Worries about a draconian police response during President Donald Trump’s 2020 RNC convention speech in Florida resulted in a new lawsuit, The Florida Times-Union reported Friday. “The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office’s arrests on May 31, the first Sunday of protests, were illegal, violent and unconstitutional, a new federal lawsuit argues. The lawsuit, filed Friday by four [
According to a report from the Daily Beast, a judge has tossed an application by President Trump’s brother to block the publication of his niece’s book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man. “Queens County Surrogate Court Judge Peter Kelly cited ‘several improprieties’ in Robert Trump’s filing that [
The National Guard has stepped in to remove protesters who blocked access roads at Mount Rushmore Friday night ahead of President Trump’s arrival. The demonstrators, mainly Native Americans, are protesting that South Dakota’s Black Hills — where Mount Rushmore stands — had been taken from the Lakota people against treaty agreements. Authorities eventually cleared out
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Protesters blocked a road leading up to Mt. Rushmore Friday evening, ahead of President Trump's Fourth of July fireworks event. According to local news outlets, about 150 demonstrators began gathering several hours ago and removed wheels from their vehicles to make it harder to remove them. Local authorities and National
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A Queens County Surrogate Court Judge cited “several improprieties” in Robert Trump’s attempt to block niece Mary’s tell-all, slated to be published this month.
One of Donald Trump’s brothers requested a restraining order to block publication of a potentially explosive book written by the US president’s niece, The New York Times reported Tuesday. Mary Trump will release her no-holds-barred memoir “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” on July 28, according to [
Marc Lotter, Director of Communications for President Trump's campaign, defended the president's tweets on protesters ahead of his rally in Oklahoma, claiming "the president supports peaceful protests" but violence "would be handled appropriately."
Tribal leaders in South Dakota plan to protest President Trump’s appearance Friday at a massive fireworks display at Mount Rushmore, arguing that the event could worsen the state’s coronavirus outbreak and violates indigenous Americans’ claims to the Black Hills.
According to a report from CNN, Judge Royce Lamberth of the US DC District Court denied Donald Trump’s attempt to stop the release of former aide John Bolton’s book. On Friday, the judge did not make a ruling but noted that “It certainly looks difficult to me as to what I can do about those [
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