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Get ready – the first book after Trump’s presidency is on the way

Get ready – the first book after Trump’s presidency is on the way

We knew it would happen, and the wait will be over soon. Former President Donald Trump publishes his first book after the presidency. The book will be titled "Our Journey Together" and will feature more than 300 official photos of the White House. Donald Trump Jr. said of his father's latest book, "My father chose every photo in this book and wrote all the captions, including some by hand." Trump is planning a picture book after the presidency: Don Jr. tells Axios: "My father chose every photo in this book, wrote all the captions,...

Trump’s latest toxic grudge is even dumber than usual

Trump’s latest toxic grudge is even dumber than usual

But I'm not here to argue the 2016 election again. I've tried to keep those awful memories at bay with the judicious distribution of legal Oregon products and the strategic deployment of a series of increasingly septic roofing nails into my now beleaguered Betty Crocker occipital lobe meatloaf. It worked well, in case you're wondering. And yet I'm occasionally reminded that we (and by "we" I mean a bunch of other bastards) chose this man - a man whose pettiness is clearly boundless. The final proof? Trump is apparently trying to end the political...

Republicans after Jan.  6 Flirting With Reality Likely Succumbed To Trump’s Third Party Threat

Republicans after Jan. 6 Flirting With Reality Likely Succumbed To Trump’s Third Party Threat

This isn't the first time we've seen reports of Trump threatening to leave the party and start a so-called "Patriot Party." Earlier this year, The Washington Post reported that Trump had told associates he was keeping the prospect of a third party over the heads of GOP lawmakers so they wouldn't vote to convict him in February's impeachment trial. Trump later dismissed the third-party threat as "fake news." Where the truth lies with all things Trump is always murky, but whether Trump actually uttered such a threat doesn't matter. In fact, since closing a...

Trump’s Social Media Venture Given 30-Day Deadline To Stop Violating Software License

Trump’s Social Media Venture Given 30-Day Deadline To Stop Violating Software License

Donald Trump’s Truth Social media venture has been given a 30-day deadline to stop violating the license of the codebase program the former president’s operation apparently lifted.“We sent a formal letter to Truth Social’s chief legal officer, requesting the source code to be made publicly available in compliance with the license,” said a statement from the developers of the open-source software Mastodon.“So-called” Truth Social has “30 days to comply or the license may be permanently revoked” on Nov. 26, the statement said. Trump’s company was warned Wednesday.In a dig at the former president, the...

Donald Trump’s Need for Hollywood Acceptance Is the Only Reason Ivanka Isn’t President of the World Bank

Donald Trump’s Need for Hollywood Acceptance Is the Only Reason Ivanka Isn’t President of the World Bank

According to Grim and Ufberg, a source tells them that World Bank President Ivanka Trump “came incredibly close to happening.” Part of the president's disgraced presentation was Ivanka's previous two years of experience working "closely with World Bank leadership" on her failed Women's Global Development and Prosperity Initiative (W-GDP). Ivanka's failure of a crowning achievement came after he was publicly shamed for doing it something all which at least made her appear to be a prolific member of the public service. That W-BBP was the program the Trump administration used as a public relations...

Top allies of Trump’s violent insurgency ignore Congressional subpoenas.  imprison them

Top allies of Trump’s violent insurgency ignore Congressional subpoenas. imprison them

Trump gathered the crowd with the explicit purpose of disrupting the election. Who helped him with that? Today is the deadline for four of Donald Trump's most infamous mushrooms to submit documents to the House special committee investigating the January 6 insurgency. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, assistant Dan Scavino, professional gray bum Steve Bannon and determined remora Kash Patel have all vowed to ignore their subpoenas from the commission; Trump himself has insisted that they do so, claiming as an ex-president he has an "executive privilege" to block their testimony that is not...

Trump’s Reflexive Corruption in 2016 Led to His Fall from the Forbes 400 List

Trump’s Reflexive Corruption in 2016 Led to His Fall from the Forbes 400 List

Forbes: Five years ago, he had a golden opportunity to diversify his fortune. Fresh off the 2016 election, federal ethics officials urged Trump to sell his real estate assets. That would have enabled him to reinvest the proceeds in broad index funds and take office without a conflict of interest. Trump decided to hold onto his assets. At the time, they were estimated to be worth $3.5 billion, net of debt. If he had chosen to sell everything instead, chances are he would have had to pay significant capital gains taxes. Trump acquired his...

Closer analysis suggests Giuliani-Powell’s press conference was the start of Trump’s uprising

Closer analysis suggests Giuliani-Powell’s press conference was the start of Trump’s uprising

Consider the evidence from the published record that already indicated that Trump knew he had lost sometime in November. In February, The New York Times reported that as early as Nov. 12, Trump knew there was no hope of winning enough legal challenges to undo Biden's lead. In February, William Saletan of Slate put together a series of articles that pushed that date back even further. Specifically, Trump probably knew as early as the weekend of November 7 that his presidency was on life support. We can now put together a timeline of events...

Joe Biden’s Blunt Reaction To Trump’s White House ‘Toys’ Detailed In New Book

Joe Biden’s Blunt Reaction To Trump’s White House ‘Toys’ Detailed In New Book

President Joe Biden wasn’t impressed by the remnants of White House life left behind by Donald Trump when he explored the residence after the inauguration, according to Peril, the new book by Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.  “Trump’s existence permeated the White House, even the residence,” they wrote, per an excerpt cited by ABC News. “One night, Biden wandered into a room where a huge video screen covered the wall. To relax, Trump used to upload programs to virtually play the world’s most famous golf courses.” Biden’s reaction to the former...

New details on Trump’s coup attempt show ‘a nerve-wracking plausible path to steal the election’

New details on Trump’s coup attempt show ‘a nerve-wracking plausible path to steal the election’

Oh, Trump didn't come up with a rigorous plan of his own. Then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows played a key role, as Kerry Eleveld suggested Thursday and Hayes similarly argued. Meadows introduced Trump to Jeffrey Clark, the Justice Department official who drafted letters trying to get state officials to undo the elections in their state, letters that Jeffrey Rosen and Richard Donoghue, then acting attorney general and acting deputy attorney, General, refused to send. After they refused, they had to fight for their jobs when Trump considered making Clark the acting attorney...

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