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Trump claims he can declassify classified documents ‘just by thinking about it’

Former President Donald Trump says he will deport “millions” of immigrants if he is re-elected in 2024.

during an interview with fox news, when host Sean Hannity asked him, “If you were to win and become president, how much do you believe you would be able to get back to where you were when you left?” says so. Many of them are prisoners and criminals. ”

When the host asked him, “Are you going to deport them?” He replied: Millions of people… are polluting our country. They’re poisoning – I want to be nice about it.

In other news, Trump’s attorneys actually believe the FBI planted incriminating evidence in documents seized from Trump’s home, or the former president is simply bluffing to save face. I was ordered to speak in one way or another.

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Trump promises to deport ‘millions’ if re-elected

Former President Donald Trump has said he will deport millions of immigrants if he is re-elected in 2024.

during an interview with fox news, when host Sean Hannity asked him, “If you were to win and become president, how much do you believe you would be able to get back to where you were when you left?” says so. Many of them are prisoners and criminals. ”

When the host asked him, “Are you going to deport them?” He replied: Millions of people… are polluting our country. They’re poisoning – I want to be nice about it.

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Explainer: Declassification in the Spotlight During Trump Investigation

Weeks after the FBI raided Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago mansion and seized nearly 100 documents containing classified information, the former president claimed he had declassified the information. Experts say the president has broad powers to declassify materials, but there is a detailed process different from what Trump has described.

You can read the full story on how declassification works here.

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Bank directors call for removal of senior Trump official in ethics probe

Senior officials at the Inter-American Development Bank were reported to have voted unanimously on Thursday to propose removing the former Trump official as president of the Washington-based agency.

Associated Press The move comes after an investigation carried out at the request of the Banking Board found that Mauricio Claver-Carrone had violated ethics rules by endorsing a chief adviser with whom he was romantically involved. Stated.

A person familiar with the vote said the final decision to remove Clerber-Carone would come from the treasurer of the board, which represents all 48 member countries of the bank.

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A NY investigation uncovered a potential crime. Why isn’t Trump in cufflinks?

The New York Attorney General says her three-year investigation into former President Donald Trump uncovered potential crimes in the way he operated his real estate empire, including allegations of bank and insurance fraud. Will Trump not be indicted?

State laws are complicated. Attorney General Letitia James is bound by the limits of criminal investigations she can actually initiate on her own without partnering with local prosecutors. And while those investigations have yet to bear fruit against Trump himself, his chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, pleaded guilty to felony charges last month.

Read more about the complexities of the New York investigation Independent:

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President Trump reappears throwing paper towels at Puerto Rican residents

A video of President Donald Trump throwing paper towels at a crowd of Puerto Rican residents in October 2017 has resurfaced on social media. Joe He because President Biden has pledged full support to the island hit by another natural disaster.

Read Gustaf Kilander’s full statement here.

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3 key questions Ginny Thomas has to answer in the Jan. 6 panel interview

Ginny Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, is set to give unprecedented testimony to a panel on Jan. 6 about her role in efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Her involvement in a pro-Trump plan cast a heavy shadow on the work of the Supreme Court, which was already facing historic concerns about its legitimacy from the American public.

There are some questions that Ms. Thomas is uniquely positioned to answer, both regarding the work of the White House staff in the weeks leading up to the attack and of the White House staff on January 6 itself, as well as her own.

read more John Bowden:

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Trump’s Legal Troubles Rise Without Presidency Protection

Donald Trump’s legal battle storm shows just how much protection he was given as president, and how it ended.

Trump’s own attorneys have refused to support their own clients’ claims that the documents seized by FBI agents were declassified, thus explaining that fact (so far).

read more Independent On the evolving nature of Donald Trump’s legal defenses after taking office:

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How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Inadvertently Caused the New York Attorney General’s Trump Lawsuit

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez led to news this week as the New York Attorney General announced a massive civil lawsuit aimed at holding Donald Trump accountable for alleged fraudulent business practices. The spotlight is back on her interrogation of congressmen and former Trump allies.

In 2019, Cohen testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee against his former boss. At the time, Ocasio-Cortez asked whether Trump had ever provided inflated assets to insurance companies.

Letitia James acknowledged the role of Ocasio-Cortez this week, declaring:

read more Independent:

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Pro-Trump host Alex Jones shouts ‘apologies are over’ to crying Sandy Hook parents in court

Alex Jones’ second defamation lawsuit got off to a rocky start this week. The beleaguered Infowars host continues to face retaliation for instigating years of right-wing harassment against the family of a murdered elementary school student.

A Connecticut court was thrown into chaos on Thursday after a far-right conspiracy theorist stood up in a defamation lawsuit and refused to admit responsibility for causing a decade of harassment to a victim’s family.

“I’ve said sorry hundreds of times already. And I’m sorry,” he shouted in court.

read more Rachel Sharp:

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Trump unleashes a torrent of truthful social posts for 2024: ‘History is calling Donald Trump’

Donald Trump is seeking to rally support for the 2024 presidential election amid a flurry of criminal investigations and lawsuits accusing him of unfair business practices.

That’s how the former president spent his day on Thursday, as he turned to his Truth Social platform to spread the word among his closest fans.

In two posts, Trump linked to text on American Thinker’s website headlined “Donald Trump needs to be the 2024 Republican nominee,” followed by “Trump is a Republican ally.” is calling for accelerated 2024 candidacy,” linked to a CNN report. After the FBI raid”.

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