Trump news today – live: Donald Trump sues NY’s Letitia James as Kash Patel ‘to testify’ in Mar-a-Lago case

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Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James for “egregious misconduct” and for launching a “war of intimidation and harassment” against her.

In a 41-page filing filed in Florida District Court in Palm Beach, he sought to block Ms. James from obtaining documents from a Florida revocable trust that owns the Trump Organization.

It comes as a key aide to Mr. Trump, Kash Patel, prepares to testify before a grand jury investigating the handling of classified documents at Mar-a-Lago after receiving immunity from prosecution. The Wall Street Journal said.

Mr. Patel is a close adviser to the former president and has a personal relationship with him. He was appointed as one of his official representatives at the National Archives and Records Administration.

Mr. Patel’s testimony was sought after he was subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury in October, but he exercised his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

Mr Patel claimed that Trump withheld White House documents during his presidency.

Meanwhile, Mr. Trump settled a lawsuit filed by a group of protesters who said they were assaulted by the Republican’s bodyguards during the 2015 presidential campaign.


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Trump’s 2024 campaign is gearing up for a post-midterm campaign

As he played in front of a crowd of supporters in Robstown, Texas, former President Donald Trump cheered on his first two bids for the White House and mocked his third.

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

That carefully placed “maybe” may soon disappear from Trump’s stump speech. Aides to the former president are gearing up for the 2024 presidential campaign, which could begin after next week’s midterm elections, as Trump looks to capitalize on expected Republican gains to become his party’s front-runner.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 05:45


Trump settled a lawsuit filed by protesters over the 2015 scandal

Donald Trump has settled a lawsuit filed by a group of Mexican protesters who said they were mistreated by the Republican’s bodyguards during the 2015 presidential campaign.

The two sides settled in a New York courtroom as they were selecting a jury for the civil trial, one of a series of legal tussles involving the former president.

The protesters’ lawsuit did not specify the details of the agreement.

Trump’s attorney, Alina Habba, said: “Although we would have preferred to proceed with the trial to demonstrate the frivolity of this case, the parties were ultimately able to reach an amicable settlement.” “We are very pleased with this outcome and are pleased to have finally resolved this matter once and for all.”

Shweta Sharma3 November 2022 04:22


Trump sued Letitia James in New York for a “war of intimidation and harassment.”

In a 41-page filing filed in Florida District Court in Palm Beach, he sought to block Ms. James from obtaining documents from a Florida revocable trust that owns the Trump Organization.

“Special offenses require special relief,” the lawsuit states. “As stated below, James has repeatedly abused his position as New York State Attorney General and has waged a ruthless, malicious, blatant and unforgiving crusade against President Trump, a resident of Palm Beach County, Florida. destroy him personally, financially and politically.’

Mr Trump claims the New York attorney general is invading his privacy by seeking details of his convictions.

It comes after Ms. James filed a civil lawsuit against Mr. Trump and members of his family last month alleging financial fraud.

Shweta Sharma3 November 2022 04:16


Trump’s biracial ex-girlfriend told him he got his intelligence from his white father

Donald Trump’s biracial ex-girlfriend Cara Young has remained silent about the incident in which she told him she got her intelligence from her white father.

talked to Inside Edition On Tuesday, in her first interview about Mr. Trump since 2017, Ms. Young, 47, confirmed an earlier report about the alleged meeting.

Johanna Chisholm has a story.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 03:45


Top Trump aide Kash Patel granted immunity to testify in Mar-a-Lago classified documents case, report says

Donald Trump aide Kash Patel is set to testify before a grand jury investigating the handling of classified documents at Mar-a-Lago after being granted immunity from prosecution.

Mr. Patel, who worked in the Trump administration, will “soon testify” before a federal grand jury. The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday evening.

Shweta Sharma3 November 2022 03:22


Trump Downplays Kanye West’s Anti-Semitism, Says It’s ‘Fine.’

Speaking to conservative radio personality and podcaster Chris Steagall, the former president was asked about a range of current events and news topics, including the midterm elections and Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter.

Mr Trump’s comments on the disgraced rapper have seen his anti-Semitic comments dropped by a number of companies he works with.

Oliver O’Connell3 November 2022 02:45


Clinton wants Trump to pay legal fees for the dismissed lawsuit

Hillary Clinton has asked a federal judge to pay former President Donald Trump and his lawyers more than $1 million to cover costs stemming from a dismissed lawsuit alleging she and several other defendants conspired to impeach Mr. Trump. 2016 presidential campaign, accusing him of colluding with Russia.

Abe Asher has the details.

Oliver O’Connell3 November 2022 01:45


‘Everything’s Crazy’: Trump Joins Paul Pelosi’s Conspiracy Theories

The former president made the controversial remarks on air on Chris Steagall’s radio show Tuesday morning.

Johanna Chisholm reported.

Oliver O’Connell2 November 2022 23:45


The Supreme Court temporarily shields Trump’s tax returns from a House committee

The US Supreme Court has temporarily blocked the House Ways and Means Committee from obtaining six years of tax returns from former President Donald Trump and his real estate companies, the documents show.

The stay was granted by Chief Judge John Roberts, who oversees appeals from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

Chief Justice Roberts also ordered the House of Representatives to respond to the former president’s petition by November 10.

Andrew Feinberg reports from Washington.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 2, 2022 10:45 p.m


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