Lawyers for the former president and the special counsel team argued before a federal appeals court about the scope of a gag order lodged against him. The court gave no timetable for a ruling.
The former president's lawyers are arguing that the Justice Department is criminalizing "core political speech" protected by the First Amendment and selectively targeting him for prosecution.
Prosecutors said the former president should not enjoy blanket immunity from criminal prosecution in the federal election interference case against him.
Former President Donald Trump is likely facing a third indictment and maybe a fourth. Fewer Republicans are saying Trump did "nothing wrong," the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds.
A new defendant was also added the indictment against Trump and his aide Walt Nauta. Carlos de Oliveira was added to the obstruction conspiracy charged in the original indictment.
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Speaker Kevin McCarthy, who was elected to the post with Trump's support after 15 contentious rounds of votes, said House Republicans will get to the bottom of the investigation into Trump.
The notice from the Department of Justice gives Trump's lawyers a chance to argue against indictment. People who receive target letters are usually indicted, but not always.
Investigators found Trump's appointee at the U.S. Agency for Global Media repeatedly abused his power. "It just takes one's breath away," says David Seide, a lawyer who represented whistleblowers.
The former president is pledging to wage war against Mexico's drug cartels if reelected in 2024. His plan includes pushing Congress to institute the death penalty for drug dealers and smugglers.
The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities will advise the president on cultural policy, and members were chosen due to their "serious commitment to the arts and humanities."
Former President Donald Trump's lawyer Jim Trusty expects his legal team to fight to dismiss the case.
The fast-moving revelations have placed the president under the investigation of a special counsel and ignited Republican criticism. The White House said on Saturday that more documents were found.
U.S. executives and billionaire investors are mingling and making deals at a conference nicknamed "Davos in the Desert," even as the White House reevaluates relations with Saudi Arabia.
It is an about-face for the tech giant, which had blocked Trump's social media app from Google Play, its app store, over content that can incite violence.