‘Get ready’: Trump says he will ‘most likely’ run for president again in 2024
At a rally in Sioux City, Iowa last night, Donald Trump said he was more likely than ever to run for president in 2024 — but stopped short of making any ironclad commitments.
“I would probably do it again to make our country successful, safe and glorious,” he said. “Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you—very soon. Get ready.”
Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green was among those warming up the crowd before the former president’s speech, who encouraged the crowd to cheer for Paul Pelosi, saying he should be armed and kill the man who attacked him. He had attacked and was shooting. Mr. Pelosi was released from the hospital early Thursday.
Meanwhile, the judge handling New York Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud lawsuit against the Trump Organization and the Trump family has ruled that an independent watchdog will oversee the company, limiting its ability to do business.
In addition, CNN reports that as Trump appears likely in 2024, Justice Department officials have discussed the potential need for a special counsel to investigate the Jan. 6 and Mar-Alago documents. It is expected that there will be many activities after midterms.
Marjorie Taylor Green encourages Trump supporters to boo Paul Pelosi
Marjorie Taylor Green encouraged Trump supporters to boo Paul Pelosi, criticizing him for not shooting a suspect who brutally attacked her with a hammer.
The Georgia lawmaker made the comments while speaking at the president’s one-term rally in Sioux City, Iowa, on Thursday ahead of next week’s midterm elections.
Graeme Massie has the story.
Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 12:30
The judge barred the Trump Organization from transferring assets
A New York state judge overseeing Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, his family and his real estate and licensing companies has issued an order barring the transfer of any of the former president’s or his company’s assets. Prevents without prior notice. Court and Attorney General.
New York County Superior Court Judge Arthur Engron on Thursday also granted Ms. James’ request for an independent monitor to oversee the implementation of her order, drawn from a list recommended by Ms. James and the Trump Organization.
Andrew Feinberg has the details.
Andrew NaughtyNovember 4, 2022 at 12:00
Trump is running for president again
After months of speculation, former US President Donald Trump has released his strongest hint yet that he may seek a third term in the White House in 2024.
Mr Trump said at a campaign rally in Sioux City, Iowa, on Thursday night that he would “very, very, probably” make another bid for the presidency.
“And now, to make our country successful and safe and great, I’m probably going to do it again,” Mr. Trump said at an event in support of Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley.
“Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you – very soon,” Mr Trump added as the crowd chanted his name.
The 45th president also repeated the false claim of winning the 2020 presidential election.
Alisha Rahman Sarkar reports.
Andrew NaughtyNovember 4, 2022 11:30
Police were called to report a complaint at Mar-a-Lago
Palm Beach police officers were called to Mara Lago Thursday morning after a report of a man refusing to leave the grounds of Donald Trump’s resort in Florida.
Captain Will Rothrock said Fox News who were contacted by Secret Service agents about a “common law violation complaint.”
Andrew NaughtyNovember 4, 2022 10:30
Ted Cruz complains that Trump won’t spend $100 million on GOP candidates.
The Texas senator called out the one-term president on Tuesday’s episode of his podcast. Sentence, It claims it is sitting on “a hundred million dollars” instead of using it to support pro-Trump candidates on ballots across the country.
Johanna Chisholm reports.
Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 09:15
Trump called for the impeachment of Mitch McConnell
On Thursday morning, Donald Trump called for the impeachment of Mitch McConnell: “They should impeach Mitch McConnell… They have something on him.”
Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 08:00
Could Kash Patel’s immunity deal pose a ‘serious legal risk’ to Trump?
An immunity deal granted to Donald Trump aide Kesh Patel could put the former president in legal jeopardy, experts say.
Mr. Patel previously appeared before a grand jury in October, when he invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Sravasti Dasgupta reports.
Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 06:30
What can prevent Trump from running in 2024?
But while a loss to Joe Biden in November 2020 might dent the one-term president’s pride and fuel an 18-month lie about fraudulent ballots, it now seems almost certain that Mr. Trump will run for re-election in 2024. The White House will be nominated.
What can thwart his plans?
Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 05:00
Trump’s 2024 campaign is gearing up for a post-midterm launch
Playing to a crowd of supporters in Robstown, Texas, former President Donald Trump drew cheers as he talked about his first two terms in the White House and mocked his third.
“To make our country successful, safe and great again, I’ll probably have to do it again,” he said last month.
That carefully placed “probably” may soon be dropped from Trump’s speech. The former president’s aides are quietly gearing up for a 2024 presidential campaign that could launch as soon as next week’s midterm elections, as Trump tries to use expected Republican victories to to push himself to be the leading candidate for his party’s nomination.
Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 03:30
ICYMI: Emails show Trump lawyers thought Judge Thomas was key to overturning 2020 election results.
Justice Clarence Thomas, from the start, was one of the nine Supreme Court justices whom the Trump campaign identified as an ally, according to new documents.
The release of court emails between two members of Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign legal team shows how the masterminds of the effort to delay the certification of election results in Georgia and other states thought Mr. Thomas was separating from his colleagues. He stops and keeps his mind open. The campaign’s baseless and unsubstantiated claims of fraud.
It’s a revelation that would be less stunning if his wife, Ginny Thomas, found herself at the center of a January 6 committee investigation into who helped Donald Trump try and pressure state legislatures across the country to overturn the election. Results.
John Bowden has the full story.
Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 02:45