Donald Trump seems quite panicked about spending his twilight years behind bars


Ivanka Trump has not been charged with wrongdoing, and in response to news of the widening of the investigations, she angrily tweeted, “This is outright harassment. This New York Democrats-led “survey” is motivated 100% by politics, publicity and rage. They know very well that there is nothing here and that there has been no tax benefit. These politicians are simply ruthless. The Trump organization, meanwhile, was indicted in July with conspiracy, fraud scheme and several counts of tax evasion and falsification of records. The company, like its longtime CFO, Allen Weisselberg, pleaded not guilty. Earlier this week, a lawyer for Weisselberg said there was “good reason to believe that there may be more indictments to come.”

In a statement released on Tuesday, Times noted “Donald Trump’s tax newspaper coverage has helped educate the public through meticulous reporting on a topic of major public interest. This lawsuit is an attempt to silence independent news agencies and we plan to vigorously defend against it. On Twitter, Craig wrote, “I knocked on Mary Trump’s door. She opened it. I think they call it journalism. Mary Trump’s lawyer Théodore J. Boutrous Jr. noted in a statement: “This is the latest in a long line of frivolous Donald Trump lawsuits that target truthful speech and important journalism on matters of public interest.” It is doomed to failure like the rest of its baseless efforts to curb freedom of speech and of the press.

For her part, Mary Trump told the Daily Beast about her uncle: “I think he’s a fucking loser, and he’s going to throw everything against the wall he can. It is despair. The walls close and he throws everything against the wall that could stick. As always with Donald, he will try to change the subject.

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Meanwhile in Florida

A Republican lawmaker looked at the Texas abortion bill and decided it wasn’t extreme enough. Through CNN:

A Florida State Republican lawmaker on Wednesday introduced a bill inspired by a tough Texas law banning abortions after six weeks, prompting condemnation from abortion rights supporters who fear such legislation could will soon be introduced in other states. House Bill 167 was tabled by the representative of the State of Florida. Webster Barnabas. The bill, like the Texas law, contains a procedural provision that allows individuals to sue physicians who perform abortions after six weeks as well as anyone who “knowingly engages in conduct that aids or encourages performing or inducing an abortion. Florida law, like Texas law, also provides for remedies and damages.

Notably, the Florida bill allows lawsuits for up to six years after an abortion has been performed in violation of the law, while supporters of the Texas law say the measure creates a window of four years to prosecute. Additionally, the way HB 167 is worded makes it extremely difficult to challenge the ban until it goes into effect, and even then there are high hurdles.


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