Trump news – latest: Trump tells Iowa rally he will ‘very, very, very probably’ run for president in 2024

‘Get ready’: Trump says he will ‘very likely’ run for president again in 2024

Donald Trump told a crowd at a rally in Sioux City, Iowa, last night that he is more likely than ever to run for president in 2024, but stopped short of making an ironclad commitment to – it

“In order to make our country successful, safe and glorious, I will very, very, very likely do it again,” he said. “Get ready, that’s all I’m saying, very soon. Get ready.”

Among those who fired up the crowd before the former president spoke was extremist Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who incited the crowd to boo Paul Pelosi, saying he should have been armed and shot the man who shot him. has attacked Pelosi was released from the hospital earlier Thursday.

Meanwhile, the judge handling New York Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud lawsuit against the Trump Organization and the Trump family has ruled that an independent monitor will oversee the company, restricting its ability to do business.

Additionally, CNN reports that, as a 2024 Trump run looks likely, Justice Department officials have discussed the possible need for a special counsel for investigations into the Jan. 6 documents and Mar-a- lake A flurry of activity is expected after halftime.


Judge bars Trump Organization from transferring assets

The New York state judge overseeing Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, his family and his namesake real estate and license company has issued an order barring the transfer of any of assets of the former president or his company without notice. the court and the attorney general’s office.

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New York County Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron also on Thursday granted Ms. James’ request for an independent monitor to oversee compliance with her order, choosing from a list of recommendations made by Ms. James and the Trump Organization.

Andrew Feinberg has the details.

Andrew NaughtieNovember 4, 2022 12:00


Trump is running for president again

Former President Donald Trump has dropped the strongest hint yet that he could run for the White House for a third term in 2024 after months of speculation.

Addressing a campaign rally in Sioux City, Iowa, on Thursday night, Trump said he will “very, very, very likely” make another bid for the office of president.

“And now, in order to make our country successful and safe and glorious, I will very, very, very likely do it again,” Trump said at an event to support Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley.

“Get ready, that’s all I’m saying, very soon. Get ready,” Trump added as the crowd chanted his name.

The 45th president also reiterated the false claim that he won the 2020 presidential election.

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar reports

Andrew NaughtieNovember 4, 2022 11:30 am


Police called to Mar-a-Lago trespassing report

Palm Beach police officers were called to Mar-a-Lago Thursday morning after a report of a man refusing to leave the grounds of Donald Trump’s Florida resort.

said Captain Will Rothrock Fox News that Secret Service agents contacted them about a “routine trespassing complaint.”

Andrew NaughtieNovember 4, 2022 10:30 am


Ted Cruz complains that Trump isn’t spending a $100 million war chest on Republican candidates

Johanna Chisholm reports.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 09:15


Trump calls for Mitch McConnell to be fired

On Thursday morning, Donald Trump called for Mitch McConnell to be impeached: “They should impeach Mitch McConnell … they have something on him.”

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 08:00


Could Kash Patel’s immunity deal pose ‘serious legal jeopardy’ for Trump?

The immunity deal granted to Donald Trump aide Kash Patel could put the former president in legal jeopardy, experts say.

Patel already appeared before a grand jury in October when he invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

Sravasti Dasgupta reports.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 06:30


What could stop Trump in 2024?

But while the loss to Joe Biden in November 2020 may have dented the president’s one-term pride and fueled 18 months of lies about rigged ballots, it now looks almost certain that Mr Trump will run again the White House in 2024.

What, if anything, could thwart his plans?

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 05:00


The Trump 2024 campaign is gearing up for a post-midterm launch

Playing to a crowd of supporters in Robstown, Texas, former President Donald Trump drew applause as he talked about his first two runs for the White House and teased a third.

“In order to make our country successful, safe and glorious again, I’ll probably have to do it again,” he said last month.

That well-placed “probably” could soon disappear from Trump’s speech. Aides to the former president are quietly making preparations for a 2024 presidential campaign that could be launched soon after next week’s midterm elections, as Trump tries to use expected Republican victories to propel himself toward become the favorite for his party’s nomination.


ICYMI: Emails Show Trump Lawyers Thought Judge Thomas Was Key to Overturning 2020 Election

Justice Clarence Thomas was, early on, the member of the Supreme Court’s bench of new justices that the Trump campaign identified as an ally, according to new documents.

Court release of emails between two members of Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign legal team illustrates how the perpetrators of the effort to delay the certification of election results in Georgia and other states they thought Thomas would separate himself from his colleagues and keep an open mind to the campaign’s baseless and unsubstantiated fraud claims.

It’s a revelation that may be less surprising than it would have been had his wife, Ginni Thomas, not been at the center of the committee’s Jan. 6 investigation into people who helped Donald Trump try to lobby state legislatures in the whole country to subvert the elections. results

John Bowden has the full story.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 02:45


Trump kicks off a blitz midterm rally in Iowa with a growing list of family grievances

Donald Trump took the stage in Sioux City, Iowa, at approximately 8:30 p.m. ET on Thursday and almost immediately began disparaging the country he led two years ago, calling the Hawkeye state “under harassment” by a gallery of familiar villains, including Speaker of the House Nancy. Pelosi, Senator Chuck Schumer and President Joe Biden.

He interspersed canned lines about inflation and the cost of Americans’ Thanksgiving dinner with racially charged attacks on the New York state attorney general, who is currently suing him, his family and his eponymous real estate company to recover millions of dollars his office alleges were defrauded. New York Financial Institutions.

Read Andrew Feinberg’s full report:

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 02:15


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