Donald Trump's docket: The latest on key cases and investigations facing the ex-president
Donald Trump and his business are involved in at least a dozen significant investigations and lawsuits. Here's the latest on all of them.In November, Summer Zervos, who had accused Trump of sexual assault following her appearance on "The Apprentice," dropped her lawsuit against him before he was forced to sit for a deposition. At around the same time, a New York state judge dismissed a lawsuit from Michael Cohen seeking to have the Trump Organization reimburse his legal fees for work he did on Trump's behalf.
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Suspicious behavior: the American press is panicked on a funny practice of the former tenant of the White House. Donald Trump would have destroyed written notes, normally intended for the national archives, by throwing them ... in the toilet! The Axios news site published , Monday, August 8, two photos of WC bowls where pieces of torn papers are placed, covered with writing in black ink. That of the former president, formally say the experts.
The atypical practice of Donald Trump was known to some collaborators in the White House, reveals the journalist of the "New York Times" Maggie Haberman. The photos are taken from his book "Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America", which will appear on October 4. Several sources of the White House confirm the authenticity of the shots.
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Trumpworld is sowing doubt about what happened during the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago. Feds are starting to provide some answers, but confusion reigns.Memories of Mar-a-Lago came flooding back Monday night when the news broke that the FBI had executed a search warrant on Donald Trump's permanent residence.
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"The fact that Mr. Trump was throwing documents in this way was not widely known within the West wing, but some assistants were aware of the habit, which he cultivated several times, ”explains Maggie Haberman in Axios.
"It was an extension of Trump's habit to tear documents supposed to be kept under the law on presidential archives. »A not so original practice for Trump
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The former president immediately denied the facts. His spokesperson Taylor Budowich, told Axios: "You must be desperate enough to insert images of toilet bowl into your promotional plan".
Michael Cohen says he 'would not be surprised' if FBI informant was one of Trump's kids or Jared Kushner
"It's definitely a member of his inner circle," Cohen, Trump's former personal lawyer and fixer, told Insider on Thursday.My visits there as a White House reporter for Politico more than five years ago came during the earliest days of Trump's presidency. They gave me an up-close look into all of the controversy and celebrity hoopla that surrounded a man who just months earlier had become the most powerful person on the planet.
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Donald Trump, who has always made a cross on political conventions, used to overcome the procedures for the conservation of the files. The American news channel CNN quotes in particular this time when the former president asked if someone wanted to put a copy of a speech that he had just delivered at auction on eBay. A former senior official also said that an assistant from the office of the staff secretary generally came to withdraw objects from the Trump office trash when he left the room.
The former head of state would even have cheated a sensitive document to prevent him from becoming a public, had unveiled his former assistant, Omarosa Maginault Newman, to the American channel MSNBC last February.
A search to Mar-A-Lago
more, Donald Trump allowed himself to go with a few files under his arm when he left the Oval Office. On February 7, 15 boxes of documents, again intended for the National Archives, were recovered from the billionaire's residence in Mar-A-Lago.
A timeline of how the FBI came to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago as part of an Espionage Act probe
Here is a timeline of Trump's dealing with the National Archives, the Department of Justice and missing classified documents. Here is a timeline on the missing Trump papers and how the FBI came to search Mar-a-Lago. Have a tip? Please email us at [email protected] and [email protected] The FBI's search of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida follows months of allegations that the former president mishandled government records, including reports of him ripping up documents and photos of notes with handwriting resembling his that he reportedly tried to flush down the toilet.
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A behavior that falls under the US law, recalls the site The Conversation . Article 2071 Title 18 of the American Code stipulates that anyone who "conceals, deletes, mutiles, erases or destroys voluntarily and illegally" of the files or documents submitted in a public office may be condemned to a fine or a prison sentence that can Go up to three years.
Monday, The FBI searched the residence of Mar-A-Lago by Donald Trump , announced the latter. This operation could be linked to the theft of documents by the ex-president.
Eric Trump said the Republican Party is 'actually the Trump party,' claiming his father changed how the GOP operates .
Eric Trump's comments come at a time when his father faces a slew of lawsuits and investigations, along with the loss of some once-loyal supporters.He made the comments while speaking with Eric Bolling on Newsmax as they discussed Rep. Liz Cheney's recent loss in the Wyoming GOP primary election to Trump-backed lawyer Harriet Hageman.