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Former President Donald Trump has claimed he can release top secret documents just by ‘thinking about it’.

Donald Trump took the stage Friday in Wilmington, North Carolina, for his latest 2022 campaign-style rally.

In the speech, he tore into New York Attorney General Letitia James, who filed a $250 million lawsuit against Mr. Trump and his company for a host of allegedly fraudulent business practices. He also hit back at Joe Biden for equating the MAGA movement with domestic extremism.

Ahead of the rally, Mr Trump appeared increasingly in the world of QAnon after he reposted a video on his own Truth social network containing images and slogans linked to the fringe conspiracy.

Scenes including the US Capitol building with lightning bolts and the words “It’s Going to be Biblical” as well as the phrase “Prepare for the Storm” were among the images depicted with “Q” symbols. Mr. Trump has previously denied knowledge of the plot, despite many of his supporters and Capitol rioters being linked to it.

In other news, Mr Trump’s lawyers have been ordered to say one way or the other whether they really believe the FBI planted incriminating evidence in documents seized from Mr Trump’s home – or whether the former president is just blubbering to save face.


Trump says he is ‘not a terrorist’ before warning of ‘great anger’ in US over criminal probe

Former President Donald Trump on Friday scoffed at the suggestion that he and his supporters are dangerous at his most recent political rally in North Carolina, responding to President Biden’s recent pro-democracy speech in which he was extremely critical of the mega-movement.

Mr Trump, who is the subject of multiple criminal investigations in Washington DC and Georgia, accused the Biden administration of diverting FBI resources “away from fighting crime and using them for partisan political investigations” “in hopes of a false label”.[ing]His “Make America Great Again” movement.

“They want to call us domestic terrorists,” Mr. Trump told the crowd. “Can you believe it? I am not a terrorist.”

Continuing, Mr. Trump said there was now “great anger” in the US because of the multiple investigations into his conduct and the behavior of his supporters, as well as the FBI’s efforts to bring to justice anyone who broke the law during January 6, 2021. He incited a riot.

Andrew Feinberg Contains the full story.


Donald Trump tells crowd America ‘isn’t great anymore’

In classic fashion, Donald Trump is buoyant in this rally between inflated claims about his perfect record in the White House and apocalyptic predictions that America is dying.

“For some reason, it’s not great anymore,” Mr. Trump said of America during his rally in North Carolina on Friday.


Donald Trump has reiterated the false claim that the death penalty for dealers will deter drug crime

Donald Trump continues to call for the death penalty for drug dealers, backing up his proposal with false claims that such a policy would dramatically reduce crime.

“If you put the death penalty to drug dealers, you would immediately reduce crime in this country by more than 80 percent,” Mr. Trump told a crowd in North Carolina on Friday.

as Alex Woodward And Josh Marks reported for IndependentNot only is this true, but it goes against Mr. Trump’s own past bills on criminal justice.


Trump opened the rally by insulting the New York attorney general, who she sued

Former President Donald Trump was not even 10 minutes into his remarks at a rally to promote Republican candidates in North Carolina when he pointed to a candidate who would appear on the ballot 437 miles away in the state he once called home.

Instead of extolling the virtues of the GOP ticket in this year’s midterm elections, the twice-impeached former president launched an extended tirade about New York State’s attorney general, who on Wednesday filed a $250m lawsuit against him, his three grown children and a three-year civil investigation into fraud allegations. Many companies, organizations and individuals involved in the real estate and licensing business bear his name.

“There is no better example of the left’s chilling obsession with targeting political opponents than the baseless, offensive and defamatory lawsuit against me, my family, my company by the racist attorney general of New York State. Leticia ‘Peekaboo’ James,” said Mr Trump, who used an odd and so far unexplained nickname for the Empire State’s chief law enforcement officer.

to read Andrew FeinbergFull report of


Donald Trump insists he is not a ‘terrorist’ in oblique response to Biden’s speech

Donald Trump took a belated jab at Joe Biden during his speech in North Carolina on Friday.

“They want to call us domestic terrorists,” Mr. Trump told the crowd. “Can you believe it? I am not a terrorist.”

The comment was an apparent response to Mr. Biden’s high-profile speech earlier this month where he described the Make America Great Again movement as a form of extremism.

“A lot of what’s going on in our country today is not normal,” Mr Biden said in a speech in Philadelphia, adding that the man he defeated nearly two years ago – former President Donald Trump – and his “mega Republican” ally. represents extremism that threatens the very foundation of our republic.”

Mr Biden insisted that “not every Republican” subscribes to the “extreme ideology” of Mr Trump and his allies, but warned that the GOP today is largely “dominated, controlled and intimidated” by Mr Trump and “maga Republicans”. Mr. Trump and his “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan.


Donald Trump boosts GOP turnout in November while election lies continue

Donald Trump is sounding a little different than at past rallies.

Make no mistake, he is still falsely claiming to win the 2020 election.

“I ran twice. I won twice, got millions more votes,” told the crowd in North Carolina.

But it also encourages GOP voters to turn out in November.

You must vote Republican “overwhelmingly,” Mr. Trump said at the rally.

“We have to swamp them,” he continued. “The best way we can stop them from cheating — because they are cheaters, dirty rotten cheaters — is to swamp them.”

Earlier, during the 2020 election, he positioned top Republicans by saying that voters should not be bothered by a tight Georgia Senate race, where a pair of Democrats won.


Trump lashes out at ‘racist’ New York attorney general lawsuit

Predictably, Donald Trump is hammering New York Attorney General Letitia James this week over the massive fraud lawsuit she filed against the former president and the Trump Organization.

He told a crowd at a Friday rally in North Carolina that the claim by “this crazy radical nutjob James” was “racist” and a “horrific and malicious abuse of power.”

“No one has ever been president of the crap I’ve been through,” Mr. Trump complained during his speech.


Donald Trump takes the stage in North Carolina

The former president took the stage after a long wait at his Friday rally in Wilmington, North Carolina.

We’ll be following all the latest from his campaign-style speech.


Trump’s weird theory about Biden and the ‘Phantom of the Opera’

Before a Donald Trump rally in North Carolina on Friday, he played a track from the musical Phantom of the Opera for the crowd.

The former president has a deep, somewhat strange connection to Broadway shows.

He also thinks its recent shutdown is related to the Biden administration.

Andrew Feinberg There is more.


Follow our man on the ground for the latest from the Trump rally

Independentof Eric Michael Garcia Trump is on the ground in North Carolina for today’s rally.

Right now, per Eric, the crowd is watching a Fox News clip about the Mar-a-Lago raid.

Follow up @EricMGarcia For the latest.


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