Trump news today: Kanye West describes Mar-a-Lago shouting match as E Jean Carroll files new rape lawsuit

Kanye West releases 2024 campaign video after meeting with Trump

Disgraced rapper and anti-Semite Kanye West has continued to describe his visit to Mar-a-Lago this weekend, claiming that Donald Trump shouted at him in response to a suggestion that the former president join Mr West as candidate in a third party. presidential ticket in 2024.

The erratic Mr West claims to be running for president again after a sometimes unsettling quasi-campaign flamed out in 2020. He was apparently accompanied to Mr Trump’s residence by notorious far-right racist troll Nick Fuentes, who he says was “impressed ” their host.

Meanwhile, Trump faces another lawsuit from author E Jean Carroll, who accuses him of raping her in a New York department store in the 1990s.

Taking advantage of a new state law that takes effect today, Ms. Carroll is suing Trump for rape and sexual assault and defamation over recent comments he made, calling her a “con job” and accusing her of lie about his claims.

And on another front, the Justice Department is reportedly seeking to question Mike Pence as part of its ongoing investigation into the Jan. 6 and Donald Trump months-long effort to overturn the 2020 election.


Kanye West says he asked Donald Trump to be his running mate in 2024

Kanye West revealed that he has asked former US President Donald Trump to be his “candidate” for the 2024 presidential election.

In a tweet shared Wednesday, the 45-year-old rapper said he was visiting Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort for the first time and made the request during a meeting with the former president.

Sir. West famously met with Mr Trump in the Oval Office during his presidency and also at Trump Tower in New York during the 2016 election.

“What are you thinking [Trump’s] the answer was when I asked him to be my running mate in 2024?” Ye, who is running for office in 2020, asked.

Andrew NaughtieNovember 25, 2022 11:20 am


Musk says he’s giving ‘amnesty’ to suspended Twitter accounts

Elon Musk says he will start granting “amnesty” to banned Twitter accounts next week, as his reign at the company has seen it plummet in value while content moderation has virtually disappeared.

The controversial CEO made the latest decision after it won a Twitter poll on his feed; the spur-of-the-moment announcement comes as advertisers have fled the platform in droves.

John BowdenNovember 25, 2022 10:20 am


MSNBC reporter launches blistering takedown of Kari Lake’s ‘Trumpism’ after losing Arizona gubernatorial election

A reporter with MSNBC addressed all of Kari Lake’s mini-scandals during a live shoot after the Arizona Republican was declared the loser of the state’s gubernatorial race.

Ms Lake earned the ire of journalists by singling out reporters at press conferences for taunts as they tried to do their jobs; she also often repeated Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election.

Watch the clip below and read more Johanna Chisholm:

John Bowden25 November 2022 09:20


Lara Trump issues dark warning to DeSantis over 2024 primary

Lara Trump has issued a dark warning to Florida’s Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, saying it would be “better” for him to stay out of the 2024 race for the GOP presidential nomination.

Seeing Mr. DeSantis as his chief rival within the party, Donald Trump and his allies have sought to sideline him, often citing his 2018 endorsement of Mr. DeSantis when he first ran for Florida governor.

Read more from Gustaf Kilander:

John Bowden25 November 2022 08:20


Pro-Trump conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell asks Elon Musk to contact him as he remains banned from Twitter

Pillow purveyor and 2020 conspiracy mogul Mike Lindell publicly appealed to Elon Musk this week to have his Twitter account reinstated.

In a broadcast as part of his “Lindell TV” program on a right-wing streaming site, he urged Mr Musk to contact him and claimed the billionaire Tesla founder was ignoring him.

Read more about his increasingly desperate antics in The Independent:

John Bowden25 November 2022 07:20


Kanye West posts video about Mar-a-Lago visit

Rapper Ye, better known as Kanye West, posted a video late Thursday night recorded after his visit with Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago.

In the video, West described why he went to the former president’s residence with Nick Fuentes, a notorious white nationalist whom he described as someone Mr. Trump respected.

And he said Mr Trump shouted at him and told the rapper his 2024 run was a mistake.

John Bowden25 November 2022 06:20


GOP megadonor splits with Trump: Time for ‘new generation of leaders’

An influential conservative donor has announced he is not endorsing Donald Trump for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, a stance that shows how deep the GOP’s rifts can run after last week’s midterms.

In terms of overall monetary support, the hit to Trump’s campaign finances will be minimal. But there is a larger meaning at play here; the announcement from a major GOP donor came the morning after Mr. Trump officially entered the 2024 presidential race.

John Bowden looking at the growing GOP fractures too The Independent:

John Bowden25 November 2022 05:20


The rise of the ‘crazy caucus’: All the ways the GOP could upend the US now that they’ve won the House

How bad can it get for the US now that the Republicans will – as expected – take control of the House of Representatives in January after the midterm elections?

The Independent’s Andrew Feinberg explored all the ways the GOP, with a far-right faction feeling increasingly emboldened by their ability to hijack the party’s agenda, could chew up the job and cause two years of headaches for Joe Biden.

John Bowden25 November 2022 04:20


Trump accused of “stealing” from Herschel Walker’s campaign with misleading fundraising emails

Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker’s campaign has accused Republicans, including former President Donald Trump, of “misleading” fundraising.

Scott Paradise, Mr. Walker’s campaign manager, called Republicans who announced fundraising for Mr. Walker and urged them to share more of the money, NBC News reported.

Read more from Erik Garcia in The Independent:

John Bowden25 November 2022 03:20


Georgia ban on voting Saturday ahead of Warnock-Walker vote would ‘irreparably harm’ voters, judge rules

Raphael Warnock’s campaign won a landmark court case last week against a state law that bans early in-person voting on the Saturday after a holiday, allowing voters to go back to the polls the weekend after Thanksgiving.

Senator Warnock remains in a nail-biter against Herschel Waklker, a former pro football player turned Trump acolyte and GOP candidate for the US Senate. Should Mr Warnock win, the Democrats will extend their majority by one seat in the upper house in a final refutation of the “red wave” predicted by Republicans this year.

John BowdenNovember 25, 2022 02:20

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