Trump’s statement today: Judge fines Trump $1 million for ‘frivolous’ lawsuit against Hillary Clinton

Meet the Press host reveals ‘most influential person’ shaping 2024 election

Federal judge in Florida has 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,” Judge Donald M. Middlebrooks of the Southern District of Florida wrote 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.

The judge ruled that Mr. Trump and his lawyer, Alina Haba, would be jointly and severally liable for $937,989 in punitive damages.

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 Politico reporter, publisher and editor who broke the story to be jailed in an attempt to force them to identify the source of the leak.


Trump and his lawyer were fined nearly $1 million in a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton

A federal judge in Florida on Thursday fined former President Donald Trump and his legal team nearly $1 million for filing a “frivolous” lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and others.

Mr. Trump, in the lawsuit filed against former Democratic presidential nominee Mrs. Clinton and others, alleged that they tried to rig the 2016 election by falsely accusing his campaign of ties to Russia.

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

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 4:24 am


The judge denies Navarro’s attempts to dismiss the contempt case

A federal judge rejected an attempt by Trump adviser Peter Navarro to dismiss the contempt of Congress case against him.

In doing so, U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta said Mr. Navarro had failed to prove that former President Donald Trump wanted him to assert executive privilege over his potential testimony — a key claim that Mr. Navarro has long maintained it justified his decision to ignore the January 6 subpoena of the select committee

Judge Mehta also rejected most of the defenses Mr. Navarro planned to offer.

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 12:00 p.m


…Trump is furious afterwards.

Former President Donald Trump respond to Supreme CourtNews that a month-long investigation has failed to reveal who leaked last year’s draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade to A politician assuming that journalists who published the draft to be imprisoned until they produced a name.

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 11:00 a.m


The internal investigation failed to identify the source of the Supreme Court’s information on the Dobbs ruling…

Monthly investigation by the marshal of Supreme Court has been unable to ascertain who leaked the draft of the annulment judgment Roe v. Wade to A politician last year, the court said on Thursday.

In a statement, the court said the miscarriage of justice Samuel Alitodesign opinion of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Org was “one of the worst breaches of trust in its history” and “a serious assault on the judicial process,” but the man who provided the draft to two reporters for the Washington-based publication has still not been identified despite the marshal’s best efforts.

Andrew Feinberg there is the story.

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 10:00 a.m


The timeline for Biden’s 2024 announcement is becoming clearer

President Joe Biden is likely to officially declare himself a candidate for re-election after delivering his second State of the Union address in February, according to sources familiar with his plans.

In Thursday, CBS News reported that Mr. Biden intended to announce his candidacy in the 2024 election but was holding off until his Feb. 7 address to a joint session of Congress, citing his desire to be seen as a working president rather than a candidate. when making his remarks.

“That was always, always our plan. State of the Union first, candidate later,” said a source who spoke to CBS News.

Andrew Feinberg there is the story.

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 09:00


The hardliners and Santos were awarded committee seats by the Republican Party

The rightmost house Republicansearly opponents of Speaker Kevin McCarthy and even fights a new representative. George Santos everyone is in line for the desired commissions. Some are set to serve on the high-profile oversight committee investigating President Joe Biden’s administration.

Reps. Marjorie Taylor Green of Georgia and Paul Gosar of Arizona will serve on the committees after Republicans ousted Democrats from the majority. When the Democrats were in charge, both lawmakers were removed from their jobs because they were too extreme.

Santos, who admitted to lying to New York voters about his past, was given two commission assignments.

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 08:00


The White House chooses its words carefully when describing the probe into documents

When Hillary Clinton ran for president, her campaign wanted a softer way to talk about the criminal investigation into her private email server, so they called it a “security review.”

Now president Joe BidenThe team used similar language when talking about the discovery of classified documents at his home and former office in Delaware. Karin Jean-Pierreon the White House press secretary, tends to describe the situation as a “review” or “legal process,” using the term “investigation” much less frequently.

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 07:00


Judge calls Trump’s lawsuit an “abuse” of the justice system

The judge, in his 46-page order, said Donald Trump’s lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and other defendants, which include dozens of former Justice Department and FBI officials, was “frivolous” and an abuse of the judicial system.

“We are faced here with a lawsuit that should never have been brought, that is completely frivolous both in fact and in law, and that was brought in bad faith for an improper purpose,” U.S. District Court Judge Donald Middlebrooks wrote in his order .

“Mr. Trump is a prolific and sophisticated litigator who has repeatedly used the courts to seek revenge against political opponents.

“He is the mastermind of the strategic abuse of court process and cannot be seen as a litigant blindly following the advice of counsel.”

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 06:00


Trump’s lawyers were fined in November

Former President Donald Trump’s lead lawyer in the case, Alina Haba, and another lawyer were asked to pay $50,000 in punitive damages to the court and $16,274 in attorneys’ fees to one of the defendants.

The case against Hillary Clinton and other defendants was thrown out by the judge, who called the case “a two-hundred-page political manifesto.”

“In this case, the pleadings contained factual allegations that were either knowingly false or made with reckless disregard for the truth,” Judge Donald Middlebrook wrote in his order.

Alisha Rahman SarkarJanuary 20, 2023 05:19 am


The Capitol rebel who propped his feet up on Pelosi’s desk expressed regret in court

The man who propped his feet up on Nancy Pelosi’s desk as crowds flooded the halls of Congress testified in his own defense after facing eight charges, including felony charges, related to his widely-photographed role in the Capitol riots.

Richard ‘Bigo’ Barnett – whose lawyers compared him to “everyone’s crazy countryman uncle” – admitted to the jury on January 19 that “I probably shouldn’t have put my feet up on the desk”.

Alex Woodward monitor the process.

Oliver O’ConnellJanuary 20, 2023 04:30 am

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