Donald Trump News Today: Former President Vows to Deport ‘Millions and Millions’ If Re-elected in 2024

Donald Trump News Today: Former President Vows to Deport ‘Millions and Millions’ If Re-elected in 2024

Trump Claims He Can Declassify Top Secret Documents Just By ‘Thinking About It’

Former President Donald Trump has said he would deport “millions and millions” of immigrants if he were re-elected in 2024.

During an interview with foxnews, when asked by host Sean Hannity “if you won and became president…how long do you think you could get things back to where they were when you left?” the former president said: “Very quickly, except for one thing: millions of people are in our country now who shouldn’t be here. Many of them are prisoners, criminals.”

When the host asked “would you deport them?” he replied: “I would deport the bad ones. Millions and millions of people have… are poisoning our country. They’re poisoning, I’d like to be nice about it.”

In other news, Trump’s lawyers have been ordered to say one way or another whether they truly believe the FBI planted incriminating evidence in documents seized from Trump’s home, or whether the former president is simply lying to save face.

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Trump Claims ‘Most’ FBI Agents Voted For Him Despite Accusing The Agency Of Bias

Trump’s support for law enforcement continues, as he claimed on Fox News this week that “most people inside the FBI,” outside of “major groups,” “probably voted for Trump.”

It’s a bit of an odd claim given that just a few weeks ago, Republican House Minority Leader Steve Scalise was on the same page claiming that “rogue” FBI agents may have been behind the raid. Mar-a-Lago.

The former president’s latest statement was part of a rambling and offbeat interview with Sean Hannity, his first face-to-face interview since FBI agents raided his home for classified materials.

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Trump vows to deport ‘millions’ if re-elected

Former President Donald Trump said he would deport millions of immigrants if he were re-elected in 2024.

During an interview with foxnews, when asked by host Sean Hannity “if you won and became president…how long do you think you could get things back to where they were when you left?” the former president said: “Very quickly, except for one thing: millions of people are in our country now who shouldn’t be here. Many of them are prisoners, criminals.”

When the host asked “would you deport them?” he replied: “I would deport the bad ones. Millions and millions of people have… are poisoning our country. They’re poisoning, I’d like to be nice about it.”

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Explainer: Declassification in the spotlight during the Trump investigation

In the weeks since the FBI searched Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate and seized around 100 documents with classification marks, the former president has insisted he had declassified the information. Presidents have broad authority to declassify material, experts say, but there is a different detailed process than the one Trump outlined.

Read the full article on how declassification works here:

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Bank Directors Urge to Fire Trump Official in Ethics Investigation

Senior officials at the Inter-American Development Bank voted unanimously Thursday to recommend firing a former Trump official as president of the Washington-based institution, it was reported.

Associated Press He said the move came after an investigation conducted at the request of the bank’s board found that Mauricio Claver-Carone violated ethics rules by favoring a senior adviser with whom he was romantically involved.

A person familiar with the vote said the final decision to fire Mr. Claver-Carone now rests with finance officials who sit on the Board of Governors representing the bank’s 48 member nations.

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The New York investigation found possible crimes. Why is Trump not in handcuffs?

New York’s attorney general says her three-year investigation into former President Donald Trump uncovered potential wrongdoing in the way he ran his real estate empire, including allegations of bank and insurance fraud. So why is Trump not being impeached?

State law is complicated. Letitia James, the attorney general, is subject to restrictions on what criminal investigations she can initiate herself without partnering with local prosecutors. And those investigations have yet to bear fruit against Trump himself, though his chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, pleaded guilty last month to felony charges.

Read more about the complexities of the New York investigations at The Independent:

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Trump throwing paper towels at Puerto Rico residents resurfaces as Biden pledges full support after hurricane

Videos of Donald Trump throwing paper towels at a crowd of Puerto Rican residents in October 2017 have resurfaced on social media, as President Joe Biden pledged his full support to the island, which was once again hit by a natural disaster.

Read Gustaf Kilander’s full story here:

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Three Key Questions Ginni Thomas Must Answer in January 6 Panel Interview

Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, will give unprecedented testimony before the January 6 panel about her role in the effort to overturn the 2020 election.

His involvement in the pro-Trump scheme has cast a huge shadow over the work of the Supreme Court, which was already facing historic concerns about its legitimacy from the American public.

There are several questions that Ms. Thomas is in a unique position to answer, both regarding her own activities and those of White House staff in the weeks leading up to the attack, as well as on the day of January 6 itself.

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Trump’s legal problems increase without the protection of the presidency

Donald Trump’s mounting storm of legal battles illustrates how much protection he was being afforded as president, and how all of that came to an end.

Trump’s own lawyers have illustrated that fact by refusing to back up their own client’s argument that any of the documents seized by FBI agents were declassified (so far).

Read more in the independent on the evolving nature of Donald Trump’s post-presidential legal defenses:

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How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez inadvertently sparked Trump’s lawsuit from the New York Attorney General

As the New York Attorney General announces a massive civil lawsuit aimed at holding Donald Trump accountable for allegedly fraudulent business practices, attention turns to Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her questioning of a former Trump ally that led to this week’s news. .

In 2019, Cohen testified against his former boss before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. At the time, Ms. Ocasio-Cortez asked if Trump has ever provided inflated assets to an insurance company.

Letitia James acknowledged Ms. Ocasio-Cortez’s role this week, stating: “I will remind everyone that this investigation only began after Michael Cohen, the former attorney, her former attorney, testified before Congress and shed light on this misconduct.” .

Read more in The Independent:

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Pro-Trump host Alex Jones yells ‘I’m done apologizing’ to crying Sandy Hook parents in court

The second libel trial of Alex Jones got off to a rocky start this week, as the embattled Infowars host continues to face a comeback for instigating years of right-wing harassment of the families of slain elementary school students.

The Connecticut courtroom was thrown into chaos Thursday as the far-right conspiracy theorist took the stand in his libel case and refused to acknowledge any responsibility for causing a decade of harassment of victims’ families.

“I’ve already said I’m sorry hundreds of times. And I’m done saying sorry,” she yelled across the courtroom.

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