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    I have to say, the Trump rhetoric is utterly staggering. "Raided"..... HAHAHA. They did not show up and break his doors down, drop tear gas and send in a full tactical team. They showed up unannounced and executed a warrant. It happens all the time with people who have allegedly broken the law and committed a crime. What does not happen, and Trump should be ashamed, is they did this to a former President. That alone speaks volumes about his character. IMHO, Trump should be put on trial like any common alleged law breaker and let a jury decide. Regardless the outcome again Trump sets a new low bar for a President of the United States. As a US citizen, its embarrassing. For me what I think is quite unnerving is that he has a bunch of uneducated knuckle draggers who follow him because he has convinced them he wants to fix it all. Most probably do not even know why they follow him.

    Again as I have said. Biden is no star performer. He was the lesser of 2 evils and the next election will likely be the same because amazingly with all the young political prospects out there, this is the best we can bring to the table and that because he who has the money, owns the vote.

    Anyway, let the games begin.... It will be more retarded, more divisive and more chaos then it was before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    For me what I think is quite unnerving is that he has a bunch of uneducated knuckle draggers who follow him because he has convinced them he wants to fix it all.
    Very unnerving. We know exactly what his ardent followers will do in response to Trump's encouragement.

    Trump is one sick power hungry scam artist who has a history of convincing the weak minded to do his bidding.

    Beware, the man is definitely far more dangerous to the US than the jihadi recently taken out in Afghanistan.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    Just a reminder:

    To obtain a search warrant, prosecutors must establish probable cause of crime and then persuade the authorities it is justified.
    A prosecutor gives a sworn affidavit to an FBI agent and it is then carefully considered by a federal judge.

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    After Losing in Court, Donald Trump’s 2016 Campaign Abandons Confidentiality Provisions That Silenced Workers

    The legal team behind Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign will no longer seek to punish workers who speak publicly about their time working to get the former president elected.

    The campaign’s reversal came after a judge voided their non-disclosure agreements as “vague and indefinite.” Trump’s legal team quickly jockeyed to seek a litigation advantage from their concession toward its workers on Tuesday.

    Lawyers for Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. — now known as the Make America Great Again PAC — disclosed the concession in a letter filed in court on Tuesday. In that letter, the lawyers asked U.S. District Judge Paul G. Gardephe, a George W. Bush appointee, for a conference to discuss the campaign’s “intended motion” to dismiss the lawsuit brought by Jessica Denson, who had previously led the campaign’s Hispanic outreach efforts.

    In Tuesday’s letter, attorneys Jared Blumetti and Patrick McPartland shared language from a declaration filed in June by Bradley T. Crate, the treasurer of the Make America Great Again PAC, the new title of the organization previously known as Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

    “The Campaign hereby avows that it shall not ever enforce or attempt to enforce any confidentiality or non-disparagement provisions contained in any written agreements signed by any employees, independent contractors, or volunteers who worked for the Campaign on the 2016 Presidential Election,” said Crate’s declaration, which was signed on June 6, 2022.

    The next month, Crate sent a three-sentence letter to all campaign workers releasing them from their obligations under the confidentiality provisions.

    “We understand that you signed an NDA in connection with your working for the Campaign during the 2016 Presidential Election,” the tersely-worded letter said. “We are writing to advise you that you are no longer bound by the confidentiality and non-disparagement provisions in your NDA. The Campaign has determined that it will not enforce these provisions.”

    In Tuesday’s filing, the Trump lawyers said in a footnote that the campaign “took these steps on its own volition” despite having “strong defenses against class certification, which, among other things, include the fact that any class certification motion would be barred by the binding arbitration provisions contained in the putative class members’ agreements with the Campaign.”

    The letter also criticized Denson for continuing to pursue the lawsuit.

    “The Campaign has provided plaintiff with a copy of the above referenced declaration and advised her counsel that this lawsuit is now moot,” the letter says. “For reasons best known to her, plaintiff has nevertheless insisted on proceeding with the lawsuit and stated that she will oppose any motion to dismiss based on mootness ground.”

    Trump’s lawyers indicated surprise that Denson hadn’t appeared to use their client’s favored form of public communication to broadcast the decision not to pursue claims against 2016 campaign workers.

    “Indeed, despite the Campaign’s representation to plaintiff that she was free to publish the declaration on social media or however she deemed fit, it is the Campaign’s understanding that she has not done so,” a footnote said.

    Denson’s legal team said that the letter from Trump’s legal team is a good start, but the lawsuit isn’t over.

    “We’re pleased the Campaign now understands that its NDA is illegal and has agreed not to attempt to enforce it ever again,” attorney David Bowles, who represents Denson, told Law&Crime in an email. “But today’s letter is not legally binding, and therefore doesn’t resolve our lawsuit. We are continuing to press forward on behalf of Lead Plaintiff Jessica Denson and everyone who signed this NDA to ensure that no one can attempt to enforce this illegal contract. It’s necessary that we do so because this NDA poses a profound danger to constitutionally protected rights of free speech and threatens to cut off public access to critical information about candidates for public office and public officials.”

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    The guy is like a sticky booger on your finger....

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    Florida swing voters: Bring on the search warrants

    Florida swing voters in our latest Engagious/Schlesinger focus groups said the FBI's search of Mar-a-Lago was justified — and that it would be a "serious crime" if former President Trump did take classified documents from the White House.

    Why it matters: Trump's GOP allies are almost universally echoing his unsubstantiated claims of law enforcement overreach or politicization. The aggressive rhetoric may be boosting Trump's base support and fundraising, but it's not cutting through for this mix of Democrats, independents and Republicans who once backed him.

    Details: Eleven of 12 participants said it was appropriate for the FBI to execute a signed search warrant at the home of the former president — and that it would be a serious crime to take documents from the White House in an unauthorized fashion even if that person previously held the office.


    • None said they would support Trump if he ran again.


    How it works: Engagious/Schlesinger conducted two online focus groups on Tuesday night with 12 Floridians who voted for Trump in 2016 then Joe Biden in 2020.


    • One is now registered as a Republican, four as independents and seven as Democrats.
    • While a focus group is not a statistically significant sample like a poll, the responses show how some voters are thinking and talking about current events.


    What they're saying: "Just because he was president doesn't mean he should get a pass," said Sharelle H., 35. "I feel like he should be made an example of because he's human and a citizen just like all of us."


    • Lilly L., 36, said the FBI "must have had a really good reason to go inside his home" and "wouldn't do that out of the blue."
    • Chris W., 49, said when it comes to Trump's handling of sensitive documents, "He has a kind of cavalier attitude with things like that. ... I wouldn't be surprised if he has a stash of a bunch of files. ... I don't trust the guy."
    • Luis H., 37, said he thinks Trump was "hiding stuff about Jan. 6."


    Flashback: In July, 10 of 14 Wisconsin swing voters said Trump should be prosecuted for his attempts to overturn the 2020 election and role in the attack on the Capitol; 10 of 13 Arizona swing voters said the same in June.


    • "In supporting the FBI raid, these Florida swing voters resemble the overwhelming majority of Trump-to-Biden voters we interviewed in Arizona in June and Wisconsin in July who want to see Trump prosecuted for Jan. 6," said Rich Thau, president of Engagious and moderator of the focus groups.


    The big picture: These focus group participants weren't just sour on Trump. Nearly all said they'd prefer Democrat Charlie Crist to incumbent Ron DeSantis in this year's governor's race and none said they wanted DeSantis to be the next president.


    • Many took issue with DeSantis' stances on social issues, including the so-called "Don't Say Gay" bill and abortion restrictions.

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    Ya gotta laugh.
    The twittersphere has fun with this.
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    Kevin McCarthy Accidentally Drops Sick Burn On Trump As Fauci Slam Backfires

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    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) might be making another trip to Mar-a-Lago to seek forgiveness from Donald Trump after accidentally insulting him.


    “I just have one rule of thumb,” McCarthy said on Fox News on Tuesday. “I really don’t trust anyone that keeps a mural of themselves in their office.”


    Trump has a large portrait of himself at his Mar-a-Lago resort and famously lined the walls of his New York office with magazine covers featuring his visage. His post-presidential office even features a small statue of Trump.


    But McCarthy was not referring to the former president. He was attempting to slam Dr. Anthony Fauci, who this week announced he would retire from his positions as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and chief medical adviser to the president:

    Kevin McCarthy Accidentally Drops Sick Burn On Trump As Fauci Slam Backfires

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    Trump's Truth Social has trademark application denied as setbacks pile up

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) refused Donald Trump's application for a trademark for "Truth Social," the name of his social media company earlier this month. A trademark lawyer in Washington surfaced the filing on Thursday.

    Why it matters: The trademark refusal is just the latest setback for the former president's social media app and its parent company, which have been beset by a raft of issues over the past few months.

    What's happening: The USPTO found two other companies who already use the Truth Social wording, which would create what's known as "likelihood of confusion" if Trump also got the mark.


    • Typically, when a company files for a trademark — the distinct brand-name it wishes to use exclusively — lawyers vet the term to make sure there's no conflicts.
    • "Ideally, you would pick a name where this wasn't going to happen," said Josh Gerben, a trademark lawyer in Washington, D.C., who tweeted the PTO filing.
    • But sometimes if a client really wants a name, the company will forge ahead, despite what the lawyers say.


    This doesn't spell the end for the trademark. Trump can appeal, which trademark lawyers believe is likely. Initial refusals aren't uncommon and there are a couple moves the company can make to clear this hurdle. Axios reached out to Truth Social for comment and has not yet heard back.

    The big picture: Truth Social and the SPAC looking to take its parent company public have faced enormous legal and technical challenges ever since the app was announced last October.


    • Last week, Digital World Acquisition Group (DWAC), the blank check company that plans to merge with the parent company Truth Social to take it public, looked to delay its earnings report
    • The week before it asked shareholders to approve an extension of its merger agreement by a year.
    • The Truth Social app missed its launch deadline, putting thousands of users on a waitlist for weeks.
    • The SPAC is under investigation by the SEC for possibly negotiating their deal prior to DWAC going public, which is illegal if true.
    • An investor sued the SPAC's CEO last year claiming fraud.
    • There's been confusion regarding whether or not certain members of the board are still on the board.

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    Digital World Acquisition, the company behind former President Donald Trump's Truth Social online platform, lost nearly $6.5 million in the first half of 2022 as the company warns of Trump's potential "adverse" impact on business.

    Trump launched Truth Social in February, more than a year after he was banned from most social media sites including Facebook and Twitter in the aftermath of January 6, 2021, when a mob of his supporters—in part motivated by his unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election—rioted at the United States Capitol in a failed effort to force Congress to block President Joe Biden's Electoral College victory.

    The social media platform has been used by many conservatives as an alternative to Twitter, which they have accused of censoring them, as well as the main way Trump has communicated with his supporters in recent months. However, its launch was plagued by financial and legal issues.

    The company's latest filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) outline its latest potential setbacks. According to the filing, the company lost a net of $6,225,776 from January through June 2022.

    Trump launched Truth Social in February, more than a year after he was banned from most social media sites including Facebook and Twitter in the aftermath of January 6, 2021, when a mob of his supporters—in part motivated by his unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election—rioted at the United States Capitol in a failed effort to force Congress to block President Joe Biden's Electoral College victory.

    The social media platform has been used by many conservatives as an alternative to Twitter, which they have accused of censoring them, as well as the main way Trump has communicated with his supporters in recent months. However, its launch was plagued by financial and legal issues.

    The company's latest filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) outline its latest potential setbacks. According to the filing, the company lost a net of $6,225,776 from January through June 2022.

    Trump, in a Truth Social post on Saturday, disputed reports that the platform is facing financial problems.

    "The Fake News Media is devastated by how well TRUTH is doing so, quite on cue, they are working overtime to criticize and demean it. Actually, many of the big guns in Washington, D.C., are fighting to stop the TRUTH but, they won't be successful. They are going after the outside financial company, and virtually anybody that walks and breaths, but that won't do it. They said it is doing worse since the Raid, but actually it is doing MUCH better, up more than 550%. We all love TRUTH!!!" he wrote.

    Still, Truth Social has been dealt a number of recent blows.

    On Thursday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office declined Trump's application to trademark the name "Truth Social" because two other companies already use the same wording, according to a report from Axios. The company is also facing an investigation into whether it and Trump negotiated before going public, which could constitute a crime, according to Axios.

    Despite these setbacks, downloads for Truth Social soared earlier in August after FBI agents raided the former president's Mar-a-Lago residence to retrieve White House documents with sensitive information. Trump said at the time that the search was part of a broader partisan "witch hunt" targeting him and his family, and denied any wrongdoing.

    Trump’s Truth Social Is in Trouble – Mother Jones

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    Trump demands reinstatement as 'rightful' president or 'a new Election, immediately!'
    Jaysus H Christ he's not letting this go is he.

    Trump Demands Reinstatement or a 'New Election, Immediately!'

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    ^^ He is demented and running scared. The madman is in the house!

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    Trump shares barrage of QAnon content and other conspiracy theories on his social media platform

    Former President Donald Trump spent Tuesday morning posting inflammatory messages on social media, including many explicitly promoting the QAnon conspiracy theory.


    While Trump has in the past promoted QAnon-inspired accounts and theories, the posts on his Truth Social account were his most explicit, unobscured, QAnon-promoting and QAnon-baiting posts to date.


    In one, he reposted the QAnon slogan — “Where We Go One We Go All.” In another, he re-posted a 2017 message from “Q” that’s critical of the intelligence community. The QAnon conspiracy theory was built around Q, an anonymous account that posts periodically on 8kun, often with vague or symbolic language that is then interpreted by followers. The account claims to document a secret battle being waged by Trump against the Democratic Party, which followers of the theory contend is run by satanic, child-eating cannibals who run a pedophile ring filled with celebrities and political elites who have been covertly running the United States government for decades. None of the posts’ concrete predictions have come to fruition.


    Users of QAnon forums rejoiced at Trump’s apparent endorsement of the conspiracy theory and its mythology. The top response on the most visited QAnon forum to one of Trump’s posts about the conspiracy theory read simply, “Wipe them out sir.” Others pleaded with Trump to “nuke them from orbit” and to “sir, please finish them off,” referring to QAnon enemies such as Hillary Clinton and President Joe Biden.


    In addition to the QAnon-adjacent posts, Trump shared several conspiracy theories Tuesday on his Truth Social site and he re-posted a picture of Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, with the words “Your enemy is not in Russia” written in black bars over their eyes.


    The posting spree comes one day after Trump posted a message that he should be reinstated as president — “Declare the rightful winner, or hold a new Election, NOW!” — and as he’s come under increased scrutiny from federal investigators who executed a search warrant at his Florida resort earlier this month and recovered troves of classified documents.


    In the weeks since, Trump has made a number of incendiary comments bashing the FBI, baselessly suggesting the agency planted evidence and claiming the search was politically motivated.

    On Tuesday, he re-posted items about the Jan. 6 riot being orchestrated by the FBI and antifa, and made a false claim about the wife of a man named Ray Epps, who has been accused in right-wing conspiracy theories of being a federal agent who egged on Capitol rioters. The House committee investigating the riot has disputed those claims.


    Trump also re-posted a message from a user falsely claiming to be his daughter Ivanka who was complaining about “the useless vaccines.” (Ivanka Trump has been a strong supporter of the Covid-19 vaccine).


    Trump, for years, has done little to distance himself from QAnon and its supporters. Asked his opinion of QAnon followers in August 2020, the then-president said, “I’ve heard these are people who love our country.”


    More recently, adherents have pushed a large number of conspiracy theories that the 2020 election was stolen — some of which were later adopted by Trump and his lawyers. They’ve also called for a civil war to restore Trump to power — although some followers believe he’s still in charge of the country.


    The group’s followers have been linked to several violent incidents, including a train hijacking, kidnappings, a police chase and a slaying.


    In his remarks on the group in 2020, Trump said he didn’t know much about QAnon and its followers, “other than I understand they like me very much, which I appreciate.”


    Trump shares barrage of QAnon content and other conspiracy theories on his social media platform

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    Trump's Truth Social Banned from Google App Store

    A Google spokesperson has revealed that former President Donald Trump’s social media platform Truth Social has been kept from Android devices because the platform allegedly lacks “effective” content moderation.


    According to The Hill, the spokesperson said that Truth lacks the content moderation needed to meet Google Play’s terms of service


    This comes after Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes claimed last week that the Android version of the social media platform’s app is ready, waiting only on Google’s approval.


    “On August 19 we notified Truth Social of several violations of standard policies in their current app submission and reiterated that having effective systems for moderating user-generated content is a condition of our terms of service for any app to go live on Google Play,” the spokesperson said.


    Google is reportedly particularly concerned about violations of its policies prohibiting content with physical threats and incitements to violence.


    The spokesperson added that Truth Social has acknowledged the feedback, and is currently working on addressing the issue.

    BREAKING: Trump's Truth Social Banned from Google App Store

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    Trump posted over 60 times on his Truth Social account, and those posts look like the work of a drunk teenager. How was this guy ever considered fit for a political office?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thailazer View Post
    Trump posted over 60 times on his Truth Social account, and those posts look like the work of a drunk teenager. How was this guy ever considered fit for a political office?
    I've not heard from my MAGA friends in a while....maybe finally the penny is dropping.

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    Wall Street is quickly souring on the prospects of former President Donald Trump’s new social media company going public.

    Digital World Acquisition Corp., a so-called special purpose acquisition company, struck a deal in 2021 to bring Trump Media & Technology Group into the public stock market. On Tuesday, Digital World executives had been expected to announce after a meeting whether enough shareholders had voted in favor of extending for one year the timeline for the two companies to complete the transaction.

    But the executives decided instead to adjourn the shareholder meeting until Thursday to continue tallying votes to see if enough investors were in support of the extension.

    If an extension cannot be reached by then, Digital World Acquisition may need to liquidate and return the money it raised back to investors.

    A liquidation by Digital World Acquisition would cap off what has already been a wild ride for the SPAC since the agreement to terms on a deal with TMTG, which operates Trump’s Truth Social and is led by Devin Nunes, the California Republican who left Congress in January to become the company’s CEO.

    Shares in the SPAC plunged in trading Tuesday, falling as much as 21 percent.

    A SPAC, or blank check company, is effectively a publicly traded skeleton company with no major operations of its own that sets out to acquire a private entity using cash raised from its initial public offering. The private company — in this case TMTG — then takes over the SPAC’s listing on a stock exchange, effectively making the deal an alternative route to publicly selling shares in the U.S.

    The stock had become a favorite among retail investors, whose frenetic buying and selling has led Digital World Acquisition to see moves in the market that resemble those of the meme stock frenzy of 2021. And the deal has come under questioning by various government agencies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    Digital World Acquisition may still have more levers to pull in finalizing the deal, however. Executives themselves could extend the SPAC’s duration by another six months on their own, according to Reuters, which reported earlier that votes in favor of the extension were far below the threshold needed.

    A spokesperson for Digital World Acquisition did not respond to a request for comment.

    “Truth Social is continuing to grow rapidly, driven by extraordinary user engagement and the recent launch of ads on the platform,” a spokesperson for the Trump Media & Technology Group said in a statement to POLITICO. “TMTG will continue cooperating with all stakeholders in connection with its planned merger, and hopes the SEC staff will expeditiously conclude its review free from political interference.”


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    Donald Trump took to his Truth Social account on Thursday morning to attack the Lincoln Project and threaten them with a lawsuit after Fox News agreed to run one of their latest ads attacking the former president.

    In his post, Trump also lashed out at Fox News for accepting the ad.

    "The Perverts and Lowlifes of the Lincoln Project are back on, where else, Fox News. I thought they ran away to the asylum after their last catastrophic campaign, with charges made against them that were big time sleaze, and me getting many millions more votes in 2020 than I got in 2016," he wrote.

    He then added, "The Paul Ryun run Fox only has high standards for 'Trump' ads, but not for anyone else. The Perverts should not be allowed to 'false advertise,' and Fox News should not allow it to happen."

    "See you all in Court!!!" he concluded.

    For their part, the founders of the Lincoln Project were quick to capitalize on the free advertising from Trump by re-posting the clip on Twitter with the introduction: "This is the ad that pissed off Trump this morning."


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    "See you all in Court!!!" he concluded.
    Yeah go and try it you loser.

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    Is he now the most litigated/litigious person in US history?

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    The Lincoln Project's response....


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    Here might be a book worth buying.....


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    Don't know where this fits exactly.

    This guy, Rep. Raskin is a Hoot!


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