Ayman al-Zawahiri, one of the world’s most wanted terrorists and the mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Kabul on July 30.
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An Oval Office incident from 2019 perfectly illustrates Trump's approach to state secrets, say ex intel officials
What happened in the Oval Office on Aug. 30, 2019, perfectly illustrated President Donald Trump's approach to state secrets, say former intel officials.
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- The Hill
Fox News host Tucker Carlson predicted former President Trump will be indicted following a search at his Florida residence last week carried out by the FBI in connection with an investigation into classified information reportedly taken from the White House. “There’s nothing to see here, that’s the line,” Carlson said on his show Monday, naming…
- The Hill
A resurfaced clip from August 2016 shows Trump as a candidate vowing to make enforcing laws around classified information a priority.
The Fox News host admitted that voters could reject Trump if he runs again.
Former US intel officer says Mar-a-Lago is a 'nightmarish environment' for secret documents and that they needed to be taken back
Mar-a-Lago was a constant worry for intelligence officials and an obvious target for foreign spies, experts have said in the wake of the FBI's raid.
Giuliani says Trump's first reaction to the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago was to boast about the size of the crowd supporting him outside
"You see the number of people in front of Mar-a-Lago already?" Giuliani recalled Trump saying in the aftermath of the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago.
- Business Insider
High-profile attacks behind Russian lines hint at how Ukrainian special forces may be using their US training
Recent attacks behind Russian lines in Crimea may be the work of Ukrainian troops who have trained extensively with US special operators since 2014.
Trump has been making offers to "help" in recent days while also issuing warnings about the anger he has helped incite.
- The Daily Beast
Getty ImagesAs Rep. Liz Cheney made her high-minded pronouncements about the importance of truth and courage and genuine patriotism during the congressional hearing into the Jan. 6 insurrection, she was shadowed by a question that fairness left largely unspoken.“What about your freaking father?”But one of the propelling principles of the hearing-turned-reality-show was justice. And to have held former Vice President Dick Cheney’s lies and cowardice against her would have been blaming the child f
The former president's son told Sean Hannity that the Trump family "absolutely" has the surveillance footage and would release it "at the right time."
George Conway says the Mar-a-Lago investigation is the 'shortest distance between Trump and an orange jumpsuit'
Conway said there did not appear to be a "rational, logical defense" for Trump in the DOJ's investigations of classified documents at Mar-a-Lago.
Ohio Rep. Mike Turner also admitted: “No one is above the law. Donald Trump is not above the law.”
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Would you object to what the FBI and the Justice Department have done if the investigation was focused on someone who wasn't Donald Trump?
- The Daily Beast
Fox NewsThe Five co-host Will Cain on Monday tried out a relatively new tactic to characterize what former President Donald Trump could have done to justify the FBI’s raid of Mar-a-Lago. Whatever Trump’s error, Cain said, “it better be egregious” and “more than the nuclear codes.”Trump is under investigation for allegedly violating the Espionage Act and two other laws that relate to mishandling federal records and obstructing an investigation by falsifying documents, according to court documents
Michael Cohen says Trump's next move in the Mar-a-Lago probe would be to find a scapegoat — Rudy Giuliani
Calling Trump "Captain Chaos," Cohen said Trump would likely pin everything from the Mar-a-Lago raid to the Georgia elections probe on Giuliani.
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Russian Ministry of Defence calls detonations in Crimea sabotage and state of emergency is introduced
UKRAINSKA PRAVDA - TUESDAY, 16 AUGUST 2022, 13:17 The Ministry of Defence of Russia has stated that the cause of the explosions at the ammunition storage site near Dzhankoi in Crimea was sabotage. The occupiers have introduced a state of emergency in Dzhankoi district.
Explosions and fires ripped through an ammunition depot in Russia-annexed Crimea on Tuesday in the second suspected Ukrainian attack on the peninsula in just over a week, forcing the evacuation of more than 3,000 people.