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'They had a duty': Experts erupt over Trump lawyers' potential 'deception' on fraud bond
Apr 07, 2024
Donald Trump's lawyers may have made misrepresentations to the court regarding the former president's bond in his civil fraud case, and legal experts are looking out for what comes next.ProPublica reported on Friday that Trump's attorneys "had told the appellate court it was a 'practical impossibility' to get a bond for the full amount of the lower court’s judgment, $464 million.""But before the judges ruled, the impossible became possible: A billionaire lender approached Trump about providing a bond for the full amount," according to the recent report. "The lawyers never filed paperwork alerting the appeals court. That failure may have violated ethics rules, legal experts say."ALSO READ: A criminologist explains why keeping Trump from the White House is all that mattersThat news made its way around the internet over the weekend, with various people chiming in.ProPublica Illinois deputy editor Steve Mills asked the question, "Did Trump and his lawyers fail to disclose key details about his bond?"That led former federal prosecutor Andrew Weissmann to post a related reminder."And the $175 bond has reported issues: the surety company may not be licensed to give bonds in NY & may not have met the NY solvency reqs (can't post more than 10% of its worth so it is solvent to meet the bond requirements). 4/22 hearing scheduled by the court."Former prosecutor Barbara McQuade also chimed in:"AG is doing her job on behalf of the people of New York to inquire into whether Trump’s appeal bond meets legal standards," she wrote on Sunday in response to Weissmann. "The risk is that if Trump loses his appeal and he can’t pay the $454M judgment, then taxpayers lose."In response to ProPublica's piece, Trump campaign aide A.J. Delgado said, "Looking more and more like Trump did not, in fact, post the bond (at least not a proper one)."Speaking to MSNBC on Sunday, former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti also said the lawyers involved have a "duty" to correct their statement. He noted that attorneys have additional obligations to be honest to the court.In the comments on the post from Mills, ProPublica's readers weighed in on the subject."Of course they 'neglected' to do this," Barbara Levitan, @BarbaraLevitan, wrote. "There are no accidents with Trump, only deliberate deception."Mary Miller, @eaglzfan1967, said, "THEY LIED - THEY HAD A DUTY TO CURE THEIR FALSE STATEMENTS."
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'He can still talk about the case': Fox News host corrects Trump gag order lies
Apr 07, 2024
Fox News host Howard Kurtz reminded Trump campaign press secretary Karoline Leavitt that her boss could still talk about his hush-money case even though a judge put a limited gag order in place. While speaking to Leavitt on Sunday, Kurtz noted that former President Donald Trump had said he was willing to go to jail after Judge Juan Merchan prevented him from talking about court staff or the judge's family. "If this partisan hack wants me to put, wants to put me in the clink for speaking the open, obvious truth, I will gladly become a modern-day Nelson Mandela," Trump wrote about the gag order, Kurtz reported. "So why is he comparing himself to Mandela?" the Fox News host asked. "And is he now worried about going to jail in this case?" "No, not at all," Leavitt insisted. "Truth will ultimately prevail in this case and in all of the cases. The Democrats want President Trump confined to a courtroom." "Unfortunately, he'll have to be on trial in a dark, dirty New York City courtroom because Alvin Bragg is a far-left district attorney who has spent more time persecuting President Trump than prosecuting real violent criminals on the streets of New York," she continued. "President Trump is exposing the truth in all of these Biden-led witch hunts." ALSO READ: Inside the neo-Nazi hate network grooming children for a race war Leavitt attributed the gag orders to Democrats who want to "silence" Trump. "And that's exactly why you see these gag orders coming down," she opined. "Not only are they prosecuting him, but they want to silence him." "It's a complete violation of his First Amendment rights." Kurtz ended the interview with a correction. "He can still talk about the case," the Fox News host said. "But I'm glad to have your response on that." Watch the video below from Fox News or at the link
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'Nod to the judge': Trump aide says ex-president just tried to 'sway' Judge Cannon
Apr 05, 2024
Donald Trump is purportedly using flattery to help pave the way to freedom. On Thursday, former President Donald Trump played U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon's ardent defender, calling her "highly respected" after she came under criticism by Special Counsel Jack Smith. "Deranged 'Special' Counsel Jack Smith, who has a long record of failure as a prosecutor, including a unanimous decision against him in the U.S. Supreme Court, should be sanctioned or censured for the way he is attacking a highly respected Judge, Aileen Cannon, who is presiding over his FAKE Documents Hoax case in Florida," the former president wrote in a post on his social media platform, Truth Social.ALSO READ: 'Outlooks mediocre or worse': Trump Media investors warned off in alarming Forbes analysisSmith's court filing earlier this week beat back Cannon's move to postpone a decision until a jury is impaneled to "rest on an unstated and fundamentally flawed legal premise." Cannon has faced questions of favoritism after she has decided that Trump's motion for dismissal based on a widely panned theory that he had autonomy under the Presidential Records Act (PRA) holds or sinks after a trial begins, thereby nixing any chance for the government to seek remedies because it would create a double-jeopardy situation. Trump, who is the Republican presumptive nominee in the upcoming election, is facing three dozen charges involving the mishandling of classified documents that he took with him from the White House to Mar-a-Lago and for obstruction the government's effort to recover them. He has pleaded not guilty. While appearing on CNN's "Out Front" Alyssa Farah Griffin, who's served as White House Communications Director under President Donald Trump, peeled back Trumpworld's curtain to say that his genuflecting is intentional. "He wants to prejudice the public or his supporters against judges he doesn't like and he wants to make them favorable to the ones that he does [like]," she said. "But also it's a nod to the judge.""I mean, it's very similar to one of his attorneys referring to Brett Kavanaugh when he's going to be ruling on immunity, saying Trump appointed him so we think he'll be with us."In fact, Griffin said that it's a common move to cozy up to wishful allies."This is something that they do and kinda put out there publicly in hopes of swaying the judges in their favor," she said. "Now of course, judges should be unbiased; that shouldn't affect them — but that's what he's thinking and saying this."Watch below or click the link here.
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'Giant hypocrite' Kid Rock brutally mocked for wearing Budweiser hat to Fox News interview
Apr 05, 2024
MAGA singer Kid Rock on Thursday accidentally wore a Budweiser hat to an interview with Fox News.Kid Rock, who has frequently aligned with the far-right and was known to interact with Donald Trump during his term in the Oval Office, appeared on The Ingraham Angle, where he was asked about his hat. The far-right staged a boycott of Anheuser Busch and particularly Bud Light following an ad campaign featuring transgender woman Dylan Mulvaney. Kid Rock helped promote this boycott, but as the outrage died down, he appeared to lose interest in it — and commenters on social media buried him in mockery over it.ALSO READ: 'Outlooks mediocre or worse': Trump Media investors warned off in alarming Forbes analysisBuzz Jackson, @BuzzJackson, said, "Looks like Kid Rock and Budweiser are friends again." Allen Weisselberger, @weisselbergers, said, "This reminds me of that time the Confederacy lost the Civil War when it countered the Union’s edge in population and manufacturing with Kid Rock." Liberal Lisa in Oklahoma, @lisa_liberal, said, "Kid Rock never stopped selling Bud Light at his bar in Nashville." "He’s a giant hypocrite, just like every other republican," the individual added. "Kid Rock makes music for divorced dads that can only see their kids every other weekend, but don’t," wrote the account @MaTTFLaMMaBLe. Watch the full Fox interview below or click the link here.
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'Reprehensible': Hush money prosecutor demands stricter gag order against Trump
Apr 01, 2024
The prosecutor in former President Donald Trump's criminal hush money case Monday demanded a stricter gag order to clamp down on his "dangerous, violent, and reprehensible rhetoric," court records show. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg filed his motion to New York City Justice Juan Merchan, whose daughter has been the subject of repeated attacks from Trump on his social media site Truth Social, according to court records."[Trump's] dangerous, violent, and reprehensible rhetoric fundamentally threatens the integrity of these proceedings and is intended to intimidate witnesses and trial participants alike—including this Court," Bragg wrote. ALSO READ: No, Donald Trump, fraud is not protected by the First Amendment"This Court can and should clarify or extend the Order to protect family members of the Court on the record described below, and should warn defendant that any future disregard of the Order will result in sanctions."Bragg's demand comes after Trump's attorneys argued Merchan's daughter was fair game for character attacks because she had engaged in political speech, noted reporter Adam Klasfield, among the first to spot the new filing."But Bragg calls this a 'fig leaf' and a 'fiction,' rejected by a state judicial ethics committee last year," Klasfield wrote. Trump, who has pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records, is slated to see his trial begin in mid-April, court records show. Bragg contends Trump illegally funneled cash to adult film star Stormy Daniels ahead of the 2016 presidential election. This is one of three criminal court cases Trump faces linked to charges of election interference, the other two pertaining to his actions between the 2020 presidential election and Jan. 6, 2021. On Monday, Bragg rebutted the former president's claim that his social media attacks were his constitutional right.""Defendant’s claim of a constitutional right to levy personal attacks on family members is as disturbing as it is wrong," Bragg wrote.
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