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Former President Donald Trump Says He Can Declassify Top Secret Documents Just “By Thinking About It”

Donald Trump took the stage Friday for his last campaign-style rally of 2022, this time in Wilmington, North Carolina.

The former president is expected to be joined at the event by U.S. Representative Ted Budd, who is running for the U.S. Senate to take Richard Burr’s seat.

Ahead of the rally, Mr. Trump appeared to fall further into the world of QAnon after reposting a video on his own Truth Social network featuring images and slogans associated with the fringe conspiracy.

Scenes including a United States Capitol building with lightning bolts and the words “It’s going to be biblical”, as well as the phrase “prepare for the storm”, were among the images shown with the “Q” symbols. Mr. Trump has previously denied knowledge of the plot despite the fact that many of his supporters and Capitol rioters were linked to it.

In other news, Mr. Trump’s lawyers have been ordered to say one way or another if they actually believe the FBI planted incriminating evidence in the documents seized from Mr. Trump — or if the former president is simply bluffing to save face.


Trump rails against New York attorney general’s ‘racist’ trial

Predictably, Donald Trump is hammering New York Attorney General Letitia James for the massive fraud lawsuit she filed this week against the former president and the Trump Organization.

He told the crowd at a Friday rally in North Carolina that the costume of “that radical crackpot James” was “racist” and an “appalling and malicious abuse of power.”

“There’s never been a president who’s been through the shit that I’ve been through,” Mr Trump complained during his speech.


Donald Trump takes the stage in North Carolina

The former president took the stage after a long wait at his Friday rally in Wilmington, North Carolina.

We’ll be following all the latest from his campaign-style speech.


Trump’s bizarre theory about Biden and the ‘Phantom of the Opera’

Before Donald Trump’s rally in North Carolina on Friday, he performed a piece of the musical The Phantom of the Opera for the crowd.

The former president has a deep and somewhat odd attachment to the Broadway show.

He even thinks his recent shutdown is linked to the Biden administration.

Andrew Feinberg see you.


Follow our man on the ground for the latest from the Trump rally

The Independentit is Eric Michel Garcia is on the ground in North Carolina for today’s Trump rally.

Right now, according to Eric, the crowd is watching a Fox News clip of the Mar-a-Lago raid.

Follow @EricMGarcia for the last.


South Korean president calls US lawmakers ‘idiots’ at hot mic

Donald Trump is a man who notoriously values ​​his image.

He probably wouldn’t like criticism from America coming out of the highest levels of South Korea right now.

South Korea’s president was filmed calling US lawmakers ‘idiots’ and saying they could possibly embarrass US President Joe Biden if they don’t approve funding for global peace initiatives public health.

Gustaf Kilander has the whole story.


Trump says he threatened Taliban leader with satellite image of his home

Donald Tump has alleged that during his negotiations with the Taliban as US president, he used a satellite image of a Taliban leader’s home to threaten the terror group.

Speaking in a wide-ranging interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News this week, Mr Trump said he gave Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar a satellite image of his home as a veiled warning amid talks with the designated terrorist group.


Five key takeaways from New York’s $250 million lawsuit against Trump and what it means for 2024

New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a massive civil lawsuit on Wednesday accusing Donald Trump and his adult children of artificially inflating the value of several business entities. The lawsuit seeks to bar them from doing business in New York state, where the family has built its bones for decades.

The extent and detail of Mr. Trump’s actions, with the help of the Trump Organization’s chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, were not known until now.

Eric Garcia breaks down the key takeaways from this new effort by state officials in New York to hold Mr. Trump to account for longstanding fraud allegations:


ICYMI: Gaetz wanted Trump’s pardon

Following reports on Friday that Matt Gaetz is unlikely to be charged with an investigation into him by the Justice Department, another report last week revealed that the pro-Trump congressman had expressed a wish that the former president grants a preventive pardon before leaving. Desk.

Here is Gustaf Kilander with details:


Trump PAC raises $40 in August

Donald Trump’s super PAC raised just $40 in August, a sign his name doesn’t have the same fundraising effect it once did.

In addition to weak August numbers, the Make America Great Again, Again! super PAC only raised $351,000 in July and nothing in June. By comparison, in the last fundraising quarter of last year, the super PAC raised $4-5 million.

As Eric Garcia explains, the numbers come as Save America’s Political Action Committee pays the bill for Mr. Trump’s legal fees, which last month totaled $3.8 million and are expected to rise.


Latest efforts behind the scenes of the Trump court case

Lawyers for former President Donald Trump are reportedly engaged in a closed-door court battle to prevent a federal grand jury from hearing testimony from White House advisers to the twice-impeached former president as part of an investigation on the January 6 attack on the Capitol.

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