Trump news today – live: Donald Trump sues NY’s Letitia James as Kash Patel ‘to testify’ in Mar-a-Lago case

Donald Trump says Twitter has become ‘so boring’ since he was banned

Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James, accusing her of “egregious misconduct” and launching a “war of intimidation and harassment” against him.

In a 41-page filing in Florida State Circuit Court in Palm Beach, he sought to block Ms. James from obtaining documents from a Florida revocable trust that owns the Trump Organization.

It comes as Mr Trump’s top aide, Kash Patel, is set to testify before a grand jury investigating the handling of classified documents at Mar-a-Lago. The Wall Street Journal informed.

Mr. Patel is a close adviser to the former President and maintains a personal relationship with him. He was appointed as one of their official representatives at the National Archives and Records Administration.

Mr. Patel’s testimony was sought after he was subpoenaed in October to testify before a grand jury but exercised his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. He has claimed that Mr Trump released White House documents as president.

Meanwhile, Mr Trump has settled a lawsuit filed by a group of protesters who say he was assaulted by the Republican’s private security guards during his 2015 presidential campaign.


ICYMI: Trump sued Letitia James

Donald Trump announced on his Truth social account that he has filed a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James, accusing her of pursuing an “unrelenting, deadly, public and dishonest crusade” against her.

The former president also claimed in a lawsuit filed in Florida Circuit Court that New York’s attorney general is violating his privacy and property rights.

He said that Mrs. James Donald J Trump was violating his rights as the grantor and beneficiary of the revocable trust.

Mr. Trump further said that Ms. James has done too little to protect New York against rampant crime.

Marusha Muzaffar Reports:

Andrew Naughty3 November 2022 13:45


Oath Keepers’ Message to Trump

As prosecutors wrapped up their case in the trial of leading members of the Oath Keepers on treason conspiracy charges, they showed the jury yesterday a message written by military leader Stuart Rhodes for the attention of Donald Trump.

In it, Mr. Rhodes wrote that if Mr. Trump does not invoke the Sedition Act, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will “turn all that power on you, your family and all of us,” meaning “you and your family will be imprisoned and killed.” Gone. You and your children will die in prison.”

The message was not ultimately sent, but it is already known that Mr. Rhodes tried to reach Mr. Trump through contacts in his inner circle after an attempt to block Joe Biden’s victory certificate on January 6 ended in failure.

Read more from Alex Woodward:

Andrew Naughty3 November 2022 13:12


Ted Cruz complains that Trump isn’t spending enough on the midterms

The Texas senator called out the one-term president during Tuesday’s episode of his podcast judgment, Claiming they are sitting on “hundreds of millions of dollars” instead of using it to support pro-Trump candidates on ballots across the country.

“I wish Trump would spend some of his money,” he said.

“Trump has received hundreds of millions of dollars and is spending almost none of it to support these candidates.”

Mr. Trump is a relentless and effective small-donor fundraiser, but since he left the White House it has become clear that much of the money he has been pulling in has gone toward the ever-increasing legal bills of himself and his inner circle.

Johanna Chisholm reports.

Andrew Naughty3 November 2022 12:30


Obama warns of threat of political violence

“This habit of demonizing political opponents creates a dangerous environment,” said former President Barack Obama. “If that’s the environment we create, more people will be hurt.”

Andrew Naughty3 November 2022 12:00


Kari Lake called Trump ally Steve Bannon a ‘modern day George Washington’

The right-wing former TV anchor is in a competitive race with Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, to become the state’s governor.

“I want you to meet and welcome to greater Arizona one of my favorite people in the world, one of the most patriotic people I know, I call him a modern day George Washington, Steve Bannon,” she told the crowd. Tuesday night.

Andrew Naughty3 November 2022 11:15


Stuart Rhodes to Trump: ‘Save the Republic’ or ‘Die in Jail’

Frustrated by what he believes to be Donald Trump’s inadequate response to the 2020 presidential election, the leader of a far-right anti-government group that allegedly plotted to storm the US Capitol wrote a message to the president four days after the coup attempt.

Oath Keepers leader Stuart Rhodes reportedly called on the president to invoke the Sedition Act, activate the group to protect the nation from their political enemies, and imprison members of Congress and state legislators. the message which was shared in court on November 2 in the ongoing treason conspiracy trial involving Mr Rhodes and members of his militia.

Alex Woodward reports on what else Rhodes told Trump.

Oliver O’Connell3 November 2022 10:45


Elon Musk: Trump and other banned users won’t return to Twitter before midterms

Banned users won’t return to Twitter “for weeks,” Elon Musk has said, meaning former President Donald Trump and other users blocked from the platform won’t return before the Nov. 8 midterm elections.

Tesla completed its $44bn purchase of the social media platform last week after the CEO failed to back out of the deal.

Oliver O’Connell3 November 2022 09:15


Can anyone stop Trump from running in 2024?

But while losing to Joe Biden in November 2020 may have damaged the one-term president’s pride and sparked an 18-month lie, it now seems almost certain that Mr. Trump will run for re-election to the White House in 2024.

So what, if anything, can stop it?

Graeme Massey and Gustaf Kilander report.

Oliver O’Connell3 November 2022 07:45


The Trump 2024 campaign is gearing up for a post-midterm launch

As he played to a crowd of supporters in Robstown, Texas, former President Donald Trump talked about his first two runs for the White House — and teased a third.

“To make our country successful, safe and proud again, I may have to do it again,” he said last month.

That carefully placed “maybe” may soon be gone from Trump’s stump speech. Aides to the former president are making quiet preparations for a 2024 presidential campaign that could begin as soon as next week’s midterm elections as Trump tries to take advantage of an expected Republican victory to propel himself toward becoming the front-runner for his party’s nomination.

Oliver O’Connell3 November 2022 05:45


Trump settled a lawsuit filed by opponents over the 2015 melee

Donald Trump has settled a lawsuit filed by a group of Mexican protesters who say they were harassed by the Republican’s private security guards during his 2015 presidential campaign.

Both parties settled as a jury in a New York courtroom for a civil trial, part of a series of legal complications involving the former president.

Details of the settlement were not disclosed in the plaintiffs’ lawsuit.

“Although we were eager to proceed to trial to demonstrate the frivolity of this case, the parties were ultimately able to come to an amicable resolution,” said Alina Habba, Mr. Trump’s lawyer. “We are very pleased with this outcome and are happy to finally put this matter to rest once and for all.”

Shweta Sharma3 November 2022 04:22


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