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CNN —Thomas Matthew Crooks visited the Donald Trump rally location twice, his cell phone contained images of both Trump and President Joe Biden, and the would-be assassin’s search history included dates of the Democratic National Convention as well as future Trump events, three US officials told CNN. A US official briefed on the matter, however, later told CNN that investigators believe the account in his name is fake. Secret Service agents killed Crooks after he opened fire. The Secret Service director later offered to answer the senators’ questions at another time and moved to leave. You owe President Trump answers,” Blackburn said as the Secret Service director continued walking.
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The nature of illegal lockouts means they are hard to track directly. One of the responding officers calls a sergeant over, who says there's nothing else they can do. While only 14% of lockout calls led to a police report, 86% of calls about shoplifting did. As they walk over, one of the officers tells the other to look up "illegal lockout" on his phone. A 2006 bill that would have defined illegal lockouts for all Illinois residents was defeated.
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A handful of states, including Texas and Nevada, have set up dedicated systems designed to restore tenants to their homes after an illegal lockout. She and her family still don't have a new apartment, she said, and the eviction cases on her record don't help. BI reviewed two years' worth of lockout cases from the department and found city lawyers routinely dismissed tickets, often without documenting why. Bridget Bennett for Business InsiderThat afternoon, Brown had three cases on his docket in which tenants were alleging they'd been illegally locked out and dozens of cases in which landlords were seeking formal evictions. In 2022, Miami-Dade County passed a tenant's bill of rights that underlines the illegality of lockouts and limits a landlord's ability to harass tenants.
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"Look, I have a cognitive test every day," he said in an interview on Friday with ABC News. Samuel Corum/Getty ImagesCompared to Trump, Biden has released far more comprehensive medical information, with the most recent update coming in February of 2024. One cognitive test is not sufficient to detect issues, doctors told the Wall Street Journal. In it, Dr. Bruce Aronwald said that he has conducted "several comprehensive examinations" and called Trump's cognitive exams "exceptional." Like Biden, though, Trump has made significant public gaffes, such as when he called the president of Egypt the "president of Mexico."
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But the court’s opinion also makes clear that this ruling is not a death knell for Smith’s case. Smith charged Trump with engaging in a “criminal scheme” to subvert the 2020 election; Trump has pleaded not guilty to four counts. In Nixon v. Fitzgerald, the Supreme Court held that a president enjoyed civil immunity for all “official acts.” Now, in Trump v. United States, the court grappled with which “official” acts should also receive criminal immunity. In order to settle the extent of Trump’s immunity, Chutkan should expeditiously schedule the mini-trial to hear witness testimony and receive other relevant evidence from both parties. In response to Trump’s assertion of civil immunity there, the DC Circuit put in place a lengthy discovery schedule for the lower court to determine the extent of Trump’s civil immunity.
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With Monday’s Supreme Court presidential immunity ruling likely preventing a trial in the federal election subversion case before the election, Trump is poised to avoid pre-election trials in the three most significant criminal prosecutions he faces. It will determine Trump’s legal fate. A Supreme Court ruling that hamstrings the DC federal subversion caseThe charges by special counsel Jack Smith alleging Trump subverted the 2020 election was the second to last of the four cases brought. “You can’t charge a former president for a crime for the first time in history without going to Supreme Court,” Cobb said. But the new Supreme Court immunity standard jeopardizes the use of much of that conduct in the case.
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He applauds the Biden administration's efforts to extend federal student loan relief and access to capital to entrepreneurs, for example. Today, Trump leads Biden in Georgia by 43% to 38%, according to a new Atlanta Journal-Constitution survey of likely voters, an edge just outside its 3.1% margin of error. Social issues are business issues," said Molly Dickinson, founder of Banner Day, a branding agency that works closely with "traditionally underserved" entrepreneurs. "Small-business owners make business decisions based on how comfortable they feel in their home lives and in their everyday lives." "Business has been OK," Chey said, but food and labor costs have taken a toll.
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Read previewWhen Rudy Giuliani filed for bankruptcy late last year, it gave him some room to breathe. They all flowed into a federal bankruptcy court, where creditors could negotiate for whatever funds the aging former New York City mayor had left. But if the judge were to agree with the creditors and appoint a Chapter 11 bankruptcy trustee, Giuliani would lose control of his own financial life. AdvertisementA bankruptcy trustee would control all of Giuliani's assets and would be able to sell his two homes unimpeded. Giuliani's creditors have formed a supergroup to try to dig into his finances.
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CNN —Donald Trump’s conviction in his criminal hush money trial last month led to the two largest single days of fundraising for his White House campaign this cycle, newly released campaign finance reports show. On May 30 and May 31 — the day of the conviction and the day after — at least $27 million in itemized contributions flowed into the former president’s main campaign committee, according to a CNN analysis of donors giving at least $200 over the cycle. Prior to the conviction, the two largest fundraising days were following Trump’s indictment in the hush money case in Manhattan in early April 2023 — his first indictment — and his booking into the Fulton County jail in late August for charges in the Georgia 2020 election subversion case. But each of those days brought in daily itemized contributions closer to $1.3 million, less than a tenth of the nearly $15 million that flowed into the campaign on May 30 of this year, the records show.
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CNN —Former special prosecutor Nathan Wade says he believes Donald Trump will “absolutely” be put on trial in Georgia in the 2020 election subversion case – even if he wins a second term and he’s in the White House at the time. The question of whether a sitting US president can be forced to stand trial for state-level criminal charges has never been litigated. Wade said in the interview Wednesday that he expects prosecutors and defense attorneys will have to confront that unprecedented scenario if Trump wins the 2024 election. Nathan Wade was asked if he thinks Trump can still be on trial as president. Trial court Judge Scott McAfee had previously ruled that Willis could remain on the case if Wade stepped away, prompting his resignation.
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A Georgia appeals court on Wednesday halted the criminal election case against Donald Trump in the state pending the outcome of his bid to disqualify the district attorney prosecuting the former president. The order by the Georgia Court of Appeals all but guarantees that Trump and eight co-defendants in the case will not stand trial before the November presidential election, where Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee. The appeals court said it would hear arguments on Oct. 4 on Trump's effort to boot Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis from the case. The appeals court must rule on the question by March 14, 2025, according to the court's website. The appeals court order Wednesday halting the case also applies to Rudy Giuliani, David Shafer, Robert Cheeley, Michael Roman, Mark Meadows, Cathy Latham, Jeffrey Clark and Harrison Floyd.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Fani Willis, Scott McAfee, Willis, Joe Biden, Rudy Giuliani, David Shafer, Robert Cheeley, Michael Roman, Mark Meadows, Cathy Latham, Jeffrey Clark, Harrison Floyd, Michael Cohen, Stormy Daniels Organizations: Georgia, Trump, Republican, Fulton Locations: Georgia, Fulton, Fulton County, New York, Manhattan
The Georgia Court of Appeals on Wednesday stayed the criminal election interference case against former President Donald J. Trump until an appellate panel could resolve the matter of whether the district attorney in Fulton County should be disqualified from prosecuting the case based on a conflict of interest. In a one-page order, the court stated that any movement at the trial-court level pertaining to Mr. Trump and eight other defendants who have appealed a ruling allowing the prosecutor, Fani T. Willis, to remain on the case was “stayed pending the outcome of these appeals.”Earlier this week, the appellate court set a tentative date for oral argument of Oct. 4. Legal experts expect the appeals will take months to resolve. The order was more bad news for critics and opponents of Mr. Trump who had hoped that he would stand trial in Georgia before he faced off against President Joseph R. Biden in the general election. Mr. Trump and a number of his allies were indicted in Georgia last summer in a sweeping racketeering case that accused them of trying to overturn his 2020 election loss in the state.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Fani, Willis, , Joseph R, Biden Organizations: Wednesday Locations: Georgia, Fulton County
Other Trump cases are in suspended animationTwo federal cases against Trump, in which he’s also pleaded not guilty, are in a holding pattern. At the same time, multiple disputes in pre-trial motions have put the looming federal trial in Florida over Trump’s alleged mishandling of classified documents into suspended animation. But if Trump wins, he could appoint an attorney general who could halt the federal cases in their tracks. Garland is also likely to face scrutiny over the Hunter Biden trial. Republicans celebrated when a plea deal, which they saw as “sweetheart” treatment for Hunter Biden, collapsed in court.
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With a one-page order, the Georgia Court of Appeals on Monday made it all the more likely that Donald J. Trump will not face a criminal trial in the state before he faces off against President Biden in the November election. That suggests that the matter almost certainly will not be resolved in time for a trial to start before the election. While the court does not have to hear arguments on the appeal, lawyers for Mr. Trump and another defendant said they would ask it to do so. Anthony Michael Kreis, a law professor at Georgia State University, said it was “pretty highly likely” that the court would agree to oral arguments, given the complexity of the issues. The delay in setting a trial date represents a major victory for Mr. Trump.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Biden, Willis, Anthony Michael Kreis Organizations: Mr, Georgia State University Locations: Georgia, Fulton County
Federal Documents CaseImage The federal indictment against Mr. Trump in the documents case. The charges were brought by Jack Smith, the special counsel appointed to oversee the federal investigations into Mr. Trump. Credit... Jacquelyn Martin/Associated PressLast summer, Mr. Smith charged Mr. Trump with conspiring to subvert democracy and stay in power against the will of voters following his loss in the 2020 election. Georgia Election CaseImage Fani Willis, the Fulton County district attorney, at a hearing on the Georgia election interference case in March in Atlanta. Dozens of pretrial motions have yet to be resolved, including recent sparring over the precedent in a legal case from the 1890s.
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New York CNN —On online forums that have previously been linked to mass shootings, people are threatening violence and attempting to publicly identify the 12 New York jurors who on Thursday decided to convict former President Donald Trump. The calls for retribution began immediately after the verdict was announced. “Hope these jurors face some street justice,” one anonymous user on a pro-Trump forum wrote. The judge in the Trump New York trial issued an order in March agreeing with prosecutors that most information about the jurors would be sealed. Last summer, purported names, photographs and home addresses of grand jurors in Fulton County, Georgia, circulated on the far-right internet after the grand jury voted to indict Trump.
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In New York, where Trump was convicted, there are “collateral consequences” of being convicted of a felony. In Florida, felons lose civil rights, including the ability to hold public office and serve on a jury. Trump is a Florida resident, and Florida defers to New York law on the question of felons voting. In New York, convicted felons cannot obtain a permit to possess a firearm. That’s not at issue in this New York case, and it’s not going to happen when Republicans control the House as they currently do.
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Read previewFormer President Donald Trump's fundraising page crashed Thursday evening after he called for donations following his guilty verdict in a criminal trial in Manhattan. "So many Americans were moved to donate to President Trump's campaign that the WinRed pages went down," the post read. AdvertisementDonors can contribute $100 to his campaign under the option: "DONATE THIS AMOUNT IF YOU THINK PRESIDENT TRUMP DID NOTHING WRONG!" After being indicted in Manhattan in April 2023, the Trump campaign said he made about $5 million in donations in 48 hours. A spokesperson for Trump's campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment sent outside regular business hours by Business Insider.
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"We respect the rule of law, and have no additional comment," White House Counsel's Office spokesperson Ian Sams said in a statement to the White House press pool. Politico reported that last year, Biden directed the White House, the Democratic National Committee, and his reelection campaign to largely avoid commenting on Trump's legal cases. Advertisement"We're not here today because of what's going on over there," Biden campaign communication director Michael Tyler told reporters, according to the Associated Press. AdvertisementThe verdict comes just weeks before Trump and Biden square off in history's earliest televised major presidential debate. It is almost certain that Trump's legal issues will come up again there.
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False reports about the jury instructions in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial have been spreading across right-wing media, leading to threats against the judge overseeing the case. Those "unlawful means" aren't charges themselves and would not result in separate convictions, so jurors do not have to unanimously agree on them. The jury instruction was complex and nuanced and some right-wing accounts ran with false reports. On X, after a right-wing influencer asked followers who among them wanted to see Merchan locked up for treason. In August, Trump supporters posted the names and addresses of the Fulton County grand jurors who indicted Trump and 18 of his co-defendants.
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CNN —A Fulton County judge will allow a co-defendant of Donald Trump in the Georgia election subversion case to continue his effort to access thousands of 2020 ballots to argue debunked voter fraud theories. Floyd’s attorneys are pushing to access more than 500,000 ballots from Fulton County, claiming they intend to produce “evidence” that thousands of votes were improperly excluded from the final vote tally. Defendant Harrison Floyd with attorney Christopher Kachouroff in court during a hearing at the Fulton County Courthouse on May 28 in Atlanta. Dennis Byron/Pool/Getty ImagesChad Alexis, senior assistant attorney for Fulton County, pushed back on 2020 voter-fraud arguments from Floyd’s attorneys. The Fulton County racketeering case against Trump has effectively been at a standstill.
Persons: Donald Trump, Harrison Floyd, Trump, Joe Biden, Scott McAfee, McAfee, Brad Raffensperger, Floyd, Christopher Kachouroff, Dennis Byron, Chad Alexis, Alexis, ” Alexis, Fani Willis, Nathan Wade Organizations: CNN, Trump, Fulton, Republican, Courthouse Locations: Fulton, Georgia, Fulton County, Maryland, Atlanta
The protest vote against Mr. Biden there was nearly double that against Mr. Trump, who won about 85 percent of the vote in the Republican primary. Turnout also plunged in the Democratic primary, with about 184,000 votes tallied, compared with the more than 537,000 recorded in 2020. In neighboring Washington State, the uncommitted ballot option got nearly 10 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary in late March. Image Fani Willis, the Fulton County district attorney, celebrated her re-election win in the Democratic primary on Tuesday in Atlanta. The Democratic primary for district attorney in Fulton County, Ga., ended in a remarkable blowout.
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Two key players in the Georgia election interference case against former President Donald Trump have defeated challengers in Tuesday's election. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee both won. McAfee won a nonpartisan contest, which means he will serve a full four-year term beginning in January. As she moves on to the general election, the odds would seem to be in Willis' favor as well. Fulton County includes most of the city of Atlanta and is heavily Democratic, about 73% of its voters having cast ballots for President Joe Biden in the 2020 election.
Persons: Fani Willis, Donald Trump, Scott McAfee, Willis, McAfee, Christian Wise Smith, Republican Courtney Kramer, Joe Biden, Kramer, Trump Organizations: Fulton, Superior, Trump, Democratic, Republican Locations: Fulton County, Atlanta , Georgia, Georgia, Atlanta, Fulton
Two key players in Donald J. Trump’s criminal case in Georgia won their races on Tuesday night, The Associated Press reported: Judge Scott McAfee, who won a general election race; and Fani T. Willis, the Fulton County district attorney, who won a Democratic primary. The two candidates were considered the favorites in their respective races. But they were running for second terms a few months after the election-interference case against Mr. Trump and his allies hit serious turbulence. In mid-March, Judge McAfee ruled that she could stay on the Trump case if the subordinate, Nathan J. This month, the Georgia Court of Appeals agreed to review the judge’s decision.
Persons: Donald J, Scott McAfee, Willis, Trump, , Judge McAfee, Nathan J, Wade Organizations: Associated Press, Democratic, Fulton County Superior Court Locations: Georgia, Fulton County
Voters are headed to the polls on Tuesday in several states. Vince Fong, a state lawmaker and onetime aide to Mr. McCarthy, had a significant lead in the primary. Georgia, Kentucky, Oregon and Idaho have primary contests today. In Kentucky and Oregon, voters will also weigh in on the presidential primaries, raising the possibility of protest votes against both President Biden and former President Donald J. Trump. Fani T. Willis, the Fulton County district attorney, will face a challenger in the Democratic primary for her position.
Persons: Kevin McCarthy, Vince Fong, Mr, McCarthy, Mike Boudreaux, Biden, Donald J, Fani Willis, Fani, Willis, Christian Wise Smith, Scott McAfee, Trump’s, Robert Patillo II, Tiffani Johnson Organizations: Congressional District, Trump, Democratic Locations: Tulare County, Georgia, Kentucky, Oregon, Idaho, Fulton County
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