‘Get ready’: Trump says it’s ‘very likely’ to run for president again in 2024
After Donald Trump told an audience at a rally in Sioux City, Iowa, that he was more likely than ever to run for president in 2024, multiple news outlets said his aide would be a new president on Nov. 14. We are reporting that we will be back as the day we announce the campaign.
“I would very, very, probably do it all over again to make our country successful, safe and bright,” Trump told the audience at last night’s rally. “Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you – soon. Get ready.”
No final decision appears to have been made on the timing of the announcement, but Trump has been well behind for more than a year.
In addition, CNN reports that Trump’s 2024 presidential run looks likely, so Justice Department officials confirmed on Jan. 6 that the special counsel’s potential for investigating the documents of Mar-a-Lago and reported that they had discussed their practical needs. A lively movement is expected after the end of the midterm test.
Meanwhile, the judge in charge of New York Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud case against the Trump Organization and the Trump family ruled that independent oversight would limit the company’s ability to oversee and conduct business.
Georgia professor says Trump supporters see him as a ‘light-bearer’
Gustav KirandelNovember 5, 2022 06:00
Secret Service agent in car with Trump on Jan. 6 interviewed by special committee
Gustav KirandelNovember 5, 2022 05:00
The Carter Center monitors US elections for the first time in response to growing threats to democracy
The pro-democracy group founded by former President Jimmy Carter will monitor US elections for the first time this year.
Since 1989, the Carter Center has monitored more than 110 elections in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia as part of its efforts to advance democracy around the world. However, it had never done a similar operation in the United States.
But this year, we have monitors in three states—Georgia, Michigan, and Arizona—each with a different mission, but with the overall aim of building trust in the integrity of the voting process. .
David Carroll, Director of the Center’s Democracy Program, said: Independent The move “represents a recognition that the threat to democratic institutions and norms is greater in the United States than in many other countries around the world,” he said.
“And it deserves the close attention and prioritization of groups like ours who work to promote respect for democracy and democratic principles,” he added.
Richard HallNovember 5, 2022 04:01
Former Republican slams Republicans: ‘You can’t continue to support a party that’s obsessed with overturning elections’
Gustav KirandelNovember 5, 2022 03:00
Kansas’ Laura Kelly is the only Democratic governor running for re-election in a state Trump won
Both major parties say the Kansas gubernatorial election will face tougher-than-expected competition in the Republican-leaning state due to lingering viciousness against abortion politics, former Republican governor Sam Brownback and independent conservative candidates. It is said that
Incumbent Democratic governor Laura Kelly should be on the defensive as the only Democratic governor in the United States running for re-election in a state where former President Donald Trump was elected in 2020. A chance for Kelly to get the votes that were vital to her victory four years ago.
Republican challenger Derek Schmidt wants to capitalize on voter complaints about inflation and crime. Kelly has mostly stuck with the message that Kansas is financially sound again after past budget woes related to Brownback, of whom Schmidt is a major political ally.
Joan Wagnon, former chairman of the Kansas Democratic Party and former Topeka mayor, said, “I’m more confident than I used to be.
Schmidt, a three-term state attorney general, is ending his campaign on the attack with a “Kansas Can Do Better” rally across the state. Kelly’s Allies closed with a ‘Back on Track, Can’t Go Back’ tour.
John Hannah, Associated PressNovember 5, 2022 02:00
Justice Department could appoint special counsel if Trump runs for election again, report says
The Justice Department is said to be considering appointing a special counsel to oversee the investigation of President Donald Trump if he runs for office again in 2024.
According to CNN, Trump is expected to start the campaign in the third week of November, strongly suggesting he will try to win the Republican presidential nomination again.
The Justice Department has reportedly yet to make a decision on the need for a special counsel in the unprecedented event it decided to indict the former president and incumbent.
Officials discussed how the special counsel could insulate the Justice Department from allegations that the Biden administration was acting against political rivals during the election cycle, sources told news networks. rice field.
The Justice Department has followed a tradition of silence in the weeks leading up to the November 8 midterm elections.
Graham MasseyNovember 5, 2022 01:00
Labor Secretary Clinton claims Donald Trump cannot run for re-election because he was ‘involved in rioting’
Gustav KirandelNovember 5, 2022 00:00
A Florida man who supports Trump has been found guilty of shooting at a jet skier over Biden’s flag-raising ‘ridin’
A Florida man who supports Trump has been found guilty of shooting a man on a jet ski carrying a “Ridin’ with Biden” flag on Election Day 2020.
A jury in Miami has found 39-year-old Eduardo Acosta guilty of attempted murder, aggravated assault with a gun and armed robbery. He now faces life in prison from his 20 years, when the sentence is handed down on December 16.
Prosecutors told the court that Acosta was on his personal watercraft with a group when he ran into two other men on a small island in Biscayne Bay on Nov. 3, 2020. rice field.
Acosta began arguing with men using the false QAnon conspiracy theory that anyone who supports the Democratic Party is a “child abuser.”
A bizarre, unsubstantiated right-wing theory claims that a “deep state” group of child prostitutes was secretly working to defeat Donald Trump during his White House tenure.
Graham MasseyNovember 4, 2022 23:00
Oathkeepers founder Stewart Rose to testify in his own defense at Jan. 6 sedition conspiracy trial
The founder and leader of a group accused of plotting to forcibly veto the results of the 2020 presidential election, he faces prosecution in an incendiary conspiracy trial involving Stewart Rose and members of the Oathkeepers. He testified in his own defense the day after the officer dropped the case.
Fueled by an unfounded conspiracy theory that the election was stolen, his testimony sought to expose a far-right anti-government militia group’s plans to “attack” the Capitol on January 6, 2021. Shows an unusual and potentially dangerous move in court. Donald Trump.
Rose’s testimony led to cross-examination by federal prosecutors. Prosecutors presented jurors with dozens of texts, his messages, and video and audio evidence accused of seditious conspiracy against Mr. Rhodes and her four others.
When he took the stand for the first time on Nov. 4, Rhodes was asked if he thought the 2020 presidential election had been “stolen.” Doubling down on baseless denial of the results, he said he believed the election was “unconstitutional.”
“You really can’t have a winner in an unconstitutional election, and that would mean that Donald Trump wasn’t a winner either.” he told the jury.
Alex WoodwardNovember 4, 2022 22:00
Trump ally who worked undercover as foreign agent for UAE acquitted
California billionaire Tom Barrack, 75, was acquitted of charges of acting as an unregistered foreign agent in the United Arab Emirates after a seven-week federal trial in Brooklyn, The Associated Press reports. rice field.
A jury held 13 hours of deliberation before finding Barack not guilty of acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government, obstructing justice, and making false statements to the FBI. rice field.
“I’m very grateful for this system,” Barack told the Associated Press after the ruling.
Barack chaired Trump’s inaugural committee in 2017 and was accused of using his political ties to set up a secret back-route to the Emirates.
Bevan HurleyNovember 4, 2022 21:00