Trump News – Latest: Ex-president hosts Saudi-backed LIV golf chain, threatens to sue CNN for defamation


Jared Kushner claims in new memos that former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly bumped Ivanka Trump.

Mr Kushner writes A Shattered History: A White House MemoirMr Kelly pushed his wife out of the way after a heated meeting in the Oval Office, according to an extract I obtained Washington Post.

According to him, he and his wife Mr. Kelly considered “consistent cheating” – and that “Kelly only let his mask slip completely once”.

Mr Kelly denied the story, writing in an email that it was “unbelievable that I would ever push a woman. Unthinkable.”

Read more about the alleged incident of Gustav Killander:


Could a centralized third party take off in the US?

Many have tried to succeed in American national politics with a third-party regulator, but there is not enough evidence to suggest that the American political system would even welcome a new, well-funded organization designed to challenge the duopoly of to break political power.

However, there will always be those willing to try. Now former presidential candidate Andrew Young has gathered dozens of former Democrats and Republicans to form Kadima – a centrist party designed to appeal to disaffected voters turned by the two main options.

Joanna Chisholm There’s more:


Trump’s former chief of staff testifies before a panel on January 6

Mick Mulvaney, who served as Donald Trump’s acting chief of staff for just over a year in 2019-2020, is scheduled to testify before the select committee today on January 6. CBS News reported that he said he believed other Trump White House witnesses who testified before the committee.

Mulvaney, who resigned as Northern Ireland’s envoy after the Capitol attack, defended Trump during his former boss’ attempt to annul the election and expressed confidence he would honor the final result.

“I recommend accepting a smooth transition of power, which I think he will do anyway,” he said in November 2020 as Mr Trump’s “Stop Theft” campaign kicked off.

“You can certainly ensure a smooth transition of power.”


Trump’s hosting of the Saudi-backed LIV golf tournament sparks outrage

Donald Trump celebrates the start of the LIV golf tournament at his New Jersey club. “Just arrived in Bedminster for the LIV major golf tournament,” he wrote on Social Truth. “Put the money on the winners, great excitement. Come out on Friday, Saturday or Sunday to see the great show of the best players!”

However, families of 9/11 victims who worked to expose the alleged Saudi role in the attacks resented the former president for housing the Saudi-backed organization on a runway just 50 miles from Ground Zero.


Another mockery of Dr. Oz backed by Trump in New Jersey

Dr. Mehmet Oz, the controversial television doctor and Republican candidate for Pennsylvania’s open Senate seat, has been mocked by Democrats since the start of his campaign for claiming that he does not live in the state he is running for.

Instead, say his opponents, Dr. Oz is considered a resident of New Jersey. Now a Democratic congressman from that state has joined the group:


ICYMI: Liz Cheney calls out the naysayers in Wyoming ad

With weeks before the dreaded Republican primary, Congresswoman Liz Cheney launched a new ad calling out her opponents for not getting rid of Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election.

The ad opens with legal adviser Harriet Hageman, to whom Mr. Trump agreed. During a congressional hearing in Sheridan, Wyoming on June 30, she said, “We have serious questions about the 2020 election.”

While other candidates share their skepticism about the voting process, the ad ends with Ms. Cheney saying, “We need to elect serious leaders. We need to elect leaders who take their oath seriously. Leaders who don’t just say what they think people want to hear.”

Gustav Killander There is more.


Trump’s suit on CNN

Donald Trump is threatening to sue CNN for treating his false claims about the 2020 election as lies.

“I have notified CNN of my intention to file a lawsuit regarding their repeated defamatory statements against me,” Trump announced Wednesday in a statement from his Save America Political Action Committee.

The former president added, “He will also initiate action against other media outlets that defamed me and misled the public about irrefutable evidence of fraud during the 2020 elections. I will never stop fighting for the truth and for the future of our country.” !”

Trump’s lawyers threatened to sue the Florida cable network last week, citing several instances in which CNN reports called Trump a “liar” or the former president’s false claims about the 2020 election as “outrageous.” regard. “Untrue.”


Ingraham Sues Garland For ‘Stalking’ Trump

Fox News critics are under fire over reports that the Justice Department is now looking into Donald Trump’s conduct between the 2020 election and the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol — and on her show last night, host Laura Ingraham blatantly laid the groundwork for an entire program — to try to delegitimize any accusations that may arise from the investigation:


On January 6, the committee remembers the first session in a year

The Select Committee investigating the Capitol attack made a big impact with its deliberations this summer, but it’s easy to forget that there was a preview last year. The committee’s first plenary session featured four law enforcement officers testifying about their experiences when a crowd of Trump supporters stormed the building they were assigned to protect.

It is clear that many members of the commission were brought to the men’s testimonies, and even by the summer meetings it remains one of the most disturbing moments in the saga of the investigation.

Here’s how independent The discussion at the time dealt with:


A snippet of Trump’s threat to CNN

Donald Trump’s threat to sue CNN is based on a long list of well-known complaints, mostly related to the network’s coverage of the 2016 and 2020 elections and what the former president called a “Russia, Russia, Russia hoax.” mentioned.

But she angrily buried a 26-page letter his lawyers sent to the network with a very important demand: that Mr. Trump’s belief that the 2020 election was illegal is more important than the truth:

Even as audits and recounts of state tabulations began, well before they were completed in mid-2021, CNN began referring to President Trump as a “liar.”

Webster’s Dictionary defines “lie” as an assertion of something known or believed by the speaker to be false with the intent to deceive. So the definition is not limited to just making a mistake; Instead, it requires the speaker to know that he is lying and to expressly maintain the intent to deceive.

In this case, President Trump’s comments are not lies: he personally believes that the results of the 2020 presidential election turned into fraudulent voting activity in several key states.

Whether the lawsuit comes to fruition or not (remember: many of the cases Mr. Trump has brought over the decades have not gone through), this claim may be a sign of things to come.

If Mr. Trump’s reliance on this “self-belief” line in future lawsuits or criminal cases about the events of January 6, 2021 and his efforts to overturn the election may depend heavily on the January 6 Commission’s testimony and witness testimony about Mr. . Trump country. is responsible between November 2020 and the end of his term.

If he mounts a criminal defense in the future and claims he already believes what has become known as the “Big Lie”, it will fall to the Select Commission and other investigators to provide evidence to the contrary.

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