Intelligence experts are stunned reacting to The Washington Post report that Trump hoarded documents on foreign nuclear capabilities. Former Attorney General Bill Barr saying the DOJ is “getting very close” to make out a “technical case” – meaning it would have enough evidence to criminally charge Trump. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber reports on Barr’s comment and the ongoing legal probe surrounding the documents.
(Bloomberg) -- Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers were told by a federal judge to “stop wasting time” after they tried halting the deposition of former White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham in a defamation lawsuit minutes after it began, citing her painkiller medication. Most Read from BloombergMusk's Twitter Takeover Hits Snag Over Debt-Financing IssueKremlin Lets State Media Tell Some Truths About Putin’s Stalling WarNord Stream Leaks Caused by Detonations in Sign of SabotageTrump
Trump resented having to sign letters for US troops killed in Afghanistan during his presidency because he didn't want to 'attach his name to a war he disliked,' a book says
"Aides were struck that he seemed rattled by the number of deaths involved," Maggie Haberman writes in her new book of Trump's view of Afghanistan.
- Business Insider
Trump said the FBI found classified documents at his home because federal workers packed them. But emails Bloomberg got show boxes were already packed when movers arrived.
Emails show a GSA agent repeatedly telling Trump's team they can't use tax dollars to ship personal items, including gifts and a Trump painting.
- The Recount
While speaking at the Hispanic Leadership Conference in Miami, former President Donald Trump turned not knowing the U.S. population total into a rant on immigration. The GOP believes that the Biden Administration is mishandling immigration and the situation going on at the border has been a prominent point of concern.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Erin O’Flynn/The Daily BeastFirst, she stopped FBI special agents from even glancing at the classified documents they recovered from Mar-a-Lago. Then she appointed a special court referee that former President Donald Trump wanted to slow down the investigation over his mishandling of classified documents.But now, it’s clear District Court Judge Aileen Cannon already knew the Department of Justice was ready to hand Trump back a ton of personal records six days before she cla
- The Wrap
The review was related to a serious fall the anchor and reporter had earlier this year in Amsterdam
(Bloomberg) -- A federal appeals court granted the US Justice Department’s request to expedite its challenge to the appointment of a so-called special master to review thousands of White House documents seized from Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.Most Read from BloombergNord Stream Leaks Caused by Detonations in Sign of SabotageMusk's Twitter Takeover Hits Snag Over Debt-Financing IssueKremlin Lets State Media Tell Some Truths About Putin’s Stalling WarTrump Says US Agency Packed Top-Secret Doc
The Fox News host grew overexcited several times in a segment about the media dismissing his reporting of a Nord Stream conspiracy theory.
- The Root
To the surprise of nobody, former President Donald Trump does not want the Department of Justice to be able to look into the full scope of classified documents seized during an FBI search at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. Trump has filed an emergency request with the Supreme Court to get an independent arbiter for possibly more than 100 documents marked as classified, according to CNN.
Jay I. Bratt, head of DOJ counterintelligence operations, told Trump’s lawyers he has not yet returned all the documents that should go to the National Archives.
A trio of Democratic lawmakers wants to pull all U.S. troops out of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates after an alliance of oil-producing countries announced it was slashing production, a move which is expected to drive up U.S. gas prices.
- Rolling Stone
The former president is telling confidants that the nonpartisan agency is full of “woke” operatives — and promising vengeance if he retakes the White House in 2024
- The Daily Beast
Mikhail Svetlov/Getty ImagesTop officials in Belarus, a key Russian ally, are growing increasingly on edge this week about what they see as provocations—and warning that they might soon be forced into a harsh response. The head of the border committee of Belarus, Anatoly Lappo, claimed that Poland was acting “provocatively,” and that if any Polish attack takes place against Belarusian border officials, Belarus will not hold back.“[If] there will be at least one bullet in our border guards, the a
- Ukrayinska Pravda
Azov Regiment about captivity: Ukraines leaders allowed us to choose, 300 out of 600 wounded had festering wounds
ALONA MAZURENKO - THURSDAY, 6 OCTOBER 2022, 15:57 Major Bohdan "Tavr" Krotevych, Chief of Staff of the Azov Regiment, said that the command at the Azovstal steel plant [in Mariupol, under siege in the spring of 2022 - ed.
The far-right group's leader, Stewart Rhodes, allegedly had the phone number of a Secret Service agent.
- USA TODAY
Trump's request to the nation's highest court is narrow but once again thrusts him and the justices into political controversy.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
A Russian ammunition warehouse exploded on the morning of Oct. 6 in the occupied city of Melitopol, city mayor Ivan Fedorov said on national TV.
- Business Insider
Trump said he almost didn't want to refute Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony that he lunged at a Secret Service agent on Jan. 6 because it made him look tough
"I almost didn't want to dispute it, because a lot of people said, 'I never knew you were that physically tough,'" Trump said Wednesday in Miami.
- The Wrap
‘Morning Joe': Herschel Walker’s Abortion Fiasco is ‘Perfect Lab Experiment’ to See How Far the Right Goes to ‘Own the Libs’ (Video)
"You’ve had one horrible story after another horrible story about his lies," co-host Joe Scarborough says
- National Review
The 'Des Moines Register' denounced Governor Kim Reynolds for a campaign ad in an editorial published earlier this week, calling it 'dehumanizing.'