Trump rages about judge and law clerk while gag order is paused in New York fraud trial

Donald Trump renewed his attacks on the judge overseeing his civil fraud trial in New York and the judge’s law clerk, baselessly accusing them both of political bias in a Thanksgiving Day social media post.

Trump had repeatedly raged against Judge Arthur Engoron and his clerk, leading the judge to impose a gag order last month on the second day of the $250 million New York civil fraud trial against the former president. The gag order was later expanded, placing similar

Georgia judge denies bid to revoke Trump co-defendant Harrison Floyd's bond over social media posts

A judge on Tuesday ordered the bond conditions of Harrison Floyd, one of former President Donald Trump’s co-defendants in the Georgia election interference case, to be modified because of social media posts that prosecutors from the Fulton County district attorney’s office said were “intentional and flagrant violations” of the conditions of his release.

One way Trump is fighting history: Election losers usually lose the rematch, too

Former President Donald Trump is seeking a rematch against President Joe Biden in 2024, which would be only the sixth presidential rematch ever and the first since the 1950s.

But the track record of rematches at the statewide level during that time paints a clear picture of the hurdles candidates face when they make comeback attempts. In 25 Senate rematches since 1950, just two ended in 

Skeptical judges signal they could narrow Trump gag order in election interference case

WASHINGTON — Lawyers for Donald Trump and the Justice Department squared off Monday in a federal appeals court, where the former president’s lawyers argued before a panel of skeptical judges that his constitutional rights have been violated by a gag order barring him from disparaging witnesses and prosecutors in the election interference case.

Republicans face risks in picking off voters disaffected with Biden over Israel

Since the war between Israel and Hamas broke out last month, Muslim and Arab American voters in key swing states have suggested they will never back President Joe Biden again, while the president’s support among younger voters appears to be taking a hit. There has even been a movement to leave the top of the ballot blank in 2024 as a protest against the president, whom they see as being too uncritical in his backing of the Israeli government as casualties mount in Gaza.

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