Trump news latest: Trump calls for McConnell impeachment as judge bars his company from transferring assets

Donald Trump says Twitter has become “really boring” since he was banned

In the course of a round of appearances by the center-right, Donald Trump this morning called for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to be impeached, claiming that Republican members of Congress “have something about him.”

The former president’s hatred of McConnell is well-known, but there’s no reason to expect other Republican senators to make a concerted effort against him. McConnell has invested heavily in the Senate midterm campaign, while Trump has used a disproportionate share of the money he raised for his own legal accounts.

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Trump’s crackdown on McConnell comes after news that a key former aide, Kash Patel, is to testify before a grand jury investigating the handling of secret documents at Mar-a-Lago after being granted immunity from prosecution.

Patel maintains a personal relationship with Trump and was appointed as one of his official representatives at the National Archives and Records Administration.

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Meanwhile, the judge overseeing New York Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud lawsuit against the Trump Organization, the former president and his family has issued an order barring the transfer of any of their assets without notice – it in court An independent monitor will also be appointed.


BREAKING: Judge names independent monitor for Trump Organization

The New York state judge overseeing Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, his family and his namesake real estate and license company has issued an order barring the transfer of any of assets of the former president or his company without notice. the court and the attorney general’s office.

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New York County Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron also on Thursday granted Ms. James’ request for an independent monitor to oversee compliance with her order, choosing from a list of recommendations made by Ms. James and the Trump Organization.

Andrew Feinberg has the details on the latest legal blow to the former president.

Judge bars Trump Organization from transferring assets

The ruling means that Trump and his companies will have to notify the court-appointed monitor 30 days in advance of “any planned or anticipated restructuring of the Trump Organization, its subsidiaries and all other subsidiaries, or of any plan of elimination or refinancing”. of significant assets of the Trump Organization or have significant liquidity’

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 8:32 p.m


ICYMI: Trump joins GOP chorus of conspiracy theories about Paul Pelosi attack

The former president began making the controversial comments while calling into the Chris Stigall radio show Tuesday morning.

Johanna Chisholm reports.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 8:05 p.m


Twitter users falsely tweet that Donald Trump is dead to test Musk-era content moderation

Tweets falsely suggesting Donald Trump is dead are testing Elon Musk’s Twitter content moderation.

A large number of users began posting tweets suggesting that the former president had died in protest against the new Twitter administration.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 7:35 p.m


Trump’s lawyers tried to intervene on the New York AG’s lawsuit, according to the report

Reporting to Tthe New York Times says members of Donald Trump’s legal team tried to intervene yesterday in the hours before launching a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James.

They warned the Florida lawyers who drafted the lawsuit (which at times sounds a lot like the former president with his trademark bragging and grievances) that it was frivolous and would fail, and that they might be committing malpractice .

Maggie Haberman believes other Trump advisers will now come after Bruce Epstein on the matter.

Here are more details about the lawsuit against Ms. James:

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 7:05 p.m


BBC disinformation correspondent jokes he has ‘new fan’ after Don Jr exposes his experiment

The BBC’s disinformation correspondent joked he has a “new fan” after Donald Trump Jr denounced his new political experiment as “fake news”.

The BBC’s Marianna Spring spoke to The Associated Press about the project. He created five fake Americans and created social media accounts for each of them, trying to show the spread of misinformation and how it affects US politics.

Gustaf Kilander has the details of the Spring project and the response he received.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 6:35 p.m


Ted Cruz complains that Trump has not spent the campaign war chest on Republican candidates

The Texas senator called out the one-term president during Tuesday’s episode of his podcast the verdict, claiming he’s sitting on “a hundred million dollars” instead of using it to support pro-Trump candidates at the polls across the country.

Johanna Chisholm reports.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 5:54 p.m


ICYMI: Trump’s lawsuit against Letitia James

Donald Trump announced on his Truth Social account that he has filed a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James, accusing her of waging a “relentless, pernicious, public and unapologetic crusade” against him.

The former president also claimed in the lawsuit filed in Florida circuit court that the New York attorney general was violating his privacy and property rights.

He said Ms James was violating her rights as a grantor and beneficiary of Donald J Trump’s revocable trust.

Trump further said that Ms. James has done little to protect New York from rampant crime.

The lawsuit stated that the attorney general’s goal is to “destroy him [Donald Trump] personally, economically and politically”.

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Andrew NaughtieNovember 3, 2022 5:05 p.m


Why the Kash Patel deal could spell disaster for Trump

The immunity deal granted to Donald Trump aide Kash Patel could put the former president in legal jeopardy, experts say.

Mr Patel’s immunity could mean the jury is nearing the end, legal experts say.

Former U.S. Attorney Barb McQuade told MSNBC that such deals are made when there is enough information about the case to be useful.

Sravasti Dasgupta themes.

Andrew NaughtieNovember 3, 2022 4:35 p.m


The Trumps’ role in Paul Pelosi’s conspiracy theory blizzard

The details of the attack on Paul Pelosi are described in several court documents based on 911 calls, police videos, surveillance footage and interviews with Mr. DePape, who reportedly told officers he was “sick of the crazy shit.” level of lies coming out of Washington DC” and intended to send a message to members of Congress that there were consequences for their actions.

But within 48 hours of the attack, the case of a man who appeared to be steeped in toxic Internet-fueled conspiracy theories and who nearly killed the husband of the Democratic House speaker was thrown into chaos by the same far-right ecosystem that fueled the attack.

Alex Woodward takes a look at how it unfolds and how the Trumps fit in.

Andrew NaughtieNovember 3, 2022 4:04 p.m


Pelosi Attack: Capitol Police Open Investigation into Lack of CCTV Information

US Capitol Police have launched an internal investigation after officers monitoring CCTV cameras trained on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home failed to notice the sudden immediately preceding a brutal assault on Mrs. Pelosi’s husband last week.

Earlier this week, multiple outlets reported that agents at the department’s command center in Washington, D.C., responsible for monitoring live feeds from cameras installed to monitor Pelosi’s residence, were unaware that anything was amiss. on the morning of October 28 until they saw police vehicles with emergency lights activated outside the speaker’s home.

The officer tasked with monitoring the cameras only discovered footage of the alleged assailant, David DePape, breaking through a glass door at the back of the residence and entering when later reviewing footage from the previous hours.

Andrew NaughtieNovember 3, 2022 3:25 p.m


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