President Joe Biden took Trump to task for his support of a nationwide abortion ban and his role in repealing Roe v. Wade, criticizing him for “taking away women’s freedom,” putting women’s lives in danger, and unleashing “cruelty and chaos all across America.”
After years of claiming that border security was a “top priority” for them, House and Senate Republicans killed a long-awaited, bipartisan deal they insisted on amid pressure from former President Donald Trump.
Donald Trump’s lawyer argued Tuesday that a US president could have a political rival assassinated by SEAL Team Six and still avoid criminal prosecution due to presidential immunity.
The foreign governments spent “lavishly” on apartments and hotel stays at properties owned by Trump’s family businesses, “personally enriching President Trump while he made foreign policy decisions connected to their policy agendas with far-reaching ramifications for the United States,” according to the report.
Saturday marks three years since the Capitol insurrection, and Donald Trump has only gotten more extreme as he closes in on the 2024 Republican nomination.
Trump’s plans and rhetoric suggest a second term would represent one of the darkest chapters of American life—one that looks increasingly likely as polls show Trump in a toss-up race with President Joe Biden.
In recent months, Donald Trump has called for the execution of a US military official, mocked the assault of an 83-year-old man, used rhetoric that echoes Hitler’s Mein Kampf, and verbally attacked prosecutors and judges.
The former president—who swore an oath to protect and defend the US Constitution—has been indicted over his attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia.
In the recording, Trump can be heard indicating he was holding a secret Pentagon document with plans to attack Iran. “These are the papers,” Trump says. Trump can also be heard rustling papers and seemingly referring to the documents as “secret” and “highly confidential.”
A new CNN/SSRS poll found that Trump’s support among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents who are registered to vote has fallen from 53% to 47% since his indictment earlier this month.