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Meta considers Trump’s Facebook account

Meta executive Nick Clegg says he will make the final decision on reinstating Donald Trump’s Facebook account when his suspension from the social media platform ends next year.

Clegg, the company’s head of global affairs, said at an event in Washington DC that allowing the one-term president to potentially return to Facebook is “a decision that I oversee and direct.”

Graeme Massie have the details:


Biden preparing for Florida rally

Joe Biden will hold a rally in Florida next week in an effort to gain momentum ahead of the upcoming 2024 presidential election.

Donald Trump or state governor Ron DeSantis. are inclined to run.

Biden missed the state by three points in 2020.


Trump was called the ‘Orange Jesus’ on January 6

Liz Cheney said a House Republican who opposed the 2020 presidential election results called former President Donald Trump the “orange Jesus” in the hours before Jan.


Capitol destroyer sentenced to four years in prison

A Capitol Hill protester who dressed up as Adolf Hitler in January — and whose case was championed by former President Donald Trump — was sentenced to four years in federal prison for taking part in the attack.

Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, 32, of New Jersey, is a former Army reservist who was convicted in May after trying — and failing — to convince a jury he didn’t know Congress was in session on Capitol Hill.


Remembering Trump’s Immigration Policies

Following Donald Trump’s most recent comments about disproportionate immigrants if he runs for president in 2024 and wins, here’s a reminder of what happened when his administration separated children arriving at the southern border from their families.

Speaking at the opening of a regular session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva in 2018, a senior UN human rights official said the Trump administration’s policy was “inconceivable”.

“The idea that any state would try to dissuade parents by inflicting such abuse on children is inconceivable,” Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein said at the time.


Declassified documents reveal exposure to Nixon radiation in 1976

Recently declassified documents revealed that former President Richard Nixon and his wife Pat were exposed to radiation during their visit to the Soviet Union in July 1959 during the Cold War.

The State Department was made aware of the incident 17 years later, in 1976, when a member of Nixon’s secret service team, James Golden, revealed that detection equipment known as Radiac Dosimeters had “measured significant levels of radiation” in and around the area. around the vice president’s bedrooms. at Casa Spaso.

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar reports:


Trump made satellite image threat to Taliban co-founder

Donald Tump claimed that during his negotiations with the Taliban as US president, he used a satellite image of a Taliban leader’s home to threaten the terrorist group.

The small – but revealing detail – came in an extensive interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News this week.

Trump said he gave Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar a satellite image of his home as a thinly veiled warning amid conversations with the designated terrorist group that eventually led to the withdrawal and takeover of Afghanistan.


EXPLANATOR: Declassification in focus during Trump investigation

Donald Trump has made some very surprising claims about his alleged authority to declassify documents that were found by FBI agents in Mar-a-Lago.

But notably, his lawyers have not followed up and made that claim in legal documents on his behalf, showing the dysfunction that defines Trump’s internal team and legal counsel.

Let’s take a look at what a president can actually disqualify – and what that has to do with a former president who has left office.

Read more at The Independent:


The NY investigation found potential crimes. Why isn’t Trump handcuffed?

The New York attorney general is not arresting former President Donald Trump, though she says her three-year investigation uncovered potential crimes in the way he ran his real estate empire.

Read the full Associated Press story here:


Five key findings from New York’s $250 million lawsuit against Trump and what it means for 2024

New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a massive civil lawsuit on Wednesday accusing Donald Trump and his adult children of artificially inflating the value of various business entities. The suit is aimed at preventing them from doing business in the state of New York, where the family built their bones for decades.

The extent and details of Trump’s actions, with the help of Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg, were not known until now.

Eric Garcia details the key takeaways from this new effort by state officials in New York to hold Trump accountable for longstanding fraud allegations.

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