Former president criticises adult movie star and New York County District Attorney Alvin Bragg
NBCEven Donald Trump’s personal lawyer could not defend his deranged social media posts about a potential indictment, admitting on Sunday that a picture of Trump holding a baseball bat next to a photo of the Manhattan District Attorney’s head was “ill-advised.”“I’m not his social media consultant,” lawyer Joe Tacopina told NBC’s Chuck Todd on Meet the Press on Sunday. “I think that was an ill-advised post that one of his social media people put up and he quickly took down when he realized the rh
Norway, Denmark, and Finland operate the top-tier F-35 fighter jets, while Sweden has its own Gripen E planes.
The previously pro-Donald Trump tabloid offered some harsh truths for supporters of the former president.
New York has been in a strange fever this past week, awaiting the imminent arrest of former president Trump. Or at least we were told that it was imminent. Trump himself told his followers that he expected to be arrested on Tuesday. But Tuesday came and went and no arrest happened. The media was camped outside the state courthouse downtown, and on a street parallel to Trump Tower row upon row of police cars and security service vehicles loitered, waiting.
As Donald Trump stares down a potential arrest, it is business as usual at his campaign rally.
“He hasn’t changed in the slightest. There is no shame,” the editorial in the Murdoch-owned paper reads
A recent New York Times report detailed how some US volunteers have jeopardized the success of the war effort in Ukraine.
"I'm not his social media consultant," Attorney Joe Tacopina told NBC's Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press."
The former Republican Party boss bluntly summed up the modern GOP "in a nutshell."
It seems clear the real deception is about what office he really wants.
Trump's visit to Waco falls during the 30-year anniversary of the two-month standoff between federal agents and the Branch Davidian sect.
The City of Mississauga rejected applications for two residential towers in Port Credit steps from two major transit stations this month, saying the buildings proposed were too tall. But the province of Ontario says the city can no longer make this type of decision due to municipal planning changes the province brought into play in late 2022. In November, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing approved a Peel Region official plan, which a ministry spokesperson told CBC Toronto "removed th
The Saskatchewan Liberal Party has passed a motion to change the party's name. Eighty-five percent of Saskatchewan Liberal Party constituents voted to change their party's name at its Annual General Meeting on Saturday. The Saskatchewan Liberal Party leader Jeff Walters says changing its name is a step in the full rebranding of the political party. "The idea is to really reconnect with the public here," Walters said. "It's no secret that we haven't exactly been the most successful of political p
Ken Sicknick, the sibling of Brian Sicknick, slammed former Rep. Jason Chaffetz for his remarks on Republicans' behavior at protests.
Bragg told top House Republicans they were "not appropriate" after their follow-up letter on the Trump probe on Saturday.
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Adult actress Alana Evans was invited to join Stormy Daniels and Trump in his extramarital tryst back in 2006. Her life was never the same
At 4 a.m. on Saturday morning, two buses from New York City arrived at a gas station in Plattsburgh, N.Y., where groups of migrants carrying luggage and determined to cross into Canada disembarked with no knowledge of the closure of Roxham Road. Their faces were stunned as two taxi drivers, who had shown up only to give them the news, told them they could not drive them there. They were four hours too late. They had boarded the buses unaware that by the time they arrived in the town of Plattsbur
The mood at SNP meetings must be pretty low just now. Even so, I’d love to have been a fly on the wall during the brainstorming session for Humza Yousaf’s latest photo op.