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FBI Raided Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Looking For Documents on Nuclear Weapons, Report

TMZ.com Friday, 12 August 2022
The classified documents Donald Trump allegedly took from the White House to Mar-a-Lago include information on nuclear weapons ... according to a new report on the FBI raid. FBI agents tore though Trump's Florida resort looking for classified info…
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Former President Trump is disputing a report that documents relating to nuclear weapons were sought in the FBI's search of his Florida home, Mar-a-Lago. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa joins "CBS News Mornings" with more.

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NATO Investing More , in European Defense Amid Volatile, US Political Landscape. 'Time' reports that European allies of the United States have a lingering unease over potentially unstable U.S. support for security in Europe. . Leaders in Europe are reportedly nervous heading into the 2024 presidential election, particularly after former President Donald Trump revealed plans to seek reelection. Leaders in Europe are reportedly nervous heading into the 2024 presidential election, particularly after former President Donald Trump revealed plans to seek reelection. Trump has long criticized NATO and even threatened to withdraw the U.S. from the international military alliance during his time in office. There was more concern before the outcome of the midterm elections. Now the concern shifts further down the line and changes in nature, François Heisbourg, Strategic analyst and advisor to the Foundation for Strategic Research, via 'Time'. NATO has already been increasing its defense, doubling the troop presence on Russia's western flank from four battle groups to eight. . NATO has already been increasing its defense, doubling the troop presence on Russia's western flank from four battle groups to eight. . According to 'Time,' NATO has also revealed plans to upgrade its missile and aircraft systems and increase spending on ships and maritime defense equipment. According to 'Time,' NATO has also revealed plans to upgrade its missile and aircraft systems and increase spending on ships and maritime defense equipment. In February, Russia's invasion of Ukraine sparked a NATO effort to work towards creating enough of a military presence along Russia's border to deter future invasions. In February, Russia's invasion of Ukraine sparked a NATO effort to work towards creating enough of a military presence along Russia's border to deter future invasions. French President Emmanuel Macron has pushed for strengthening European support for NATO and shifting away from the alliance's dependence on the U.S. . French President Emmanuel Macron has pushed for strengthening European support for NATO and shifting away from the alliance's dependence on the U.S. . 'Time' reports that Macron is looking to bolster support for that effort at an international conference on Ukraine next week in Paris. . 'Time' reports that Macron is looking to bolster support for that effort at an international conference on Ukraine next week in Paris.

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Jury Starts Deliberating , On Trump Organization's , Tax Fraud Trial. Al Jazeera reports that jurors have begun to deliberate in the Trump Organization's tax fraud trial after hearing four weeks of testimony and arguments. Al Jazeera reports that jurors have begun to deliberate in the Trump Organization's tax fraud trial after hearing four weeks of testimony and arguments. The trial revolves around executive pay practices at the former president's real estate company that prosecutors claim was part of a years-long criminal scheme. The trial revolves around executive pay practices at the former president's real estate company that prosecutors claim was part of a years-long criminal scheme. In 2021, Trump's company was charged with paying personal expenses for executives without reporting the payments as income. The charges also claim the company paid executives as if they were independent contractors. The Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, pleaded guilty to the charges and testified against the company for the prosecution. The Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, pleaded guilty to the charges and testified against the company for the prosecution. Al Jazeera reports that Trump, who was not charged in the case, has called the charges against his company politically motivated. If convicted, the Trump Organization faces up to $1.6 million in fines. Trump, who announced that he would be running for reelection in 2024, is facing a number of legal battles. . The Department of Justice is investigating Trump's efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election and his possession of classified documents. . The Department of Justice is investigating Trump's efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election and his possession of classified documents. . The state of Georgia is also investigating Trump's efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss in the state.

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Lawsuit Seeks Release of Proof CIA Was Involved With the Assassination of JFK [Video]

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Lawsuit Seeks Release of , Proof CIA Was Involved With , the Assassination of JFK . According to a prominent expert on the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald was part of a CIA plot to frame Cuban leader Fidel Castro in 1963. According to a prominent expert on the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald was part of a CIA plot to frame Cuban leader Fidel Castro in 1963. 'The Independent' reports that the claims were made by Jefferson Morley at a press conference for the Mary Ferrell Foundation on December 5. 'The Independent' reports that the claims were made by Jefferson Morley at a press conference for the Mary Ferrell Foundation on December 5. In October, the organization filed a lawsuit looking to force the release of all classified information that has been withheld from the American people for almost 60 years. This is an extraordinarily serious claim and it has profound implications for the official story. The CIA knew far more about the lone gunmen than they are even admitting today, Jefferson Morley, JFK Expert, via 'The Independent' . Since the assassination, the CIA has maintained that it was not involved with the assassination of the U.S. president. . According to Morley, then-CIA director John McCone lied when he told the Warren Commission that the covert agency possessed no information regarding Oswald. According to Morley, then-CIA director John McCone lied when he told the Warren Commission that the covert agency possessed no information regarding Oswald. What the CIA is hiding is what they’ve always hidden, which is their sources and methods as they relate to Lee Harvey Oswald. We’re talking about smoking-gun proof of a CIA operation involving Lee Harvey Oswald, Jefferson Morley, JFK Expert, via 'The Independent' . What the CIA is hiding is what they’ve always hidden, which is their sources and methods as they relate to Lee Harvey Oswald. We’re talking about smoking-gun proof of a CIA operation involving Lee Harvey Oswald, Jefferson Morley, JFK Expert, via 'The Independent' . 'The Independent' reports that the press briefing comes just days before the FBI and CIA are expected to disclose any remaining files regarding Kennedy's assassination. 'The Independent' reports that the press briefing comes just days before the FBI and CIA are expected to disclose any remaining files regarding Kennedy's assassination. Last year, the National Archives released almost 1,500 documents relating to assassination. The agency has until December 15 to publish the remaining files, per a deadline set by President Joe Biden in 2021

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How to Avoid, Utility Scams. The FBI says that scammers prefer to prey on vulnerable populations. That's why it's so important to keep yourself informed. Here are some ways to keep your personal information safe and avoid being duped out of cash. 1, Remain Calm. Scammers will fabricate a sense of urgency in order to steal your money. They try to get you in a panic and convince you that your payments are late as of this moment and that you need to pay them right now or your utilities will be shut off immediately, Matthias Alleckna, energy analyst for rate comparison site EnergyRates, via Cheapism. 2, Don't Give Away Your Banking Information. Always remember that a legitimate utility company will never reach out to gather banking information. 3, Don't Give Away Your Personal Information. It is important to remember to never reveal personal information when you receive a call. Under no circumstances should you offer your Social Security number when they ask for it. , Matthias Alleckna, energy analyst for rate comparison site EnergyRates, via Cheapism. 4, Scammers Request Unconventional Methods of Payment. Utility providers don't accept payments in the form of wire transfers, gift cards or bitcoin. Utility companies typically accept mailed checks, debit payments, or credit card payments. These methods of payment typically leave a paper trail, something that criminals tend to avoid. , Matthias Alleckna, energy analyst for rate comparison site EnergyRates, via Cheapism

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Donald Trump Calls Kanye West , a ‘Seriously Troubled Man’. 'New York Post' reports that Trump had dinner with West and Nick Fuentes, an alleged white nationalist, at Mar-a-Lago on Nov. 22. 'New York Post' reports that Trump had dinner with West and Nick Fuentes, an alleged white nationalist, at Mar-a-Lago on Nov. 22. 'New York Post' reports that Trump had dinner with West and Nick Fuentes, an alleged white nationalist, at Mar-a-Lago on Nov. 22. While Trump had previously agreed to meet with Ye, he claims to have been unaware that the embattled rapper was bringing guests. The former president took to Truth Social to make his thoughts known about the situation, calling Ye a "seriously troubled man" in the process. The question is who added their names to the guest list. You can’t just walk in [to Mar-a-Lago]. Someone added their names, Unnamed source, via 'New York Post'. West had a different take on the meeting, posting a video on social media stating Trump was "really impressed" with Fuentes. West had a different take on the meeting, posting a video on social media stating Trump was "really impressed" with Fuentes. West also reportedly asked Trump to be his 2024 vice presidential running mate. . Trump, who announced his 2024 presidential campaign on Nov. 15, allegedly declined and went on to insult Kim Kardashian. Trump, who announced his 2024 presidential campaign on Nov. 15, allegedly declined and went on to insult Kim Kardashian. But then he goes on to say that Kim is a [expletive] and you can tell her I said that. And I was thinking like that’s the mother of my children, Kanye West, via video posted to Twitter. West continues to receive backlash for his erratic behavior and antisemitic comments.

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Former US President Donald Trump hosted white nationalist, holocaust denier, an antisemite Nick Fuentes at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach on Tuesday night, according to multiple people familiar with the event. In a post to his social media site, Trump confirmed the gathering which was also attended by Kanye West, now 'Ye'. #DonaldTrump #KanyeWest #HolocaustDenier

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Attorney General Names , Special Counsel to Oversee , Trump Investigations. On November 18, Attorney General Merrick Garland named a special counsel to investigate a criminal probe into Donald Trump. On November 18, Attorney General Merrick Garland named a special counsel to investigate a criminal probe into Donald Trump. Fox News reports that Garland appointed former Justice Department official Jack Smith to oversee an investigation into the unlawful possession of national defense information by the former president. Fox News reports that Garland appointed former Justice Department official Jack Smith to oversee an investigation into the unlawful possession of national defense information by the former president. Smith will also oversee a probe aimed at determining if Trump or other officials interfered with the peaceful transfer of power after the 2020 presidential election. It is in the public interest to appoint a special prosecutor to independently manage an investigation and prosecution based on recent developments, Merrick Garland, United States Attorney General, via Fox News. On August 8, FBI agents seized classified records from Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in an unprecedented raid. . On August 8, FBI agents seized classified records from Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in an unprecedented raid. . According to a warrant and property receipt, FBI agents seized about 20 boxes of items from Mar-a-Lago, including documents that were marked "Top Secret.". According to a warrant and property receipt, FBI agents seized about 20 boxes of items from Mar-a-Lago, including documents that were marked "Top Secret.". Fox News reports that the records included under that government classification may contain information that could jeopardize international relations. However, the classification also includes national security information related to the daily operations of a U.S. president. According to the government, the search was conducted under the belief that the former president was in violation of federal law. Those federal laws include "gathering, transmitting or losing defense information," which would fall under the Espionage Act

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Trump Officially Announces , 2024 Presidential Bid. CNN reports that after months of speculation, the former president announced on Nov. 15 that he will try to secure the nation's highest office once again. He made the announcement at Mar-a-Lago, which will serve as his campaign headquarters. . In order to make America great and glorious again, I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States, Donald Trump, via statement. He also went on to say that Republicans shouldn't nominate "a politician or conventional candidate" if they want to reclaim the White House. Trump may have been alluding to potential candidates such as Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has increasingly gained favor with the GOP. Trump may have been alluding to potential candidates such as Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has increasingly gained favor with the GOP. Former Vice President Mike Pence is also seen as a potential competitor. . Trump went on to talk about the corruption in Washington while advocating for the use of paper ballots. I have no doubt that by 2024, it will sadly be much worse and they will see clearly what has happened and is happening to our country – and the voting will be much different, Donald Trump, via statement. Trump's top advisers have reportedly asked him not to fixate on conspiracies surrounding the 2020 election as they think it may hurt his chances in 2024. Trump seemingly has a long road ahead of him as he also faces a slew of legal issues ranging from the events of Jan. 6 to housing classified documents at Mar-a-Lago. Trump seemingly has a long road ahead of him as he also faces a slew of legal issues ranging from the events of Jan. 6 to housing classified documents at Mar-a-Lago

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Trump Suggests He’ll Announce , His 2024 Presidential Campaign , Next Week. CNBC reports that while speaking at a Save America rally in Vandalia, Ohio, Trump said he has a "big announcement" to make. . I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida. , Donald Trump, via statement. He then said, "we want nothing to detract from the importance of tomorrow," referencing the midterm elections. CNBC reports that Trump was considering announcing his campaign at the Save America rally, . but he was asked to hold off by national Republicans who feared such an announcement might alienate independent voters or motivate Democrats. Rather than rallying for GOP candidates, Trump focused on his personal issues against Democrats. judges who've not ruled in favor of his family, illegal immigration and President Biden, among other things. CNBC reports that a list of his potential top aides has already been leaked and revealed by 'The Washington Post.'. CNBC reports that if Trump wins the Republican nomination, it will likely come down to a rematch with President Biden. CNBC reports that if Trump wins the Republican nomination, it will likely come down to a rematch with President Biden

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Environmental Groups Seek , to Have Manatees Returned , to Endangered Status. On November 21, environmental groups warned that manatees are dying by the hundreds mainly as a result of pollution-driven starvation. The Center for Biological Diversity filed a petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeking to have the animal once again listed as an endangered species. . 'The Independent' reports that according to the group, the manatee being taken off the list in 2017 was an error. . The Fish and Wildlife Service now has the opportunity to correct its mistake and protect these desperately imperiled animals, Ragan Whitlock, Attorney for the Florida-based Center for Biological Diversity, via 'The Independent'. The petition argues that pollution from fertilizer runoff, leaking septic tanks, wastewater discharge and increased development has caused algae blooms. . The petition argues that pollution from fertilizer runoff, leaking septic tanks, wastewater discharge and increased development has caused algae blooms. . These algae blooms have killed a majority of the seagrass on which manatees depend on to survive, particularly off of Florida's east coast. In 2021, a record 1,100 manatees died from starvation, representing 13% of all manatees estimated to dwell in the waters surrounding Florida. So far in 2022, at least 736 manatee deaths had been reported as of November 11. . 'The Independent' reports that putting the manatee back on the endangered list would bolster federal scrutiny, while also providing more resources and expertise to help the problem. . Re-designating manatees as endangered will be a critical first step in righting a terrible wrong, Patrick Rose, Executive director of the Save the Manatee Club, via 'The Independent'

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