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    White nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes was caught throwing his drink at a couple inside an In-N-Out after getting into an argument.  Fuentes, 24, was dining at the Los Angeles burger joint when he was approached by a couple who quickly got into a row with the known supremacist, a witness said.  It is unclear what the group was fighting over, but the couple reportedly got so angry they threw ketchup cups at Fuentes and his friends, TMZ reported.  Fuentes has been at the forefront of American media for the past few weeks after he was seen walking through a Miami airport with Kanye West and going to Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate.  However, on Saturday, Fuentes reportedly denied being himself, according to a woman who filmed the Holocaust denier.  'It is Nick Fuentes,' the woman said as she filmed the white nationalist, who was wearing a suit. 'He pretended that it wasn't him, but it's really him.'   Fuentes and his group appeared to be leaving the restaurant when the woman said: 'What the f**k? F**k Nick Fuentes. You racist.'  In another video,...
    Trump was hit with another court defeat when the Supreme Court refused to block an order allowing the House Ways and Means Committee to obtain six years of his tax returns from the Treasury Department. Outgoing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) applauded the ruling. "These documents are vital to meeting the House’s Constitutional mandate: guarding the public interest, defending our national security and holding our public officials to account," she wrote in a statement. Heres more about the order against Trump: BREAKING: Appeals Court Blocks Special Masters Review Of Documents Taken From Trumps Mar-A-Lagowww.youtube.com
    Donald Trump was left enraged after having dinner at his Mar-a-Lago estate with rapper Kanye West and white supremacist Nick Fuentes, a new report claims on Tuesday. Trump told Fox News on Tuesday that he did not know who Fuentes was, and distanced himself from his racism after being implored to do so by a growing number of fellow Republicans. 'I had never heard of the man - I had no idea what his views were, and they weren’t expressed at the table in our very quick dinner, or it wouldn't have been accepted,' he said.  Trump called the meeting 'uneventful.'  In a video posted after the meeting, West - now known as Ye - said he told Trump he was considering running for president in 2024 and that the ex-president should be his running mate.  The former president, who declared his own White House bid two weeks ago, was 'basically screaming,' the rapper said in his Twitter video titled 'Mar-a-lago debrief.' 'He tried to f*** me. He’s crazy. He can’t beat me,' Trump reportedly said to allies after the...
    Scandal-hit racist Kanye West last night dined with white supremacist and holocaust denier Nick Fuentes- days after they both paid ex-President Donald Trump a visit together at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.  Sporting an all-black outfit, Kanye, 45, known as Ye, stepped out with his hood over a camo cap for the meal with Fuentes, 24, at Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica.  Fuentes, wearing a yellow YE24 jumper and black jacket with the same slogan, seemingly in a nod of support to Kanye's 2024 presidential bid, also donned sunglasses and a cross and chain for the dinner.  Both controversial figures have come under fire for their views, with Kanye making a series of anti-Semitic remarks on social media and in interviews. Meanwhile, Fuentes is a vocal Holocaust denier and white supremacist who seeks to forge a white nationalist alternative to the mainstream GOP. Sporting an all-black outfit, Kanye, 45, known as Ye, stepped out with his hood over a camo cap for the meal with Fuentes, 24, at Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica Fuentes, pictured, wearing a yellow...
    Former President Donald Trump continued to play defense against claims he was wrong to have dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Kanye West and white nationalist Nick Fuentes. Trump, posting on his Truth Social account, was defiant amid the media criticism of the meeting with the embattled rapper and Fuentes.  The 45th president caused an outrage - even among some Republicans - when it was revealed he had dinner with Fuentes, described as an alt-right figure and a 'white supremacist,' at his Palm Beach home. Ye, as the rapper West goes by now, was also present.  Trump posted: 'So I help a seriously troubled man, who just happens to be black, Ye (Kanye West), who has been decimated in his business and virtually everything else, and who has always been good to me, by allowing his request for a meeting at Mar-a-Lago, alone, so that I can give him very much needed 'advice.''  He added: 'He shows up with 3 people, two of which I didn't know, the other a political person who I haven't seen in years. I told him don't run...
    Former President Donald Trump is being criticized for associating himself with far-right activist Nick Fuentes and disgraced rapper Kanye West - two men who have promoted antisemitism and hate - after the three dined together at Mar-a-Lago earlier this week. David M. Friedman, an Orthodox Jew who served as Trump's ambassador to Israel during his presidency, publicly blasted the former president for hosting the duo, tweeting that Trump was 'better than this.'  Trump was reportedly 'very taken' with Fuentes during the impromptu dinner and was impressed by his ability to 'rattle off statistics and recall speeches dating back to his 2016 campaign' - but had no clue of his controversial background, sources told Axios. The Justice Department in a 2021 complaint referred to Fuentes, an alt-right figure, as a 'white supremacist' and 'America First' podcaster.' In an episode of his podcast, Fuentes 'jokingly' denied the Holocaust and compared Jews who were burnt in Nazi concentration camps to cookies in an oven. The dinner on Tuesday is the latest example of the former president associating himself with individuals with extreme or racist views despite his own son-in-law Jared...
    Donald Trump and Kanye West had dinner at Mar-a-Lago Tuesday night and the disgraced artist who goes by “Ye” brought a guest, the white supremacist, antisemite and “America First” and “Big Lie” purveyor Nick Fuentes. Now the former president is claiming Fuentes was a guest of West, and he knows “nothing” about him. “Trump’s direct engagement with a man labeled a ‘white supremacist’ by the Justice Department, one week after declaring his 2024 candidacy, is likely to draw renewed outrage over the former president’s embrace of extremists,” Axios’ Jonathan Swan and Zachary Basu report. Axios notes that in a video West posted to his recently restored Twitter account, he says, “Trump was ‘really impressed’ with Fuentes because ‘unlike so many of the lawyers and so many people that he was left with on his 2020 campaign, he’s actually a loyalist.'” “Ye, who has lost major sponsorships over his anti-Semitism and recent far-right associations, has said he wants to run for president in 2024,” Axios adds. “The rapper claims Trump started ‘screaming’ at him at the dinner and told him he...
    Joe Raedle/Getty Images As Donald Trump attempts to downplay his evening with Kanye West and Nick Fuentes, new reporting from Jonathan Swan asserts that the former president warmly recieved the Holocaust-denying White nationalist. Political observers were shocked and outraged when news broke that Fuentes and the rapper known as Ye had dinner with Trump this week at his Mar-a-Lago resort. West has been under public scrutiny for weeks over his bizarre, anti-semitic statements, while Fuentes is an alt-right white supremacist known for defending segregation, denying the Holocaust, admiring fascists, and his other violent and hostile rhetoric. Swan reported for Axios that Trump hosted Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago, and the former president seemingly confirmed it with a sequence of statements on that night. While Trump described the dinner as “quick and uneventful” while describing Fuentes as an unexpected guest, Swan provided new details to his original report, and they suggest Trump took a liking to Fuentes throughout their meeting. From the report: A source familiar with the dinner conversation told Axios that Trump “seemed very taken” with Fuentes, impressed that the...
    By Maeve Reston | CNN Former President Donald Trump hosted White nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes and rapper Kanye West at his Mar-a-Lago estate this week, demonstrating his continued willingness to associate with figures who have well-publicized antisemitic views as he embarks on another White House run. West, who has legally changed his name to Ye, posted a video Thursday on Twitter in which he claimed that Trump “is really impressed with Fuentes,” who has repeatedly made antisemitic and racist comments as chronicled by the Anti-Defamation League. Fuentes, West said in the Twitter video, “is actually a loyalist” to Trump, unlike others who he said abandoned the former president after the 2020 election. In a text message conversation tweeted by West on Thursday, he and Fuentes said they both met with the former president. A source confirmed to CNN Trump’s dinner with Fuentes and West, who became engulfed in controversy after repeating antisemitic conspiracy theories and making other offensive claims during an appearance on a podcast in October. Trump acknowledged the dinner in a post on Truth Social Friday...
    Former President Donald Trump said Friday that disgraced rapper Kanye West showed up at Mar-a-Lago 'unexpectedly' and said he 'knew nothing about' his posse - that included a prominent white nationalist.  'This past week, Kanye West called me to have dinner at Mar-a-Lago. Shortly thereafter, he unexpectedly showed up with three of his friends, whom I knew nothing about,' the ex-president said. 'We had dinner on Tuesday evening with many members present on the back patio. The dinner was quick and uneventful. They then left for the airport.'  West had previously revealed that Trump - who has already announced he'd be running for the White House in 2024 - rejected the rapper's request to be the ex-president's vice presidential pick.  West has also announced he plans to run for president in 2024.   In a two-minute campaign promo posted to Twitter Thursday, the embattled artist - who has faced backlash for his remarks disparaging Jewish people - expanded on those plans, revealing he met with Trump, 76, Wednesday to discuss them. A day earlier, West, 45, was seen traveling with known white nationalist...
    Former President Donald Trump did, in fact, dine with white nationalist Nick Fuentes at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Tuesday, according to multiple reports. Fuentes had been spotted at Trump's resort alongside designer and rapper Kanye West, who met with Trump on Tuesday and allegedly asked the former president to run as his vice president in 2024. Earlier reports claimed that Fuentes did not have dinner with Trump himself; however, two sources told Axios that Fuentes was present, and Trump appeared to acknowledge the meeting to the outlet but said he had never met Fuentes before the dinner. YE24: KANYE WEST CLAIMS HE ASKED TRUMP TO BE VICE PRESIDENT "Kanye West very much wanted to visit Mar-a-Lago," Trump said in a statement. "Our dinner meeting was intended to be Kanye and me only, but he arrived with a guest whom I had never met and knew nothing about." In a new video from West, who now goes by Ye, the former president was reportedly "really impressed" with Fuentes, whom Ye called a "loyalist" unlike...
    Joe Raedle/Getty Images Former President Donald Trump seemingly confirmed reports he hosted white supremacist Nick Fuentes at his Mar-a-Lago property during a meeting with Kanye West. West, now going by Ye, posted a video describing his meeting with Trump where he claimed he asked the former president to be his vice president — Trump officially announced he’s running for president in 2024, while Ye claims he’ll be throwing in on another independent run. Trump provided a statement on Friday, which was posted by Axios reporter Jonathan Swan, responding to the Fuentes drama. “Kanye West very much wanted to visit Mar-a-Lago. Our dinner meeting was intended to be Kanye and me only, but he arrived with a guest whom I had never met and knew nothing about,” Trump said. The statement was in response to an Axis report on Fuentes meeting with the former president. Axios reporters Swan and Zachary Basu reported: Fuentes, who frequently promotes racist and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, had been spotted with Ye at Mar-a-Lago, but reports erroneously suggested he did not have dinner with the former president....
    Did former President Donald Trump host white supremacist Nick Fuentes at a Mar-a-Lago dinner with rapper Kanye West? Apparently yes. On Wednesday, Politico national political correspondent Meridith McGraw tweeted, “According to a source, far-right extremist Nick Fuentes was spotted with Kanye West at Mar-a-Lago. West tweeted last night he met with Trump at the club. West and Fuentes were also seen together at Miami airport.” She added, citing the Daily Beast’s Zachary Petrizzo, that West, but not Fuentes, had dinner with Trump. Daily Beast @ZTPetrizzo confirms Fuentes was spotted at the club and adds, “A source familiar with the matter told The Daily Beast that while West had dinner with Trump, Fuentes was not present.” https://t.co/Kv4FFpaBna — Meridith McGraw (@meridithmcgraw) November 24, 2022 Axios’ Jonathan Swan refuted Petrizzo’s reporting. “This source is wrong. Nick Fuentes in fact did have dinner with Trump and Kanye at Mar-a-Lago and spoke directly with the former president, per sources with direct knowledge,” he tweeted. This source is wrong. Nick Fuentes in fact did have dinner with Trump and Kanye at Mar-a-Lago...
    In his latest quest for attention, rapper Kanye West posted a video of him debriefing his and white supremacist Nick Fuentes’ meeting with Trump at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. Filmed at “Yeezy HQ” in Los Angeles, Kanye said in the video, posted to his Twitter account on Thursday. Recalling the meeting, which apparently went not well, West said, “I think the thing that Trump was most perturbed about me asking him to be my vice president [in 2024]. I think that was like lower on the list of things that caught him off guard. It was the fact that I walked in with intelligence.” West noted that Trump was “really impressed” with Fuentes. “So Trump is really impressed with Nick Fuentes, and Nick Fuentes, unlike so many of the lawyers of so many people that he was left with on his 2020 campaign, he’s actually a loyalist,” he said. West remarked that he told Trump to remember who is loyal to him. “When he didn’t know where the lawyers is, you’ll still have your loyalists. And when...
    Kanye West has revealed Donald Trump rejected his request to run under him in the upcoming 2024 election, less than a week after the rapper announced plans to once again run for president. In a two-minute campaign promo posted to Twitter Thursday, the embattled artist - who has faced backlash for his remarks disparaging Jewish people - expanded on those plans, revealing he met with Trump, 72, Wednesday to discuss them. Earlier that day, West, 45, was seen traveling with known white nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, as he headed to  Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida before enjoying dinner with the former president. In the brief clip, West offered his own account of the sitdown, which he said saw him air his presidential aspirations to the former commander-in-chief, who announced his own renewed bid for the Oval Office last week. Titled 'Mar-a-Lago debrief,' the abrupt campaign teaser comes just days after West was spotted in Beverly Hills with the white supremacist, who has emerged as one of the leading figures of the far-right for his views on Jews and other minority groups. The pair then...
    Kanye West was seen traveling with white nationalist and Holocaust denier to visit Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida before enjoying dinner alone with the former president.  West, 45, posted a poll on Twitter on Tuesday asking his 32 million followers if he should ask the former president to be his 'running mate in 2024,' and it appears the rapper had arrived with Fuentes, 24.  Fuentes and the Grammy award winner were spotted inside a Miami airport wearing blue jackets in a video posted on Wednesday as they made their way toward the Florida mansion.  Politico journalist Meridith McGraw posted on Twitter that a source confirmed the pair had arrived at the mansion, but Daily Beast said only West enjoyed dinner with Trump.  It is unclear if Fuentes met Trump - who recently announced he will be running in 2024 - while at the resort.  West and Fuentes were spotted together in Beverly Hills days before the pair traveled to Miami together, according to Right Wing Watch.  Kanye West was seen traveling with Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes to visit Donald Trump's...
    Politico’s national political correspondent Meridith McGraw tweeted on Wednesday evening that, according to a source, rapper Kanye West, who sparked controversy in recent weeks with various anti-Semitic statements, was seen at Mar-a-Lago with avowed white nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes. “According to a source, far-right extremist Nick Fuentes was spotted with Kanye West at Mar-a-Lago. West tweeted last night he met with Trump at the club. West and Fuentes were also seen together at Miami airport,” tweeted McGraw. According to a source, far-right extremist Nick Fuentes was spotted with Kanye West at Mar-a-Lago. West tweeted last night he met with Trump at the club. West and Fuentes were also seen together at Miami airport. — Meridith McGraw (@meridithmcgraw) November 23, 2022 Video of West and a person who appeared to be Fuentes in sunglasses walking through the Miami airport quickly went viral online and was flagged by hate monitor Right Wing Watch. “On his way to meet Trump at Mar-a-Lago yesterday, Kanye West was filmed walking through Miami’s airport with misogynistic antisemitic white nationalist Christian fascist...
    They came with flags, t-shirts and hats emblazoned with their idol Donald Trump. Fans of the former US president gathered around his home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, waiting for hours for the expected announcement of his 2024 presidential bid. “I’m so excited. It’s almost like Christmas morning and Santa Claus is coming,” laughed Stacey Bovasso, 54. “Donald Trump is our president and we want him back.” Like this tech company employee, many have taken their afternoons and even their days to be here. They share the oft-denied belief that the 2020 election was stolen from Donald Trump, who has been hammering it for two years. For 41-year-old Daniel Thibow, who traveled nearly 300km from Tampa in the state’s west, he had no doubts. “The next election will be the third election he will win. The last one he lost was due to fraud.” Reject? © AFP A supporter of Donald Trump waits for a speech by the former president at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida on November 15, 2022. On the bridge leading to the...
    Former President Donald Trump is expected to declare 2024 bid for the White House during an address Tuesday evening. His remarks, which will be delivered at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, are scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. EST. Click here for an exclusive preview. Follow live updates here. More from Midterms Midterm results: Democrat Yadira Caraveo defeats Kirkmeyer in race for Colorado House seat November 15, 2022 08:18 PM Midterm results: Republican Michelle Steel wins race for Southern California House seat November 15, 2022 08:11 PM McConnell-linked super PAC pours $14 million into Georgia Senate runoff November 15, 2022 05:10 PM America's voters wisely decided both parties deserved to lose November 15, 2022 04:16 PM Voters sent a message in the midterm elections to both Biden and Trump — will either listen? November 15, 2022 03:54 PM Justin Amash offers to serve as 'nonpartisan' House speaker November 15, 2022 03:46 PM Opinion Apparent Russian missile strike in Poland is major escalation...
    Former President Donald Trump invited press and the MAGA faithful down to Mar-a-Lago Tuesday night for a 'special announcement' that all but confirmed his ambitions to run for the White House in 2024.   Gold-colored folding chairs adorned the Mar-a-Lago ballroom's floors on Tuesday and chandeliers hung from the ceiling in a symbol of opulence for the occasion. It comes the same day as a new poll showed Trump with a commanding lead in a field of potential 2024 candidates, including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has yet to rule out his own White House campaign against Trump.   The former president has responded by calling the governor 'disloyal,' 'average' and 'Ron DeSanctimonious' amid a flurry of other insults.  Asked about that criticism on Tuesday, DeSantis suggested he was unfazed - but went out of his way to target 'the corporate media' more directly than the former president. 'When you're leading, when you're getting things done, yeah you take incoming fire - that's just the nature of it,' DeSantis said. 'I roll out of bed in the morning, I've got corporate media...
    Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis dismissed Donald Trump's recent spate of angry attacks against him as 'noise' and touted his own strong endorsement record in the 2022 midterm elections during a press conference on Tuesday. DeSantis fired back at the former president hours before Trump is expected to announce another campaign for the White House at his Mar-a-Lago estate on Tuesday night. It's the latest hit in the two GOP giants' Sunshine State turf war, and a larger fight for control of the Republican Party. DeSantis has enraged Trump by refusing to rule out a primary challenge against him in 2024. The former president has responded by calling the governor 'disloyal' amid a flurry of other insults. Asked about that criticism on Tuesday, DeSantis suggested he was unfazed - but went out of his way to target 'the corporate media' more directly than the former president.  'When you're leading, when you're getting things done, yeah you take incoming fire - that's just the nature of it,' DeSantis said. 'I roll out of bed in the morning, I've got corporate media...
    The Trump family has signed a licensing deal with the Saudi developer behind a massive $1.6 billion hotel and golf project in Oman. It means the Trump name will adorn the resort and villas being built on a hillside next to the Gulf of Oman in the sort of deal that was a huge source of revenue for the Trump Organization before Donald Trump became president. And it comes as the former president has stoked massive expectation that he will launch a run for the White House when he makes a 'big announcement' at his Mar-a-Lago home on Tuesday evening.  The family business agreed not to pursue international deals when Trump was at the White House and on Monday a New York judge appointed a monitor to oversee some aspects of the company while an investigation into business practices continues. The Trump Organization confirmed the deal with Saudi developer Dar Al Arkan but did not say how much it was worth to the company.  'It is an honor to work with Dar Al Arkan, who share our vision for superior...
    Donald Trump kept documents marked 'classified' and 'secret' at his Mar-a-Lago home along with communications from an author, a religious leader and a pollster, new FBI court filings say. The former president's Florida home was raided in August and a huge cache of documents purported to be confidential government records illegally retained from his time in office were seized by bureau agents. The latest court filings said some documents were kept in the desk drawer of his Mar-a-Lago office, with one marked 'secret' and another marked 'confidential'. Records say agents also found three 'communications' from an author, a religious leader and a pollster, dated after Trump left the Oval Office. The records could be evidence that the former president wilfully held on to classified documents when he was no longer president of the United States. Whether the documents were indeed classified is in dispute. Trump claims all documents in his possession had been declassified before he left office, yet no evidence has emerged to support his claims. Meanwhile, his lawyers have not repeated his claim in court. The latest details came...
    Tiffany Trump married Michael Boulos seemingly without a hitch at Mar-a-Lago this weekend. Hurricane Nicole hit Florida on Thursday, causing all the staff at the Palm Beach resort to be sent home Wednesday, and it did not reopen until Friday night. A rehearsal dinner was slated in Trump's and fiancee Boulos's honor that night. Ivanka Trump posted photos of her family to her Instagram, including a photo of herself and the bride, her half-sister, to her story at the wedding on Saturday. TIFFANY TRUMP'S WEDDING IN JEOPARDY DUE TO HURRICANE NICOLE Former President Donald Trump also confirmed in a post to his Truth Social that the wedding was still set for Mar-a-Lago. "She and Michael are a beautiful couple who will be very happy together," Trump said of Tiffany. "A big thank you and congratulations to Tiffany’s mother, Marla, on the bringing up of a really great daughter!" The bride wore a long-sleeved, beaded Elie Saab gown. Her wedding party wore baby blue. "Tiffany Trumps wedding was a Blue Wave,"...
    TIFFANY Trump stuns onlookers in a sparkling Elie Saab gown as her father, Donald Trump, walks her down the aisle at her Mar-A-Lago wedding to Michael Boulos. The former president’s youngest daughter tied the knot with her longtime partner at Trump’s mansion in Palm Beach, Florida. 5Tiffany Trump wore a stunning Elie Saab gown for her wedding on SaturdayCredit: Pichichipixx for The US Sun 5Tiffany sits with her father, Donald TrumpCredit: Pichichipixx for The US Sun 5For the reception, Tiffany changed into a simpler, strapless gownCredit: Instagram Tiffany, 29, wore a gorgeous custom-made long-sleeve dress with intricate beading. The bride wore a gorgeous veil along with the dress and accessorized with dangling diamond and pearl earrings. To keep her makeup look simple, Tiffany wore a stunning smokey eye and a pale, pink lip. A source told Page Six that Tiffany “is obsessed with glamour and glitz as well as beauty and romance,” making it no surprise that her dress was so elegant. READ MORE TIFFANY TRUMPGLAM EVENT Donald walks daughter down the aisle as she marries Michael Boulos 'IT'S HER...
    FORMER President Donald Trump appeared to be napping in first-glimpse pictures of him hours before his daughter Tiffany's wedding after spending some time at the golf course, The US Sun can exclusively reveal Trump was captured wearing a MAGA hat in his motorcade en route back to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida hours before Tiffany ties the knot there with her billionaire fiancé Michael Boulos. 5The U.S. 45th President Donald Trump was captured wearing a MAGA hat while en route in Mar A LagoCredit: Pichichipixx  for The US Sun 5Trump was pictures on the move after spending a day at the golf course on his daughter’s wedding dayCredit: Pichichipixx  for The US Sun 5In the photos of the businessman, his eyes seem to be closed like he may be getting a quick nap in before the weddingCredit: Pichichipixx  for The US Sun 5His daughter, Tiffany Trump's lavish wedding is being held at the Trump International Golf Club in the Palm Beach, Florida resortCredit: Pichichipixx  for The US Sun 5Trump looks like he's catching Z's on the ride from golfingCredit:...
    Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.Tiffany Trump is so often forgotten among Donald Trump’s adult children. But for one brief Saturday, the former president’s 27-year-old daughter will be the focus of media and family attention as the Trumps gather in Mar-a-Lago for Tiffany’s wedding to her fiancé, a Lebanese billionaire heir named Michael Boulos. Or at least that’s what one might reasonably expect. But after a gaggle of Trump-endorsed Republican candidates lost in the midterm elections, the GOP knives are out and dad is in the midst of a vintage meltdown. Who knows what chaos could erupt at Mar-a-Lago, as many in the GOP blame Trump for backing extremist, lying candidates and setting the stage for what proved to be a red dribble.  Control of Congress has yet to be determined—but watch out wedding guests. Ketchup may fly during the traditional father of the bride speech. An early warning sign: Look how sullen Trump appeared to be while practicing the walk down the aisle on Friday night:...
    Donald Trump announced he would be delivering his promised 'special announcement' this Tuesday at 9pm EST from his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida. It is expected but not confirmed that the former president will be announcing his intent to run for president again in 2024.  Trump announced during a rally last Monday that he would be making a statement next week, but whether it would finally happen seemed up in the air after his GOP aides implored him to put off the announcement until after the Georgia senate seat runoff.  The Georgia runoff is scheduled for December 6, and has the potential to decide the fate of the majority in the senate.  Finalized plans for the announcement come as the president began ramping up attacks on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who decidedly won his re-election bid on Tuesday and has been predicted to be a GOP rival to Trump in 2024. Trump announced during a rally last Monday that he would be making a statement this Tuesday Both Trump's former chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and his former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany...
    Donald Trump's attorneys urged a court to allow the special master to proceed with reviewing the 11,000 documents seized from Mar-a-Lago, arguing he could experience irreparable damage without the review. The arguments come as the Justice Department appealed the decision to let special master U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie review the documents found at Mar-a-Lago. In arguing that the special master's appointment be upheld on Thursday, attorneys James Trusty and Christopher Kise characterized the Justice Department's investigation as 'unprecedented' and as being carried out by 'the administration of his political rival.' The current appeal is the latest in a back and forth of appeals which have dogged the investigation into the hundreds of documents - purported to be confidential government records illegally taken by Trump to his Florida home - seized by the FBI in August. Trump's attorneys have argued that many of the documents seized by the FBI were merely personal documents, and that the Justice Department is trying to 'criminalize' Trump for possessing his own 'personal records.' They have also argued that the contents of personal documents seized in the raid...
    Former President Donald Trump addressed supporters at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and touted his endorsement record on the night of the midterm elections. Trump, who is widely expected to announce a 2024 run for president next week, showcased his picks in races that were generally predicted to go for the GOP. MIDTERMS 2022 LIVE UPDATES The former president congratulated Sen.-elects Ted Budd (R-NC), J.D. Vance (R-OH), and Eric Schmidt (R-MO), among others. "Marco [Rubio] had a fantastic evening, at 58-41. That’s really — that’s really tremendous. That’s as of this moment. Katie Britt — I want to congratulate Katie Britt. We endorsed Katie. And she did fantastically, 68-30. That means she has a future: young and just fantastic," Trump said Tuesday evening. He also discussed his rally in Ohio on Monday, in which he addressed a crowd despite a rain storm, quipping to his supporters about what President Joe Biden would have done in those conditions. Trump also called it a "great honor" to have members of the media present...
    Former President Donald Trump showed he could get down and dirty at his Mar-A-Lago Halloween party, where he was spotted dancing to the YMCA song with a naughty nurse and a pope.  Although Trump, 76, failed to form the letters throughout the song, he was seen on video pumping his arms, swaying back and forth, and clapping as partygoers energetically danced the night away on Sunday.  The politician, who is rumored to be running for president again in 2024, danced alongside a Biden impersonator, two naughty nurses, and a pope as they all smiled and jumped around.  The extravagant bash was held at the ritzy mansion, which was recently raided by the FBI, and featured expensive decorations, including many balloons and banners in the colors red and white, large clown heads, and a ticket booth.  He was joined by many guests in costumes, although he chose not to dress up.   Former President Donald Trump showed he could get down and dirty at his Mar-A-Lago Halloween party, where he was spotted dancing to the YMCA song with a naughty nurse and...
    Police responded to a trespassing call at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club on Thursday. Palm Beach Police were parked outside the back of Trump's Florida club and residence, but have left, according to WPBF 25News. The Secret Service are conducting a sweep of the premises. No other details are known yet. The call comes just three months after the FBI raided the former president's private Palm Beach residence. Palm Beach police responded to a trespassing call at former President Donald Trump's Florida Mar-a-Lago resort on Thursday, a local report claims At the same time the report was posted to Twitter, Trump was sending out a flurry of endorsements from his Save American PAC email on Thursday morning – just five days until the 2022 midterm elections on November 8.  The trespassing call at Mar-a-Lago also follows a rise in violence and public hostility against politicians. A man broke into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco home where the suspect beat her husband Paul over the head with a hammer and allegedly said he was there to bash in the...
    TRUMP'S Mar-a-LAGO resort was swarmed by cops today over reports of a trespasser at his Florida home. Palm Beach Police were parked outside the back of the former president's Florida club and residence this morning, WPBF 25News reports. 1Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort was swarmed by cops this morning The Secret Service later swooped in - conducting a sweep of the premises. Most read in NewsLIFE BEHIND BARS Parkland school shooter, 24, sentenced to life in prison for killing 17GRIM HISTORY Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen's dark past emerges after shocking arrestCLIFFTOP KILLER Moment husband who pushed wife off cliff poses for snap at death scene'NO MERCY' Killer who butchered 2 boys to death while mom slept faces death penalty YOU MIGHT LIKERECOMMENDED FOR YOUMORE FOR YOUMore from The Sunbloody rampage Man kills 2 research scientists then leaves mom-of-5 dead in murder-suicideLIFE BEHIND BARS Parkland school shooter, 24, sentenced to life in prison for killing 17GRIM HISTORY Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen's dark past emerges after shocking arrestCLIFFTOP KILLER Moment husband who pushed wife off cliff poses for snap at death...
    Among the many top secret and classified documents Donald Trump unlawfully kept at his Mar-a-Lago residence were “highly sensitive intelligence” about Iran and China, which experts say could put the United States at risk if that information reached the wrong hands. “The secret documents about Iran and China are considered among the most sensitive the FBI has recovered to date in its investigation of Trump and his aides for possible mishandling of classified information, obstruction and destruction of government records,” The Washington Post reports. “Unauthorized disclosures of specific information in the documents would pose multiple risks, experts say,” The Post explains. “People aiding U.S. intelligence efforts could be endangered, and collection methods could be compromised. In addition, other countries or U.S. adversaries could retaliate against the United States for actions it has taken in secret.” READ MORE: ‘This Is a Big Deal’: Legal Experts Say New Testimony Means ‘Trump Is the Target’ and DOJ ‘Heading Toward Indictment’ It could also “expose intelligence-gathering methods that the United States wants to keep hidden from the world.” The former president, a proven serial...
    Among the document tranche confiscated by the FBI from Mar-a-Lago were reportedly classified documents outlining sensitive information about Iran and China. At least one of the sensitive papers detailed information about Iran's missile program, and those familiar with the document saga feared that if the classified material seized from Mar-a-Lago ended up in the wrong hands, it could have exposed sensitive intelligence-gathering methods, the Washington Post reported. 'ENTIRELY NEW CATEGORY': TRUMP MAKES STRIKING COMBO CLAIM OVER TWO MAR-A-LAGO DOCUMENTS So far, the material about China and Iran are some of the most sensitive documents that the FBI has recovered from Mar-a-Lago, sources told the newspaper. Some of the material collected from former President Donald Trump's resort in Palm Beach, Florida, was so sensitive that numerous senior national security officials don't have access to them, according to the news outlet. Shortly after the bombshell Aug. 8 raid, reports surfaced that government officials had been on the hunt for documents related to nuclear weapons. Investigators found a document in Mar-a-Lago that discussed a foreign country's nuclear...
    The contents of the classified documents recovered from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate included information about Iran's missile program and intelligence work aimed at China, The Washington Post reported Friday.  If this information seeped out, experts told The Post, people aiding U.S. intelligence efforts could be put in danger and collection methods could be exposed. The U.S. could also face retaliation from foes.   Sources told The Post that the secret documents related to Iran and China were among the most sensitive found when the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago on August 8.  The contents of the classified documents recovered from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate included information about Iran's missile program and intelligence work aimed at China, The Washington Post reported Friday Authorities stand outside Mar-a-Lago, the residence of former President Donald Trump, amid reports of the FBI executing a search warrant on August 8 as a part of a document investigation  Former President Donald Trump has provided a number of defenses for why the information made it to his Florida members-only club and home, including that a president can declassify information 'even by...
    L: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images R: Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images Former Trump administration official Kash Patel was spotted making an appearance before a grand jury even as former President Donald Trump‘s team has launched a PR gambit looking to “move on” from the Mar-a-Lago probe. According to a new report from CNN’s Katelyn Polantz, Zachary Cohen, and Casey Gannon, Patel was spotted at a federal courthouse in Washington, DC, Thursday. He was making an appearance before the grand jury in the bombshell investigation of Trump for crimes involving the Espionage Act from documents seized in a search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort home: Kash Patel, a top adviser to former President Donald Trump who has been deeply involved in disputes over classified records Trump kept from his presidency, appeared recently before the federal grand jury looking into the handling of documents at Mar-a-Lago, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN. Patel spent several hours throughout the morning of October 13 before a grand jury at the US courthouse in Washington, DC. But it’s not clear if Patel answered the grand jury’s questions or declined to respond citing...
    Special master Judge Raymond Dearie voiced frustration over the lack of information he has received from former President Donald Trump's legal team during a conference call Tuesday. Dearie, who is the third-party lawyer appointed to filter out any privileged material from the Mar-a-Lago raid stash, argued an initial log the Trump team provided him was slim on details, making it difficult for him to adjudicate whether he should shield the material in question from the Justice Department's investigation of Trump's handling of documents. DOJ ASKS APPEALS COURT TO HALT TRUMP SPECIAL MASTER IN MAR-A-LAGO CASE “It’s a little perplexing as I go through the log,” Dearie explained during the call, the New York Times reported. “What’s the expression — ‘Where’s the beef?’ I need some beef.” The Tuesday call with lawyers from both sides largely centered around a subset of documents that the DOJ separated from the main batch by the department's in-house filter team, according to the report. The call could preview additional points of friction between Dearie and Trump's team when they move on...
    No former president in U.S. history has been the subject of more investigations than Donald Trump. Twenty and one-half months into Joe Biden’s presidency, Trump continues to be investigated by everyone from Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis to New York State Attorney General Letitia James to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) — which has been probing not only his January 6, 2021-related activities, but also, government documents being stored at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago compound in Palm Beach, Florida. In May, DOJ issued a subpoena demanding that Trump return any classified documents he had in his possession — and according to reporting in the New York Times, “security camera footage” shows a Trump aide, Walt Nauta, moving boxes in and out of a Mar-a-Lago storage room both “before and after” that subpoena was issued. In an article published by the Times on October 12, journalists Maggie Haberman and Alan Feuer report, “The footage showed Walt Nauta, a former military aide who left the White House and then went to work for Mr. Trump at Mar-a-Lago, moving boxes from...
    Joe Raedle/Getty Images Ex-Trump WH staffer-turned-Mar-a-Lago staffer Walt Nauta was caught on camera moving boxes at Mar-a-Lago before and after the Justice Department demanded the return of documents that were eventually seized, according to 3 Maggie Haberman sources. Haberman has dropped scoop after scoop about the Justice Department’s investigation of former President Donald Trump for crimes involving the Espionage Act after thousands of documents — some bearing classified markings — were seized from his home in August. Her latest expands on bombshell reporting from The Washington Post, and the new report by Haberman and Alan Feuer reveals that three sources say Nauta was captured multiple times moving boxes at Mar-a-Lago: A long-serving aide to former President Donald J. Trump was captured on security camera footage moving boxes out of a storage room at Mar-a-Lago, Mr. Trump’s residence in Florida, both before and after the Justice Department issued a subpoena in May demanding the return of all classified documents, according to three people familiar with the matter. The footage showed Walt Nauta, a former military aide who left the White House and then went to work for Mr....
    Emily Elconin/Getty Images A bombshell report from the Washington Post on Wednesday details a new revelation from a Trump employee, told to federal agents, that boxes of documents were moved at Mar-a-Lago “at the specific direction” of former President Donald Trump. The Post’s Devlin Barrett and Josh Dawsey reported that “according to people familiar with the investigation, who say the witness account — combined with security-camera footage — offers key evidence of Donald Trump’s behavior as investigators sought the return of classified material.” The new revelation adds further detail to the period before the FBI raid of Trump’s private home on August 8th, which led to the seizure of 11,000 documents wrongfully taken by Trump to his private home, including dozens marked classified or top-secret. “The people familiar with the investigation said agents have gathered witness accounts indicating that, after Trump advisers received a subpoena in May for any classified documents that remained at Mar-a-Lago, Trump told people to move boxes to his residence at the property.” the Post added, which would directly implicate Trump in efforts to retain documents...
    During his rallies over the weekend to boost MAGA candidates in the 2022 midterm elections, former President Donald Trump made it easier for the Justice Department to bring a criminal case against him, a top prosecutor for special counsel Robert Mueller argued on Monday. Andrew Weissmann, a former Justice Department official and FBI general counsel who was known as Mueller's "pit bull," made the assessment stressing that Trump's own comments bode ill for him as the federal government's investigation into the former president's handling of records heats up. He was making an appearance on MSNBC alongside New York Times journalist Michael Schmidt, who has reported several scoops on the documents inquiry. TRUMP LAWYER WHO SIGNED LETTER ON CLASSIFIED RECORDS SPEAKS WITH AUTHORITIES: REPORT "I look at this with my former prosecutor’s hat on, and the reporting from Mike and Maggie Haberman and the speech that you talked about that he gave over the weekend are really damning evidence because the typical defense for somebody like Donald Trump is what a CEO argues, which is 'I didn’t know the details, I...
    Former OAN host and attorney for former President Donald Trump, Christina Bobb, reportedly spoke with federal investigators on Friday and worked to clarify her role in signing a letter declaring Trump had no more documents at his Florida home – which turned out to be false. Bobb signed the certified statement on June 3rd, two months before the FBI searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate with a search warrant and seized 11,000 documents wrongfully taken to the former presidents resident. NBC’s Marc Caputo reported Bobb “named two other Trump attorneys involved with the case.” Bobb reportedly told investigators that the letter she signed was drafted by, Evan Corcoran, who was Trump’s “lead lawyer” at the time. “Bobb also spoke to investigators about Trump legal adviser Boris Epshteyn, who she said did not help draft the statement but was minimally involved in discussions about the records, according to the sources,” Caputo added. Caputo also reported some bombshell statements from sources close to Bobb who said she insisted the letter be written with “a disclaimer.” Bobb would only sign a certification that read...
    A Ukrainian man, who had ties to a fake 'heiress' who infiltrated Mar-A-Lago, was shot outside a Québec hotel.  Valeriy Tarasenko, 44, was shot outside of a Estérel Resort hotel, in Estérel, Quebec, around 1pm on Friday. He was not a guest of the hotel.  Tarasenko, a businessman, was romantically involved with Inna Yashchyshyn, 33, who reportedly posed as a fake heiress to the Rothschild fortune to infiltrate Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.   He has ties to Canada and Florida and had met with the FBI to turn over documents revealing his ex-lover's infiltration and businesses. The documents showed the pair owned two businesses together.  The Friday shooting left with him with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries. Another person involved was left with a serious head wound.  Three people opened fire against three others in the parking lot, before leaving in a black SUV, CBC reported.  Mayor Frank Pappas believed the attack was targeted and local police are investigating.  Tarasenko, a businessman, had ties to Inna Yashchyshyn (pictured with Trump), who reportedly posed a fake heiress to the Rothschild fortune to infiltrate Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home Valeriy...
    Saturday Night Live returned to screens poking fun at itself in its 48th season opener that was set around former President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago. Top Gun: Maverick star Miles Teller pretended to be former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning as he commented on the skit that was unfolding before him. 'There are a lot of changes at the show, which could be exciting. Let's see what they spent the entire summer coming up with,' he began in the meta skit. 'Oh, good. Trump sketch. Way to mix it up.' Eight cast members including Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson and Kyle Mooney departed the comedy show in May with new names, Marcello Hernández, Molly Kearney, Michael Longfellow and Devon Walker joining the weekly production.  Teller then continued to commentate on the skit with James Austin Johnson's Trump impression making a return.  Top Gun: Maverick star Miles Teller, left, pretended to be former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning as he commented on the skit that was unfolding before him. Andrew Dismukes, right appeared as Eli Manning James Austin Johnson's Trump impression made a return during a...
    Saturday Night Live kicked off its 48th season with a sketch that took on former President Donald Trump, but also went with a very meta, self-depreciating commentary about the show as it returns to the air. The cold open imagined what would happen if Peyton and Eli Manning did commentary beyond football. Guest host Miles Teller took on the role of Peyton, and the show set the tone with a shot of Mar-a-Lago. “Oh, good, Trump sketch,” said “Peyton” with a drawl of sarcasm. “Way to mix it up.” While Mar-a-Lago has been in the news a lot ever since the FBI’s raid for classified documents, the skit showed Trump being asked by his lawyer if he wanted to stay there to ride out Hurricane Ian. “It’s the safest place I have been in two years,” Trump proclaimed. “There’s no lawyers, no FBI. I’m in my happy place.” The skit continued with the Manning brothers commenting on a visit Trump received from South Dakota governor Kristi Noem after the rollback of Roe V. Wade. “A political impression that no one...
    Donald Trump has lashed out once again over the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, as the Justice Department seeks to expedite its appeal challenging the special master appointed to review records seized in the search. In a post on his Truth Social network on Friday, Trump called the investigation into his handling of government records a 'hoax' and a 'scam' motivated by the desire to 'hurt a political opponent.'  Trump said that the Biden administration is scared that he is 'leading in all the polls' and called Vice President Kamala Harris a 'North Korea sympathizer' in reference to her gaffe on Thursday calling the rogue regime a 'close ally' in remarks intended to refer to South Korea.  While president, Trump himself met twice with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and his self-described 'love letters' to and from the dictator were among the thousands of documents seized in the FBI's August 8 raid on Mar-a-Lago.  The so-called love letters were believed to be one key target in the search, after the National Archives reportedly demanded in vain that Trump's team hand...
    Workers move boxes onto a truck on West Executive Avenue between the White House and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021.Jim Lo Scalzo | Bloomberg | Getty Images FBI agents seized nearly 200,000 pages of documents from the Florida residence of former President Donald Trump, his lawyers revealed in a new court filing. It was previously known that FBI agents took about 11,000 documents from Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach during an Aug. 8 raid in connection with a criminal investigation of his removal of government documents from the White House when he left office in early 2021. More than 100 of the documents were classified or highly classified. Wednesday night's filing in Brooklyn federal court by Trump's lawyers was the first time that the huge number of pages that comprise those documents was disclosed.CNBC PoliticsRead more of CNBC's politics coverage: Kremlin announces Russia will annex four occupied regions in Ukraine; Nord Stream tensions rise Biden approves an additional $1.1 billion in security assistance for Ukraine House Jan. 6 panel postpones...
    Former President Donald Trump revealed on Wednesday he had thought New York Attorney General Letitia James would settle her case against him, which he said he had problems with because he is not guilty. The remarks came as the ex-president railed against James' $250 million lawsuit, claiming Trump lied about his property values.  Speaking with Sean Hannity from his home in Mar-a-Lago on Wednesday, Trump doubled down on his assertion that his property values are high, pointing to the decadence of Mar-a-Lago. That is when he revealed: 'I actually never thought that she would bring a case, and she brought it. And the reason I thought was because she didn't have a case.  'I was of the impression that she wanted to settle,' he claimed. 'But I had a problem because how do you pay something even if it's a small amount of money if you're not guilty.' The former president went on to refer to the lawsuit as 'just a continuation of a witch hunt that began when I came down the escalator of Trump Tower,' and suggested that James had been after him since she first...
    James Trusty, a Trump attorney, said on Tuesday in court that the former president had "unfettered access along with unfettered declassification authority," but would not specifically say if Trump declassified the documents. Of the three judges on the 11th Circuit Appeals Court, two were appointed by Trump and the third was appointed by former President Barack Obama. Here's more about the ruling from the appeals court: Appeals court allows DOJ to resume review of classified docs found at Mar-A-Lago www.youtube.com