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Andrew Yang Says FBI Raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago Better Turn Up The Goods Or Else

TMZ.com Wednesday, 10 August 2022
Andrew Yang is questioning the FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort ... he says the feds better find some compelling dirt on the former President, or it's a horrible look. The former Presidential and NYC Mayoral candidate joined us on "TMZ…
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News video: Trump says FBI conducted RAID of Mar-a-Lago estate

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Donald Trump said in a lengthy statement Monday that the FBI was conducting a search of his Mar-a-Lago estate.

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Americans Want the FBI to Search All of Biden's Properties, Poll Suggests [Video]

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Americans Want the FBI, to Search All of Biden's Properties, Poll Suggests. 'Newsweek' reports that a recent poll shows that a majority of Americans want all of Joe Biden's properties to be searched by the FBI for classified documents. On February 1, the FBI searched Biden's Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, vacation home and found no classified papers. . The latest search comes after classified documents were discovered in the president's former office and his home in Greenville, Delaware. The latest search comes after classified documents were discovered in the president's former office and his home in Greenville, Delaware. The 'Newsweek' poll was conducted between January 28 and 29 among 1,500 eligible U.S. voters. According to the poll, 65% of participants think "all of Joe Biden's properties" should be officially searched. . The survey also found that 43% of those polled believe Biden or his staff "probably deliberately kept those classified documents.". On the same question, 34% of those polled said they thought it had been a mistake, and another 23% said they were unsure. 52% of those polled said they believe that Trump or his staff also "probably deliberately kept those classified documents" found on August 8 at his Florida resort. Another 27% of polled voters said they think that Trump was likely in possession of the documents by mistake. Meanwhile, 64% of people polled by 'Newsweek' said they think that the FBI should search all of Trump's properties for additional documents, with only 11% disagreeing.

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The FBI is searching the beach house of US President Joe Biden for classified documents. #JoeBiden #FBI #Delaware

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Trump Sues Bob Woodward , for Using Recordings of , Presidential Interviews. Trump Sues Bob Woodward , for Using Recordings of , Presidential Interviews. Attorneys for former President Donald Trump filed the suit against the iconic journalist on Jan. 30. At issue is the Oct. release of Woodward's book, 'The Trump Tapes: Bob Woodward's Twenty Interviews with President Donald Trump.". Trump claims that while he did authorize the use of the interviews for Woodward's book 'Rage,'. ... the use of the interviews in audiobook form equates to a broken promise on the part of the journalist. President Trump told Woodward numerous times that the Interviews were to be used by Woodward—and Woodward only—, Court Documents Filed by Trump's Attorneys, via NBC News. ... for the sole purpose of accurately quoting President Trump for the 'written word,' i.e., 'Rage,' and not for any other purpose, Court Documents Filed by Trump's Attorneys, via NBC News. ... including providing, marketing, or selling the Interviews to the public, press, or the media, in any way, shape, or form, Court Documents Filed by Trump's Attorneys, via NBC News. Woodward decided to exploit, usurp, and capitalize upon President Trump’s voice by releasing the Interview Sound Recordings of their interviews with President Trump in the form of an audiobook, Court Documents Filed by Trump's Attorneys, via NBC News. Woodward's lawyers responded to the suit, promising an aggressive legal defense. Former President Trump’s lawsuit is without merit and we will aggressively defend against it. , Statement Released by Woodward and Publisher, via NBC News. All these interviews were on the record and recorded with President Trump’s knowledge and agreement. , Statement Released by Woodward and Publisher, via NBC News. Moreover, it is in the public interest to have this historical record in Trump’s own words. We are confident that the facts and the law are in our favor, Statement Released by Woodward and Publisher, via NBC News. Trump stated on Jan. 30 that the audiobook “was an open and blatant attempt to make me look as bad as possible.”

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Trump opens 2024 run, saying he's 'more committed' than ever

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Donald Trump Is Selling Digital Trading Cards of Himself [Video]

Donald Trump Is Selling Digital Trading Cards of Himself

Donald Trump Is Selling , Digital Trading Cards of Himself. TheWrap reports that Trump revealed details of his previously-teased "major announcement" on Dec. 15. Hopefully your favorite president of all time, better than Lincoln, better than Washington, Donald Trump, via statement. [Purchasers] will join a very exclusive community, my community, that I think it’s something you’re going to like and you’re gonna like it a lot, Donald Trump, via statement. Trump fans can now buy "digital trading cards" of the former president depicted as various characters for $99 each. Such characters include a superhero, astronaut, golfer and cowboy. Such characters include a superhero, astronaut, golfer and cowboy. Such characters include a superhero, astronaut, golfer and cowboy. Such characters include a superhero, astronaut, golfer and cowboy. Trump says the NFTs are "just like a baseball card, or other collectibles.". Anyone who buys 45 of the digital cards is "guaranteed a ticket to attend a gala dinner with Trump in South Florida.". Additional prizes includes individual Zoom sessions, a group cocktail hour at Mar-a-Lago, a one-on-one meeting and a round of golf with Trump and more. . Additional prizes includes individual Zoom sessions, a group cocktail hour at Mar-a-Lago, a one-on-one meeting and a round of golf with Trump and more. . Additional prizes includes individual Zoom sessions, a group cocktail hour at Mar-a-Lago, a one-on-one meeting and a round of golf with Trump and more. . Remember, Christmas is coming, and this makes a great Christmas gift, Donald Trump, via statement. While the popularity of NFTs boomed amid the pandemic, TheWrap reports that prices have dropped 97% since the beginning of the year.

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Trump's Request , For Special Master Review , Formally Dismissed by Judge. CNN reports that a judge has dismissed former President Donald Trump's request for a special master review of evidence seized from his Florida estate. . Judge Aileen Cannon formally dismissed the case on December 12. The case being dismissed reportedly gives the Justice Department full access to tens of thousands of records and other items found in Trump's beach club and private office. The case being dismissed reportedly gives the Justice Department full access to tens of thousands of records and other items found in Trump's beach club and private office. The Justice Department is investigating whether three criminal statutes were violated by Trump in bringing sensitive government documents to Mar-a-Lago. In recent weeks, the federal grand jury overseeing the investigation heard testimony from Trump aides. CNN reports that special counsel Jack Smith has recently taken control of the investigation. Trump's attempt to obtain a special master review has reportedly slowed down the investigation and impeded prosecutors' ability to question witnesses. According to Trump, some of the documents obtained by the FBI were covered by attorney-client privelage, executive privilege or were otherwise outside the bounds of the probe. The Justice Department argued that a third-party, special master review was unnecessary and would impede their investigation. . Earlier in the litigation, the Justice Department was granted permission to use documents marked as classified that were seized in the search as part of its investigation

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Ford Announces Partnership With Red Bull and Return to F1 Racing [Video]

Ford Announces Partnership With Red Bull and Return to F1 Racing

Ford Announces , Partnership With Red Bull , and Return to F1 Racing. ESPN reports that Ford has confirmed it will return to Formula One racing in 2026, joining forces with world champions Red Bull. On February 3, the United States automotive giant announced it would be returning to the sport at Red Bull's New York launch event. ESPN reports that the deal combines Ford's team with Red Bull's recently-formed engine company, Red Bull Powertrains. The new engine company is reportedly already working on a power unit to meet F1's new engine regulations for 2026. The new engine company is reportedly already working on a power unit to meet F1's new engine regulations for 2026. In 2021, Red Bull decided to start its own power unit facility amid uncertainty over current engine supplier Honda's long-term commitment. . ESPN reports that Red Bull and its sister team, AlphaTauri, will continue to use Honda engines until the current regulation cycle ends in 2025. ESPN reports that Red Bull and its sister team, AlphaTauri, will continue to use Honda engines until the current regulation cycle ends in 2025. In 2026, new power unit regulations will require cars to rely on increased electrical power and run on sustainable synthetic fuels. . The news today that Ford is coming to Formula One from 2026 is great for the sport and we are excited to see them join the incredible automotive partners already in Formula One, Stefano Domenicali, Formula One CEO, via ESPN. They are a global brand with an incredible heritage in the racing and automotive world and they see the huge value that our platform provides with over half a billion fans around the world, Stefano Domenicali, Formula One CEO, via ESPN. Our commitment to be Net Zero Carbon by 2030 and to introduce sustainable fuels in the F1 cars from 2026 is also an important reason for their decision to enter F1, Stefano Domenicali, Formula One CEO, via ESPN

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