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Giuliani is representing President Donald Trump's presidential campaign in numerous failed election lawsuits and has floated conspiracy theories about election fraud. Experts say that disbarment is unlikely, though Giuliani could face lesser sanctions from state bar associations and courts. "Mr. Giuliani's multitude of suits may have crossed the ethical line and in this charged political climate could lead to the ultimate penalty for a lawyer: disbarment." In recent years, Giuliani has been a personal lawyer to President Donald Trump but rarely appears in court in person. And if he's found guilty of a federal felony, he'd be automatically disbarred if the same conduct would be a felony under state law, Gillers said.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Giuliani, Donald Trump's, Donald Trump, Bill Pascrell, Trump, effectuate, Pascrell, Disbarment, Nicole Noonan, Rudolph Giuliani, Yvonne Hemsey, , Stephen Gillers, It's, Gillers, hasn't, Thurgood Marshall's, Jan Jacobowitz, New York Rudy Giuliani, Julio Cortez, Jacobowitz, Jacquelyn Martin, Still, Giuliani didn't, He's, Joe Biden, Lev Parnas, Igor Fruman, Parnas, Joshua Roberts, he's, he'd, there's Organizations: Trump, New, New Jersey Democrat, U.S, Attorney, Southern, of, United States, Justice Department, New York University, Bloomberg Law, University of Miami, New York, COVID, Pennsylvania, AP, Republican National Committee, US, Office, Federal, Former New York, White House Locations: Ukraine, New Jersey, Arizona , Michigan, New York , Nevada, Pennsylvania, of New York, New York City, disbarment, Gettysburg, Pa, Washington, Washington , DC, New York
John Fetterman, the former mayor of Braddock, was elected lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania in 2018, beating out better funded opponents. He is often discussed as a potential candidate for governor or US Senate, with elections for both taking place in 2022. John Fetterman, the former mayor of Braddock, was elected lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania in 2018, beating out better-funded opponents. There are several reasons why Fetterman is probably the first lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania that anyone outside the state could recognize. "I think that's what needs to be inculcated more deeply in our criminal justice conversation."
Persons: John Fetterman, Fetterman, Sen, Bernie Sanders, hasn't, It's, Tom Wolf, Corry Sanders, Sanders, Edgar Thompson, Michael S, Williamson, Braddock, Pennsylvania's, Gisele, JohnFetterman, — Gisele Barreto Fetterman, Gov, Donald Trump's, Trump, Bill Clark, Trump's, I'm, Hugo Chavez —, , Sidney Powell, lightheartedly, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Biden, Republican Pat Toomey, Toomey, Wolf Organizations: Business, Trump, Steelers, Eagles, Democratic, Chevy, Republican, Superior Motors, Washington, Getty, Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, AmeriCorps, Twitter, CNN, MSNBC, US, Texas, Gov, Philadelphia Flyers Locations: Braddock, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Wawa, Harrisburg, McKeesport , Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Braddock , Pennsylvania, Allegheny County, Brazil, New York City, Brooklyn, Newark, United States, Clairton , Pennsylvania, that's, York, Western
"By all accounts, Georgia had a wildly successful and smooth election," Raffensperger, a Republican wrote in an op-ed published in USA Today. "By all accounts, Georgia had a wildly successful and smooth election," Raffensperger wrote in an op-ed published in USA Today. The Republican secretary of state praised the efficiency with which Georgia administered its election processes, and praised the state for cutting back on long wait times. "This should be something for Georgians to celebrate, whether their favored presidential candidate won or lost," Raffensperger wrote. But I wanted to make sure everyone felt confident in the process and confident in the outcome," Raffensperger wrote.
Persons: Brad Raffensperger, Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden, nonpartisanship, Raffensperger Organizations: Republican, Trump, Georgia, Democratic, General Services Administration, Democrats Locations: Georgia, USA
The El Paso city council voted on Monday to hire legal counsel to help collect the more than half a million dollars owed to the city by the Trump campaign from a rally almost two years ago, local station KTSM reported. The City of El Paso hired legal counsel to help it collect the more than half a million dollars owed to the city by the Trump campaign from a rally almost two years ago, local station KTSM reported. The city council voted unanimously on Monday to hire external lawyers to help collect the nearly $570,000 in debt that the city has been trying to collect since February 2019. A Trump campaign rally took place that month at the El Paso County Coliseum. The Trump campaign did not respond to Business Insider's request for comment.
Persons: Trump, Dee Margo, Insider's Charles Davis, Peter Svarzbein, Karla Nieman, Snapper L, Carr, Donald Trump's Organizations: National Guard, El, Trump, El Paso County Coliseum, Texas Tribune, Tribune, Snapper Locations: El Paso, Texas, City
"Tiger King's" Joe Exotic is trying to get President Donald Trump's attention for a pardon, The New York Times reported. Representatives for Maldonado-Passage reportedly ran up a $10,000 tab at Trump's hotel in an effort to get his attention, The Times reported. "Tiger King's" Joe Exotic, or Joseph Maldonado-Passage, is one of multiple people seeking President Donald Trump's pardon before he leaves office, The New York Times reported. Prior to Flynn's pardon, the president had already issued 28 pardons and 16 commutations, which reduce prison sentences. Back in April, a reporter mentioned during a press conference that one of the president's sons joked about lobbying Trump to pardon the zookeeper.
Persons: Donald Trump's, Joseph Maldonado, Carole Baskin ., Joe, Carole Baskin, Trump, Michael Flynn, Michael T, Flynn, Sergey Kislyak, Maldonado, Read, Kamala Harris, Jill Biden, Don — Organizations: New York Times, Times, Netflix, FBI, Trump International Hotel, Biden White Locations: Maldonado, Oklahoma, Washington , DC
Multiple members of President Donald Trump's inner circle have told him that his legal team is making him look like an idiot, The Daily Beast reported. Trump appointed Rudy Giuliani, his personal lawyer, to lead the Trump campaign's legal challenges to the 2020 election results on November 14. On Monday, NBC reported on Monday that Trump was worried his legal team were "fools that are making him look bad." Multiple confidants of President Donald Trump are telling him that the behavior and actions of his legal team are making him look like an idiot, The Daily Beast reported, citing two people with knowledge of the conversations. On Wednesday, The Daily Beast reported that multiple members of Trump's inner circle had told the president that his legal strike force was "making him look like an idiot," according to the outlet.
Persons: Donald Trump's, Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Joshua Roberts, Vinny, Maggie Haberman, Bill Pascrell, effectuate, Joe Raedle, Biden Organizations: Daily, Trump, NBC, New, New York City, White, New York Times, NBC News, Democratic, Queen Theater, Republican Party Locations: Philadelphia, New York, Arizona , Michigan, New York , Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wilmington , Delaware
Major Apple supplier Foxconn is moving some production of the iPad and Macbook from China to Vietnam, a source told Reuters. The source said Apple requested the move as a way of making its supply chain less reliant on China, following the trade war between the nation and President Donald Trump's administration. The development comes as the outgoing administration of President Donald Trump encourages US firms to shift production out of China. The lines will also take some production from China, the person said, without elaborating how much production will shift. Shifting iPad production to Vietnam will mark the first time Foxconn has assembled the device outside of China.
Persons: Apple, Donald Trump's, Donald Trump, Foxconn, Taiwan's Foxconn, Hai, we've, Liu Young Organizations: Apple, Reuters, Hai Precision Industry Co, Tuesday, FuKang Technology, Pegatron Locations: China, Vietnam, United States, Bac Giang, India, Mexico, Washington
Sidney Powell, the attorney formerly working with the Trump campaign, has released legal documents challenging election results in Georgia and Michigan. Business Insider found that the Michigan suit had been lodged in federal court, but could not verify the status of the Georgia one. Attorney Sidney Powell has pressed ahead with lawsuits alleging "massive election fraud" in Georgia and Michigan even after President Donald Trump's legal team publicly dumped her. The segment prompted a right-wing backlash against Carlson, which quietened notably after the Trump legal team distanced itself from Powell. In Georgia, Powell's suit is aimed at Republican Govs.
Persons: Sidney Powell, Trump, Powell, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, Donald Trump's, Rudy Giuliani, Maggie Haberman, Biden, Hugo Chavez, Andrew Appel, Appel, , Jonathan Ernst, Reuters Powell, Tucker Carlson, Carlson, quietened, Gretchen Whitmer, Republican Govs, Brian Kemp, Brad Raffenberger, Raffenberger Organizations: Business, Michigan, States Districct, Trump, New York Times, CNN, Princeton, RNC, Reuters, Fox News, Democratic, Republican Locations: Georgia, Michigan, States, Venezuelan, China, Iran, Washington, Powell, In Michigan
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he had granted a "full pardon" to his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. The request was put on hold while the federal judge presiding over Flynn’s case reviewed the request. "President Trump dangled this pardon to encourage Flynn to backtrack on his pledge to cooperate with federal investigators — cooperation that might have exposed the President’s own wrongdoing. Flynn lied to those agents as well — a federal crime that Mueller’s team used to get a guilty plea from Flynn. After Flynn’s initial plea, Trump tweeted, "I had to fire General Flynn because he lied to the Vice President and the FBI."
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President Donald Trump on Wednesday phoned into a Pennsylvania state Senate hearing where his lawyers were appearing as part of their shriveling legal battle against the election results. The majority of the cases have been denied, dismissed, settled or withdrawn and no court has found even a single case of voter fraud. Trump's hopes of fighting the election results were further dampened this week as several key swing states, including Pennsylvania, certified their election results. Trump ended his call by showering praise on former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is representing his case in Pennsylvania along with lawyer Jenna Ellis. Behind the scenes, however, Trump has expressed frustration with his legal team, as NBC News reported earlier this week.
Persons: Donald Trump, Gettysburg , Pennsylvania — Trump, Jenna Ellis, Donald Trump's, Samuel Corum, Joe Biden's, Trump's, Trump, Rudy Giuliani Organizations: Wyndham, Getty, Trump, New, New York City, NBC News Locations: Pennsylvania, Gettysburg , Pennsylvania, Gettysburg, Pa, New York
WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden is expected to deliver a Thanksgiving address on Wednesday from Wilmington, Del. Biden's speech comes as the coronavirus cases continue to increase around the country, raising alarm among some health officials that holiday travel and indoor gatherings could lead to more outbreaks. The country is also facing a surge in food insecurity due to the impact of the virus, with food banks around the country reporting long lines ahead of the holiday. The speech follows President Donald Trump's traditional turkey pardoning on Tuesday, when the outgoing president touted a record-setting stock market but made no mention of the record-high Covid-19 cases. Biden will spend the Thanksgiving holiday at his beach house in Rehoboth, Delaware.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump's, Biden Organizations: WASHINGTON Locations: Wilmington, Del, Rehoboth , Delaware
Here’s why Trump’s lawyers are very unlikely to face disbarment, suspension, or even lighter sanctions such as a fine. BAN ON DECEITFUL CONDUCTAll 50 states and the District of Columbia have legal ethics rules for lawyers that are derived from standards published by the American Bar Association. Judges can punish lawyers who violate ethics rules in a particular case by ordering them to pay the winning party’s legal fees. “We’re under an obligation make statements that have a basis in truth.”In one instance, a Trump lawyer has been accused of crossing the line. Giuliani either knew his tweet was false, or reasonably should have known it was false, Faughnan said.
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Now that he’s been voted out of office, immigration experts and advocates say his actions, including policy changes that took place at an “unprecedented” pace, will take some time for a new administration in the middle of an ongoing pandemic to undo. Three people involved in crafting Biden's immigration platform have told NBC News that the changes will be hard-fought and that they may not happen all at once. Overall, the institute estimates Trump made more than 400 executive actions to change the immigration system, at an "unprecedented" pace. Garcia said while policy change takes time, narrative change and the image projected by America are also critical. “There’s already an expression of relief in border communities and families for potential change,” he said.
Persons: Donald Trump, he’s, ” Muzaffar Chishti, Joe Biden, Biden, Alejandro Mayorkas, Chishti, Trump, Obama, Fernando Garcia, Garcia, , , ” Chishti, it’s, “ There’s Organizations: Migration Policy Institute, NBC News, , Trump, Border Network, Human Rights Locations: Mexico, Central, America
Vance published his memoir, "Hillbilly Elegy," in June 2016, no one could have foreseen how Donald Trump's imminent electoral victory would propel him into the role of America's de facto "poverty whisperer." "Hillbilly Elegy" and its convenient timing propelled the author to the top of the talking-head circuit. These shared experiences make it obvious to me that Netflix's "Hillbilly Elegy" fails to communicate anything of real substance. In doing so, "Hillbilly Elegy" turned Vance into a household name by peddling his anecdotal accounts of welfare abuse or habitual unemployment to justify the idea that people are to blame for their own suffering. By following Vance's lead, Howard has turned a community's moral failings and human anguish into Oscar bait for those looking to find yet another reason to scoff at the working class.
Persons: J.D, Vance, Donald Trump's, America's, , Ron Howard, Oscar, Amy Adams, Bev, Gabriel Basso, Owen Asztalos, Glenn, Vanessa Taylor, Glenn Close, Howard Organizations: Netflix, New York Times, Yale Law, West Virginian, Trump Locations: America, Appalachia, West, Ohio, West Virginia
Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are optimistic the Biden administration will allow them to rebuild and move forward on dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. The CDC was sidelined by the Trump administration over their warnings on the severity of the outbreak. Trump and his close allies instead pushed misinformation about the novel coronavirus for months, and touted unproven medicines as cures. The CDC has been sidelined by President Donald Trump's administration during the COVID-19 pandemic, in part for their warnings about the outbreak in the US and their efforts to highlight the seriousness of the novel coronavirus. One CDC official told CNN they were excited the transition had finally begun.
Persons: Biden, Trump, Joe Biden, Donald Trump's, Nancy Messonnier, Celine Gounder, Biden's, we've Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, CDC, CNN, Trump, Officials, National Center, Politico, General Services Administration, Johns Hopkins University
Biden says he would meet with Trump if Trump asked
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( ) edition.cnn.com + 0.96   time to read: 1 min
CNN's Erin Burnett discusses President-elect Joe Biden's interview with NBC where Biden says he hopes to heal the deep divide in the US by potentially adding a Trump voter to his administration, despite President Trump's refusal to concede and the two not meeting since the 2020 election.
Persons: CNN's Erin Burnett, Joe Biden's, Biden, Trump's Organizations: NBC, Trump
Dollar on shaky ground as investors shift to riskier assets
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The dollar nursed losses on Wednesday as progress in developing a novel coronavirus vaccine and expectations for a fiscal boost from a new U.S. government triggered a shift of funds from the greenback to riskier assets. The U.S. currency teetered near a two-month low against the Australian dollar and a two-year low against the New Zealand dollar, both considered barometers of risk sentiment due to their close ties with the global commodities trade. The dollar stood at $1.1901 against the euro on Wednesday in Asia, close to a two-week low. The dollar index, pitting the dollar against a basket of six major currencies was at 92.129 after falling 0.4% on Tuesday. The New Zealand dollar, which has rallied 5.6% so far this month, is trading just shy of its strongest since June 2018.
Persons: Janet Yellen, Joe Biden's, Junichi Ishikawa, Yellen, Donald Trump's, Biden Organizations: New Zealand, Federal, IG Securities, Fed, British, Treasury, Bitcoin Locations: U.S, Tokyo, Asia
President Donald Trump's trade tariffs have created "leverage" that the incoming Biden administration could use to get the outcomes it wants on the international stage, said former top White House trade negotiator Clete Willems. Several trade experts have said that President-elect Joe Biden will likely favor working with allies over slapping punitive tariffs to settle international disputes. But some experts have said Biden may not remove tariffs that Trump has imposed. "Whether you love the tariffs or hate the tariffs, they have created leverage for United States. (The) United States has raised important questions about the multilateral system, and I hope that this (Biden) administration would use that leverage to get outcomes," Willems told CNBC's "Street Signs Asia" on Wednesday.
Persons: Donald Trump's, Biden, Clete Willems, Trump, Joe Biden, Willems, CNBC's Organizations: White House, European Union, U.S, Trump, United Locations: China, Canada, United States, States
Rep. Bill Pascrell, a Democrat from New Jersey, filed a complaint to the New York State judicial conduct body to revoke Giuliani's license, the congressman tweeted Tuesday. Giuliani and other Trump supporters have been leading efforts attempting to overturn the results of the election, citing disputed conspiracy theories related to election fraud, voter fraud, and mail-in voting. "Donald Trump has done great damage to this nation — but he has always had helpers," Pascrell told The Washington Post via a spokesperson. A congressman from New Jersey filed a complaint seeking to disbar President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani after attempts to invalidate President-elect Joe Biden's win. Giuliani and others have been leading lawsuits attempting to overturn the results of the election, citing conspiracy theories related to election fraud, voter fraud, and mail-in voting.
Persons: Bill Pascrell, Pascrell, disbarring Giuliani, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Donald Trump's, Rudy Giuliani, Joe Biden's, Read, Kamala Harris, Jill Biden Organizations: New, Trump, Washington Post, New York, Biden White House, Associated Press Locations: New Jersey, Arizona , Michigan, Nevada , New York, Pennsylvania, United States, America
Without mentioning him by name, former President Barack Obama took jabs at President Donald Trump's handling of COVID-19 during an interview with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night. Obama said that the US COVID-19 response could have done better by "preliminarily communicating effectively" and "respecting the science." The former president also said it would have been helpful if the Trump administration was "not undermining the leading epidemiologist in the country and saying he's an idiot." Without calling him out by name, former President Barack Obama vented his frustration at President Donald Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The former president said the US COVID-19 response could have done better by "preliminarily communicating effectively" and "respecting the science."
Persons: Barack Obama, Donald Trump's, Stephen Colbert, Obama, Trump, Anthony Fauci Organizations: Trump, White, Johns Hopkins University .
Twitter announced Tuesday it's relaunching its public application program for verified status, marked by a blue check. Twitter is rebooting its verification system, and the proposed new guidelines could see persistent rule-breakers stripped of their coveted blue check-marks. Twitter gives "verified" status to selected accounts belonging to public figures and organizations, signified by a blue check mark next to their account name. The system has been on ice for three years, but the company announced Tuesday its application process for verified status would relaunch in early 2021. Verified accounts could lose their blue checks if they repeatedly break Twitter's rules.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Minneapolis George Floyd protestsc, Joe Biden, he's, Twitter, Jason Kessler, Kessler Organizations: Twitter, Charlottesville, Minneapolis, Trump
Biden's 'America is back' is good news for Germany
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Holly Ellyatt | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Biden said he will turn away from outgoing President Donald Trump's "America First" strategy to a more outward-looking U.S. that seems eager to lead, and to embrace its global allies once again. "America is back — we're at the head of the table again," Biden told NBC News in his first interview since being confirmed as the next president. Warm welcomeGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel "very warmly" welcomed Biden's win, and acknowledged that her country needed to take on more responsibility within the transatlantic partnership. "America is and will remain our closest ally, but it expects more from us — and rightly so," Merkel said on Nov. 9, adding that Germany is "working on it." Relief at Biden's election is pervasive in the German Parliament, with officials seeing Biden as a chance to reset relations.
Persons: Angela Merkel, Joe Biden, CHRISTOF STACHE, Joe Biden's, Biden, Donald Trump's, Trump, Biden's, Merkel, Peter Beyer, Donald Trump, Ursula van der Leyen, von der Leyen, Beyer Organizations: AFP, Getty, NBC News, Christian Democratic Union, CDU, CNBC, Trade, Transatlantic Trade, Investment Locations: Berlin, America, Europe, Germany, U.S, EU, United States
In a video posted on Twitter on Tuesday, Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera said he can't "continue denying the results of the election." He said President Donald Trump's legal challenges are "totally ineffective" and that there's "no realistic prospect" they "will overturn the results of the election." Rivera's comments came a day after Fox News host Laura Ingraham made similar remarks, saying Trump's legal case is hopeless and Biden will be the next president. There is no realistic prospect that any legal challenges will overturn the results of the election," Rivera said. "But I do not believe there is any prospect whatsoever that any court in the land will reverse the results of this election," Rivera said.
Persons: Geraldo Rivera, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden, Rivera's, Laura Ingraham, Biden, Donald Trump, Rivera, Trump, Trump's, President Trump, Ingraham, Tucker Carlson Organizations: Twitter, Fox News, Georgia, Monday Locations: Georgia, United States
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Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have drawn up plans to expand their property on President Trump's New Jersey golf course, The New York Times reported. Recent coverage has suggested that the couple are unlikely to be welcomed back to the New York social scene. Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are looking to expand their estate in New Jersey, The New York Times reported, as they plan their life after the White House. It comes as early signs from the high-flying New York social scene where they once moved suggest they may not be welcomed back. The Times reported that the moves in Bedminster come as their former social circle in New York looks poised to spurn them.
Persons: Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Trump's, It's, Trump, Kushner, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Drew Angerer, Donny Deutsch Organizations: Trump's New, New York Times, Times, New, The New York Times, Trump, White, The Times, House, CNN Locations: Trump's New Jersey, New York, New Jersey, The, York, Bedminister Township, Bedminster, Manhattan, Washington DC
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