• Trump waives right to speedy Georgia trial in similar efforts to other cases
    According to Georgia law, any defendant who files a demand for a speedy trial has a right for it to begin within the court term when the demand is filed or in the next court term.
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    Sep 13
  • Donald Trump pleads not guilty in Georgia election case
    Donald Trump and 18 others were charged earlier this month in a 41-count indictment that outlines an alleged scheme to subvert the will of Georgia voters.
    U.S. News
    Aug 31
  • Twitter was ordered to give records of Trump’s account as part of Jan. 6 probe
    Special counsel Jack Smith's team obtained a search warrant in January for records related to former President Donald Trump's Twitter account.
    U.S. News
    Aug 9
  • Trump, others indicted in Georgia over alleged election interference
    The investigation into whether Trump and his allies broke state election laws began after Trump urged Georgia's secretary of state to 'find' enough votes to overturn his 2020 loss.
    U.S. News
    Aug 14
  • Why U.S. broadcasters are pushing to televise Trump’s trials
    Trump's own lawyer has said he would welcome live coverage and a group of Democrats in Congress also wants cameras allowed at the D.C. trial and the one playing out in Florida.
    U.S. News
    Aug 11
  • McCarthy gets Biden impeachment inquiry support, but faces hurdles to avoid shutdown
    McCarthy opened and closed a private meeting Wednesday of House Republicans justifying his reasoning for the inquiry sought by former president Donald Trump.
    U.S. News
    Sep 13
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  • Prosecutors seek January trial date for Trump 2020 election case
    The date is just under two weeks before the first votes are set to be cast in the Republican presidential race, with Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucuses scheduled for Jan. 15.
    U.S. News
    Aug 10
  • Donald Trump lawyers oppose request over Jan. 6 riot evidence
    Lawyers for Donald Trump have opposed a request from the U.S. Justice Department to limit what the former president shares publicly related to the 2020 election case.
    Aug 7
  • U.S. judge sets date for hearing on Jan. 6 riot evidence in Trump 2020 case
    Trump's attorneys said limits would infringe on his right to free speech, protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
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    Aug 8
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  • Trump pleads not guilty to charges of trying to overturn 2020 election
    The indictment handed down by a special grand jury in Washington marks the third time this year Donald Trump has been hit with criminal charges.
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    Aug 3
  • Donald Trump could be indicted soon in Georgia. What to know
    Fani Willis has strongly hinted that any indictment would come between July 31 and Aug. 18. One of two grand juries seated July 11 is expected to hear the case.
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    Jul 31
  • Canada has ‘game plan’ if U.S. takes authoritarian shift after 2024 election: Joly
    Joly drew an analogy to her government's experience working with former president Donald Trump's administration, which sought to limit long-established trade in crucial sectors.
    Aug 17
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  • U.S. election workers, still facing harassment, welcome Georgia indictment
    The indictment against Donald Trump and 18 of his allies marks the highest-profile effort yet to hold people accountable for targeting state or local election officials.
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    Aug 16
  • Trump says he’s a target of probe into 2020 election overturn efforts
    Donald Trump said he has been informed that he is a target of the Justice Department's investigation into efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.
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    Jul 18
  • Donald Trump seeks to delay trial in Mar-a-Lago documents case
    Prosecutors had already asked District Judge Aileen Cannon for a delay until Dec. 11, from an initial date of Aug. 14, so as to give both sides more time to prepare.
    U.S. News
    Jul 11
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  • Trump’s effort to stop Georgia election probe blocked by top state court
    The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously shot down a petition that former president Donald Trump’s attorneys filed last week asking the court to intervene.
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    Jul 17
  • New audio emerges with details of Trump’s 2021 conversation about classified documents
    Trump pleaded not guilty earlier this month to 37 counts related to the alleged mishandling of classified documents kept at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
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    Jun 27
  • Ex-Trump advisor Peter Navarro convicted on contempt of Congress charges
    The verdict came after a short trial for Navarro, who served as a White House trade adviser under Trump and later promoted baseless claims of mass voter fraud in the 2020 election.
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    Sep 7
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  • Zelenskyy set to visit Washington as U.S. debates continuing Ukraine aid
    Zelenskyy's trip comes as Congress is debating Joe Biden's request to provide at least US$21 billion in military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine as it fights the Russian invasion.
    Sep 14
  • Trump’s trial in Georgia election case won’t be in October, judge rules
    Judge Scott McAfee granted in part Trump and others' motions to sever their cases from two co-defendants facing trial in October, but did not set any future trial dates.
    U.S. News
    Sep 14
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