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Dec 02 2023
Former President Donald Trump is not immune from prosecution for his attempts to overturn the 2020 election, US District Judge Tanya Chutkan ruled Friday. Chutkan didn’t mince words in her ruling, writing that the presidency “does not confer a lifelong ‘get-out-of-jail-free’ pass” and that Trump’s “four-year service as commander in chief did not bestow on him the divine right of kings to evadeVanity Fair
Nov 15 2023
In December 2020, six Nevada Republicans made efforts to overturn the presidential election results in the state. According to an exclusive Politico report, the group of "Republican activists and operatives," at ex-President Donald Trump's request, "signed fake certificates on Dec. 14, 2020, falsely declaring themselves to be the state's duly appointed Electoral College representatives." TheAlterNet
Jan 12 2017
President-elect Donald Trump finally held a news conference, but as is typical, he often made claims that have been repeatedly debunked or discredited. Here’s a guide to 14 of his more notable statements, in the order in which he made them.Washington Post
May 11 2023
CNN hosted a town hall with 2024 Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump on Wednesday night in New Hampshire.
Over the course of the night, Trump took questions from New Hampshire Republicans and undeclared voters who plan to vote in the 2024 GOP presidential primary about a wide range of issues.
Trump made many false and unsubstantiated claims aboutCNN Fact Check
Nov 07 2023
A surprisingly strong turnout is reported in areas across South Mississippi Tuesday as voters line up to elect a governor and other state and county officials The polls close at 7 p.m. and the count begins. The Sun Herald will report all the latest numbers in this live update and on social media. The key race is between Gov. Tate Reeves, who is seeking a second term, and challenger BrandonSun Herald
Sep 28 2023
GOP presidential hopefuls clashed in the second primary debate on Wednesday in occasionally bitter exchanges on the economy, foreign policy, and immigration.
With front-runner Donald Trump absent from the stage, the Republican rivals aimed most of their fire at each other. Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy absorbed many of the blows.
The candidates occasionally relied on misleadingWashington Examiner
Sep 28 2023
The second Republican presidential primary debate had a raucous tone, with the seven candidates frequently talking over one another and the moderators calling for order. But themes quickly emerged, including the auto workers’ strike, crime, government spending, inflation and border security. Former President Donald Trump, the front-runner in the polls, skipped the debate, held at the RonaldPoynter
Sep 13 2023
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy made several unproven claims Tuesday while announcing the opening of a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. The Republican-led investigation will focus on “allegations of abuse of power, obstruction and corruption” by Biden, related to his family’s overseas business dealings, McCarthy said. There is clear evidence that Biden’s son, Hunter Biden,CNN (Online News)
Nov 21 2023
The former director of Black Voices for Trump Harrison William Floyd avoided jail on Tuesday after a Fulton County judge approved a temporary bond order that allows him to publicly comment on the 2020 presidential election racketeering case as long as he does not refer to witnesses or his remaining fourteen co-defendants. The Fulton County District Attorney’s Office crafted the updated bondGeorgia Recorder
Aug 24 2023
Eight Republican contenders for president faced off Wednesday in the first primary debate of the 2024 race, exchanging barbs that were at times personal, contentious, and misleading.
The candidates sparred over everything from abortion to transgender rights, with some relying on their government experience and others on their outsider perspective as they made their case to voters.Washington Examiner