"The person who occupied the White House, the highest office in the land, actually used, and unleashed, and mobilized, all of that violence, and white supremacy, using the tools of the federal government.," Rep. Pramila Jayapal tells Jonathan Capehart as she discusses the threats allegedly made against her and the escalating political violence nationwide.
Republicans may have shot themselves in the foot by hammering the DOJ to release the Mar-a-Lago search warrant
Legal experts and political strategists say Trump's backers bit off more than they could chew — and Merrick Garland called their bluff.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Federal sources tell Newsweek what happened at Mar-a-Lago: The FBI truly thought this wasn't going to be a big deal. Whoops.
Trump baselessly bashed Obama for transferring records from the White House to Chicago. Here's why Obama was allowed while Trump is under scrutiny by the FBI.
As his time in the White House came to a close, Barack Obama transferred records from the White House for his presidential library in Chicago.
Attorney General Merrick Garland said he personally approved the decision for the FBI to seek a search warrant for Trump's residence.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Former President Donald Trump decried FBI agents executing a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago. But experts say he knows what they were looking for and why.
The FBI search of the former president's Florida property was focused on mishandled presidential materials, according to reports.
Trump is free to release the Mar-a-Lago search warrant to back up his accusations against the FBI, but is choosing not to
The former president has sought to discredit the raid — but hasn't released the warrant that could help him back up his claims.
"Garland is playing chess. Donald can only play checkers," Donald Trump's niece said.
- Miami Herald
A woman who went to wash clothes in her laundry room in Central Florida never made it out early Monday, authorities say.
Authorities are looking into Ricky Shiffer's self-proclaimed connections to the insurrection and extremists at the Capitol.
The pro-Trump internet cried 'false flag' after an armed man tried to force his way into an Ohio FBI office
An extremism expert told Insider the baseless claims are part of wider calls among the far-right for violence and "civil war."
- The New York Times
ATLANTA — Amid a deepening swirl of federal and state investigations, former President Donald Trump has hired a high-powered Atlanta lawyer to represent him in an inquiry into election interference in Georgia. The lawyer, Drew Findling, has represented an array of rap stars including Cardi B, Gucci Mane and Migos, and is known by the hashtag #BillionDollarLawyer. But he has not been a fan of Trump; in one 2018 post on Twitter, after Trump criticized LeBron James, Findling referred to Trump as “t
- The Daily Beast
Fox NewsFox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy flipped the script on Thursday morning, pushing back on House Minority Whip Steve Scalise’s wild suggestion that FBI agents went “rogue” in executing a court-approved search warrant at former President Donald Trump’s residence.Doocy further took issue with the immediate “rush to judgment” made by Scalise and other conservatives, asking if they could at least “wait a week” before determining that the FBI is “crazy.”Fox News has engaged in a full-scale mel
Trump's endless attacks on the FBI's Mar-a-Lago raid are pressuring Merrick Garland to break the DOJ's 'no comment' norm until there's an indictment — if that ever happens
Former President Donald Trump has seized on the Justice Department's silence about the Mar-a-Lago raid to attack the search as politically motivated.
Merrick Garland is not playing it safe.
Feds were looking for classified documents about nuclear weapons during raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago, Washington Post reports
Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Thursday he was moving to have the search warrant made available to the public.
- Business Insider
Michael Cohen says Trump likely feels 'trapped' after the FBI's raid and is worried that whoever tipped off the feds has more dirt on him
In 2018, Cohen, Trump's former personal attorney, was sentenced to three years in prison for a host of crimes he committed while employed by Trump.
Memphis Police released images of a brazen crime. The pictures show three men holding high-powered weapons. Memphis Police said those men used those weapons to “open fire” and kill a man outside of a Memphis motel.
And he was almost made into mincemeat…
- Miami Herald
The Minnesota mother’s attorneys blame a “well-known” Walmart policy for the fatal fire, according to court documents.