Adam Schiff: Donald Trump implicated in ‘irregularities’
Donald Trump has taken to the Truth Social to arrest the January 6 commission’s vice chair, Liz Cheney, calling her “a despicable human being” and angered by the news that the “fake unpicked commission” she’s sitting on might recommend the Department of Justice to bring indictment. The charges against him.
In an interview broadcast on Sunday, Ms. Cheney opined that “a dangerous man like [Donald Trump] You can never be anywhere near the Oval Office again” — and she declined to rule out running for president herself in the next election.
“I haven’t made a decision on that yet,” she said. Obviously, I am very focused on my re-election. I am very focused on the January 6 commission. I am very focused on my duties to do the job I have now. And I’ll make a decision on “24 on the way.”
The The New York Times You mentioned that Mr. Trump may announce the 2024 bid for the White House as soon as this month.
Trump also denounced his perceived lack of fair justice and any balance in media coverage. He also referred to the surprise bombshell he made last week on January 6, calling the former White House staffer “Lynn Cassidy Hutchinson.”
Summary: The Sixth Session of the January 6 Committee
Oliver O’Connell5 July 2022 05:30
Trump cries at ‘Despicable Man’ Liz Cheney
A furious Donald Trump launched a direct attack on Liz Cheney, the Republican vice chair of the Jan. 6 committee, calling her a “despicable man,” denouncing her colleagues as “thugs” and complaining that they should investigate the actions of violent left-wing activists in his stead.
Andrew Naughty has the latest:
Oliver O’Connell5 July 2022 04:30
Liz Cheney won’t rule out running for president
She said during her first interview with her session since public hearings began last month, that she has not ruled out making a bid for the presidency in 2024.
Joanna Chisholm reports:
Oliver O’Connell5 July 2022 03:30
The director who turned the January 6 investigation upside down spoke about Trump’s “aggression” and what he saw
Last week, the Select Committee received hours of video from Holder after he was issued a subpoena calling for “raw footage” he and his colleagues took on the day of the Capitol attack. The subpoena also requested footage of interviews with Mr Trump, Pence, Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump or Jared Kushner and “any footage relating to discussions about election fraud or election integrity surrounding the November 2020 presidential election.”
In an interview with independentHolder said the focus of the series, which is set to premiere later this year on Discovery+, has been on Mr. Trump and his three oldest children – Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump and Ivanka Trump – and run from September 2020. Through the days The last of Mr. Trump’s turbulent presidency.
Oliver O’Connell5 July 2022 02:30
Is Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony a “smoke gun” and will it lead to criminal charges against Trump?
Former President Donald Trump has been the subject of a criminal investigation by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, an impeachment inquiry led by Democratic lawmakers, and a two-year special counsel investigation led by a legendary former director of the FBI. His real estate company that bears his name, The Trump Organization, is currently awaiting trial on tax fraud charges, and more than a few of his former close associates have served time in federal prison for things he did while on the job.
But after each case, the former president came out unscathed, often claiming that the lack of consequences for him meant he was acquitted.
Oliver O’Connell5 July 2022 01:30
ICYMI: Report says Trump may launch a White House surprise bid this month
Against the background of the damning details put forward by the January 6 select committee, former President Donald Trump may soon decide to jump into the 2024 presidential race.
This is according to a new report from New York times, which said Mr. Trump might make a surprise campaign announcement as soon as this month. According to him, the potential decision looming had prompted his aides to evade times.
Oliver O’Connell5 July 2022 00:30
Biden’s sharp decline from July 4 to the next day
Last July 4th, the pandemic seemed to be waning, the economy was booming, inflation was low, and public approval of his job performance was glowing.
As Biden approaches the Fourth of July in the White House, his standing could not be more different. A series of miscalculations and unexpected challenges has left Biden struggling to cope as he faces potentially harmful judgment from voters in the upcoming midterm elections. Even problems that weren’t Biden’s fault have fueled Republican efforts to regain control of Congress.
Oliver O’Connell4 July 2022 23:30
Gavin Newsom ends Ron DeSantis in campaign ad urging Florida residents to move
California Governor Gavin Newsom is looking to amend a potential future presidential contender with an ad calling for Florida residents to move to the Golden State.
The 30-second television ad will air beginning Monday in Florida, targeting Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ war-fueled policies that made him popular among Republican activists.
Our Andrew Feinberg has the story.
Oliver O’Connell4 July 2022 22:30
Next January 6 session to focus on ‘efforts to assemble’ the pro-Trump mob
One Jan. 6 panel member revealed the topic of the committee’s upcoming session on Sunday, telling CBS News that he and his colleagues will look into Donald Trump’s efforts to attract thousands of his supporters to the U.S. Capitol.
Representative Adam Schiff made comments on face the nationexplaining that “[o]The next hearing will focus on efforts to assemble that gang that attacked Congress during the Senate meeting to ratify the results of the 2020 election.
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 22:00
Opinion: Why America Really Has Reason to Rejoice About July 4th
Andrew Buncombe writes that people are taking action and not waiting for Joe Biden or Donald Trump to solve the country’s problems.
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 21:44