Tag: Trumps

Supreme Court to Hear Trump’s Immunity Claim, With Arguments Set for April

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to decide whether former President Donald J. Trump is immune from prosecution on charges of plotting to overturn the 2020 election, further delaying his criminal trial as it considers the matter. The justices scheduled arguments for the week of April 22 and said proceedings in the trial court would […]

Trump’s Former CFO, Allen Weisselberg, in Negotiations Over Perjury Plea

Allen H. Weisselberg, a longtime lieutenant to Donald J. Trump, is negotiating a deal with Manhattan prosecutors that would require him to plead guilty to perjury, people with knowledge of the matter said. As part of the potential agreement with the Manhattan district attorney’s office, Mr. Weisselberg would have to admit that he lied on […]

Roberta Kaplan Was E. Jean Carroll’s Lawyer and Trump’s Nemesis

The meeting turned ugly fast. In October 2022, Roberta Kaplan flew to Donald Trump’s estate, Mar-a-Lago, in Florida, to question him under oath in the defamation lawsuit that her client, the writer E. Jean Carroll, had filed against him after she accused him of sexually assaulting her. “She’s not my type,” Mr. Trump said when […]

Trump’s Ballot Eligibility Faces Challenges in These Other States, Too

This week’s decision by the Colorado Supreme Court to disqualify former President Donald J. Trump from holding office again was the first victory for a sprawling legal effort that is still unfolding across the country. At least 16 other states currently have pending legal challenges to Mr. Trump’s eligibility for office under the 14th Amendment, […]

Opinion | The Secret to Trump’s Success Isn’t Authoritarianism

Perhaps that disparity reflects a lack of knowledge about the extent of Mr. Trump’s plans. Or it may indicate widespread dissatisfaction with the present state of affairs. In October, staff members from Customs and Border Protection interacted with more than 240,000 people who attempted to enter the United States along the southern border, and between […]

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