Is Trump next?Some Believe DA Can File New Indictments After Trump Organization Becomes Successful
A judge has charged Donald Trump with contempt of court for failing to fully comply with a subpoena demanding the return of all government documents he is accused of illegally keeping after he left the White House. rejected a request by US Justice Department prosecutors to detain Donald Trump’s team.
The former president’s attorneys argued in federal court that he fulfilled a subpoena request asking him to provide privately owned documents, but prosecutors said the investigation conducted on behalf of the former president was unsatisfactory. He says it was nothing.
The judge instead urged both sides to settle the dispute on their own.
Meanwhile, a House of Representatives task force investigating the attack on the US Capitol is reportedly considering criminal charges against at least four of Trump’s associates. Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, attorney John Eastman, former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, and former Justice Department official Jeffrey. Clerk.
A panel will convene on December 11 to decide on a referral to the Department of Justice. A final report from the committee is expected at the end of this month.
Former US attorney believes Justice Department indictment could be ‘within a month’
Former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara said he believes the U.S. Justice Department is “on the road” to indict Trump.
He told NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday that the team of attorneys investigating a criminal case involving the former president had been selected for the job to determine whether the case could go to court. It includes “very experienced prosecutors.”
“I don’t believe they have left their former positions, both in government and in the private sector, unless there is a serious possibility,” he said, adding that the Justice Department is considering indictment.
He said he believes indictment could be “within a month.”
Barrer also said future inquiries from the House Select Committee would be “largely symbolic” and would not pressure the Justice Department “to act more quickly or aggressively.”
“I think they want to make a statement for themselves. I don’t think there was any impact on the Justice Department.”
Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 19:00
Commission final report to be published on December 21
Rep. Adam Kinzinger – one of two Republicans on the House Select Committee investigating the events leading up to and surrounding the attack on the Capitol – the committee issued its final report He said he was “in the process” of deciding what the announcement of .
“What you see in this report and everything it contains is the big picture,” he told ABC’s television show. this week on sunday.
“I think I was able to paint a very good picture over the summer at the hearing… obviously time was limited,” he added.
A full report would fold in more context and fill in “many areas not discussed in detail,” he said.
The committee will meet on Sunday to discuss the criminal referral of witnesses to the US Department of Justice.
Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 18:00
Republican senators reject Trump as GOP leader
Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy, one of the Republican senators who convicted Trump in the second round of impeachment, told CNN on Sunday that he was “the premise that he is the leader of the Republican Party.” He refused, suggesting that Republicans should consider a new candidate in 2024.
“Republicans don’t have a president right now,” he said. “There is no one who is clearly not my leader.”
He said the party should be led by “a center-right party that believes that smaller government, individual responsibility and free markets are more likely to bring prosperity to families and prosperity to our country” and that “then I We will win,” he said.
Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 17:15
Jan. 6 commission’s introduction of criminals is ‘more than symbolic,’ says Kinzinger
Rep. Adam Kinzinger did not indicate whether Trump would be included in a series of criminal referrals to the U.S. Department of Justice from the House Select Committee investigating the House riots.
“I don’t think criminal charges are pointless. I think it’s very clear that the DOJ must decide to take this up,” he told ABC’s television show. this week on sunday.
Kinzinger, one of two Republicans on the committee, said, “Introductions don’t always awaken what the DOJ didn’t know before.”
“I think that’s an important symbolic thing that the committee can do – or I think it’s going to be more than symbolic. [making it] It’s clear that Congress thinks a crime was committed here and the Justice Department needs to look into it,” he said.
Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 16:23
House Committee Considering Referral To Trump And At Least Four Other Criminals, Reportedly
The House Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021 attacks on the Capitol is considering criminal charges against Trump and his closest supporters, according to CNN.
The group will meet on Sunday to discuss potential referrals.
Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 13:00
The Jan. 6 hearings revealed startling details of Trump’s failed “coup” attempt.Now the commission is trying to file criminal charges
Fueled by Trump’s bogus fraud story, a House special committee investigating the events leading up to and surrounding the attack on the U.S. Capitol was convened Sunday to identify criminals to investigate. Discuss the introduction of
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Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 12:00
What the Georgia Senate Results Mean for Democrats and Donald Trump
Georgia, especially large cities such as Atlanta, are changing demographically, culturally, and politically, writes Sean O’Grady.
Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 11:00
Far-right lawmaker Paul Gossar deletes tweet supporting Trump’s call to end constitution
Far-right Arizona Congressman Paul Gossar has deleted a tweet showing his support for Trump’s proposal that the United States terminate the Constitution.
“Unprecedented fraud requires unprecedented cures,” the congressman wrote Wednesday, attaching a screenshot of the former president’s Truth Social post.
Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 10:00
Why is US Marine Paul Whelan detained in Russia?
President Biden has called for his attempts to free other Americans wrongfully detained by Russia, including former US Marine Paul Whelan, who has been in Russian custody since he was arrested shortly after Christmas 2018. The administration said it would “never give up”. Officials say it’s a false spying charge.
Alex WoodwardDecember 11, 2022 09:00
Michael Flynn testifies in Georgia election poll
Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn is investigating whether Trump and others illegally tried to influence the 2020 election in Georgia in a courthouse in downtown Atlanta on Thursday. I saw him testify before a special grand jury.
Michael Flynn testifies in Georgia election poll
Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn testified Thursday before a special grand jury investigating whether then-President Donald Trump and others illegally tried to influence the 2020 Georgia election. , was in a courthouse in downtown Atlanta.
Kate BlumbackDecember 11, 2022 08:00