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Donald Trump News Today: Trump Candidate Named Special Champion As He Threats ‘Serious Problems’ If Accused

Jen Psaki says Democrats ‘love to be against’ Donald Trump ahead of terms

A Florida judge named candidate Donald Trump as a special master in an FBI investigation into top-secret documents seized by agents from his Mar-a-Lago estate.

Judge Raymond Dearie will now review material confiscated during a raid on the former president’s property in August after Trump successfully demanded the appointment of one of them.

Previously, former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reportedly complied with a call from the Justice Department linked to an investigation into the events of the January 6 riots. He is the highest-ranking member of the Trump administration to carry out such an order.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump once again stated in an interview that as president he has “absolute power” to declassify documents and declassified files found in Mar-a-Lago by the FBI during August’s search.

The claim is misleading as there are standardized protocols that generally need to be followed when declassifying documents, and there is no evidence that Trump or his team did. More important to Mr. Trump is that the classification status of the files he took with him to Florida is unrelated to any of the crimes the FBI cited in its search warrant statement.

Even so, he promised “big problems” for the US if prosecuted in this case.

According to Chairman Bennie Thompson, in other investigations into the former president, the House of Representatives’ election commission examining January 6 obtained “thousands” of communications between Secret Service employees during the riots.

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Democrats will push through voting for same-sex marriage by the end of the semester

Democrats plan to vote to protect same-sex and interracial marriage through November’s midterm elections, withdrawing just days after Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer promised to put the Senate on the issue “in the coming weeks.”

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Trump claims he has “absolute power” to declassify files

Donald Trump claimed he had “the absolute right” to declassify top-secret documents that federal agents found at his residence in Mar-a-Lago.

The one-term president announced this week during a performance on Hugh Hewitt’s conservative radio show and assured him that he would not be prosecuted on that basis.

Graeme Massie listened to the interview.

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Mitt Romney defends GOP governors against sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard

Republican Senator Mitt Romney had no sympathy for Democratic leaders in cities and states across the country on Thursday after news surfaced of GOP governors stepping up efforts to transport migrant groups into their jurisdictions.

The campaign, started by Greg Abbott of Texas and now joined by Ron DeSantis of Florida, aims to embarrass the Biden administration by taking immigration law enforcement into the hands of the state. Over the past few months, governors have found groups of illegal migrants and lured them in a variety of ways to accept bus journeys several times out of the state to unknown destinations.

John Bowden knows the history.

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Protesters accuse GOP senators for Lindsey Graham’s proposed national abortion ban

Republican senators were intimidated in downtown Washington on Tuesday night as they attended a gala organized by an anti-abortion group celebrating the collapse Roe vs. Wade.

A handful of GOP lawyers were guests of honor at an event hosted by Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, an anti-abortion non-profit organization named after a famous (and steadfastly religious) activist for women’s rights. Attendees were both South Carolina senators Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham.

About 100 protesters gathered in the late afternoon outside the National Building Museum and chanted slogans that included “our bodies are our choice” and “pro-life is a lie, you don’t care if people die.”

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Biden stresses the need to summon white supremacy to the top of the White House

President Joe Biden said on Thursday that Americans must speak out about the dangers posed by white supremacy and not be complicit in refusing to speak about the threat it poses to the country.

Speaking at the first White House Summit, “United We Stand,” Biden told an audience of civil society experts and civil rights activists that the Internet has given too much room to racial and ethnic hatred in recent years.

Andrew Feinberg reports from Washington.

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House passes a bill to limit political interference with the census

The House passed a bill on Thursday to make it more difficult for future presidents to interfere with the decade-long census that defines political power and federal funding, a move that responds to the Trump administration’s unsuccessful efforts to make citizens part of employment in 2020 .

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The judge appoints the Trump candidate a special master in examining secret Mar-a-Lago documents

A Florida judge named candidate Donald Trump as a special master in an FBI investigation into top-secret documents seized by agents from his Mar-a-Lago estate.

Judge Raymond Dearie will now review material confiscated during a raid on the former president’s property in August after Trump successfully demanded the appointment of one of them.

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Roger Stone Denies Shooting Video For “QAnon Queen of Canada”

The self-proclaimed “Queen of Canada” QAnon supporter Roman Didulo is apparently trying to raise funds for his conspiracy-driven move by using what appeared to be a Cameo video shot by Roger Stone.

However, Mr. Stone says he has no idea what the group is talking about.

Graig Graziosi has a history.

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Watch: How Oath Keepers responded to Trump’s January 6 tweet

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The White House expresses deep concern over migrant flights by GOP governors

The White House said on Thursday that Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis are using migrants to punish Democrat-led state and local government leaders is a “deeply alarming” feat that puts innocent children at risk of gaining political points.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters that the two governors disrupted the federal process of dealing with migrants and using migrants as “political pawns.”

“It’s shameful, reckless and just plain wrong,” she said.

Andrew Feinberg reports on the administration’s reaction.

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