Donald J. Trump After the White House
The Trump Presidency is over, it started with lie and more than 30,000 lies later, it ended with lies, over 400,000 Americans dead many who would not have die if not for Trump’s lies. Trump's first lie was about the size of his inauguration claiming it was bigger than Obama it was not. Here you can some but not all of his lies. He lied about contacts his campaign had with Russians. He lied about his attempt to force the Ukraine to help him dig up dirt on Biden so he could win the 2020 election. Trump’s lies about the coronavirus caused the deaths of 400,000 Americans maybe more. Trump attempted multiple coups, incited sedition and insurrection and the sacking of the capitol of the United States of America. Trump ended his presidency with a lie about the election claiming he won more votes than Biden did he did not. That lie lead to sedition, insurrection and the sacking of the capitol of the United States of America. We are tracking Donald J. Trump after his time in the White House.
America has never faced a greater threat to national security than Donald J. Trump. Republicans called out Hillary for her handling of classified material but Trump is far worse than Hillary when it comes to national security. Our Allies cannot trust Trump the president of Untied States not to leak their secrets and expose their assets. Our Allies will not be open to sharing any secrets that could expose assets or methods and that could include secrets that could prevent harm to Americans or American assets.
Tracking the National Commission to Investigate the January 6 Attack on the United States Capitol Complex, known colloquially as the January 6 commission, known colloquially as the January 6 commission, was a proposed commission that would have investigated the 2021 United States Capitol attack. more...
At a surprise January 6 hearing on Tuesday, a former White House aide linked Trump to the whole of the conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election.By John NicholsFormer President Donald Trump wanted to march to the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, at the head of an armed and dangerous crowd of insurrectionists that he had urged to “fight like hell” to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. When the Secret Service told the president that was impossible, for security reasons, Trump demanded that he be driven to the Capitol, which was already under attack by his violent supporters, and became “irate” when Secret Service personnel prevented him from doing so.“I’m the fucking president. Take me up to the Capitol now!” cried the sitting president of the United States when he was told he could not personally lead the insurrectionists into the seat of government. Trump then attempted to grab the steering wheel of the presidential limousine and, when he was stopped by Bobby Engel, the leader of his Secret Service detail, Trump tried to strangle Engel.Such was the dramatic testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, an assistant to Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, and a longtime Republican congressional aide, who during Tuesday’s extraordinary hearing of the US House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol told members of Congress about Trump’s plotting with January 6 conspirators and his efforts to facilitate their project. The detailed evidence that Hutchinson presented in a surprise public session where she took questions from committee chair Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) and vice chair Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) revealed that Trump—amid reports of violence at the Capitol and of rioters chanting “Hang Mike Pence!”—told aides that he did not believe the insurrectionists were doing anything wrong.
The January 6 committee says it has evidence showing Trump committed crimes including obstruction and fraud while trying to overturn the electionSonam ShethThe House select committee investigating the Capitol riot said in a new court filing Thursday that it believes former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election results violated several laws. The panel said the evidence it's gathered so far suggests that Trump tried to obstruct an official proceeding; conspired to defraud the United States; and engaged in common law fraud. Thursday's filing is not an indictment and does not charge Trump with a crime. It comes as part of the January 6 committee's ongoing legal battle with the former law professor and Trump legal advisor John Eastman, who has made broad claims of privilege while refusing to cooperate with the panel's investigation. The committee's filing on Thursday was made in opposition to those claims. more...
Trump's gap makes Nixon's infamous 18 minutes "look like nothing in comparison," says law professor Laurence TribeBy Igor DeryshWhite House phone logs turned over to House investigators show a mysterious gap in then-President's Donald Trump's calls of nearly eight hours on Jan. 6, 2021, including during the invasion of the Capitol, according to documents obtained by The Washington Post and CBS News. Call logs turned over by the National Archives to the House committee investigating the Capitol riot show no calls placed to or by Trump for seven hours and 37 minutes, between 11:17 am and 6:54 pm, according to the joint report from Robert Costa and Bob Woodward. The gap in the records, which were turned over by the archives earlier this year after Trump failed to block the release, means that investigators have no record of Trump's phone conversations during the Capitol attack itself. Trump supporters overwhelmed police at the Capitol at around 1:30 p.m. that day, and then stormed through the halls of Congress, hunting lawmakers and committing acts of vandalism, until police cleared the Capitol around 6 p.m.
Trump likely committed felony obstruction, federal judge rules
A federal judge ruled Monday that President Donald Trump “more likely than not” attempted to illegally obstruct Congress.
By Kyle Cheney, Josh Gerstein and Nicholas WuA federal judge ruled Monday that President Donald Trump “more likely than not” attempted to illegally obstruct Congress as part of a criminal conspiracy when he tried to subvert the 2020 election on Jan. 6, 2021. “Based on the evidence, the Court finds it more likely than not that President Trump corruptly attempted to obstruct the Joint Session of Congress on January 6, 2021,” U.S. District Court Judge David Carter wrote. Carter’s sweeping and historic ruling came as he ordered the release to the House’s Jan. 6 committee of 101 emails from Trump ally John Eastman, rejecting Eastman’s effort to shield them via attorney-client privilege. Eastman used the email account of his former employer, Chapman University, to discuss political and legal strategy related to efforts to overturn the 2020 election and had sued the select committee to prevent them from obtaining the emails from the school.
Judge: ‘More likely than not’ that Trump ‘corruptly attempted’ to block Congress from counting votes on January 6
By Katelyn Polantz, CNN Reporter, Crime and Justice, Reporter, Crime and Justice
CNN — A federal judge said Monday that former President Donald Trump and right-wing attorney John Eastman may have been planning a crime as they sought to disrupt the January 6 congressional certification of the presidential election. “Based on the evidence, the Court finds it more likely than not that President Trump corruptly attempted to obstruct the Joint Session of Congress on January 6, 2021,” Judge David Carter wrote Monday. Carter, a federal judge in California, ordered Eastman to turn over 101 emails from around January 6, 2021, that he has tried to keep secret from the House select committee investigating the US Capitol attack.
By Mark GruenbergWASHINGTON—Seizing and impounding voting machines in key swing states. Strong-arming the Vice President to overturn the 2020 election by throwing out electoral votes. Sending false electoral vote certificates to Congress. Witness tampering. And now calling for nationwide repeats of Jan. 6 insurrections. And on top of all of that Donald Trump declares that if he wins the Oval Office again in 2024 he’ll pardon the invaders and insurrectionists who smashed into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. There appears to be no limit to the lengths Donald Trump would go to retain the presidency he lost in the November 2020 election. News reports, evidence being submitted to the special House panel probing the white nationalist Trumpite insurrection to stop the electoral vote count, and even Trump’s own statements as recently as Jan. 31 all point to his constant and determined efforts to illegally stay in power. All this adds up, one Yale law professor wrote in a Politico op-ed, to the “seditious treason” now being charged against leaders of the insurrection. more...
Trump, we now know, paged through federal departments and agencies looking for willing insurrectionists. With every revelation about Trump’s extensive efforts to overturn the election, the flaccid response of Republicans makes the next coup more thinkable.By Mona CharenSome look back on the events following Donald Trump’s 2020 election loss and think we dodged a bullet: There was a coup attempt, and thankfully it failed. Others believe that the whole thing has been overblown. Even as evidence piles up that the coup was far more extensive than siccing a mob on the Capitol, those two takes seem unshaken. There is another way to look at it: The coup is ongoing. With every new revelation about how extensive Trump’s efforts to overturn the election were — and they are arriving on an almost daily basis — the flaccid response of Republicans makes the next coup that much more thinkable. more...
By Darragh RocheRepublican members of Congress appear to have conspired with former President Donald Trump 's administration in efforts to prevent the certification of President Joe Biden 's 2020 election victory, according to text messages revealed by the House Select Committee investigating January 6. The select committee released texts from as-yet unnamed lawmakers to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Monday before the panel voted unanimously to recommend contempt charges against him. Those messages appear to show the lawmakers supporting a plan to object to the certification of Electoral College votes on January 6 where then Vice President Mike Pence would have played a key role. more...
The Trump Insurrection: How Donald J. Trump and the right incited insurrection and sedition and attempted a coup d'etatOn January 6, 2021, the United States Capitol was sacked in a riot and violent attack against the 117th United States Congress in an attempted coup d’état. With help from his allies, Fox News, right-wing media and some in the Republican Party; Donald J. Trump incited insurrection, sedition, attempted a coup d’etat and caused the sacking of the United States Capitol. Donald J. Trump’s coup attempt involved some House members, some Senate members, and Mike Pence overturning the election certification process with the hope that Trump could steal the election and steal the presidency. more...
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Trump Impeachment: Trump committed abuse of power, high crimes and misdemeanors this page is dedicated to tracking the impeachment inquiry of Donald J. Trump.
Trump Senate Impeachment Trial: Trump has been impeached by the house. Moscow Mitch and GOP Senators will make a mockery of our Republic to protect Trump.
Learn more about some of the legal issues of Donald J. Trump (aka Don the Con, aka Don the Snake, aka Two face Donnie, aka The Don, aka Criminal Don). Here you can find a short list of the lawsuits against Donald J. Trump. more...
Analysis by Marshall CohenWashington (CNN) Former President Donald Trump flouted the limits of presidential power unlike any of his recent predecessors, leaving behind a legacy of unmatched abuses that range from violations of longstanding norms to potentially criminal behavior. It was hard to keep track amid the daily deluge of controversial tweets and distractions that were a hallmark of the Trump presidency. And some of the most egregious abuses of power weren't clear at the time but came into focus after exhaustive investigations. To chronicle Trump's most consequential abuses of power, CNN spoke with a politically diverse group of constitutional scholars, presidential historians and experts on democratic institutions. more...
Hours after the United States voted, the president declared the election a fraud — a lie that unleashed a movement that would shatter democratic norms and upend the peaceful transfer of power.By Jim Rutenberg, Jo Becker, Eric Lipton, Maggie Haberman, Jonathan Martin, Matthew Rosenberg and Michael S. SchmidtBy Thursday the 12th of November, President Donald J. Trump’s election lawyers were concluding that the reality he faced was the inverse of the narrative he was promoting in his comments and on Twitter. There was no substantial evidence of election fraud, and there were nowhere near enough “irregularities” to reverse the outcome in the courts. Mr. Trump did not, could not, win the election, not by “a lot” or even a little. His presidency would soon be over. Allegations of Democratic malfeasance had disintegrated in embarrassing fashion. A supposed suitcase of illegal ballots in Detroit proved to be a box of camera equipment. “Dead voters” were turning up alive in television and newspaper interviews. The week was coming to a particularly demoralizing close: In Arizona, the Trump lawyers were preparing to withdraw their main lawsuit as the state tally showed Joseph R. Biden Jr. leading by more than 10,000 votes, against the 191 ballots they had identified for challenge. more...
How many times will Trump break the law and they let him of the hook? If no one is above the law, why does Trump keep getting pass, after pass, after pass?
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