Winners and losers from the second Republican debate
The seven candidates on stage all trail Mr Trump by a significant margin in the race for the party's nomination, and knew they had to do something to change the dynamic. During a chaotic two-hour ...
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A New York judge ruled that Donald J. Trump committed fraud by inflating the value of his assets and stripped the former president of control over some of his properties. Here is the judge’s ...
1 day ago · CNN — A New York judge has found Donald Trump and his adult sons liable for fraud, saying the Trumps provided false financial statements for roughly a decade. Judge Arthur Engoron’s ruling came...
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Donald Trump was in electoral battleground Michigan Wednesday night working to win over blue collar voters by lambasting President Joe Biden and his push for electric cars in the midst of an autoworkers’ strike. (Sept. 27)
- 01:30Trump rails against Biden in MichiganAssociated Press VideosDonald Trump was in electoral battleground Michigan Wednesday night working to win over blue collar voters by lambasting President Joe Biden and his push for electric cars in the midst of an autoworkers’ strike. (Sept. 27)2 hours ago
- 02:16Gen. Mark Milley makes first public response to Trump commentsCBS News VideosGen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, sat down with Norah O'Donnell to make the first public response to former President Donald Trump's shocking recent comments, which suggested that Milley deserved execution for communications the general had with China during the final months of the Trump administration.5 hours ago
- 01:37Judge rules Donald Trump defrauded banks and insurers while building real estate empireAssociated Press VideosA judge ruled Tuesday that Donald Trump committed fraud for years while building the real estate empire that catapulted him to fame and the White House, and he ordered some of the former president’s companies removed from his control and dissolved. (Sept. 27)(AP Video: David R. Martin)6 hours ago
- 03:55RNC spokesperson addresses Trump's second debate absenceCBS News VideosFormer President Donald Trump is passing up the opportunity to go toe-to-toe with his competition for a second time at Wednesday's Republican presidential debate in California. Republican National Committee spokesperson Madison Gesiotto Gilbert joins "America Decides" to preview the second primary debate.6 hours ago
- 02:33Trump skipping second GOP debateABC News VideosSeven leading Republican presidential candidates, excluding Trump, will go head-to-head once again Wednesday night in Simi Valley, California.10 hours ago
- 02:56Biden and Trump visit Michigan in battle for labor vote in key swing stateCBS News VideosRecent CBS News polls show former President Donald Trump maintains a strong advantage in Iowa and New Hampshire, two pivotal early voting states crucial for the 2024 nomination. On Wednesday, attention shifts to Michigan, a key swing state that Trump is visiting just one day after President Biden's visit with union workers. CBS News' Robert Costa reports from Michigan.16 hours ago
- 03:50How Trump's business in New York could be affected by fraud rulingCBS News VideosA New York judge ruled Tuesday that Donald Trump and the Trump Organization committed fraud for years, saying the former president inflated the value of his assets by billions of dollars and lied about his net worth on financial statements. Trump could end up losing control of iconic properties like Trump Tower. A Trump spokesperson says there will be an appeal. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane has more.18 hours ago
- 04:21Judge rules Trump engaged in repeated fraudABC News VideosFormer President Donald Trump submitted "fraudulent valuations" for assets that were then used by himself, his eldest sons and his business to obtain better loan and insurance terms, a judge ruled.22 hours ago
- 01:57Trump found liable for fraud in New York civil caseReuters VideosSTORY: Donald Trump was found liable of financial fraud in a New York civil case alongside his eldest sons as well as some business associates. That decision came Tuesday from New York judge Arthur Engoron, and marks a major defeat for Trump that could severely impact his ability to make money in New York as he seeks a return to the White House next year. The judge said Trump and the other defendants dishonestly inflated the ex-president's net worth, the value of his properties and other assets, to suit their own business needs. In particular, the judge took issue with Trump lying about how big his penthouse was, claiming it was 30,000 square feet, nearly triple its actual size, resulting in an overvaluation of as much as $207 million. As penalty the judge stripped Trump of certificates that let some of his businesses operate in New York, including the Trump Organization. The Tuesday ruling is also a big victory for New York state Attorney General Letitia James, who last year pressed charges against Trump... "We are filing a lawsuit against Donald Trump for violating the law as part of his efforts to generate profits for himself, his family and his company." Tuesday's ruling makes it easier for James to establish damages at a trial set for October, which was also set to look at whether Trump and his children lied about his net worth to get better loans and insurance. Trump has filed a lawsuit against Judge Engoron. He's accused him and James of ignoring an appeals court order to narrow the case. The lawsuit aimed to delay the trial, arguing Engoron's inaction has made it impossible to prepare a defense. Trump has blasted his fraud accusations as "ridiculous and untrue", in a post on his Truth Social platform. He accused Engoron as a "deranged" judge doing the bidding of James, a Democrat. Trump, who faces a slew of other litigation, has denied all wrongdoing, and branded the cases a Democrat "witch hunt" against him.23 hours ago
- 01:58Trump liable for fraudABC News VideosA judge in New York has determined the former president committed systemic fraud, inflating the value of his real estate portfolio. ABC News' Em Nguyen has Trump's response and what's next.23 hours ago
- 01:58AP Explains: Judge rules Donald Trump defrauded banks & insurers while building real estate empireAssociated Press VideosA judge ruled Tuesday that Donald Trump committed fraud for years while building the real estate empire that catapulted him to fame and the White House. (AP Video Production: Marissa Duhaney)1 day ago
- 04:50Biden, Trump put labor rights at forefront of 2024 raceCBS News VideosAn extra voice from the top of the government joined auto workers Tuesday -- as President Biden visited the picket lines and took to the bullhorn. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa has more.1 day ago
- 01:44Seven candidates qualify for 2nd GOP Presidential debate, Donald Trump plans to skip, AP ExplainsAssociated Press VideosSeven candidates have qualified for Wednesday night's debate at the Ronald Reagan presidential library in California. (Sept. 26)1 day ago
- 00:21Donald Trump and his company violated fraud law, N.Y. judge rulesCBS News VideosDonald Trump and his company "repeatedly" violated state fraud law, a New York judge ruled Tuesday. Judge Arthur Engoron agreed in his ruling with New York Attorney General Letitia James' office that it is beyond dispute that Trump and his company provided banks with financial statements that misrepresented his wealth by as much as $3.6 billion.1 day ago
- 02:26BIden vs. Trump in MichiganReuters VideosSTORY: U.S. President Joe Biden joined the picket line with striking auto workers outside a General Motors plant near Detroit Tuesday and backed their demand for a 40 percent pay increase. "You guys UAW, you saved the automobile industry back in 2008 and before made a lot of sacrifices, gave up a lot and the companies were in trouble, but now they're doing incredibly well. And guess what you should be doing incredibly well too." Flanked by Secret Service agents, Biden exchanged fist bumps and took selfies with the crowd after he spoke. UAW workers this month began targeted strikes against GM, Ford and Chrysler parent Stellantis seeking wage increases to match CEO pay jumps, shorter work weeks and job security as the industry moves toward electric vehicles. Biden’s appearance here comes one day before his leading challenger former President Donald Trump is scheduled to address workers at a nearby auto parts supplier. Republicans believe Biden's push to electrify America's vehicle fleet, by pumping billions of dollars of tax rebates into EV manufacturing, is unpopular with auto workers. In a statement on Tuesday, Trump accused Biden of "stabbing" auto workers in the back, claiming Biden's EV mandate will "annihilate" the U.S. auto industry and cost "thousands of autoworkers their jobs." Biden though was joined on his visit by the head of the United Auto Workers union Shawn Fain. “And so today I just want to take a moment to stand with all of you with our President. And say thank you to the President. Thank you, Mr. President, for coming.” The appreciation only goes so far, the UAW has declined to support either 2024 presidential candidate, making it the only major union not to back Biden. Both candidates are expected to sharpen their 2024 campaign message in Michigan, a state which helped propel Trump to the White House in 2016 and then helped Biden win in 2020. Union voters are seen as key to victory here. While only about 10% of U.S. workers were union members in 2022, they have outsized political influence because the states where they are strong like Michigan often swing from voting Democratic to Republican, and their grassroots networks are powerful influences on the working-class vote.1 day ago
- 02:40Trump submitted 'fraudulent valuations' for loans, judge saysABC News VideosThe former president submitted "fraudulent valuations" for assets that were then used by himself, his eldest sons and his business to obtain better loan and insurance terms, a judge ruled.1 day ago
- 02:55Cassidy Hutchinson discusses importance of women standing up to TrumpABC News VideosOn "The View," the “Enough" author reflects on the role she and Alyssa Farah Griffin played in calling out the Trump White House.2 days ago
- 01:19Trump shows off new endorsements in South Carolina during a campaign rallyAssociated Press VideosFormer President Donald Trump showed off his new endorsements during a campaign rally outside of a boat manufacturer facility in Summerville, South Carolina. (Sept. 25) , (AP video: Erik Verduzco)2 days ago
- 03:18ABC News Poll: Trump edges out Biden in head-to-head matchupABC News VideosThe poll shows 56% of Americans disapprove of President Joe Biden’s job performance, with only a 37% approval rating.3 days ago
- 01:18Trump cements lead as Republican primary front-runner: PollABC News VideosFormer President Donald Trump leads Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis by nearly 40 points, according to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll.3 days ago
- 02:23New poll suggests Trump has stronger lead over BidenABC News VideosA new ABC News/Washington Post poll reports that former President Donald Trump has a 51% to 42% lead over President Joe Biden.4 days ago
- 03:00Former Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson claims Rudy Giuliani groped her on Jan. 6CBS News VideosIn a new book, former Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson alleges Rudy Giuliani groped her on the day of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. A spokesperson for Giuliani denies the claim. CBS News' Adriana Diaz reports.7 days ago
- 04:10Heated moments in Merrick Garland testimony about Trump, Hunter Biden probesCBS News VideosHouse Republicans accused Attorney General Merrick Garland of "weaponizing" the Justice Department in a House hearing Wednesday. Garland pushed back, saying he wasn't "the president's lawyer" or "Congress' prosecutor." CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge has more.7 days ago
- 01:59AG Garland testifies on Capitol Hill on Hunter Biden, Trump investigationsABC News VideosRepublican lawmakers grilled Attorney General Merrick Garland over his department's handling of criminal probes into former President Donald Trump, Hunter Biden, Jan. 6 and investigations.7 days ago
- 01:07Trump autographs woman's tank top shirt at Iowa campaign stopAssociated Press VideosBefore leaving Bettendorf, Iowa, on a campaign swing through the state, Donald Trump stopped by a popular restaurant and autographed a waitresses' white tank top. (Sept. 20) (AP video by Thomas Beaumont)1 week ago
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Donald Trump lost heavily Democratic California by over 5 million votes in the 2020 election. In an ironic twist, the state where he’s widely loathed outside his conservative base could go a long way to help him tighten his grip on the Republican presidential nomination next year.
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