Trump told a crowd at a rally in Sioux City, Iowa last night, that he is more likely than ever to run for president in 2024, multiple outlets are reporting that his aides have a Coming up on November 14 as the date to announce the new campaign.
“To make our country successful and safe and great, I would very, very, very probably do it again,” Mr Trump told the rally crowd last night. “Get ready, I’m telling you that much – very soon. Get ready.”
No final decision has apparently been made on the timing of the announcement, but Mr. Trump has been deeply regretting it for more than a year.
Also, CNN reports that as a Trump 2024 run looks likely, Justice Department officials have discussed the possible need for a special counsel to investigate the Jan. 6 and Mar-a-Lago documents. . A flurry of activity is expected after the midterms.
Meanwhile, a judge in New York Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud case against the Trump Organization and the Trump family has ruled that an independent monitor will oversee the company, limiting its ability to do business. will go
On January 6, rioters questioned cameramen about Jeffrey Epstein as he left the courthouse.
A rioter who smashed a window of the U.S. Capitol during a riot on January 6, 2021, poses as late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is led from court.
Faulkner said in court that he supported former President Donald Trump because he believed he was “combating human trafficking” — an apparent reference to the QAnon conspiracy theory — and that he supported the annual disappearances. Pointed to the exaggerated statistics of the number of children.
During the rampage, Faulkner wore a jacket bearing the name of his painting business, along with his phone number.
Chief US District Judge Beryl Howell noted that Faulkner had burned the jacket, and questioned whether he had stopped believing Mr Trump’s lie that the 2020 election was rigged, which Faulkner had been suggested by counsel in the sentencing memo.
Gustaf Kalender4 November 2022 18:00
Chinese School Green on Ukraine
“Under the Republicans, not a dime will go to Ukraine,” Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green said at a rally in Georgia this week. In response, Liz Chaney slammed the Georgia lawmaker’s promise.
“This is exactly what Putin wants,” Ms. Cheney tweeted Thursday night, along with a clip of Ms. Green on an Iowa stage. “If we had had Republicans like that in the 1980s, we would have lost the Cold War.”
What followed was a back-and-forth that deserves to be read in itself. Johanna Chisholm writes:
Andrew NottyNovember 4, 2022 17:15
Ex-Trump adviser acquitted in foreign agent case
Thomas Barrick, a one-time Trump adviser, has been acquitted in a New York court of charges that he hid from federal investigators that he worked as a foreign agent for the United Arab Emirates.
Andrew NottyNovember 4, 2022 16:45
Trump slams New York judge’s ruling
Donald Trump has spent the past 24 hours being, as he puts it on Twitter, “a normal one” — because of the latest setback in the lawsuit brought against him by New York Attorney General Leticia James. Here is a sample of his latest ravings.
Andrew NottyNovember 4, 2022 16:20
Trump opened the final midterm rally blitz in Iowa with a growing list of familiar grievances
Donald Trump took the stage in Sioux City, Iowa, around 8:30 a.m. ET on Thursday and almost immediately began disparaging the country he led two years ago, and the Hawkeye state as a rogue’s gallery. House Speaker Nancy was also involved, called “under siege.” Pelosi, Senator Chuck Schumer, and President Joe Biden.
He combined canned lines about inflation and the cost of Americans’ Thanksgiving dinners with racial attacks on the New York State Attorney General, who was currently seeking millions of dollars in recoveries against him, his family and his eponymous real estate company. suing for whose office he was accused of defrauding. Financial Institutions of New York.
Read on Andrew FeinbergFull report:
Andrew NottyNovember 4, 2022 15:50
The sworn leaders wept in court
Stuart Rhodes, the head of the Oathkeepers who is facing charges of conspiracy over the January 6 coup, has taken the stand at his trial – and questions from his defense team have reduced him to tears:
Alex Woodward Rhodes is more on appearance.
Andrew NottyNovember 4, 2022 15:20
Trump’s rumored announcement got people talking…
The announcement will be followed by several days of events. Axios reported..
Allies are now clearing their schedules and getting ready to travel during the week after the November 8 midterms. But as Atlanta Journal Constitution reporter Greg Bluestein tweeted, the announcement “could be right in the middle of a potential Senate runoff here in Georgia” — which, like the 2020 round, could decide it. Which party controls the Senate? .
Gustaf Kalender Collects reactions.
Andrew NottyNovember 4, 2022 14:50
Is Trump’s announcement true?
CNN reports and Axis Donald Trump’s Nov. 14 presidential bid announcement may have quickly taken over the news cycle, but he’s hardly the first news to report an imminent announcement — nor He is the first to offer a specific date, as Politico’s Sam Stein points out:
Andrew NottyNovember 4, 2022 14:21
Trump Furious Over New York Judge’s “Property Seizure”
Donald Trump is increasingly incensed by New York Attorney General Letitia James’s fraud lawsuit against him and his company, and his anger this week has been fueled by his failure to regain the initiative – A judge recently appointed an independent monitor to oversee the Trump Organization. Prevention of transfer of assets without notice.
At his rally in Iowa last night, the former president made his feelings about the decision abundantly clear.
Andrew Notty4 November 2022 14:00
Trump complains of “terrible children”.
During a speech at a rally to show support for Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and US Senator Chuck Grassley, Mr Trump instead began to boast about his own record, pointing to state tax changes that The amount paid by the rich to transfer money to their children decreased.
At this point, the father-of-five suddenly backtracked, talking about inheritances and whether people should leave their wealth to “terrible children”.
Andrew NottyNovember 4, 2022 13:30