Vitriolic behavior between members of Congress has become the new normal after the January 6 attack. Nikole Killion takes a look.
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Michael Cohen says Donald Trump told him if one of his kids had to go to prison to 'make sure' it was Donald Jr., not Ivanka
Michael Cohen told MSNBC's Alex Witt that Donald Trump gave the instruction when Donald Jr. and Ivanka were on the verge of being indicted in 2012.
“Donald cares only about Donald, more than he would care about his children," says Cohen. And “Ivanka is interested only in Ivanka.”
Donald Trump blasts the 'vicious' Jan. 6 committee and NY AG for targeting his children Ivanka and Donald Jr.
The Jan. 6 committee asked Ivanka to testify, and the NY AG issued subpoenas for Ivanka and Donald Jr. over the Trump Organization's financial dealings.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
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- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
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- The Hill
Former President Donald Trump slammed the Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol insurrection after it asking his daughter Ivanka Trump to sit for an interview."It's a very unfair situation for my children. Very, very unfair," Donald Trump told The Washington Examiner in an interview for an op-ed published Friday."It's a disgrace, what's going on. They're using these things to try and get people's minds off how incompetently our country is...
- The Palm Beach Post
Letter writer: Original letter regarding Jan. 6 is full of 'unfounded assertions.' Writer should substantiate his sources
Otherwise, it could have been "absolutely a lovely day," Trump told Sean Hannity.
MSNBC's Ari Melber shot down Trump's former trade adviser when he pretended to be clueless about the violence.
The reported souring in tensions between the former president and the Florida governor gets the treatment in the anti-DeSantis spot.
- The Guardian
It was a terrible seven days, with major developments in investigations of his election lies and the Capitol riot reaching into his inner circle‘House of Trump is crumbling’: why the legal net is tightening The Department of Justice investigation into the deadly Capitol attack harbors the most legal peril for Donald Trump. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images The last time Donald Trump heard such hammer blows, they were from renovations at Mar-a-Lago that displeased the former president. But
- The Guardian
Some Trumpland observers are convinced that he is in serious legal trouble as New York’s AG investigation of Trump Organizations’s finances intensifies Donald Trump speaks at a rally on 15 January 2022 in Florence, Arizona. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images When Donald Trump announced plans in 2006 to build a golf complex on ancient sand dunes on the Aberdeenshire coast in Scotland he told reporters it was love at first sight. “As soon as I saw it there was no question about it,” he said. It w
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American Oversight found that groups in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin sent in false documents to Congress.
- The Hill
Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said President Biden's press conference on Wednesday was the "most delusional" she's ever seen. "I thought that was the most delusional press conference I have ever seen," McEnany, a co-host of "Outnumbered," said on Fox News Thursday.McEnany pointed to Biden saying he outperformed in his first year as president, as well as his remarks on the economy, as examples of how "delusional" he is since...
- Associated Press
When officials in Chester, Georgia, heard that the 2020 census had pegged their small town at 525 people, their jaws dropped. Chester and two other small, rural municipalities in Georgia are the first communities in the U.S. to challenge the accuracy of their numbers from the once-a-decade head count. Successful challenges are scant, but the outcome could determine whether Chester, the city of Glennville and White County get their fair share when it comes to the distribution of $1.5 trillion in annual federal funding.
Boris Epshteyn, a former Trump campaign adviser, told MSNBC host Ari Melber he was part of the "process to make sure there were alternate electors."
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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