Arizona GOP House Speaker Rusty Bowers says 'America's tired' of Trump: 'I'll never vote for him, but I won't have to'
Bowers' testimony for the January 6 committee prompted backlash from the Republican party. He's facing a Trump-backed candidate in a Senate primary."I'll never vote for him, but I won't have to. Because I think America's tired and there's some absolutely forceful, qualified, morally defensible and upright people, and that's what I want. That's what I want in my party and that's what I want to see," Bowers told Jonathan Karl on ABC's "This Week.
The Conservatives denounced the search, on August 8, of the Florida residence of the former president. This reaction highlights his ferrule on his troops but also their conversion to conspiracy theory. A threat to American democracy.
Donald Trump can claim a new precedent: that of being the first former president of the United States targeted by a search at his home led by the federal police. This act of investigation, which he revealed himself by posing as a victim of an arbitrariness of state on Monday August 8, took place in his property in Mar-A-Lago, Florida, which became his home port since leaving the White House.
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The Department of Justice and the FBI, led by a man chosen in his time by Donald Trump, abstained from any comments. According to the American press, the search would aim to verify that the former president had not unduly kept confidential, even classified documents, at the end of his functions, in January 2021. The national archives have already had to fight firm To recover several boxes of documents at the beginning of the year. After the FBI's search in Donald Trump's residence, the Republicans shout in plot
This possible breach of the rule may appear almost harmless compared to the current work of the Commission of Inquiry of the House of Representatives. The latter is indeed devoted to the missed coup of January 6, 2021, inspired by Donald Trump, who aimed to stop certification by the Congress of the election of Joe Biden.
Trump has until Friday afternoon to decide whether to fight the release of the Mar-a-Lago search warrant. His team is considering challenging the motion, per reports.
Former President Donald Trump could himself unilaterally release the search warrant and receipt of goods taken by the FBI. But it might not help him.At a Thursday afternoon press conference, Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that he was moving to release the search warrant in light of the publicity surrounding the case. The judge who signed off on the warrant has ordered the Department of Justice to confer with Trump's attorneys and inform the court by 3 p.m. on Friday as to whether the former president plans to fight the release.
Video: Trump Sequisitée's residence: The former president 'decided to make it a political matter' (France 24)
However, this new sprained the principles on which Rest the sophisticated mechanisms of American democracy once again underlines Donald Trump's incapacity to exercise the highest functions. This recall comes as he maintains with force political meetings the hypothesis of a new candidacy for the nomination of his party for the presidential election of 2024.
The Pavlovian reactions that the search of the FBI has drawn into the ranks of the Republican Party also underlined Donald Trump's toxicity for the party founded by Abraham Lincoln. While his most fervent supporters were already gathered in front of his luxurious property, the highest officials of the Grand Old Party competed in vehemence to denounce a political operation remote -controlled by the Democratic camp in order to dismiss the former tenant of the White House of The next presidential race. This thesis is disputed, because the texts do not say that a condemnation of Donald Trump for these archive retention would automatically exclude it from the ballot boxes.
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.
The 187 minutes when Donald Trump let the riots of January 6, 2021
do the same conservative officials who denounce a witch hunt had no hard enough words against the former democratic state secretary Hillary Clinton, unhappy opponent From Donald Trump in 2016, when it had been revealed that she had used a personal server for his electronic correspondence when she led diplomacy from the United States. The FBI, who had seized the case, had concluded that the prosecution implying, which had not prevented Donald Trump from promising prison during a particularly electric campaign.
The succeeding republican primaries, like those held in the Wisconsin key state, unfortunately confirm Donald Trump's ferrule on his party as well as the lasting conversion of the conservative camp to the conspiracy theory of the illegitimacy of Joe Biden maintained by the former president. This blindness and the true worship which is doomed to the latter in the conservative ranks remain the most serious threats that weigh on American institutions.
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.