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A movement to rein in online pornography is rapidly intensifying, fueled by conservative outrage and growing unease over the accessibility of sexual content online, especially for children. Pornography is mentioned on the first page; banning pornography and locking up those who produce it are proposed on Page 5. He was an occasional guest at Hugh Hefner’s famed Playboy Mansion and made cameos in soft-core pornographic films produced by the company – though not in any scenes depicting sexual content or nudity. ‘Sex is the canary in the coal mine’The Supreme Court has deemed previous attempts to curb online pornography unconstitutional on First Amendment grounds. They were designed to protect adults from accessing adult content, which, of course, is their stated aim.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, , , Terry Schilling, Hugh Hefner’s, Stormy Daniels, Karen McDougal –, McDougal, Daniels, Kevin Roberts, ” Roberts, ” Roberts hasn’t, Ben Carson, Charlie Kirk, Chris LaCivita, Susie Wiles, President Trump, LaCivita, Wiles, Mike Stabile, ” Pornhub, , Robert Winterton, Pornhub, Solomon Friedman, It’s, ” Schilling, Paul Dans, Stabile, ” Stabile, Schilling, “ It’s, Stuart Brotman, Brotman –, Playboy’s Hefner –, Roberts, ” Brotman, Ben Bull, ” Bull Organizations: CNN, Trump, Heritage Foundation, Playboy, Heritage, Housing, Urban, Free Speech Coalition, US, Apple, Google, Facebook, , National Center, Media, Ethical Capital Partners, Republicans, US Department of Justice, University of Tennessee, GOP Locations: Manhattan, Washington, DC, Lake Tahoe, Texas, – Virginia, Montana , North Carolina , Arkansas , Utah , Mississippi, Louisiana, California, Knoxville
Mr. Biden recently indicated he would debate Mr. Trump, but had until now declined to give any firm commitment or specific details. In a video announcing his offer, Mr. Biden taunted Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump leads Mr. Biden in most polls of battleground states, including the recent surveys by The New York Times, Siena College and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Significantly more voters trust Mr. Trump over Mr. Biden to handle the economy. Mr. Biden, exasperated, famously said to Mr. Trump, “Will you shut up, man?
Persons: Biden, Donald J, Trump, , Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Mr, Biden’s, Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, O’Malley Dillon, , Trump’s, “ Let’s, Donald, Ms, Mark Makela, “ Will, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, Reagan, , There’s, Kennedy, Wiles, LaCivita, George W, Bush’s, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Richard Perry, Romney, Hillary Clinton’s, Bill Clinton, Reid J, Epstein Organizations: The New York Times, Biden, Commission, Mr, Trump, , , Republican National Convention, Republican National Committee, Siena College, The Philadelphia Inquirer, White House, CNN, Electoral College —, Republican, Democratic, ” Networks, CBS News, ABC News, Telemundo Locations: Washington, Trump’s Manhattan, York, Milwaukee, America
Cohen’s testimony ties together the prosecution’s allegations that Trump broke the law by falsifying business records to reimburse Cohen and conceal the hush money payment that Cohen said he made at Trump’s direction. Cohen described his conversations with Trump during the Daniels hush money negotiations, which prosecutors backed up using Cohen’s phone records to show when the two had spoken. Trump,” Cohen said. “Reimbursement of my money,” Cohen said. They joined Trump for the high-profile Cohen testimony, sitting in the gallery behind the former president at the defendant’s table.
Persons: CNN — Michael Cohen, Donald Trump, Stormy Daniels, Trump, Cohen, Daniels, Susan Hoffinger, Todd Blanche, perjurer, David Pecker, Keith Davidson, Karen McDougal, Pecker, Davidson, Dylan Howard, Hope Hicks, , ” Cohen, , Hoffinger, ” Hoffinger, “ Mr, Michael Cohen's, Melania, CNN “, Trump’s, reimbursements Cohen, Allen Weisselberg, Weisselberg, “ David Dennison ”, Peggy Peterson ”, would’ve, ” –, McDougal, glanced, Hicks, Madeleine Westerhout, Cohen’s, wasn’t, Juan Merchan’s, Eric Trump, Susie Wiles, Sen, Rick Scott, J.D, Vance of Ohio, Tommy Tuberville, Nicole Malliotakis, Alina Habba Organizations: CNN, Trump, National Enquirer, Melania Trump, New York, Republican Locations: Yom Kippur, , Trump, Cohen’s, Republic, Manhattan, Florida, Alabama, Staten, Iowa
“You have to respect the office of the presidency,” Mr. Trump said. “When you are Democrat, you start off essentially at 40 percent because you have civil service, you have the unions and you have welfare,” Mr. Trump said on Saturday. director whom Mr. Trump fired amid an investigation into Mr. Trump and his campaign, was connected to the Blagojevich investigation. Mr. Trump also mocked the physical appearance of Jack Smith, the special counsel who has indicted him twice. At another point, Mr. Trump said that if anyone wanted to donate $1 million to the R.N.C.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Biden’s, ” Mr, Trump baselessly, Biden, , Mr, , William P, Barr, Michael Whatley, Mitt Romney, Hope Hicks, Rod Blagojevich, Blagojevich’s, James B, Blagojevich, Jack Smith, Smith, Mike Johnson, Roe, Wade, Trump’s, — Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, Tony Fabrizio — Organizations: Republican National Committee, The New York Times, Trump, Democratic, Mr, Sun Locations: New York, Florida, Palm Beach, Fla, Manhattan, Illinois, Minnesota, Virginia, Nevada , Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin
CNN —Judge Juan Merchan handed down his first punishment to Donald Trump for violating the judge’s gag order in the New York hush money trial Tuesday, fining Trump $9,000 for nine violations. Instead, Davidson negotiated a $130,000 hush money deal with Cohen on Daniels’ behalf, and she did not speak out publicly before the 2016 election. In his order, the judge warned Trump that he could be imprisoned if he continues to willfully violate the gag order. “All you have to do is talk to that a**hole Cohen,” Davidson recalled. His son, Eric Trump, attended the trial – the first family member of the former president to appear during the trial.
Persons: Juan Merchan, Donald Trump, fining, Daniels, Karen McDougal, Keith Davidson, Trump’s, Michael Cohen, Davidson, Cohen, Trump, , Merchan, David Pecker, , ” Merchan, Stormy’s, McDougal, , Dylan Howard –, Gina Rodriguez, “ It’s, ” Davidson, Rodriguez, Peggy Peterson, David Dennison, Joshua Steinglass, Dennison, ” Steinglass, ” Cohen, Gary Farro, Daniels ’, Farro, ” Trump, “ Michael Cohen, He’s, Judge Merchan didn't, Jean Carroll, Prosecutors, Melania Trump, Eric Trump, Susie Wiles, Ken Paxton, David McIntosh, Barron’s Organizations: CNN, fining Trump, Trump, AMI, Prosecutors, American Media Inc, Daniels . Records, Bank, Twitter, Club for Growth, Mar Locations: New York, LA, Texas
“Will Joe Biden Debate? He eagerly attended almost all of the Republican primary debates and all of the general election debates in 2016. About two years ago, the Republican National Committee voted unanimously to withdraw from its participation in the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, the organization governing general-election presidential debates, citing bias. It’s not clear to the Biden campaign what, if anything, changed since the Republican Party pulled out of the commission. The Biden campaign views its 2020 debate experience with Trump as one that was ultimately positive for then-candidate Biden.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden, Biden, Howard Stern, , Trump, , Republican surrogates, Will Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, Kellyanne Conway, Kamala Harris, surrogates, hasn’t, Trump’s, they’re, ” Trump’s, Cornel West, Robert F, Kennedy Jr, isn’t, Ronna McDaniel, McDaniel, He’s, Joe Biden’s, Brett O’Donnell, prepped Sen, Mitt, Ron DeSantis, Mari Will, ” Will, Will, it’s Organizations: CNN, Trump, Truth Social, Fighters, Republican, Trump co, Republican National, Presidential, Labor, Biden, Republican Party, Florida Gov Locations: Biden’s State, Mitt Romney, Florida
Some members of Trump's team want to restructure the Federal Reserve, the WSJ reported. That could include allowing the president to have a direct say on interest rate decisions. Trump has previously been critical of Powell's handling of interest rates during the pandemic. To help the Fed achieve its 2% inflation target, the Federal Open Market Committee has hiked interest rates 11 consecutive times since March 2022. Advertisement"I think he's going to do something to probably help the Democrats, I think, if he lowers interest rates," Trump said, adding that "it looks to me like he's trying to lower interest rates for the sake of maybe getting people elected."
Persons: Jerome Powell, , Donald Trump, Trump, President Trump, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, Powell, Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, Joe Biden, Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Biden Organizations: Federal Reserve, Service, Street, Trump, Management, Federal, Fed, Fox News, Republican, Florida Gov, South Carolina Gov, Biden, GOP Locations: New York
CNN —Donald Trump’s campaign is asking Republican candidates and committees using the former president’s name and likeness to fundraise to give at least 5% of what they raise to the campaign, according to a letter obtained by CNN. The letter also included guidelines for Republican candidates and committees when they are using Trump’s name and likeness while fundraising and asked them to avoid “speaking on behalf of” Trump, “creating memberships, clubs, or rewards that are not authorized by the campaign,” “impersonating President Trump or his campaign,” and mentioning Trump’s family without their consent or the consent of the campaign. “It is important to protect small dollar donors from scammers that use the president’s name and likeness,” Trump campaign spokesperson Danielle Alvarez said in a statement. In 2021, his team sent cease-and-desist letters to the RNC and the party’s congressional fundraising arms, asking them to stop using his name and image in their fundraising appeals. Since becoming his party’s presumptive nominee, Trump has launched a takeover of the RNC and now is raising money jointly with the national party.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, fundraise, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, Trump’s, … ” Wiles, LaCivita, Joe Biden’s, ” Trump, ” “, Trump, Danielle Alvarez Organizations: CNN, Republican, Trump National Committee, Republican National Committee, Politico, RNC Locations: Trump’s, York
CNN —A dozen of the nation’s biggest news organizations posted an open letter Sunday, urging President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump to participate in televised debates ahead of the 2024 election. C-SPAN joins other major news organizations to urge the presumptive presidential nominees to publicly commit to participate in general election debates prior to November's election. Biden has not publicly committed to debating Trump, although he has not ruled it out. The Commission on Presidential Debates has scheduled three presidential debates for September and October in Texas, Virginia and Utah. Biden responded to Trump’s calls for earlier debates in February, telling reporters: “If I were him, I’d want him to debate me, too.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, , Biden, Trump, ” Biden, ” Trump, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, I’d, He’s, Trump’s Organizations: CNN, ABC News, Associated Press, CBS News, SPAN, Fox News, NBC, Univision, NPR, PBS, USA, Republican National, Republican Party, Trump Locations: Texas , Virginia, Utah
Twelve news organizations on Sunday urged presumptive presidential nominees Joe Biden and Donald Trump to agree to debates, saying they were a "rich tradition" that have been part of every general election campaign since 1976. Asked on March 8 whether he would commit to a debate with Trump, Biden said, "it depends on his behavior." The Republican National Committee voted in 2022 to no longer participate in forums sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates. The Trump campaign has not indicated it would adhere to that, but did have some conditions. There was no immediate response from the Trump campaign.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Biden, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, Abraham Lincoln, Stephen Douglas, Chris Wallace, it's, Crooked Joe Biden Organizations: Moody, Republican, NewsNation, Democratic, ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox, PBS, NBC, NPR, Associated Press, Trump, Republican National, Commission, Fox News, Univision, USA, Television Locations: Tuscaloosa , Alabama, Illinois, Pennsylvania
Donald Trump's campaign said it raised $50.5 million on Saturday, a staggering reported haul as his campaign works to catch up to the fundraising juggernaut of President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party. Trump and the GOP announced earlier in the week that they raised more than $65.6 million in March and closed out the month with $93.1 million. Biden and the Democrats announced Saturday that they took in more than $90 million last month and had $192 million-plus on hand. Campaign fundraising reports filed with the Federal Election Commission detailing donations from Saturday's event are not expected until a mid-July filing date. But when checks of any amount are written to the combined campaign, the campaign and Save America get paid first by default.
Persons: Donald Trump, John Paulson, Melania Trump, , that's what's, Trump, Biden, Chris LaCivita, Susie Wiles, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden, Jaime Harrison, Lara Trump, Robert Bigelow, Ron DeSantis, John Catsimatidis, Linda McMahon, Steve Wynn, Georgia Sen, Kelly Loeffler, South Carolina Sen, Tim Scott, Doug Burgum, Vivek Ramaswamy —, Nelson Mandela, South Africa's, Jasmine Harris, Jesus Christ, that's Donald Trump Organizations: America, Trump, Republican, Radio City Music Hall, Democratic Party, GOP, Mar, Democratic, Federal, Commission, Republican National Committee, Save, RNC, Save America, Florida Gov, World Wrestling Entertainment, Small Business Administration, South, Tim Scott , North Dakota Gov Locations: Palm Beach , Florida, Beach , Florida, New York, Florida, Las Vegas, Georgia, South Carolina, Tim Scott , North, York
That was happening at the same time, Butler says, that federal investigators were visiting Trump to discuss returning the classified material in the former president’s possession. ‘Hi, Brian.’ ‘Hi Mr. Trump,’ or ‘President Trump.’ And then he went in and talked to them, but I had no clue who those people were.”‘We’re all dirty. Prosecutors allege that De Oliveira lied to the FBI about whether he knew of the boxes of documents at Mar-a-Lago. Less than 30 minutes later, Butler recalled, De Oliveira received a call from Trump, who told him he would get an attorney. “You know, even the voicemail by the attorney that called me, you know, he says, “I’m representing former President Trump.’ Well, that does me no good.
Persons: Brian Butler, , Donald Trump, CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, Butler, Trump, Jack Smith, – Carlos De Oliveira, Trump’s, , Walt Nauta, ” Butler, Evan Corcoran, Brian, , ’ De Oliveira, Nauta, De Oliveira, , , CNN Butler, De Oliveira’s, De, Susie Wiles, Walt, ’ ” Butler, Carlos, ” Wiles, Cassidy Hutchinson, “ I’m, ’ ” De Oliveira, De Olievra, I’m, who’s Organizations: CNN, Trump, FBI, Walt, Secret, Prosecutors, Justice Department, Mar, ‘ Trump, White, Locations: Mar, New Jersey, Casino, Florida, Nauta, Lago
He has encouraged the team to make a concerted effort to host his events at smaller, less costly venues, according to conversations with multiple Trump advisers. Mismatched and functional is the decor of the Trump campaigns’ offices,” a senior Trump adviser told CNN. And those figures don’t even include his mounting legal bills as he faces 91 charges in four criminal indictments. This fund, which reported raising $1.5 million through the end of last year, will continue to be utilized, Trump’s advisers say. One RNC member recently authored a resolution that seeks to ban the RNC from paying Trump’s legal bills.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Susie Wiles, Uber, Susie, Wiles, Chris LaCivita, ” LaCivita, you’re, Trump, that’s, , , Jean Carroll, CNN Trump, Trump’s, , Michael Whatley, Lara Trump, Brian Snyder, Reuters LaCivita Organizations: CNN, Trump, Save America PAC, Make, Inc, White, Save America, Republican, GOP, Biden, Democratic National Committee, Republican National Committee, America, Patriot Legal Defense, RNC, North Carolina, Reuters Locations: New York, York, Manhattan, America, , Durham , New Hampshire
North Carolina, which Trump narrowly won in 2020, is emerging as a critical piece of Biden’s reelection strategy. It has been 16 years since Barack Obama delivered a North Carolina surprise in 2008. Former President Donald Trump gestures after speaking at the North Carolina Republican Party convention in Greensboro on June 10, 2023. She isn’t sure how much longer Republicans can hold the line in North Carolina. “Yes, we have had more growth in our urban communities, and it’s going to make North Carolina trend bluer in the future,” Anderson said.
Persons: North Carolina CNN — Donald Trump, Nikki Haley, Joe Biden, , Paul Shumaker, “ It’s, Haley, Kamala Harris, ” Harris, Barack Obama, Biden, Donald Trump, Chuck Burton, Sarah Reidy, Jones, Charlotte ” –, , Trump, ” Haley, Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins of, Will Trump, Haley’s, Harris, Peter Zay, scoff, Billy Ward, ” Trump, Susie Wiles didn’t, battlegrounds “, ” Wiles, Michael Whatley, Ronna McDaniel, Whatley, MAGA, Thom Tillis, Mark Robinson, Robinson, Roy Cooper, Ben McKeown, Anderson Clayton, ” Clayton, we’ve, ” Anderson, CNN’s Alayna Treene Organizations: North Carolina CNN, Republican, Trump, Democratic, North Carolina Republican Party, GOP, South, Biden, White, College, Duke University, University of North, Getty, Wake County Republican Party, CNN, North, North Carolina GOP, Republican National Committee, Republicans, Gov, state’s Democratic Party, Conservative, Locations: Raleigh, North Carolina, Michigan, “ North Carolina, Durham, Wake County, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Wake, Mecklenburg, , Greensboro, Seattle, South Carolina, Alaska, Susan Collins of Maine, Carolina, University of North Carolina, Durham , North Carolina, Anadolu, GOP’s, Raleigh , North Carolina, Russia, Ukraine, Southern
At one point, Mr. DeSantis lacerated Mr. Trump’s record as president, saying he had failed to deliver on many campaign promises. “I was in Congress the first two years when Trump was president,” Mr. DeSantis said. One supporter asked Mr. DeSantis if he was afraid of being marginalized by Mr. Trump. Mr. DeSantis urged caution on such news reports but appeared to address years-old bad blood between him and one of Mr. Trump’s top aides, Susie Wiles, who had once worked for Mr. DeSantis. Mr. DeSantis sounded very much like a politician still eyeing his political future, including as he talked about pressing for term limits and other national concerns.
Persons: Ron DeSantis, Donald J, Trump’s, , Trump, ” Mr, DeSantis, Biden, , Mr, Donald Trump’s, Susie Wiles, he’s, Chris LaCivita Organizations: Mr, Trump, New York Times, The New York, Locations: Florida
Ron DeSantis after the former GOP presidential candidate privately urged former President Donald Trump to not use "identity politics" when picking his running mate. "chicken fingers and pudding cups is what you will be remembered for you sad little man," Chris LaCivita, who co-manages Trump's campaign, wrote on X in response to a news article about DeSantis' comments. But I don't want people representing 10, 15% of the party being in the driver's seat," DeSantis told supporters on the call, according to audio NBC obtained. DeSantis may have also insulted Susie Wiles, a one-time ally who along with LaCivita leads Trump's campaign, during the call. According to NBC, the Florida governor blamed certain people in Trump's orbit for the former president's treatment of him.
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Trump's success in a second term will hinge on bringing in people committed to his agenda, top appointees from his first term say. Trump and his allies have big plans for a second term — and still-fresh memories of a drawn-out four-year battle against a hostile administrative state. "They have to be resolute with their commitment to the president's vision," a top Trump official said of those who could find themselves tapped for plum roles. "However, none of these groups or individuals speak for President Trump or his campaign. "The starting point for a second Trump term will be the last year of his first term.
Persons: Donald Trump, Julia Nikhinson, Sen, Ted Cruz, Trump, Mark Esper, Jeff Sessions, Robert Mueller, William Barr's, Mike Pence's, Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Doug Burgum, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, Wiles, LaCivita, America's, Mike Pence, Jim Mattis Organizations: Afp, Getty Images WASHINGTON, Trump, Office, Florida Gov, Allies, White House, Senate, Association of, Presidential, NBC News, Biden, Republican Locations: Conway , South Carolina, Ted Cruz of Texas, Iowa, North Dakota, Washington, York, Mexican
Trump’s advisers insist that doesn’t mean he’s taking South Carolina for granted. But we see this as a done deal,” a senior Trump adviser told CNN, referring specifically to South Carolina. Earlier this month, the Trump campaign held two press conferences featuring a series of his top South Carolina surrogates. “Nikki is persona non grata at this point,” Justin Evans, Trump’s director of special projects in South Carolina, told CNN. Those remarks reflect the broader view of Trump’s campaign, which wants him to become the presumptive GOP nominee as soon as possible.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Nikki Haley —, Joe Biden, Biden, Haley, , Susie Wiles, surrogates, Henry McMaster, US Sen, Tim Scott, , “ Nikki, ” Justin Evans, George Bush, Karl Rove, Nikki Haley, ” Trump, , Ron DeSantis, she’s Organizations: CNN, GOP, Republican, South, Trump’s, National Rifle Association, Trump, Palmetto State, New, , Gov, US, South Carolina surrogates, Republican Party, Republican National Committee, Super Locations: South Carolina, Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Virgin, Trump’s, Iowa, New Hampshire, Conway, Myrtle Beach, Lago, Nevada’s nonbinding, California
The heightened concerns over the RNC’s latest financial problems are just the tipping point in a yearslong struggle between Trump and the committee. Trump has asked allies and aides in the past why the RNC must remain neutral in the GOP presidential primary. Trump had previously endorsed both Gruters and Whatley for officer positions at the RNC, but both lost their respective bids. Still, two people familiar with Reed’s departure stressed that his move to the private sector was unrelated to the tensions between Trump and McDaniel. Trump and the RNC need each otherDespite the broader tensions that are playing out both privately and publicly, the Trump campaign and the RNC have a lot to gain from each other.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Ronna McDaniel, McDaniel’s, McDaniel, Michael Whatley, Drew McKissick, Sen, Joe Gruters, Gruters, Whatley, — Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, What’s, Mike Reed, , , “ They’ll, he’s, “ That’s, Organizations: CNN, Republican National Committee, Republican, RNC, South Carolina, Trump, North Carolina Republican, South Carolina Republican, GOP, Victory, White Locations: Lago, Florida
He fought hard in state after state, even as the front-runner amassed a delegate advantage that would be virtually impossible to overcome. Haley decided to skip Nevada’s presidential caucuses next Thursday in favor of a state primary election two days earlier that does not award delegates. Trump could embarrass Haley in her home state of South Carolina later in the month, where the former president has a loyal following. In New Hampshire's recent primary, for example, Trump won a decisive victory against Haley backed by his popularity among traditional Republican voters. The Haley campaign has already rolled out leadership teams and “Women for Nikki” chapters in all 15 Super Tuesday states.
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Factbox-Who Are Trump's Top Presidential Campaign Aides?
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One of her first experiences, according to her LinkedIn profile, was working as deputy director of scheduling for Ronald Reagan's 1980 presidential campaign. Wiles was hired to help Trump's campaign win Florida in the 2016 election, securing a major upset against Democrat Hillary Clinton. He is a close confidant of the former president and a digital expert, recording videos of Trump's campaign appearances for use on social media. A longtime political strategist, Miller initially worked for Texas Senator Ted Cruz in the 2016 presidential campaign, which pitted him against Trump. Jack started out in the 2016 presidential campaign working for Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon who went on to become Housing and Urban Development Secretary in the Trump administration.
Persons: Donald Trump, SUSIE WILES, Chris LaCivita, Wiles, Ronald Reagan's, Reagan, Democrat Hillary Clinton, CHRIS LACIVITA LaCivita, LaCivita, Rand Paul, Ron Johnson, Paul, Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, John Kerry, DAN SCAVINO Dan Scavino, Scavino, Trump, Dan, JASON MILLER Jason Miller, Miller, Ted Cruz, Cruz, STEVEN CHEUNG Steven Cheung, Jason Miller, Cheung, BRIAN JACK Brian Jack, Jack, Ben Carson, Carson, Alexandra Ulmer, Nathan Layne, Steve Holland, Ross Colvin, Pravin Char Organizations: Reuters, Republican Party's, Florida, Democrat, Jacksonville Jaguars, U.S . Marine, Republican, Republican National Committee, Trump, Make, PAC, Swift, Veterans, Trump's, CNN, Ultimate, ex, White House, Urban Development Locations: Florida, Wisconsin, Vietnam, Trump, Texas, California
A top adviser to Donald Trump 's 2024 presidential campaign has a message for some of the wealthiest Republican donors in the country: Don't take the former president's divisive rhetoric too seriously. Wiles' message to donors, to just ignore Trump's hyperbolic rhetoric, is reminiscent of the spin from White House staff while Trump was president. In Palm Beach Tuesday, Wiles' pitch appeared to work, at least on some of the participants. Neither Wiles nor a Trump campaign spokesperson returned requests for comment before publication. A spokeswoman for the Haley campaign said the events this week in New York raised over $1.5 million.
Persons: Donald Trump, Jean Carroll, Trump, Wiles, Joe Biden, Susie Wiles, Republican megadonors, Elliot Investment Management Paul Singer, Nikki Haley, Haley, MAGA, Trump's, Sebastian Gorka, Singer, Betsy Ankney, Ankney, Biden Organizations: U.S, Trump, Republican, American Opportunity Alliance, Elliot Investment Management Paul, Truth, White House, House, CNBC, Palmetto, Singer, NBC News, South, Sunshine State Locations: Manhattan, New York City, U.S, Palm Beach, Fla, South Carolina, Florida, New York
Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to a crowd during a campaign rally on September 25, 2023 in Summerville, South Carolina. A fund intended to pay the legal bills of former president Donald Trump's allies backed chiefly by reported QAnon supporters has spent nearly $400,000, the bulk of which went to a single law firm, new records showed Wednesday. The Patriot Legal Defense Fund received more than $1.5 million between its creation in mid-July and the end of December, according to documents filed with the Internal Revenue Service. Of the total spent by the group, $221,000 went to the firm Brand Woodward Law, mostly in the form of professional and legal fees. Another $150,000 from the fund went to the law firm Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher for the nondescript purpose of "services rendered," the IRS filing shows.
Persons: Donald Trump, Donald Trump's, QAnon, Brand, Gibson, Dunn, Crutcher, Trump, Susie Wiles, Michael Glassner, Caryn, Caryn Borland, Michael Borland, Mike Pence, Michael Organizations: U.S, Patriot Legal Defense Fund, Internal Revenue Service, Brand Woodward Law, IRS, The New York Times, QAnon, Trump, Associated Press, CNBC Locations: Summerville , South Carolina, Montana
Casino magnate Steve Wynn spent the night of the New Hampshire primary alongside Trump. Ron DeSantis’ biggest financial backers and donated $20 million to the super PAC backing DeSantis’ presidential bid. While some of these high-dollar financiers are coming around to Trump, others have shifted to former South Carolina Gov. Her fundraising swing through New York City is expected to bring in $1.5 million in new donations, according to a Haley campaign official. We are anywhere and everywhere in South Carolina.
Persons: Donald Trump, Steve Wynn, Robert Bigelow, Las Vegas businessman Don Ahern, Trump, Ahern, Bigelow, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Rebekah Mercer, Nikki Haley, MAGA, Haley – Trump’s, , Haley, Charles Koch, Susie Wiles, Ken Griffin, Paul Singer, Ricketts, Griffin, Haley’s, , , ” Griffin, Zia Ahmed, Ahmed, Dave McCormick’s, Tim Sheehy’s, Ken Langone, Cliff Asness, Stanley Druckenmiller, Nikki, ” Asness, “ We’ve, CNN’s Ebony Davis Organizations: CNN, Casino, New, Trump . Aerospace, Las Vegas businessman, Trump, Florida Gov, GOP, Mercer, Politico, South Carolina Gov, Inc, South Carolina, Republican, Prosperity, American Opportunity Alliance, Chicago Cubs, Citadel, U.S . House, , Republicans, Wall, AQR Capital Management, South, CBS News Locations: Lago, New Hampshire, Las, Trump’s, Nevada, Palm Beach , Florida, Florida, Trump, Kansas, Palm Beach, Pennsylvania, Montana, New York, New York City, , South Carolina
But the donors in the American Opportunity Alliance do not move in unison, and people supporting Ms. Haley — and who had supported Gov. Some members of the group have been open about wanting a candidate other than Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump also has repeatedly attacked major donors as being part of the “swamp” that he derides. The network supported Ms. Haley, but as The New York Times recently reported, some of its donors regretted that endorsement. They also suggested that they would be focusing intensely on Senate and House races, especially if Mr. Trump became the nominee.
Persons: Republican megadonors, Donald J, Trump, Nikki Haley, Haley’s, Betsy Ankney, Trump’s, Susie Wiles, Puck, Ricketts, Paul Singer, Kenneth Griffin, Haley —, Ron DeSantis, Haley, Mr, DeSantis, , Linda McMahon, President Trump, Nikki Haley’s, Mark Kauzlarich, Jean Carroll, Koch, Emily Seidel, Michael Palmer, Ms Organizations: Republican, American Opportunity Alliance, Chicago Cubs, Sunday, New, Small Business Administration, President, The New York Times, Trump Republican Party, Mr, Prosperity, New York Times Locations: Palm Beach, Fla, Florida, Dallas, Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Indian Wells, Calif
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