Fox’s Kilmeade: ‘Insane’ for Trump to feature Jan. 6 footage at rally
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade on Monday called it “insane” for former President Trump to kick off his first official 2024 rally with a national anthem sung by incarcerated Jan. 6 rioters and footage featuring the insurrection. Kilmeade on “Fox & Friends” criticized Trump for the rally’s spotlight on Jan. 6 and the former president’s…news.yahoo.com
Cruz celebrates Stanford punishing dean who shouted down Trump-appointed judge: 'Victory for sanity'
Sen. Ted Cruz is celebrating Stanford University dean Tirien Steinbach being placed on leave after joining protests against a Trump-appointed judge during his visit to the school.foxnews.com
Alvin Bragg may have been asked to delay Trump charges: John Dean
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg may have been asked to delay bringing charges against former President Trump, Watergate figure John Dean speculated in a CNN interview on Friday. Dean emphasized that he did not know the facts, but commented on the possibility that another lawyer on a separate Trump case might have asked Bragg to…news.yahoo.com
Del. Stacey Plaskett defends Manhattan D.A.'s investigation of Trump — "The Takeout"
The top Democrat on the "weaponization of government" select subcommittee is accusing Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan of trying to intimidate Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg.cbsnews.com
Former President Trump has not been notified of whether Manhattan DA plans to bring charges: sources
Former President Trump has not been formally notified on whether Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg could bring charges against him, sources familiar told Fox News Digital, amid intense speculation of a possible indictment.foxnews.com
Trump lawyer: If he’s indicted ‘this is an all-out war’
A lawyer for former President Trump said on Monday that it will be “an all-out war” if Trump is indicted in the Manhattan district attorney’s probe into a 2016 hush-money payment. “They can do what they want,” Trump lawyer Joe Tacopina said of the possible indictment in an interview with former Trump adviser Kimberly Guilfoyle…news.yahoo.com
Trump legal woes force another moment of choosing for GOP
From the moment he rode down the Trump Tower escalator to announce his first presidential campaign, a searing question has hung over the Republican Party: Is this the moment to break from Donald Trump? Elected Republicans have wavered at times — whether it was Trump's condemnation of John McCain's war record, his racist attack against a Mexican-American judge, his sexually predatory language caught on video, his alleged extramarital affairs, his decision to side with Russian President Vladimir Putin over U.S. intelligence, his promotion of false allegations of election fraud and his incitement of a violent mob that threatened the lives of lawmakers in both parties. Now, on the eve of a new presidential campaign season, that loyalty is being tested anew as Trump prepares for the possibility that he may soon become the first former U.S. president charged with a crime.news.yahoo.com
Trump cheers news of ‘most important witness’ in New York hush-money probe
Former President Trump applauded the news on Sunday that Robert Costello, who once served as a legal advisor to former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, will testify on Monday before the New York grand jury investigating Trump’s alleged involvement in a hush-money scheme. “Just reported that the most important witness to go before the New York…news.yahoo.com
Former DOJ official: Trump remark ‘has the effect of poisoning’ jury pool
Anthony Cole, a former Department of Justice (DOJ) official, said on Sunday that former President Trump’s remarks about his possible looming arrest in New York was an attempt to “intimidate local prosecutors” and would “poison” the jury pool. “What I think is happening here is [Trump] trying to, number one, intimidate local prosecutors and number…news.yahoo.com
Sununu Says Impending Trump Indictment ‘Drastically’ Changes ‘Paradigm’ for 2024
Republican New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu said Sunday that the impending indictment of former president Trump in a probe into hush-money payments made to a porn actress could backfire on Democrats and upset the 2024 political stage.news.yahoo.com
White House: Improved surveillance caught Chinese balloon
U.S. officials say efforts ordered by President Joe Biden to strengthen defenses against Chinese espionage helped identify last week’s spy balloon — and determine that similar flights were conducted at multiple points during the Trump administration.
EPA finalizes water rule that repeals Trump-era changes
President Joe Biden’s administration has finalized regulations that protect hundreds of thousands of small streams, wetlands and other waterways, repealing a Trump-era rule that federal courts had thrown out and that environmentalists said left waterways vulnerable to pollution.
Poll results show Virginians approve of Gov. Youngkin’s leadership, don’t want him to run for President
Virginians' approval rate of Governor Glenn Youngkin is increasing, according to results of a new Roanoke College poll, but an overwhelming amount want him to remain in Richmond and not Washington D.C.
FBI search at Trump Mar-a-Lago estate one of several probes
The FBI search of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate marked a dramatic and unprecedented escalation of the law enforcement scrutiny of the former president, but the Florida operation was just one part of one investigation related to Trump and his time in office.
Jan. 6 panel's 1,000 witnesses: From Trump aides to rioters
The House Jan. 6 panel has interviewed more than 1,000 people who were directly or indirectly involved in the U.S. Capitol insurrection as it's probed the violent attack and former President Donald Trump’s unprecedented efforts to overturn his election defeat.
Accounting firm: Trump financial statements aren't reliable
The accounting firm that prepared former President Donald Trump’s annual financial statements says the documents, used to secure lucrative loans and burnish Trump’s image as a wealthy businessman, “should no longer be relied upon” after investigators said they found evidence he and his company regularly misstated the value of assets.
Kellyanne Conway memoir 'Here's the Deal' coming out May 24
Former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway has a memoir out May 24: “Here’s the Deal” is billed by her publisher as a look beyond the headlines of the Trump administration and her family life, including her husband and prominent Trump detractor, George Conway.