Trump News – Live: Ex-president strikes deal to delay filing as Jan. 6 commission discovers ‘criminal plot’

Trump praises Putin and denigrates US leaders at CPAC

Lawyers for former President Donald Trump and the New York attorney general have reached an agreement to delay affidavits in the civil investigation, allowing Trump to obtain testimony at least a few months before he is to testify as part of an investigation into his work.

Meanwhile, the court file from Congress on January 6, the US Capitol to investigate the riots alleging that Mr. trump A lawyer who helped campaign for his re-election was part of “criminal conspiracyto cancel the 2020 elections.

Representatives Benny Thompson and Liz Cheney, who chairs the investigation committee, said Jan. 6, in a statement.

Among the documents released is a photo of Mr Trump’s special schedule for the day, which includes various names written in pencil. Among them is Kelly Loeffler, the senator from Georgia who lost her seat the night before the riots.

On Thursday, Trump unleashed a 415-word speech against the committee, repeating his allegations of a “rigged” election.

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Trump claims the media is lying about his frequent public praise of Putin

previous president Donald Trump He criticized the press and many of the party still is de facto For covering and criticizing his decision to praise the Russian dictator Russian President Vladimir PutinInvade Ukraine.

Stuti MishraMarch 4, 2022 08:00

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Trump strikes deal to delay filing

Lawyers for former President Donald Trump and the New York attorney general have reached an agreement to delay affidavits in the civil investigation, allowing Trump to obtain testimony at least a few months before he is to testify as part of an investigation into his work.

The agreement between the two sides agrees to a filing delay and an expedited briefing schedule, with court papers to be submitted by March 31.

The Trumps will be asked to sit for affidavits, if they lose their appeal, 14 days after the decision.

It comes after Trump’s appeal against a New York judge’s order that tasked Trump and his two eldest children, Donald Jr and Ivanka, to appear in court as part of and inflated allegations of wrongful business practices by Trump organisations. the value of its assets.

(AFP)

Stuti MishraMarch 4, 2022 07:37

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Why do Republican governors who rejected Trump refuse to run for the Senate?

Arizona‘s Doug Ducey On Thursday, he joined a growing list of Republican conservatives who have rejected the leadership of their party in Senate Bids for the upper chamber were excluded this year, writes John Bowden.

Mr. Dossey announced he would not seek a Senate seat in a letter to some of his campaign donors obtained Thursday by several news outlets.

Stuti MishraMarch 4, 2022 06:53

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Why do Republican governors who rejected Trump refuse to run for the Senate?

Arizona‘s Doug Ducey On Thursday, he joined a growing list of Republican conservatives who have rejected the leadership of their party in Senate Bids for the upper chamber were excluded this year, writes John Bowden.

Mr. Dossey announced he would not seek a Senate seat in a letter to some of his campaign donors obtained Thursday by several news outlets.

Stuti MishraMarch 4, 2022 06:53

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The takeaway as the January 6 commission looks at Trump’s ‘criminal plot’

The House committee investigating the January 6 rebellion in the Capitol reviewed some of its findings in a federal court filing, and investigators said for the first time they had enough evidence to suggest the then-president Donald Trump crimes committed.

This does not necessarily mean that Mr. trump He will be charged, or even the Department of Justice will investigate. But the legal document offers an early look at some of the commission’s potential conclusions, which are expected to be presented in the coming months.

Here are the takeaways from the 221-page filing:

Stuti MishraMarch 4, 2022 06:20

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Trump’s ex-aide failed an on-air test about the congressional district in which she’s running

Former State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus appeared on local radio in Nashville Earlier this week to participate in Test For local congressional candidates to showcase their knowledge of the area.

The problem was, Ortagus didn’t seem to have anything.

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Stuti MishraMarch 4, 2022 05:54

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Trump is very angry after hearing allegations of election fraud were ‘bulls ***’

“I told him all these things were bulls*** about election fraud. And, you know, it was a mistake to scrape him the way his team was,” said Mr. Barr. NBC News.

Stuti MishraMarch 4, 2022 05:30

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Kimberly Gilfoyle receives a subpoena on January 6

The House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 Rebellion issued a subpoena for documents and testimony to Kimberly Gilfoyle, a former Fox News presenter and former Trump University fundraiser who is also the fiancée of Donald Trump Jr.

In a letter to Ms Guilfoyle, Select Committee Chair Penny Thompson, the Committee’s investigation “revealed credible evidence” of her involvement in “events within the scope of the Select Committee’s investigation”.

Andrew Feinberg Reports from Washington, DC.

Stuti MishraMarch 4, 2022 05:10

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How bad could things be for the former president?

The January 6 commission took its boldest step yet.

In the court filing, the committee’s lawmakers claimed there was sufficient evidence to suggest that Donald Trump and his attorney John Eastman were involved in a criminal plot to defraud the United States with their attempts to overturn the 2020 election.

Such an accusation is still very far from actually leading to a criminal charge. But the development late Wednesday is undoubtedly the most significant development in the work of the January 6 Committee to hold accountable those responsible for the attack on Congress.

John Bowden explains how things can be shaped.

Oliver O’ConnellMarch 4, 2022 04:55

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Trump issues 415 words in response to charges of criminal conspiracy

President Donald Trump issued a squiggly 415-word letter in response to the House Select Committee to investigate the January 6 riots at the Capitol and charge him with criminal conspiracy.

Trump’s statement comes after he and his attorney, John Eastman, who helped lead Mr. Trump’s “war room” to challenge President Joe Biden’s election victory, charged with criminal conspiracy to cancel the elections.

Eric Garcia deconstructs a huge list of grievances and allegations.

Oliver O’ConnellMarch 4, 2022 04:30

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