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Former President Donald Trump has approved Dr. Mehmet Oz to represent Pennsylvania in the US Senate, angering a number of prominent Republicans.

“I have known Dr. Oz for many years, as well as many others, if only through his very successful television show,” Mr Trump said on Saturday. “He has lived with us across the screen and has always been popular, respected and smart.”

The announcement outraged many conservatives, including a previous Trump-backed candidate for the post.

“I have great respect for President Trump,” tweeted Sean Parnell, who dropped out of the race in November. “It simply came to our notice then. Oz is the opposite of everything that made Trump the best president of my life – he is the most distant thing from America in the first place and would be very bad for the PA. “

The US State Department, meanwhile, says Donald Trump and other White House officials have left office without providing a record of gifts they have received from foreign governments.

And while investigators continue to investigate the Capitol riot in 2021, a prominent MAGA activist said he would speak. Ali Alexander, the organizer of several “Stop the Theft” rallies protesting the 2020 elections, will co-operate in the January 6th uprising’s investigation into the Justice Ministry’s uprising, his lawyer said.

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A Canadian billionaire has fined $ 975,000 for an illegal donation of $ 1.75 million to the Trump Fund

Canadian steel tycoon must pay “record” fine imposed by Federal Election Commission (FEC) after he was found responsible for directing nearly $ 2 million in donations to the super PAC, supporting former President Donald Trump and candidates who are in line with its agenda. .

The FEC announced the decision last week in response to a lawsuit against the businessman filed by the Campaign’s Legal Center in 2019. The initial complaint was based on a report originally published in The New York Times.

Barry Zeckelmann of Zekelman Industries “is involved in the decision-making process of Wheatland Tube to contribute to [America First Action]”, Reads the decision of the FIC.

Shweta Sharma11 April 2022 07:30


Liz Cheney rejects reports of a dispute between the commission on January 6

iz Cheney rejected reports of a January 6 dispute between committee members over Donald Trump’s criminal referral to the Department of Justice, describing the panel as “the only commission cooperating.”

“There’s really no dispute in the committee,” Ms. Cheney told CNN’s Jake Tapper.

“The committee is working really hard together to discuss these issues, because we have all the issues that we are looking at, and we will continue to work together to do that. So I would not define this as a dispute in committee, “she added.

“I am very proud of the bipartisan way we work and I am convinced that we will work to reach an agreement on all the issues we face. So I would not say that it is right to say at the moment that there is a dispute on this issue, “she added.

The commission investigating the riots in the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 consists of seven Democrats and two Republicans.

She said the commission had not yet decided on Mr Trump’s criminal complaint.

Shweta Sharma11 April 2022 06:50


Saudi investors warn against $ 2 billion worth of Jared Kushner investment fund – report

Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser to the former president, has secured a $ 2 billion investment from the Saudi heir to the throne despite fears and objections from fund advisers about the deal, according to a New York Times report.

Previously undisclosed documents show that the Saudi prince’s investment screening committee raised objections to the “inexperience” of Mr. Kushner’s newly formed private investment company, Affinity Partners, and fears that the Saudis own “most of the investment and risk ”.

They also found the company’s operations “unsatisfactory in all respects” and noted the proposed asset management fee, which “seems excessive”.

The prince, who headed the board of his public investment fund, dismissed fears on his cover-up panel, the report said.

Speaking about his relationship with the Saudi Public Investment Fund, a spokesman for Mr Kushner’s firm told the Times: “Affinity, like many other leading investment intermediaries, is proud to have PIF and other leading organizations that have careful criteria for screening as investors ”

Shweta Sharma11 April 2022 05:51


Liz Cheney says the Jan. 6 commission has enough evidence against Trump

Liz Cheney, deputy chair of the Capitol riot committee, said the House committee had enough evidence to prove criminal charges against Donald Trump in what she called an “uprising.”

“It is absolutely clear that what President Trump is doing, what many people around him are doing, they knew was illegal. They did it anyway, “Ms. Cheney told CNN on Sunday.

She said the commission has not yet decided whether to prosecute Mr Trump at the Justice Department, following reports that the commission has enough evidence.

“I think what we’ve seen is a massive and well-organized and well-planned effort that uses a lot of tools to try to cancel the election,” Ms Cheney said.

She said people involved in planning to obstruct the congressional process “know they will try to use violence to stop the transfer of power.”

“This is the definition of rebellion,” she said.

She said the group had “a huge amount of testimonials and documents that I think demonstrate very, very clearly the degree of planning, organization and purpose.”

Shweta Sharma11 April 2022 04:37


The GOP blocked the Senate bill on COVID, requiring a vote on immigration

Republicans blocked Democrats’ attempt to start a Senate debate on a $ 10 billion compromise on COVID-19 on Tuesday, urging him to entangle the bipartisan package with opposition during the election year over immigration restrictions, a politically awkward fight for Democrats.

A day after negotiators from the Democratic Party and the Republican Party reached an agreement to provide money for treatment, vaccines and tests, Democrats’ move to push the measure over the procedural hurdle failed 52-47 on Tuesday. All 50 Republicans opposed the move, leaving Democrats with 13 votes less than the 60 they needed to win.

Nathan Place11 April 2022 04:00


The former Trump employee voted twice in 2016

A former Trump administration official who is now running his own candidacy for Congress in New Hampshire voted in the Republican primary in two different states during Donald Trump’s first election to the post in 2016, the Associated Press reported.

Legal experts say the New Hampshire congressional candidate may have violated federal voting laws.

Nathan Place11 April 2022 03:00


Trump brags as a Republican who voted for his impeachment, withdraws: “4 down and 6 left”

Donald Trump is rejoicing over the retirement of Representative Fred Upton, a Republican who voted to impeach the former president for his role in the January 6 uprising.

UPTON REFUSES! 4 down and 6 left, “the former president said in a statement.” Others are losing hard, who’s next? “

Nathan Place11 April 2022 02:00


Biden jokingly calls Trump “the last man”

President Joe Biden struck his predecessor in the White House, whom he called “the last man” during a speech in Washington.

Speaking at a conference of North American construction unions on Wednesday, Mr Biden called the $ 2 trillion tax cut by the Trump administration “just so outrageous”.

“The last man, what was his name?” Anyway, the last man, “Mr. Biden continued. “I forgot him. He never showed up for office.”

Nathan Place11 April 2022 01:00


Approved by Trump, Dr. Oz urges followers to “surround themselves with people who care”

Recently approved by Donald Trump, Dr. Mehmet Oz encouraged his Twitter followers on Sunday to surround themselves with “people who will elevate you.”

“Surround yourself with people who will elevate you, push you harder and act authentically,” tweeted the TV doctor and recently anointed candidate for the MAGA Senate. “I can do it [sic] all these things for my community. Surround yourself with people who care. Choose people who care. ”

On Saturday, Mr. Trump teased Dr. Oz by supporting him in the Republican primary election for the next senator from Pennsylvania. The announcement outraged many conservatives.

Nathan Place11 April 2022 00:00


A judge allows Trump to keep the golf course in New York

A judge on Friday dismissed New York’s appeal and ruled that the Trump Organization could continue to run a city golf course in the Bronx.

Lawyers for the city say the Capitol riot in 2021 has damaged the Trump brand’s ability to attract professional golfers and tournaments. But Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Judge Debra James said the company was not contractually required to attract professional tournaments.

“There is no ambiguity in the obligation in the agreement that the petitioner is obliged to” operate “[e] a first-class tournament-quality golf course with a daily fee, “said Judge James. “When read in the context of the Agreement as a whole, it is not subject to multiple interpretations.”

Nathan Place10 April 2022, 11:30 p.m.