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May 25, 2023 · Perry Stein. May 25, 2023 at 2:05 p.m. EDT. Former president Donald Trump announces his 2024 presidential bid at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., on Nov. 15. (Thomas Simonetti for The Washington ...
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DeSantis says Trump decides to 'move left' on issuesReuters Videos2 hours ago
STORY: Newly declared presidential candidate Ron DeSantis kicked off his first campaign tour beginning in Iowa Tuesday and stepped up his attacks on Donald Trump. In remarks to the press after the main event, the Florida governor showed less restraint than he has before on the former president, who is his main opponent within the Republican party, suggesting Trump had become less conservative on issues like immigration, COVID policy and federal spending. He said, “Unfortunately, he's decided to move left on some of these issues," calling Trump’s recent attacks on him “detached from reality...” and that “I think he's doing it in a way that the voters are going to side with me”. Tuesday’s event was at a packed church in western Des Moines, earlier, the candidate had said the nation was on the wrong track. [Ron DeSantis, Republican presidential candidate] "We can see it and we can feel it. Our southern border has collapsed. The Mexican drug cartels have more control over what goes on at the border than our own United States government." "Look at the economy. The Biden administration is doing all it can to make it harder for the average family to make ends meet and to attain and maintain a middle class lifestyle." After a glitch-plagued debut on Twitter Spaces last week, DeSantis’ choosing Iowa to start an old school tour is a strategic move. The Iowa caucuses host the country’s first nominating contests in election season – as they will next February. More importantly, the state’s sizeable white, evangelical population have sometimes been at odds with Trump, and DeSantis may be able to seize on that. Trump lost the state in 2016 to Ted Cruz, who mopped up most of the Christian vote. DeSantis will hold four campaign events across the state on Wednesday, before heading to New Hampshire and South Carolina.
- 02:05DeSantis says Trump decides to 'move left' on issuesReuters VideosSTORY: Newly declared presidential candidate Ron DeSantis kicked off his first campaign tour beginning in Iowa Tuesday and stepped up his attacks on Donald Trump. In remarks to the press after the main event, the Florida governor showed less restraint than he has before on the former president, who is his main opponent within the Republican party, suggesting Trump had become less conservative on issues like immigration, COVID policy and federal spending. He said, “Unfortunately, he's decided to move left on some of these issues," calling Trump’s recent attacks on him “detached from reality...” and that “I think he's doing it in a way that the voters are going to side with me”. Tuesday’s event was at a packed church in western Des Moines, earlier, the candidate had said the nation was on the wrong track. [Ron DeSantis, Republican presidential candidate] "We can see it and we can feel it. Our southern border has collapsed. The Mexican drug cartels have more control over what goes on at the border than our own United States government." "Look at the economy. The Biden administration is doing all it can to make it harder for the average family to make ends meet and to attain and maintain a middle class lifestyle." After a glitch-plagued debut on Twitter Spaces last week, DeSantis’ choosing Iowa to start an old school tour is a strategic move. The Iowa caucuses host the country’s first nominating contests in election season – as they will next February. More importantly, the state’s sizeable white, evangelical population have sometimes been at odds with Trump, and DeSantis may be able to seize on that. Trump lost the state in 2016 to Ted Cruz, who mopped up most of the Christian vote. DeSantis will hold four campaign events across the state on Wednesday, before heading to New Hampshire and South Carolina.2 hours ago
- 04:16Trump team held "dress rehearsal" before FBI visit to Mar-a-LagoCBS News VideosCBS News has learned former President Trump's staff moved boxes at his Mar-a-Lago estate just one day before the FBI and a federal prosecutor paid a visit last June. CBS News homeland security and justice reporter Nicole Sganga has more.5 days ago
- 01:26Trump workers moved boxes before FBI agents visited Mar-a-Lago: ReportABC News VideosThe Washington Post is reporting that two of Donald Trump’s employees moved boxes of papers the day before FBI agents visited Mar-a-Lago to retrieve classified documents.6 days ago
- 03:42DeSantis joins growing field of Republicans taking on Trump for nominationABC News VideosFiveThirtyEight's Galen Druke crunches the numbers as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is thought to be the biggest challenger to former President Donald Trump to be the GOP presidential nominee in 2024.6 days ago
- 00:58Ukrainians express concern over rhetoric from GOP presidential candidates Trump and DeSantisCBS News VideosSome Ukrainians tell CBS News they're becoming increasingly worried by the rhetoric used by Republican presidential front-runners Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis.7 days ago
- 04:03WSJ Opinion: The Trump-Biden MAGA CodependencyWSJWonder Land. As the Republican presidential candidates start to offer something more than Donald Trump's various paybacks, President Biden figures running against 'MAGA' is his path to a second term. Images: AP/Getty Images Composite: Mark Kelly7 days ago
- 04:55Ron DeSantis Joins 2024 Presidential Race, Teeing Up Face-Off With TrumpWSJFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has officially entered the 2024 presidential race. WSJ's Alex Leary breaks down the challenges the Republican candidate may face on the national stage, including from former ally Donald Trump. Photo illustration: Jacob Nelson7 days ago
- 01:13Donald Trump could stand trial during primary seasonABC News VideosABC News’ Aaron Katersky reports on the latest around the former president’s March 25, 2024, trial date that will force him to juggle the criminal case with his campaign.1 week ago
- 01:50DeSantis is Trump without the 'baggage', says analystReuters VideosSTORY: "He needs to sort of say, 'Here is a flavor you haven't tried'," said Schiller, "'but I'm going to be better and more satisfying in the long run than Donald Trump and I can actually win the White House.'" DeSantis will make the announcement on Twitter during a discussion with Twitter CEO Elon Musk, DeSantis' political team confirmed. At the same time, he will file a document with the Federal Election Commission declaring his candidacy. DeSantis was re-elected handily to a second term in November. His rising profile among Republicans and fundraising prowess likely make him the biggest threat to Trump’s hopes of becoming the Republican nominee for the White House again. DeSantis has made crusading against what Republicans call “woke” education policies a centerpiece of his politics while supporting conservative candidates for local school boards. "DeSantis has touched some hot button cultural issues," Troy, who's also a presidential historian, said "but it looks to me like you need to touch some of the cultural issues in order to be able to win over the Republican electorate these days. The cultural issues, concerns about 'wokeism' and critical race theory and corporate wokeism I think are issues that really inflate the base and get the base excited."1 week ago
- 02:17AP Explains: Trump appears virtually for courtAssociated Press VideosThe judge in Donald Trump’s criminal case held a hybrid hearing to make sure that the former president is aware of new rules barring him from using evidence to attack witnesses. (May 23) (AP Video shot by David R. Martin and Robert Bumsted/Production: Marissa Duhaney)1 week ago
- 03:15Trump appears virtually in second hearing in New York criminal caseCBS News VideosFormer President Trump appeared via video from Florida for a hearing in a New York City courtroom Tuesday afternoon. The hearing was in connection to the Manhattan district attorney's 34-count felony indictment accusing Trump of falsifying his company's business records. CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates has more.1 week ago
- 01:47New York judge sets 2024 date for Trump caseABC News VideosA New York City judge has set a trial date of March 25, 2024, for former President Donald Trump's criminal trial on charges of falsifying business records.1 week ago
- 02:27Trump to stand trial in March 2024ABC News VideosABC News’ Aaron Katersky is outside the courthouse with the latest on former President Donald Trump’s alleged involvement in a hush payment scheme.1 week ago
- 02:53Trump to make virtual court appearance in criminal hush money case against himABC News VideosABC News’ Katherine Faulders reports on the main concerns with the former president’s use of social media in the case and what happens if he breaks the order.1 week ago
- 03:55Former Attorney General Bill Barr weighs in on Trump's legal woesCBS News VideosFormer Attorney General Bill Barr, who served under Presidents Donald Trump and George H. W. Bush, spoke with CBS News Thursday in a wide-ranging interview that among other topics included the recently released Durham report and the continuing investigations into Trump. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge reports.2 weeks ago
- 02:03DeSantis challenges Trump on abortionABC News VideosAs Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis moves towards a presidential run, he is now facing off against former President Donald Trump on a critical issue for Republican primary voters.2 weeks ago
- 04:39The Durham report criticizes FBI's handling of Russia-Trump probeCBS News VideosSpecial counsel John Durham's final report found the FBI was too reliant on leads from former President Donald Trump's political opponents when deciding to investigate his 2016 campaign's ties to Russia. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge has more.2 weeks ago
- 04:35Durham report finds critical errors in FBI probe of possible Trump campaign-Russia tiesCBS News VideosThe FBI is facing sharp criticism over its investigation into possible ties between Russia and Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. The report by special counsel John Durham says there were critical errors in the probe, although he did not conclude those mistakes were politically motivated. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joins us with more.2 weeks ago
- 03:12Special counsel John Durham found FBI lacked evidence to investigate Trump's 2016 campaignCBS News VideosAfter almost four years of investigation, special counsel John Durham found the FBI lacked "actual evidence" to investigate then-candidate Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2016. The report did not reveal any major new findings, but it repeated prior criticism that there was no misconduct between Trump and Russia. Catherine Herridge reports from Washington.2 weeks ago
- 02:44FBI under fire over Trump Russia investigationABC News VideosSpecial counsel John Durham slammed the FBI over its 2016 probe that looked into Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and his alleged ties to Russia.2 weeks ago
- 02:43US special counsel criticizes 2016 Trump-Russia probeReuters VideosSTORY: A special counsel appointed under then-U.S. President Donald Trump issued a report on Monday concluding that FBI agents lacked "actual evidence" when they opened a probe into whether members of Trump's 2016 presidential campaign conspired with Russia to win the White House. The release of the 306 page report by Special Counsel John Durham marks the end of a four-year investigation into potential missteps by the FBI. In the midst of the 2016 campaign, the FBI received a tip that a Trump campaign official had bragged to an Australian diplomat that Russia had offered to help the Republican candidate by releasing damaging information about his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. That tip blossomed into a full-fledged counterintelligence probe, dubbed "Crossfire Hurricane," involving government requests to surveil members of Trump's campaign. That probe was later taken over by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow. Trump raged against Mueller, castigating the probe as a witch hunt. Trump (March 2019): "It's just the continuation of the same witch hunt, they know it and behind closed doors they laugh at it. It's just the continuation of the same nonsense...." After securing indictments or pleas from 34 individuals, Mueller in 2019 concluded that despite an array of contacts between Trump and individuals linked to the Russian government, he lacked sufficient evidence of a criminal conspiracy. That same year, Attorney General William Barr tapped John Durham to investigate the investigators. In lieu of convictions, Durham instead castigated U.S. intelligence and law enforcement, accusing them of treating the 2016 Trump probe differently from other politically sensitive investigations. For instance, he said Clinton and other officials received defensive briefings about being the possible targets of foreign interference, whereas Trump received no such briefing before the FBI opened probes into four members of his campaign. Durham added (quote): "The Department and the FBI failed to uphold their important mission of strict fidelity to the law in connection with certain events and activities described in this report." In response to the report, the FBI said it has already implemented dozens of corrective actions that have been in place for some time. Durham's findings are likely to become political fodder for Trump, who is currently running for re-election in 2024 despite facing criminal charges in New York and two federal investigations by Special Counsel Jack Smith that are looking both at Trump's retention of classified records and his role in efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Trump said on social media Monday that he was pleased with the results of Durham's report.2 weeks ago
- 04:15Durham report criticizes FBI's investigation of Trump campaignCBS News VideosJohn Durham, the special counsel appointed to review the investigation of the Trump campaign's possible ties to Russia, issued a long-awaited report Monday. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge has the latest.2 weeks ago
- 02:01DOJ releases special counsel report on probe into Russia, Trump campaign tiesABC News VideosThe Department of Justice released special counsel John Durham’s report analyzing origins of the probe into ties between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.2 weeks ago
- 00:48DeSantis vies with Trump to sway Iowa conservativesAssociated Press VideosWarning of a Republican “culture of losing,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sought on Saturday to weaken former President Donald Trump’s grip on the GOP as the party’s leading presidential prospects collided in battleground Iowa. (May 13)3 weeks ago
- 01:32Trump and DeSantis plan dueling events in IowaABC News VideosThe leading contenders for the GOP nomination for president are connecting with voters in Iowa this weekend.3 weeks ago
May 26, 2023 · Prosecutors in New York have informed attorneys for Donald Trump that the evidence in their hush money case against the former president includes an audio recording of him and a witness, a court ...
May 23, 2023 · A New York judge has set a trial date of March 25, 2024, for the criminal case against former President Donald Trump, potentially setting up a media spectacle in the middle of the Republican ...
May 23, 2023 · Seth Wenig/AP. A state judge in New York cautioned former President Donald Trump on Tuesday to obey a protective order dictating how he can talk about discovery materials during the upcoming ...
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