As rumors of an impending indictment swirl, Trump responds to the Manhattan district attorney’s accusations. Former President Donald Trump on Thursday accused Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg of conducting a political “witch hunt” against him. Trump has stated that Bragg is “racist” who only cares about “getting Trump.”
Trump Denounces Militarization And Politicization Of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies
Former President Donald Trump denounced the pervasive militarization and politicization of federal law enforcement agencies such as the FBI on Monday.
Appeals Court Terminates Special Master on Trump’s Case
The Special Master on Donald Trump’s case is out. Thursday’s order accomplished just that, terminating Judge Dearie’s work before he had a chance to finish his examination of the evidence.
DOJ Requests Termination Of Special Master in Trump Case
A federal appeals court will consider whether to halt an independent arbitrator’s assessment of papers obtained during an FBI investigation of papers taken from the Florida property of former President Donald Trump.
Trump’s Special Master Wants the Beef
The special master evaluating the materials stated on Tuesday that Donald Trump’s assertions of executive and attorney-client privilege over certain documents that the FBI collected from his Mar-a-Lago property lacked sufficient evidence to decide in his favor.
DOJ Requests The Supreme Court To Reject Trump’s Latest Filing
The United States Justice Department asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to reject former President Donald Trump’s request to re-authorize an independent arbiter to vet classified records seized from his Florida home.
DOJ Still Claiming Trump Has More Documents
People familiar with the situation say a senior Justice Department official recently informed Donald Trump’s legal team that law enforcement agents do not believe the ex-president returned all of the federal records. Despite the claim that he returned the documents, he took them with him after he left the White House.
Supreme Court Orders DOJ to Respond In Trump Matter
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has given the DOJ until early next week to respond to former President Donald Trump’s legal filing; Trump’s filing requests that the special master assigned to the case be allowed to review dozens of documents seized in the FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago property in Palm Beach, Florida.
DOJ Disgusting Raid Shows a Wealth of Errors Made On Their Witch-hunt of Donald Trump
On September 26, the FBI revised the total amount of papers taken from former President Donald Trump’s property. According to a revised inventory list, the FBI took 63 more papers or images without classified marks from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate than was previously disclosed.
DOJ and Legal Team for Trump Agree on Potential Special Masters
Attorneys for Donald Trump and the Justice Department have agreed on a possible candidate to be the special master. The special masters will look over the documents taken from Mar-a-Lago. The Justice Department said in a court filing Monday evening that Judge Raymond Dearie, suggested by Trump’s legal team, is a good choice for the third-party attorney who will review the seized materials independently.