Trump Appointee Will Remain Judge in Documents Case

“The criminal case against President Donald J. Trump over his hoarding of classified documents was randomly assigned to Judge Aileen M. Cannon,” the New York Times reports. “The chief clerk of the federal court system there, Angela E. Noble, also confirmed that Judge Cannon would continue to oversee the case unless she recused herself.”

Trump Says ‘They’re Coming After You’

At a political event in Georgia, Donald Trump delivered “a grievance-laced takedown of what he said was a biased federal law enforcement apparatus,” NBC News reports. Said Trump: “In the end, they’re not coming after me. They’re coming after you — and I’m just standing in their way.” He added: “The ridiculous and baseless indictment …

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A Referendum on Trump Again

Despite historically low approval ratings and a big majority of Americans believing the country is on the wrong track, Joe Biden has to be favored to win re-election. That’s because Donald Trump will be on the ballot — whether Republicans want him there or not. .memberful-global-teaser-content p:last-child{ -webkit-mask-image: linear-gradient(180deg, #000 0%, transparent); mask-image: linear-gradient(180deg, #000 …

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Ted Kaczynski Is Dead

New York Times: “Theodore Kaczynski, the so-called Unabomber, who attacked academics, businessmen and random civilians with homemade bombs from 1978 to 1995, killing three people and injuring 23 with the stated goal of bringing about the collapse of the modern social order — a violent spree that ended after what was often described as the …

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Why Did Trump Want the Documents So Badly?

New York Times: “For all the detailed evidence laid out in the 38-count indictment accusing former President Donald J. Trump of holding onto hundreds of classified documents and then obstructing the government’s efforts to retrieve them, one mystery remains: Why did he take them and fight so hard to keep them?” “Mr. Trump’s motive for …

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Trump’s Freedom Is On the Ballot

Axios: “If Trump is the GOP nominee next year, he essentially could be campaigning for his freedom — an unprecedented scenario in the United States. Winning the presidency would give him a chance to install sympathetic Justice Department officials, or even try to pardon himself if he’s convicted.” “Such a pardon would be legally untested, …

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