Lara Trump says it would be ‘nicer’ for Ron DeSantis to stay out of 2024 presidential election

As Donald Trump looks set to announce his much-anticipated 2024 presidential race tonight, former Vice President Mike Pence has said the United States will have “better choices going forward” than the former President.

In a recently published interview with ABC, Mr Pence said he would give “praying consideration” to launching his own White House bid in 2024.

Mr. Trump continues to amp up his supporters in anticipation of the announcement, writing on Truth Social that “Hopefully tomorrow will be one of the most important days in our country’s history!”

He is expected to make the announcement at 9 p.m. EST today at Mar-a-Lago in Florida, seeking to draw attention to disappointing midterm losses that have been seen by many as signs that his grip on the Republican Party is shrinking.

It comes as the twice-impeached president failed to stand for a nomination to testify before the House Congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.


Trump shares demon god and child sacrifice plots hours before 2024 announcement

Donald Trump appears to be openly courting conspiracy theorists as he seeks support ahead of his planned announcement for the 2024 presidential campaign.

“Let’s hope that TODAY will be one of the most important days in the history of our country!” Mr. Trump wrote on Truth Social in the early hours of Tuesday just hours after reposting an image shared by a user on the platform called “God_Bless_Trump” who posted a warning about taking on demon gods.

The image was split in two, with one side showing Mr Trump with the caption “We love you, President Trump!” God bless you!” while the other side consisted of a block of text outlining wild conspiracy theories regarding why Mr. Trump was running for president.

The image said Mr Trump was running for the highest office in the land despite having ‘everything’ because ‘maybe he couldn’t bear the thought of mass murder happening to satisfy Moloch ” – a reference to an ancient child-sacrificing god, The daily beast Noted.

“Maybe he couldn’t stand the thought of children being kidnapped, drugged and raped while world leaders/law enforcement turn a blind eye,” the image said, conveying tropes without foundation of the QAnon conspiracy theory regarding a satanic global child sex trafficking ring.

Gustaf KilanderNovember 15, 2022 3:55 p.m.


When does Trump make his announcement?

After repeatedly hinting that he would make a third run for president as he campaigned for Republican candidates – many of whom had disappointing midterm results – Donald Trump confirmed last Thursday that he would a “special announcement”.

The strategy was widely criticized by Republicans, with growing reports that party leaders unsuccessfully pleaded with Mr. Trump to delay the announcement.

Still, Mr. Trump plans to follow through on his plans in a primetime announcement on Tuesday.

Andrew NaughtyNovember 15, 2022 3:30 p.m.


NY Post embarrasses Trump again with ‘begging’ report

The New York PostDonald Trump’s description as ‘Trumpty Dumpty’ last week was red flag for a bull, with the former president furious to see his favorite local newspaper turn on him yet again. And ahead of his likely presidential announcement, the Murdoch-owned tabloid has now unleashed another unedifying story, this one claiming that Mr Trump has been reduced to “begging” his own daughter Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, to appear on stage with him. at tonight’s event.

The newspaper quotes “an insider”:

“Trump thought he could convince Ivanka this weekend to come back and campaign for him because she was the most requested speaker after the president himself last time…but so far she is resisting to his pleas and hold on, just like Jared… They both feel they’ve been burned in Washington and don’t want to go back and expose themselves and their children to another bitter campaign.

Andrew Naughty15 November 2022 15:00


Trump shares sycophant DeSantis baby announcement

As he continues his campaign to delegitimize and embarrass upstart Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Donald Trump has shared an old ad doing the rounds in which his would-be 2024 rival is shown teaching his toddler the alleged greatness of the former president:

Andrew NaughtyNovember 15, 2022 2:30 p.m.


Pence: GOP will have ‘better choices’ than Trump for 2024

“I think we’ll have better choices in the future,” he told ABC News. “People in this country get along pretty well once you get out of politics. And I think they want to see their national leader start reflecting the same – that same compassion and generosity of spirit.

He added: “And I think, so in the days to come, I think there will be better choices.”

Mr Pence has acknowledged he is considering his own 2024 bid, although he has made it clear he has not yet committed to it. During the midterm election cycle, he campaigned with several GOP candidates as they faced off against primary challengers endorsed by his former boss.

Andrew NaughtyNovember 15, 2022 2:00 p.m.


Trump blames McConnell for midterm flop

Donald Trump sought to escape blame for his party’s poor performance in the 2022 midterms on Sunday and stepped up his racist attacks on the wife of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, his former Transportation Secretary Elaine chao.

The latest attack came in the form of another “truth” from Mr Trump’s Truth Social platform, and followed a dismal performance by the Republican Party in its bid to take over both the House and Senate.

Olivier O’ConnellNovember 15, 2022 1:30 p.m.


DoJ slams Trump’s ‘baseless’ claim that records seized at Mar-a-Lago are ‘personal’

Prosecutors for the Justice Department’s National Security Division have aggressively pushed back against former President Donald Trump’s claim that unclassified White House records seized in the Aug. 8 search of his home of Palm Beach, Florida, had been designated “personal” records due to their withdrawal from the White House.

The new salvo was made in a filing before the New York judge charged with determining whether any of the documents are protected by legal privileges.

Andrew Feinberg has the details.

Andrew NaughtyNovember 15, 2022 1:00 p.m.


Pelosi says ‘disgusting’ GOP reaction to her husband’s attack may have swayed voters

Some Americans may have voted for Democrats to retain at least one chamber of Congress simply because of the growing ugliness of the conservative political movement, Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested on Sunday.

Olivier O’ConnellNovember 15, 2022 12:30 p.m.


Jan. 6 panel to ‘evaluate next steps’ after Trump overturns subpoena

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riots said Donald Trump was hiding from the probe and the panel was weighing its options after failing to comply with a subpoena asking him to appear for a closed-door deposition on Monday.

“Even though the former president initially suggested he would testify before the committee, he has since filed a lawsuit asking the courts to restrain him from testifying,” committee chair Bennie Thompson and vice-president said. -President Liz Cheney, in a statement.

“The truth is that Donald Trump, like many of his closest allies, is hiding from the select committee’s investigation and refusing to do what over a thousand other witnesses have done.”

On Friday, Mr. Trump asked a Florida court to block the execution of the subpoena that asked him to turn over any communication records he may have had relating to extremist groups involved in riots.

He asked her to appear for a deposition on November 14.

“Donald Trump orchestrated a scheme to cancel a presidential election and block the transfer of power. He is obligated to provide answers to the American people,” Ms. Thompson and Ms. Cheney said in their joint statement.

“In the coming days, the committee will assess the next steps in the litigation and regarding the former president’s non-compliance.”

Shweta SharmaNovember 15, 2022 12:00


Poll: DeSantis seven points ahead of Trump for 2024 primary

Mr Trump is expected to announce he is running for the White House again this week as Republicans come to an end with a poor midterm election result that massively underperformed their expectations.

Olivier O’ConnellNovember 15, 2022 11:30 am