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Donald John Trump (born 14 June 1946) is an American politician, media personality, and businessman who served as the 45th president of the United States from 2017 to 2021.



02.10.2023 16:54
Could US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy lose his job?
It was a moment of victory for United States House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy that has also left the veteran Republican's job at risk. On Saturday, the House approved a McCarthy-brokered funding bill that will keep the US government running until November 17 after weeks of negotiatio...

02.10.2023 14:57
Trump's civil fraud trial gets underway in New York as both sides lay out case
Former President Donald Trump appeared in a Manhattan courtroom on Monday as the trial in his civil fraud case got underway, with attorneys from the New York Attorney General's Office and Trump's legal team presenting their opening arguments before the judge who will decide the case. Trump, the Tru...



02.10.2023 14:25
Meet the NYC cabbie-turned-judge overseeing Trump's corporate death penalty' civil fraud trial
Before Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron weighed in on the future of Donald Trump's business empire , he did a stint as a New York City cabbie to make ends meet. While getting his undergraduate degree from Columbia University in the '60s, Engoron drove a taxi cab - a job he later said...

02.10.2023 14:21
Fulton County D.A. subpoenas Bernie Kerik as government witness in Trump election interference case
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has issued a subpoena for former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik to testify as a government witness in the trial in Georgia of two Trump co-conspirators later this month, according to a new letter obtained by CBS News. Kerik attorney Tim Parlat...



02.10.2023 14:02
Sam Bankman-Fried wanted to pay Donald Trump $5B to not run for president again: biographer
Sam Bankman-Fried, the indicted founder of bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX , wanted to pay Donald Trump $5 billion in exchange for not running for president again, according to biographer Michael Lewis. It's unclear if the 31-year-old crypto kingpin - a prolific donor to the Democratic Party b...



02.10.2023 14:00
If you want to fix foster care, here's where to start
Most Americans don't understand the pressure the border crisis puts on our foster-care system. It's not a partisan statement to say our immigration system is broken . Republican presidential candidates from Donald Trump to Ron DeSantis to Will Hurd are calling for major reforms to stem the flood of...



02.10.2023 13:50
US Supreme Court rebuffs long-shot candidate's bid to disqualify Trump in 2024
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away a case involving whether former President Donald Trump should be disqualified from the 2024 election under a constitutional provision barring anyone who "engaged in insurrection or rebellion" from holding public office. The justices rejected an appeal by...



02.10.2023 13:37
Trump arrives in NYC court to face $250M civil fraud trial
Former President Donald Trump arrived at a lower Manhattan courthouse Monday morning for his civil trial over charges he overinflated the values of his many properties. The Republican 2024 presidential frontrunner, 77, left Trump Tower in Midtown at around 9 a.m. to head to the Manhattan Supreme Co...



02.10.2023 13:09
Trump calls for shoplifters to be shot to stop all of the pillaging and theft' during fiery speech
Former President Donald Trump promised to "immediately stop all of the pillaging and theft" if he is returned to the White House - by calling on police to open fire on shoplifters. The 2024 GOP presidential frontrunner targeted criminals during a fiery speech Friday night at the California Republic...



02.10.2023 12:32
Trump says he would prefer to die by electrocution in bizarre campaign rant
Former president and frontrunner for the 2024 Republican nomination delivered the odd remarks during a speech in Iowa. Faced with a litany of criminal charges, Donald Trump on Sunday told a campaign rally in Iowa that he would prefer to die by electrocution rather than be eaten by a shark if he eve...

02.10.2023 11:01
Supreme Court declines to take up appeal from John Eastman involving emails sought by House Jan. 6 select committee
Washington - The Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal from conservative attorney John Eastman that involved his efforts to shield his emails from investigators with the House select committee probing the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol. Notable in the unsigned order turning away Eas...



02.10.2023 11:00
Letitia James: the fearless attorney general threatening Trump's business
New York top prosecutor will take on her biggest case yet - a fraud trial that risks the foundation of Trump"s real estate holdings. New York attorney general Letitia James has never shied away from taking on powerful adversaries - from the National Rifle Association to former New York governor And...



02.10.2023 10:57
Attacked by Trump, New York judge to weigh ex-president's fraud case
Last week, Donald Trump, the Republican frontrunner in the 2024 race for the White House, called a once obscure New York judge "DERANGED" and a "Highly Politicized Democrat" who "hated everything about me at a level that I have never seen before." That same judge will preside over a trial where he...



02.10.2023 10:48
Trump's civil fraud trial to begin in New York: What to know
Former United States President Donald Trump and his family business will face a civil trial in New York starting on Monday. This was after New York Judge Arthur Engoron ruled that Trump committed fraud for years while building his real estate empire. The ruling came on September 26 in a civil lawsu...



02.10.2023 10:41
Curtain comes up on new term for conservative US Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to open its new nine-month term on Monday featuring cases that will test how far its 6-3 conservative majority is willing to steer American law in a rightward direction. The justices kick off the term with arguments scheduled for 10 a.m. (1400 GMT) in a case from Iowa...



02.10.2023 10:25
New York attorney general's fraud case against Donald Trump
Donald Trump, his adult sons, the Trump Organization and others will go on trial on Monday in a New York state court in Manhattan, in a civil fraud case brought by state Attorney General Letitia James. Trump has denied wrongdoing, and called the case a witch hunt. The following is a timeline of key...



02.10.2023 10:05
First Thing: Trump to appear in court for civil fraud suit in New York
New York attorney general will argue Trump owes at least $250m in profits made from false financial statements. Plus, climate scientist Michael Mann on our last chance to save the planet. Good morning. Just a few miles south of Trump Tower in New York City, a judge today will hear allegations of fr...



02.10.2023 09:00
Trump real estate case: what to know before the fraud trial begins
The future of Trump"s New York real estate business will be decided in a Manhattan court case that starts on Monday. The future of Donald Trump's New York real estate business will be decided in a Manhattan court case that starts on Monday. The New York attorney general, Letitia James, is taking Tr...



02.10.2023 08:59
Who is Arthur Engoron, the New York judge taking on Donald Trump?
Since 2020, he has forced the former president to sit for a deposition, held him in contempt of court and fined him more than $100k. The man charged with ruling on Donald Trump's property empire is no stranger to court battles with the former president. Since Arthur Engoron began presiding over cas...



02.10.2023 08:22
Donald Trump set to appear in court at start of New York fraud trial
Former president is facing accusations of fraudulently exaggerating the value of his properties including Trump Tower and Mar-a-Lago. Donald Trump is set to appear in court on Monday to face accusations he fraudulently exaggerated the value of his properties, including Trump Tower and his Mar-a-Lag...



02.10.2023 07:35
Ramaswamy campaign asks RNC to slash the number of GOP presidential candidates on the next debate stage
Vivek Ramaswamy's campaign urges RNC to make changes as 'frontrunner is absent' from center of debate stage. Vivek Ramaswamy's campaign reportedly asked the Republican National Committee to significantly limit the number of GOP presidential candidates on stage for the party's next presidential prim...



02.10.2023 07:00
Trump fraud civil suit starting Monday threatens to end his business career
New York attorney general Letitia James will argue Trump owes at least $250m in profits made from false financial statements. Just a few miles south of Trump Tower in New York City, a judge on Monday will hear allegations of fraud within the Trump Organization in a trial that could see Donald Trump...



02.10.2023 06:54
Trump arrives in NYC ahead of civil fraud trial
Ex-president Donald Trump arrived in New York City Sunday night ahead of his court date the next morning in New York Attorney General Letitia James' $250 million civil fraud case against him and his company. Trump was photographed walking into Trump Tower - a property he could be forced to surrende...



02.10.2023 05:41
Trump Says He Will be in Courtroom for New York Trial
NEW YORK - With control over some of his most prized real estate holdings in jeopardy, former President Donald Trump says he will make a rare, voluntary trip to court in New York on Monday for the start of a civil trial in a lawsuit that already has resulted in a judge ruling that he committed frau...



02.10.2023 05:08
Explainer: What's at stake in the civil fraud case against Trump?
Donald Trump and his family business are set to face trial in New York on Monday to determine how much they owe in penalties after a judge found they inflated the former U.S. president's assets by billions of dollars to secure more favorable loan and insurance terms. Here is a look at the case brou...



02.10.2023 05:05
Donald Trump's business empire in peril as civil fraud trial opens in New York
Donald Trump and his family business are set to stand trial in New York on Monday in a civil fraud case that could deal a major blow to the former U.S. president's real estate empire. Trump, the frontrunner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, is accused by Democratic New York Attorney...



02.10.2023 05:01
Abortion Bans by Any Other Name Are Still Abortion Bans
In the year since Roe v. Wade was overturned, the Republican Party has tested out constantly changing talking points and messages on abortion in an attempt to make its anti-abortion policies sound less extreme. Conservatives are even considering moving away from the term "pro-life," fearing that vo...

02.10.2023 05:00
Trump's civil fraud trial in New York begins Monday. Here's what to know about the case.
Former President Donald Trump and New York Attorney General Letitia James have for years been on a collision course, and it is about to play out in a courtroom in lower Manhattan. Trump has long volleyed insults at James while her office investigated him and his company - an investigation that ulti...



02.10.2023 05:00
What Haley Is Doing Right and Christie Needs to Do, According to New Hampshire's Governor
We saw a crowded Republican debate stage of seven candidates last Wednesday night - the kind of big field that worries New Hampshire's governor, Chris Sununu, who has argued that candidates need to drop out if one or two strong rivals emerge to stop former President Donald Trump from winning the G....



02.10.2023 04:58
Trump says he will be in New York court for trial on his business practices
Former United States President Donald Trump has said he will attend court in New York for the start of a civil trial in a case that has already resulted in a judge ruling that he committed fraud in his business dealings. The trial is due to get under way on Monday, threatening Trump's business empi...



02.10.2023 04:44
Donald Trump to appear in New York court for civil fraud trial
Donald Trump said he will appear in a New York court on Monday at the beginning of a civil fraud trial in which the former president will face what he said was a "sham" accusation that he fraudulently inflated the value of properties and other assets. "I'm going to Court tomorrow morning to fight f...



02.10.2023 04:00
Support for Biden in border region crumbling as crisis benefits illegals over Americans: Texas' Mayra Flores
Flores running to reclaim her old seat in Texas' 34th Congressional District. EXCLUSIVE: President Biden's support in the heavily Hispanic border regions of Texas is crumbling as the migrant crisis continues to worsen and benefits illegal immigrants over American citizens, former Republican Rep. Ma...



02.10.2023 03:50
Bankman-Fried explored paying Trump not to run for president, book excerpt says
Jailed former billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried considered paying former U.S. President Donald Trump to not run for re-election in 2020, according to an excerpt of a forthcoming book published on Sunday. In the excerpt published in the Washington Post, Michael Lewis, the author of "Going Infinite: The...



02.10.2023 01:28
Trump's civil fraud trial puts business empire at risk
Former U.S. President Donald Trump and his family business are set to stand trial in New York on Monday in a civil fraud case brought by Democratic New York Attorney General Letitia James. The case accuses Trump of inflating the value of his assets by billions of dollars to secure better loan and i...



01.10.2023 23:31
New pics throw cold water on Rep. Jamaal Bowman's excuses for pulling fire alarm in House building
His excuses are going up in smoke. Images of the fire alarm that Rep. Jamaal Bowman pulled in a House office building as his fellow Democrats were trying to delay a key vote to fund the government appear to douse cold water on his claims that the move was just a boneheaded mistake. The bright red a...



01.10.2023 22:22
Bill Maher tells Biden to drop out of 2024 race, compares him to RBG: Voters think he's too old'
Bill Maher called on Joe Biden to drop out of the 2024 presidential election, saying the 80-year-old incumbent is too old to run for president and likened him to the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg . The host of "Real Time with Bill Maher" mocked Biden on Friday night, describing the president as the "onl...



01.10.2023 21:17
Nikki Haley campaign fires back at Trump team's creepy and desperate' birdcage gift
Nikki Haley's campaign laughed off a "creepy" gift from former President Donald Trump's campaign Sunday that played off his mean-boy "birdbrain" moniker for her. In the wee hours of the morning, Trump's team left a birdcage and some bird food outside Haley's hotel room in Iowa - amplifying Trump's...



01.10.2023 20:24
Jamaal Bowman draws doubts after claiming fire alarm pull just a mistake as GOP demands socialist House member be prosecuted
He didn't start the fire, but he did pull the alarm. A growing chorus of lawmakers and political observers are raising eyebrows at Rep. Jamaal Bowman's claim that pulling a fire alarm in a House building was an innocent mistake - with some expressing anger over the fact he hasn't been arrested. The...



01.10.2023 18:59
Trump expected to come to NYC for civil fraud trial Monday: sources
Donald Trump is expected to fly to New York Sunday so he can show up to court Monday morning as trial is slated to kick off in New York Attorney General Letitia James' $250 million civil fraud case against the former president and his company, according to law enforcement sources. Trump, 77 - who w...

01.10.2023 18:57
Sam Bankman-Fried "thinks he's innocent," author Michael Lewis says ahead of book about FTX founder
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried 's trial begins on Tuesday. The former cryptocurrency superstar is facing federal fraud charges, and a book detailing the alleged fraudster's rise and fall is set to be published the same day. Best-selling author Michael Lewis had all-hours access to Bankman-Fried and...

01.10.2023 18:56
Attorney General Merrick Garland discusses the process behind Trump, Hunter Biden prosecutions
Attorney General Merrick Garland discussed the process behind the federal prosecutions of former President Donald Trump, and explained that the investigation itself determines the timing, disputing allegations they were timed to be detrimental to the former president's reelection campaign. Garland...



01.10.2023 18:42
Ron DeSantis turns focus to Trump, Iowa after second Republican debate
Following last week's rough-and-tumble Republican primary debate , the campaign of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has opted to pass on attacking the other GOP candidates in the field - instead zeroing in on overhauling former President Donald Trump in the Jan. 15 Iowa caucuses. While national and state...



01.10.2023 16:38
Senator Meghan Markle? Speculation mounts Duchess of Sussex will try to replace Feinstein
Could it be Sen. Meghan Markle? It's unlikely the Duchess of Sussex will be tapped to replace Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), who died Friday at the age of 90 - but that doesn't mean the actress-turned-royal won't toss her hat in the ring, the Daily Mail reports. Sources told the outlet within mi...



01.10.2023 13:22
US Political Infighting Intensifies, Even as Government Stays Open
Washington - The U.S. government stayed open Sunday, with funding assured through mid-November, but the political infighting among Republican lawmakers surrounding the votes to keep it operating only intensified. Renegade Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz of Florida told news talk shows that he wou...



01.10.2023 10:32
A Blind Spot for Two-Parent Privilege?
More from our inbox: Trump's Appeal Is 'Aspirational' Diversity Statements A.I. Lacks 'Heart and Soul' To the Editor: Re " The One Privilege Liberals Ignore ," by Nicholas Kristof (column, Sept. 14): I find the tone of Mr. Kristof's column to be patronizing and sexist. He suggests that a solution t...

01.10.2023 10:27
Robert Reich on the narrowly-avoided government shutdown: Republicans holding America hostage
Congress narrowly averted a government shutdown last night. Still, that doesn't mean the problem has gone away. We have thoughts this morning from economist Robert Reich: We averted a government shutdown, for now. But this kind of last-minute and temporary "Perils of Pauline" drama is itself harmfu...



01.10.2023 10:02
Shutdown near-miss illustrates Washington dysfunction
The U.S. narrowly dodged its fourth partial government shutdown in a decade on Sunday, but the past week exposed the depths of political dysfunction in Washington and particularly within the splintered House Republican caucus. A last-minute decision by Republican House of Representatives Speaker Ke...



01.10.2023 07:00
The art of the fraudulent deal? Trump Organization trial set to begin
Case could cost former president a fortune and end his control of the empire that made him the world"s most famous businessman. "People want to believe that something is the biggest and the greatest and the most spectacular. I call it truthful hyperbole," Donald Trump wrote 36 years ago in his best...



01.10.2023 06:00
Christian Nationalism May Not Be Serious, but It's Dangerous
The more I consider the challenge posed by Christian nationalism, the more I think most observers and critics are paying too much attention to the wrong group of Christian nationalists. We mainly think of Christian nationalism as a theology or at least as a philosophy. In reality, the Christian nat...

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