Trump Meets in North Carolina After Embracing QAnon on Truth Social – Live


Former President Donald Trump Claims He Can Declassify Top Secret Documents Just Thinking About It

Donald Trump took the stage Friday for his final campaign-style rally of 2022, this time in Wilmington, North Carolina.

The former president will be joined at the event by U.S. Representative Ted Budd, who is running for the U.S. Senate to fill Richard Burr’s seat.

Prior to the rally, Mr Trump appeared to be falling further into QAnon’s world after reposting a video on his own Truth Social network featuring images and slogans related to the fringe conspiracy.

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Scenes including a US Capitol building with lightning bolts and the words “It’s getting biblical,” as well as the phrase “prepare for the storm,” were featured below the images along with “Q” symbols. Mr Trump has previously denied knowledge of the conspiracy, despite many of his supporters and Capitol rioters being associated with it.

In other news, Mr. Trump’s attorneys have been ordered to somehow say whether they really believe the FBI has placed incriminating evidence in the documents seized from Mr. Trump’s home — or that the former president is just bluffing to save face.


Trump says he threatened Taliban leader with satellite photo of his home

Donald Tump claimed that during his negotiations with the Taliban as US president, he used a satellite image of the home of a Taliban leader to threaten the terrorist group.

In a lengthy interview with Sean Hannity on TUSEN News this week, Trump said he had provided Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar with a satellite photo of his home as a disguised warning amid talks with the designated terrorist group.

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Five key conclusions from New York’s $250 million lawsuit against Trump and what it means for 2024

New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a massive civil suit Wednesday accusing Donald Trump and his adult children of artificially inflating the value of multiple corporate entities. The suit aims to keep them from doing business in upstate New York, where the family has earned their bones for decades.

The extent and details of Mr Trump’s actions, with the help of Allen Weisselberg, chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, were unknown until now.

Eric Garcia summarizes the key conclusions of this new attempt by state officials in New York to get Mr. Trump to respond to long-standing fraud allegations:


ICYMI: Gaetz wanted Trump’s pardon

Following reports Friday that Matt Gaetz is unlikely to be charged over a Justice Department investigation, another report last week revealed that the pro-Trump congressman had expressed a wish that the former president would grant a preemptive pardon before he left office.

Here is Gustaf Kilander with the data:


Trump PAC raises $40 in August

Donald Trump’s super PAC raised just $40 in the month of August, a sign that its name doesn’t have the fundraising it once did.

Along with the low August numbers, the Make America Great Again, Again! super PAC only raised $351,000 in July and nothing in June. In comparison, in the last fundraising quarter of last year, the super PAC raised $4 million to $5 million.

As Eric Garcia explains that the numbers come as Save America’s political action committee foots the bill for Mr. Trump’s legal fees, which last month rose to a reported $3.8 million that is likely to grow.


Latest Behind the Scenes Efforts in Trump Lawsuit

Lawyers for former President Donald Trump are reportedly engaged in a closed-door lawsuit to prevent a federal grand jury from hearing testimony from White House advisers to the twice-indicted ex-president as part of an investigation into the 6th attack. January at the Capitol.


Trump Holds ‘Truth’ing

In his latest quirky post on Truth Social, Donald Trump shared an image of a supporter who celebrates the former president as second “alone” after Jesus.


ICYMI: Trump criticized QAnon symbols during rally

Donald Trump came under fire earlier this week after a rally in Youngstown, Ohio, where he played a song related to QAnon, wore a “Q”-shaped pin and referenced QAnon beliefs and slogans.

“This is the week Trump became Qanon,” wrote an analyst from the rally in support of Republican Senate candidate JD Vance. “This is not a political statement; it’s just, however disturbing.”

It remains to be seen if QAnon will be seen again in North Carolina tonight.

Gustaf Kilander has the details:


Gates open at Wilmington International Airport

The gates of the Aero Center at Wilmington International Airport, where Mr. Trump is holding a rally tonight, was set to open at 2 p.m. local time, earlier than his 7 p.m. time slot.

According to The Carolina JournalNorth Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson, Representative David Rouzer, local GOP chairman Michael Whatley and Bo Hines, a Republican congressional candidate, will speak.

While the rally is in support of Ted Budd, the Republican senate candidate for the state, most of the attention will likely be on the twice-deposed former president.


Ted Budd Adopts Controversy — And Trump

In the run-up to November’s election, Republican candidates across the US are moving away from controversial policies and controversial people — namely abortion and former President Donald Trump — as Election Day approaches.

Not Ted Budd, the Republican Senate nominee from North Carolina, who, according to the The US Express News, “is leaning toward support for abortion restrictions and friendship with the former Republican president as Democrats fight for an elusive southern swing state victory.”


How AOC Was Responsible for the NY Trump Inquiry

When New York Attorney General Letitia James announced her $250 million civil lawsuit against former President Donald Trump on Wednesday, she specifically cited the testimony of former Trump attorney Michael Cohen in 2019 when he revealed the former president’s fraudulently inflated the value of its assets.

The question that prompted Mr. Cohen’s answer came in 2019 from Ms. James’ fellow New Yorker, Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Eric Garcia and Andrew Feinberg report:


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