Trump News Today: Donald Trump fills his memorial speech for vlogger Diamond with his favorite rally lines

Trump says no documents found at Mar-a-Lago, only ‘cool’ blank folders marked classified

Donald Trump there is dropped a claim for $250 million v. Attorney General of New York Letitia James after receiving a warning from a federal judge.

The same judge sanctioned Donald Trump and his attorney nearly $1 million for suing the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton because of allegations that she and others rigged the 2016 presidential election.

“This case should never have been brought,” wrote Judge Donald M Middlebrooks of the Southern District of Florida in his order. “Its inadequacy as a legal claim was apparent from the outset.”

Judge Middlebrooks said the sanctions were justified because the former president had demonstrated a “pattern” of abusing the courts for his political agenda. “Intended for political gain, none of the allegations in the amended complaint state a cognizable legal claim,” he wrote.

Mr. Trump and his lawyer, Alina Haba, are now liable for $937,989 in penalties.

Meanwhile, the former president reacted angrily to the failure of Supreme Court to identify the source of Roe v. Wade leaking a decision that sparked outrage last year.

He shockingly called for the closure of A politician reporter, publisher and editor who broke the story in an attempt to force them to identify the source of the leak.


‘Insult to rule of law’: White House slams Trump’s call to jail Journalists leak from Supreme Court

White House press secretary Karin Jean-Pierre strongly condemned Donald Trump’s call for a shutdown A politician journalists who reported on the expired Supreme Court annulment decision Roe v. Wade.

The twice-impeached former president, who during his tenure repeatedly disparaged the press as “the enemy of the people” and suggested that White House reporters who report unflattering information about him and his administration should be tried for treason, addressed his platform Truth Social on Thursday after a Supreme Court leak investigation failed to identify the person responsible for leaking the Supreme Court draft Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Org opinion to A politician last year.

Andrew Feinberg reported by the White House.

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 7:30 p.m


George Santos celebrated an engagement with a man while he was married to a woman

The world of politics continues to be rocked by new revelations surrounding Republican Congressman George Santos – with a new report claiming he invited friends to celebrate his engagement to a man he is said to still be married to a woman.

“Good evening everyone! As you all may already know, Pedro and I decided to join our toothbrushes! Lol and very few friends were chosen to share this special moment with us,” Mr. Santos wrote in the invitation.

Mr. Santos and his wife would not divorce until five years later.

The Daily Beast learned of the invitation from Mr. Santos’ old roommate, Greg Morey-Parker. Pedro Villarva, the man mentioned in the invitation, also confirmed that Mr. Santos had planned the celebration.

The Independent. Greig Graziosi has more:

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 7:00 p.m


Votes: Trump thinks Politico journalists should be jailed. This should be a turning point

This push to jail journalists for doing their jobs — their constitutionally protected jobs — echoes a speech Trump gave last November, during which he reflected on the same reporter who was sexually assaulted in prison: “ The reporter goes to jail. When the reporter learns she’s going to marry a certain inmate who’s extremely strong, tough, and mean, he’ll say, “You know, I think I’ll give you the scoop.”

This is not empty talk. According to New York Times, while president, Trump told FBI Director James Comey to “consider putting reporters in jail” during an Oval Office meeting. Recently, A rolling stone reported that Trump has assembled advisers to discuss ways to circumvent the First Amendment to emulate authoritarian leaders’ crackdown on journalists.

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 6:30 p.m


A former Trump-supporting congressman joins the push against McDaniel

Madison Cawthorne has no desire to disappear from the political scene now that she is a private citizen again.

The former congressman left the House in January after being ousted in last year’s primary — though by all accounts he had stopped providing services to constituents months earlier.

Now he’s in Florida, attending rallies against the re-election of GOP Speaker Rona Romney McDaniel with whoever, but Congressman Matt Goetz.

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 6:00 p.m


Clinton supporters blast Trump for ‘frivolous’ fine in case

Read more from The Independent. Gustav Kilander:

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 5:30 p.m


Trump continues the war against McConnell

Mitch McConnell is officially Donald Trump’s #1 Target on Truth Social – after Joe Biden and the various law enforcement agencies that have closed in on him.

The former president posted another “Truth” about the GOP Senate Minority Leader on Saturday night, blaming him for Joe Biden’s success.

“Mitch McConnell made the Biden presidency ‘look’ MUCH better than it would have without the Old Crow pushing massive Green New Deal-type funding for radical left Democrats.” Inflation and debt will be the end result, but it’s not good for anyone, especially our country!” he wrote.

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 5:00 p.m


Trump complained about the length of his supporter’s funeral – from the podium

Donald Trump was in Fayetteville, North Carolina this weekend for the funeral of Ineta Lynette Hardaway, better known as “Diamond” of the duo Diamond and Silk. The two were his top supporters during the 2016 and 2020 elections.

Mr Trump was invited on stage to deliver remarks at the event – and, shockingly, chose to complain about the length of the funeral service he sat through.

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 4:30 p.m


Lawsuits, prison threats and ‘enemy of the people’: Donald Trump’s never-ending war on the media

Having built his way to celebrity with a media image of vast wealth and personal success, Donald Trump has spent years attacking critical coverage, falsely accusing reporters of lying and publicly suggesting they should be jailed for imaginary crimes.

The former president’s rhetoric has alarmed civil rights groups and press freedom advocates, warning that his potentially chilling remarks pose a threat to constitutionally protected speech.

During his four years as president, he called journalists and news outlets “fake news” roughly 2,000 times, averaging more than one daily jab at the press and continuing a long legacy of trying to undermine his critics that continued into his time in the White House .

Alex Woodward examines the former president’s long, contentious relationship with the media as he prepares to do battle with them again in 2024:

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 4:00 p.m


Trump responded to the Monterey Park shooting by complaining about the treatment of the accused on January 6

“10 dead California shooting, terrible weapon ANTIFA protest against our awesome police in Atlanta “Nothing will happen to them despite a night of rage and destruction,” the former president wrote on Truth Social. “Yet the lives of our protestors since January 6 due to rigged elections have been ruined even though no one was killed except the true patriot Ashley B. This situation will be fully rectified after the 2024 elections. Thank you!”

The gunman – who police have described only as a man – is still at large after opening fire at a dance hall.

John BowdenJanuary 22, 2023 3:27 pm


Trump is touting a new poll showing overwhelming support for the Republican Party

Donald Trump is still seeing serious support from Republicans — and he’s not keeping quiet about it.

Speaking to Truth Social on Saturday, the former president shared a news story about a new poll that showed him well ahead of his 2024 rivals.

The Harvard CAPS-Harris Study study released on The hill shows Mr. Trump leading the theoretical eight-way primary with 48 percent of voters indicating they would choose him.

That’s miles ahead of the 28 percent who favor Mr. Trump’s main rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

A long way back in third place at 7 percent is former Vice President Mike Pence, followed by former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who is tied at just 3 percent.

Megan SheetsJanuary 22, 2023 2:00 p.m

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