Donald Trump 'is set to announce 2024 White House run as early as THIS MONTH to distract supporters from January 6 hearings', as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is widely touted as next GOP star
Trump, 76, could announce his candidacy for the 2024 election as early as this month, The New York Times reported Sources told the paper that the former president was frustrated at the growing support for Florida governor Ron DeSantis, 43, a potential rival Trump is also keen to distract from the January 6 committee hearings, the paper reported
Donald Trump’s social media company and some of its employees received subpoenas from a federal grand jury in New York and securities regulators Donald Trump's social media company and some of its employees received subpoenas from both a federal grand jury and securities regulators, according to a public disclosure Friday, possibly delaying or even killing a deal promising a cash infusion needed to take on Twitter.
Environmentalists hit out as Biden sneaks news of potential drilling in Gulf, Alaska before holiday weekend
US Department of the Interior identifies 11 potential leases from 2023 to 2028 Environmentalists hit out at the White House after the US Department of the Interior released a proposed five-year plan for offshore drilling on Friday, ahead of the 4 July holiday weekend. In the plan, the agency has slimmed down a prior draft released during the Trump administration to 11 potential leases between 2023 and 2028, down from 47.
The Biden administration is proposing up to 10 oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and one in Alaska over the next five years President Joe Biden's administration on Friday proposed up to 10 oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and one off the Alaska coast over the next five years — going against the Democrat's climate promises but scaling back a Trump-era plan that called for dozens of offshore drilling opportunities including in undeveloped areas.
Republican donors see the Florida governor as a worthwhile successor to the former president Trump supporters spend $30,000 on petrol to attend rallies With two years to go before the 2024 presidential contest, some Republican donors are looking for credible alternatives to former president Donald Trump. And the most likely successor to the MAGA movement is shaping up to be Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
First Families: The Bidens (and two of their granddaughters) jet to Spain, Melania enjoys a rare outing in NYC and Trump denies allegations that he attacked his own Secret Service agent
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It’s been about a year and half since the damaging political influence of Donald Trump left the White House in a storm of fire and fury, convincing thousands of people to attack and invade the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C, seeking to disrupt the political order with the delusional hope to gain his presidency back from certain death.
Duration: 11:10 Debating her Trump-backed challenger last night, Rep. Liz Cheney called her opponent “beholden” to the former president. Politico White House reporter and NBC News Political Contributor Eugene Daniels, “Symone” host Symone Sanders and Republican strategist Sara Fagen analyze Cheney’s political message.
The former president’s security detail has long talked about the incident Cassidy Hutchinson recounted to the committee on Tuesday, according to a new report from CNN Following the bombshell testimony of former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson before the Jan 6. committee, a war of leaks and secret source commentary has erupted over what took place in the presidential motorcade on the day of the Capitol riot.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony of Trump’s altercation with Secret Service detail did happen, multiple reports say
Mr Trump and his allies claim the altercation never happened but multiple sources now confirm ex-White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony Fox News hosts left silent after Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony The story of an altercation between former president Donald Trump and members of his Secret Service detail on the day of the January 6 attack on the US Capitol was widely repeated and discussed by Secret Service agents and other law enforcement officials when it happened, according to multiple reports.
‘Someone’s going to have to produce better images [than] this, it just looks like a bunch of blobs to me,’ said one GOP strategist Related video: Trump tried to ‘grab wheel’ when told he wasn’t being taken to Capitol, Jan 6 hearing told
Trump-endorsed GOP senate candidate Blake Masters picks up endorsement from publisher of neo-Nazi site
Arizona GOP senate hopeful Blake Masters is the preferred candidate of neo-Nazi troll Andrew Anglin and former president Donald Trump Less than a week after he picked up a coveted endorsement from Donald Trump, Arizona GOPSenate hopeful Blake Masters also secured the backing of an infamous neo-Nazi troll who runs a racist news site named for the Nazi newspaper Der Sturmer.
It was the second warning Cassidy Hutchinson had received before her deposition, cautioning her against cooperating with the panel The former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson received at least one message tacitly warning her not to cooperate with the House January 6 select committee from an associate of former chief of staff Mark Meadows, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
Ms Hutchinson’s previous attorney was paid for by a pro-Trump organisation Trump says Cassidy Hutchinson 'living in fantasy land' after Jan 6th testimony Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s bombshell testimony before the House January 6 select committee came after she ditched a lawyer with deep connections to former president Donald Trump, who was being paid by his political operation.
'Incredibly dangerous' Donald Trump 'absolutely' knew his refusal to accept election defeat would result in violence, says British film-maker Alex Holder who now has 'armed guards' after being ordered to hand interview footage to Jan 6 committee
Alex Holder said Donald Trump was 'incredibly dangerous' because he lived in a 'different reality' where he refused to admit he was wrong and lost election Holder amassed more than 100 hours of video of Trump and his inner circle He testified before the Jan. 6 House Committee and handed over footage
The justice minister says his encounter with the former president showed ‘not to take our democracy for granted’ Sweden’s justice minister has revealed how his country was allegedly threatened with a trade war by Donald Trump following the arrest of ASAP Rocky in Stockholm in 2019.
Trump claims Cassidy Hutchinson applied to work for him after Jan 6 in latest attack on bombshell star witness
‘If I was so evil, why did she fight so hard to stay a part of the MAGA team?’ he said on Truth Social this week. Ex-Trump official says Cassidy Hutchinson's life will 'never be the same' after testimony Former president Donald Trump alleged that former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson wanted to work for him long after the Capitol riot on January 6 in his latest salvo after she testified to the House select committee investigating the attack this week.
The Independent’s journalism is supported by our readers. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn commission. At a debate against other candidates trying to take her down, the vice chair of the January 6 panel tried to remind her state that she remains a conservative Republican at heart