Trump News Today - Latest: Jan. 6 panel considers ex-president's call as top aides receive subpoenas, phones confiscated

Trump News Today – Latest: Jan. 6 panel considers ex-president’s call as top aides receive subpoenas, phones confiscated

Trump’s ex-lawyer believes the ex-president is in legal danger

The Department of Justice has said it is willing to accept one of Donald Trump’s nominees for “special master” in his legal dispute with the FBI.

Federal prosecutors filed a legal file Monday night to sign the motion of Raymond Deere, a 78-year-old former U.S. District Judge appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1986.

The private master is a trusted third party reviewing top-secret documents from Mr. Trump’s Florida home in Mar-a-Lago to determine whether any should be excluded from the case.

This came after the Justice Department’s investigation into the storming of the Capitol on January 6, 2021 expanded in a dramatic way as dozens of current and former Trump aides were called to testify and documents, some of whom even had their phones confiscated.

The Department of Justice’s first concrete step was to focus the agency’s January 6 investigation around the White House and the president, rather than just riot control.


Oz campaign attacks supporters with desperate texts

Dr. Mehmet Oz is struggling to catch up with John Fetterman in the Pennsylvania Senate race, raising the possibility that his party could lose a crucial seat it currently holds. And while the questionable television doctor took an increasingly bitter stance in the course of the campaign, directly mocking his opponent for having suffered a stroke, his messages to his supporters seem even more somber and urgent…


Liz Cheney talks about Trump’s “danger”

Representative Liz Cheney said Donald Trump’s unwillingness to leave the White House after his defeat in the 2020 presidential election “underscores the reality of the gravity” of his efforts to nullify the election.

Ms. Cheney made these statements in response to the disclosure of a new book by the author The New York Times Journalist Maggie Haberman, who claimed that the former president told aides that he would remain in the White House even after Joe Biden’s inauguration.

“People are saying it wasn’t as serious as it really was,” she told CNN on Monday.

“And when you hear something like that, I think you have to realize that we have never been in a no-man’s-land and have never been in it before as a nation…I think, again, it only underscores, and confirms the reality of danger.”

Cheney says the new revelations reveal the real “danger” to Trump

Alisha Rahman Sarkar reports.


Mike Pence describes anger on January 6 in a new book

Mike Pence has never explicitly condemned Donald Trump for rioting the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, but his views on the event itself have long been clear. And now in his new book help me Godthe former vice president (and potential 2024 presidential candidate) reflects on how he will feel after the attack.

as such Axios The reports, on the back cover of the book, are the following words: “I was outraged by what I saw, how it had desecrated the chair of our democracy and insulted my homeland millions of our supporters, who would never do such a thing here or anywhere else . . . “


Trump tracks Saturday’s rally in Ohio

Donald Trump is set to appear in Ohio on Saturday to boost the state’s governor and Senate candidates – the latter of whom, J.D. Vance, is struggling to break out of the margins of error in a seat occupied by retired Republican Rob Portman.

Based on his recent gathering in Pennsylvania, Mr. Trump will likely spend most of the event talking about himself and venting about his various grievances. Here’s his trailer for the event – which is already being ridiculed because its timing goes against a major football game in Ohio.


QAnon rabbit hole takes more lives

A Qunun follower and election denier killed his wife and injured one of his sons after he “fallen down the rabbit hole of the conspiracy,” his daughter said.

Igor Lanes, 53, was shot dead by the Wald Lake, Michigan Police Department on Sunday after he was said to have killed his wife, Tina, 56, and shot his daughter Rachel in the leg and back. Officers were talking with a neighbor in the 1200 block in Glenwood Court when they heard the shooting and returned fire from Lance, according to Detroit news.

Rebecca Lannis, who was at a party at the time of the shooting, said her father’s mental health deteriorated due to his obsession with conspiracy theories. Here is a post from the r/QAnonCasualties subreddit:


This is not the first violent incident committed by a follower of Qunun, and it is not the first to witness a murder within the family.

Andrea Blanco He has the story.


Hannity presents list of Trump investigations

Longtime Trump defender and Fox News host Sean Hannity last night engaged in a lengthy monologue about a supposed “witch hunt” directed at the former president, and in the process, provided his viewers with a scrolling list of the myriad investigations into Mr. Trump, his allies, and his business affairs.

The list of harrowing investigations – many of them unfinished – was not so much a reminder of the extent of the ex-president’s “persecution” as much as a showcase of the number of legal threats he faces as he contemplates the 2024 campaign.


Trump’s top advisor’s phone has been seized, and the Department of Justice has issued dozens of subpoenas

Monday saw a major development in the Justice Department’s Jan. 6 investigation, which is said to now include at least some of the efforts by Donald Trump and his team to nullify the election.

Federal agents confiscated the phone of Boris Epstein, the Trump 2020 campaign strategic adviser, while he and dozens of others received subpoenas to testify or obtain information.

This development is troubling for Trump’s inner circle as the former president already faces a separate investigation into keeping apparently classified documents in Mar-a-Lago, while state investigators in Georgia are also investigating his campaign work to reverse the findings in that state. .

Read more in independent From Andrew Feinberg:


Trump insists the DC project on Monday was a ‘business trip’ amid frantic speculation about his legal woes.

Donald Trump has insisted an unannounced visit to Washington, DC, is a “business trip” amid a mountain of speculation online about why he’s visiting the US capital. He was seen with Trump Organization officials at his property in Sterling, Virginia, though he was never actually seen playing golf.

In an apparent attempt to stamp out speculation about his activities, he wrote in the Truth Social: “Work today in Trump Washington DC on the Potomac River. What an incredible place!”

Meanwhile, Twitter has been rife with theories about the visit and heated debates about the president’s lack of golf clubs during the visit.

Read more from Gino Spocia in Independent:


Commissioner slams “unacceptable and disappointing” tweets by the local department

The US Customs and Border Protection in Texas has been shut down on social media after his account used anti-gay slurs to attack Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.

The account also favored and retweeted messages from Stephen Miller, a far-right member of the Trump White House.

A spokesperson for the agency said of the letters, one of which claimed President Joe Biden “ended nearly 250 years of constitutional rule.”

Read more about this sophisticated scandal in Texas:


ICYMI: A big day looms on Tuesday for the January 6 Committee

Lawmakers on the January 6 committee will discuss the possibility of calling Donald Trump and/or Mike Pence to testify when they meet face to face today on Capitol Hill.

The gathering will be the first of its kind for committee members since the August recess. Preparations are underway for a select group of public hearings on January 6 and efforts to cancel the 2020 election.

Read more in independent From John Bowden:

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