By embracing Donald Trump, LIV Golf is branding itself as the MAGA Tour | Opinion
After three events, LIV Golf players cannot possibly deny that their tour is being used to feed Donald Trump’s ego and his political ambitions. When the conversation was just about Saudi Arabia, it was easier to bury the hard truths about where the money comes from under an avalanche of whataboutisms and difficult-to-understand words like sportswashing. But for an American audience, the overwhelming Trump factor makes it much clearer what LIV is all about: For those who attend it, for those who play it, for those who want it to crush the PGA, there isn’t a single entity in all of sports as expressly political as LIV.
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Donald Trump invoked Wednesday, during his hearing under oath before The New York General Prosecutor, more than 440 times her right not to answer questions, under the 5th amendment to the American Constitution, report this Thursday, August 11, several media. Should Trump be charged for the Capitol assault? The question that divides America
The former President of the United States was questioned for several hours on Wednesday in Manhattan in the offices of the highest magistrate in New York State, Letitia James, who has been in a civilian in 2019 on 2019 Suspicions of financial and tax fraud in the Trump Organization family group.
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According to one of Donald Trump's lawyers, Ron Fischetti, quoted by NBC television, the only answer his client has been to give his name. A source close to the file told the channel that the 45th president had invoked the right to remain silent 440 times and not to answer questions from New York magistrates and investigators.
according to the "Washington Post" , also relying an anonymous source given the confidentiality of hearing under oath, Donald Trump has refused more than 400 times to answer questions about his businesses, the valuation of its heritage and its debt. "The same answer"-that is to say the constitutional right not to respond-thus systematically declared Donald Trump according to the "Washington Post".
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When Donald Trump threw confidential papers in the White House toilet
contacted by AFP, neither the services of Letitia James, nor the lawyers for Donald Trump have so far been followed up.
"No one is above the laws"
Up to his arrival at the Letitia James office on Wednesday, the republican billionaire had announced in a press release that he would invoke the famous 5th amendment to the United States Constitution, which allows All justiable not to testify against yourself. Why was Donald Trump's residence in Florida been searched by the FBI?
Letitia James, an elected prosecutor of the Democratic Party, had confirmed it in a very brief press release after his face-to-face with the businessman, assuring that she will "continue (t) (his) investigation" because "No one is above law" in the United States.
Withdrawal from the pre-election defeat: Trump is the largest internal critic Liz Cheney Los .
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