Trump news – latest: Trump tells Iowa rally he will ‘very, very, very probably’ run for president in 2024

‘Get ready’: Trump says it’s ‘very likely’ to run for president again in 2024

Donald Trump last night told a crowd in Sioux, Iowa, that he was more likely than ever to run for president in 2024 — but stopped short of making an ironclad commitment to do so.

“In order to make our country successful, safe, and glorious, I will probably do it again,” he said. “Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you – very soon. Get ready.”

Among those who warmed up the crowd before the former president’s speech was radical Georgian Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green, who urged the crowd to boo Pelosi saying he should have been armed and shot the man who assaulted him. Pelosi was released from the hospital earlier on Thursday.

Meanwhile, the judge dealing with the fraud case brought by New York Attorney General Leticia James against the Trump Organization and the Trump family decided that an independent monitor would oversee the company, limiting its ability to do business.

Additionally, CNN notes that because a Trump 2024 run appears likely, Justice Department officials have discussed the potential need for a special counsel to investigate the January 6 and Mar-a-Lago documents. An outburst of activity is expected after the mid-term.


Judge blocks Trump Organization from transferring assets

The New York state judge overseeing the fraud case brought by Attorney General Leticia James against former President Donald Trump, his family, and his real estate and licensing company that bears his name has issued an order preventing the transfer of any of the former president’s assets or company without notice. The court and the attorney general’s office.

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New York County Superior Court Judge Arthur Engoron on Thursday also granted James’ request for an independent monitor to oversee compliance with his order, to be selected from a list of recommendations made by Ms James and the Trump Organization.

Details with Andrew Feinberg.

Andrew NottiNovember 4, 2022 12:00


Trump to run for president again

Former President Donald Trump has dropped the strongest hint yet that he might run for the White House for the third time in 2024 after months of speculation.

Speaking at a campaign rally in Sioux, Iowa on Thursday evening, Trump said it was “very, very, very likely” that he would make another bid for president.

“And now, for the sake of making our country successful, safe, and glorious, I will probably do it again,” Mr. Trump said at an event in support of Republican Senator Chuck Grassley.

“Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you – very soon. Get ready,” Mr. Trump added as the crowd chanted his name.

The 45th president also repeated false allegations of his victory in the 2020 presidential election.

Alisha Rahman Sarkar reports.

Andrew NottiNovember 4, 2022 11:30


Call the police to complain of trespassing in Mar-a-Lago

Palm Beach police officers were called to Mar-a-Lago Thursday morning after a tip-off of a man who refused to leave the grounds of Donald Trump’s Florida resort.

Captain Will Rothrock Fox News They were contacted by Secret Service agents about a “routine assault complaint.”

Andrew NottiNovember 4, 2022 10:30


Ted Cruz Complains That Trump Doesn’t Spend $100 Million on GOP Candidates

Joanna Chisholm reports.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 09:15


Trump calls for Mitch McConnell to be impeached

On Thursday morning, Donald Trump called for the impeachment of Mitch McConnell, saying, “They should impeach Mitch McConnell..they have something against him.”

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 08:00


Could the Cash Patel immunity deal pose a ‘grave legal risk’ to Trump?

Experts said the immunity agreement granted to Donald Trump aide Cash Patel could plunge the former president into legal jeopardy.

Patel did appear before the 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 could prevent Trump from running in 2024?

But while the loss to Joe Biden in November 2020 may have dented the president’s pride for one term and sparked 18 months of lies about fraudulent ballot boxes, it now looks almost certain that Trump will run for the White House in 2024.

What, if anything, could thwart his plans?

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 05:00


Trump 2024 campaign gears up for post-midterm launch

As he played in front of a crowd of supporters in Robstown, Texas, former President Donald Trump raised the salute as he spoke about their first two tours of the White House – and to his dismay in a third.

“In order to make our country successful, safe, and gloomy again, I will probably do it again,” he said last month.

Perhaps this topic carefully “probably” will soon disappear from Trump’s radical rhetoric. The former president’s aides are making quiet preparations for the 2024 presidential campaign that could be launched shortly after next week’s midterm elections as Trump attempts to capitalize on expected Republican victories to propel himself toward becoming the frontrunner for his party’s nomination.

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Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 03:30


ICYMI: Emails show Trump’s lawyers believed Judge Thomas was key to sabotaging the outcome of the 2020 election

Justice Clarence Thomas has, from the start, been a member of the nine-judge Supreme Court, which the Trump campaign has designated as an ally, according to new documents.

The court’s release of emails between two members of Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign legal team shows how the masterminds of efforts to delay certification of election results in Georgia and other states thought Mr. The campaign’s unsubstantiated and evidence-free allegations of fraud.

It’s a revelation that may be less surprising than if his wife, Jenny Thomas, did not find herself at the center of the Jan. 6 commission’s investigation into people who helped Donald Trump try to pressure state legislatures around the country to sabotage the election. Results.

The full story is John Bowden.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 02:45


Trump launches midterm offensive in Iowa with a growing list of familiar grievances

Donald Trump took the stage in Sioux City, Iowa, at about 8:30 p.m. ET on Thursday and almost immediately began vilifying the country he led two years ago, calling Hawke State “under siege” by a group of rogue villains including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senator Chuck Schumer, and President Joe Biden.

He distributed canned lines about inflation and the cost of Thanksgiving dinner to Americans with racist attacks to the New York state attorney general who is currently suing him, his family and his eponymous real estate company to recover millions of dollars his office claims were defrauded. Financial institutions in New York.

Read Andrew Feinberg’s full report:

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 4, 2022 02:15


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