Trump news today: Aides leak possible date for 2024 presidential campaign announcement

‘Get ready’: Trump says he’ll run for president again in 2024

After Donald Trump said at a rally in Sioux City, Iowa, that he wants to run for president in 2024, multiple outlets are reporting that Nov. 14 is the date for his aides to announce a new campaign.

“I will do it again to make our country successful, safe and glorious,” Mr Trump told a rally last night. “Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you – very soon. Be ready.”

No final decision has been made on the timing of the announcement, but Mr Trump has been heavily pursuing it for more than a year.

In addition, Justice Department officials discussed the potential need for a special counsel for the January 6 and Mar-a-Lago documents hearings as a Trump 2024 run appears possible, CNN reported. A hectic activity is expected after the by-elections.

Meanwhile, the judge handling New York Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud case against the Trump Organization and the Trump family will oversee an independent monitor firm, limiting its ability to conduct business.


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Gustaf Glander5 November 2022 09:00


The media is gearing up for the 2022 election by focusing on democratic issues

A television reporter assigned to “democracy issues” would have a quiet time on election night sets, occasionally talking about broken voting machines at a polling station or two.

Not so in 2022.

Between suffragettes and threats to voting rights, news organizations have pressed the pulse. It will continue next Tuesday, taking shape with coverage plans for midterms.

Newsgroups, mindful of public suspicion of journalists, promise transparency in their own operations.

“Because there’s a definite disinformation campaign, there’s an effort to sow confusion, one of the most important things we can do is stick to the facts,” said CBS anchor Norah O’Donnell.

Following the precedent set by the 2018 midterms, broadcast networks will set aside their entire prime-time schedules to follow the action. CNN, Fox News Channel and MSNBC will have wall-to-wall coverage. There are plenty of online options for those who don’t do it on a screen.

Expect surprises. Pre-election polls make for a combustible night, with control of the House and Senate and the lingering question of whether any politician will take Donald Trump’s example from 2020 and not accept the results.

Gustaf.Glander5 November 2022 08:00


Trump aide appears before Mar-a-Lago grand jury

Former Assistant to the President Donald Trump Trump appeared before a federal grand jury after his testimony was exempted, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Kash Patel He appeared on Thursday after the Justice Department agreed to exempt him from prosecution for his testimony and a federal judge in Washington ordered it sealed.

He invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination during his appearance before the grand jury, but Department of Justice — expressly acknowledging his importance as a witness — later granted him immunity that would protect him from having his testimony used against him.

The Justice Department is conducting a criminal investigation into the discovery of classified records seized in an FBI raid on Trump’s Florida properties. Mar-a-Lago, August. On the 8th. During that search the FBI removed more than 100 documents with classification markings. Fifteen boxes of records recovered in January by the National Archives and Records Administration, as well as three dozen classified documents, were turned over to investigators in June.


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Secret Service agents interviewed Trump in a car on January 6 by a selection committee

Gustaf Glander5 November 2022 05:00


The Carter Center will monitor US elections for the first time in response to growing threats to democracy

The Democracy Incentive system established by ex-president Jimmy Carter This year will be the first time that US elections will be monitored Middle Ages.

The Carter Center has monitored more than 110 elections in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia since 1989 as part of efforts to promote democracy around the world. But such activities have never been done in America before.

This year, however, Georgia, Michigan and Arizona will send observers to three states — each with a different mission, but with the overall goal of building trust in the integrity of the voting process.

David Carroll, director of the Center’s Democracy Program, said The Independent The move “recognizes that threats to democratic institutions and norms are greater in the United States than in many countries around the world.”

“Furthermore, it deserves the close attention and priority of groups like us who work to respect democracy and democratic principles,” he added.

Richard Hall5 November 2022 04:01


Former Republican blasts GOP: ‘I can’t continue to support a party that swings elections’

Gustaf Glander5 November 2022 03:00


Laura Kelly of Kansas is the only Democratic governor running for re-election in a state Trump won

Both major parties say Kansas The gubernatorial race is in its final days of abortion politics, with former Republican Gov. Sam Brownback and a long-favoured independent conservative candidate making for a tougher-than-expected contest in the Republican-leaning state.

GOP challenger Derek Schmidt hopes to tap into voter frustration with inflation and crime. Kelly rested largely on the news that Kansas is back financially healthy after past budget woes, with Schmidt tied to Brownback as a key political ally.

“I’m more confident than I’ve ever been,” said former Kansas Democratic Party chairman and former Topeka Mayor Joan Wagnon.

Schmidt, the state’s three-term attorney general, is wrapping up his campaign on the attack with “Kansas Can Do Better” rallies across the state. The Kelly Fellows closed with the “Back On Track, Can’t Go Back” tour.

John Hanna, The Associated Press5 November 2022 02:00


If Trump runs for re-election, the Justice Department may appoint a special counsel, according to the report

The Department of Justice It is reportedly considering appointing a special counsel to oversee its investigations Donald Trump Once the president runs again in 2024.

Mr Trump has been adamant that he will try and protect it Republican Party Again the presidential nomination, the third week of November was seen as a possible launch date for his campaign. According to CNN.

The DoJ has reportedly made no decision on the need for a special counsel in the unprecedented case of deciding to prosecute a former president and an active candidate.

Sources told the news network that officials discussed how a special counsel would protect the Justice Department against allegations that the Biden administration was working against a political rival during the election cycle.

The Justice Department has followed a tradition of going quietly in the weeks leading up to the Nov. 8 midterm elections.

Graeme Massey5 November 2022 01:00


Clinton Argues Labor Secretary Donald Trump Can’t Run for Re-election Because He’s ‘Insurgent’

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