An unexpected report that the Justice Department made a deal to keep F.B.I. agents away from the search, President Joe Biden displayed the demeanor of a man who believes he is invincible, smirking and laughing in response to reporters’ questions about the classified documents stashed at his Delaware home.
Monday, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, dismissed White House criticism of how Republicans are probing secret records found in President Joe Biden’s home and previous office, and he accused the Biden White House of having a double standard about oversight.
With the news that Biden had been keeping secret documents, Trump has led the charge of fury, asking when the FBI will conduct a raid on Biden’s home or the White House.
Days after Donald Trump, a former president, announced his third run for office, the U.S. Department of Justice intensified two inquiries that could prove to be the biggest obstacles to his effort to return to Pennsylvania Avenue.
A Strong Chance That Trump Will Be Indicted After Midterm Elections.
When speaking at a rally in Arizona, former President Donald Trump made a startling announcement the Democrats had placed a “trigger warning” on the Constitution. His comment is in line with his other statements that Democrats were coming after MAGA Republicans. Something that even Biden lent credence to when he said that MAGA Republicans were basically America’s homegrown terrorists
Prosecutors have not finished challenging U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon’s handling of the case. The Justice Department is attempting to expedite its appeal of a ruling that delayed its investigation into documents seized at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.
Trump is granted a reprieve on his lodging objections to the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago inventory. Judge Aileen Cannon overruled special master Raymond Dearie’s deadline after the former president’s attorneys objected that he lacked the jurisdiction to establish it.
John Strand, one of the few J6 defendants who declined a plea agreement, was found guilty of all five obstruction and trespassing charges Tuesday.
During last month’s search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, a federal judge announced that she would release a detailed list of the FBI’s items, allowing us to understand better what documents might be among the seized materials.