Trump utmanar Biden till ny debatt

Trump utmanar Biden till ny debatt

Donald Trump vill möta president Biden i en ny debatt ”man mot man”, utan moderatorer. På ett kampanjmöte kommenterade han Bidens svaga insats i deras senaste möte. – Jag erbjuder officiellt Joe chansen att ge sig själv upprättelse inför hela världen.

CNN: Iran planerade att mörda Trump

CNN: Iran planerade att mörda Trump

Tipset ska ha kommit under de senaste veckorna och ska ha fått Secret Service att förstärka säkerheten kring expresidenten, men trots det blev han alltså skjuten och skadades lindrigt under ett tal förra helgen. CNN rapporterar att den nya informationen kommer med fler frågetecken kring hur säkerhetsarbetet runt Trump sett ut. Kanalen rapporterar vidare att det är oklart huruvida Trumps stab informerats om det iranska hotet, och skriver följande i ett svar: ”Vi kommenterar inte detaljer kring säkerheten runt president Trump. Alla frågor skickas vidare till Secret Service.” Slutat med spontana möten Secret Service har enligt CNN varnat Trump för riskerna med att hålla möten utomhus, där det är svårare att garantera säkerheten för honom. Trump har tidigare haft för vana att hålla spontana fråge- och svarstunder, men det ska han ha slutat med efter varningar. Ökat hot från Iran Iran har lovat att hämnas för generalen Qasem Soleimani, som dödades i januari 2020. Soleimani var vid tiden för sin död chef inom Irans revolutionsgardes specialstyrka, och medlemmar från revolutionsgardet åtalades i augusti 2022 för att ha planerat att mörda John Bolton, som agerat rådgivare till Trump. Trumps tidigare utrikesminister Mike Pompeo har också pekats ut som ett mål. De senaste månaderna har USA varit oroliga för hotet från Iran, där de senaste uppgifterna om en komplott mot Trump beskrivs som en betydande eskalering. Iran tillbakavisar Irans beskickning i USA tillbakavisar i sin tur uppgifterna, rapporterar Reuters. Man menar att Donald Trump är en brottsling för att ha godkänt attacken mot Soleimani, men menar att man valt att gå den ”rättsliga vägen istället”.

Oron växer efter Trumps val: "Vår situation mer oviss och obehaglig"

Oron växer efter Trumps val: "Vår situation mer oviss och obehaglig"

Beslutet om att marinkårsveteranen J D Vance blir Donald Trumps vicepresidentkandidat har väckt reaktioner, inte minst i Ukraina. Detta eftersom den 39-årige Ohio senatorn under många års tid kämpat mot USA:s bistånd till Ukraina, skriver Kyiv Post. I ett avsnitt av podcasten War Room, ledd av Trumps tidigare chefsstrateg Steve Bannon, sa J D Vance: ”Jag bryr mig inte riktigt om vad som händer med Ukraina på ett eller annat sätt.” Vance har också argumenterat för att Ukraina måste ge upp territorium, i utbyte mot att Ryssland stoppar sin pågående invasion. "Varje fredsuppgörelse kommer att kräva några betydande territoriella eftergifter från Ukraina, och ni kommer att ha ett fredsavtal, eftersom det är den enda vägen ut ur konflikten," sa Vance till Politico i februari. Väckt kritik också inom partiet Men kritiken kommer inte bara från ukrainskt håll, andra republikaner har också reagerat över den nya kandidaten. En av dem är den tidigare Illinois-representanten Adam Kinzinger. ”De firar i Moskva ikväll”, sa han i The Late Show med Stephen Colbert, i samband med tillkännagivandet av vicepresidentkandidaten. Samtidigt är det många som stöttar Vance, mycket eftersom han håller sig lojal med Trump. – Både Trump och Vance tycker att USA lägger alldeles för mycket pengar på att hjälpa Ukraina. J D Vance blir vald för att han köpt in på Trumps huvudtes om att andra länder får klara sig själva och USA kan inte leka världspolis, säger Andreas Utterström, journalist och expert på amerikansk politik. Och med sig har man ett stort stöd från folket. – Jag tror att det redan finns en allt större skepsis hos USA:s folk mot att hjälpa ett land som befinner sig väldigt långt borta. De flesta amerikaner ser inte Ryssland som ett hot, det är inte som under Kalla kriget längre, säger Andreas Utterström. Oron växer i Ukraina – och Sverige Nu växer oron i Ukraina för att en Trump-vinst i det amerikanska valet ska få allvarliga konsekvenser för Rysslands invasion. – Det har länge funnits en frustration i Ukraina över att här håller vi ryssen stången, vi offrar våra liv och så sitter folk i Washington och vill inte ge oss den hjälp vi behöver för Ukrainas och hela världens bästa, säger Andreas Utterström. Och det är inte bara stödet till Ukraina som Trump har pratat om att minska. Han har även riktat kritik mot Nato, något som kan påverka Sverige. – Vår situation blir mer oviss och framför allt blir den mer obehaglig om USA både minskar stödet till Ukraina och om USA går ur Nato eller kraftigt skär ner sin Nato-budget. Då är det inte längre det Nato vi gick med i, säger Andreas Utterström. Men trots Trumps tydliga kritik mot biståndet till Ukraina, kan man aldrig vara helt säker på var han står. – Trump har ett kort ”attention span” och han kan göra u-svängar. Men han har varit tydlig under lång tid att stödet till Ukraina är orimligt. Han ställer det mot gränssäkerhetsfrågan, gränsen mot Mexiko, säger Andreas Utterström.

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“A Trainwreck Combined With A Dumpster Fire!” Trump vs Biden Reaction

The first US presidential debate was held last night, and for Joe Biden supporters at least, it was a nightmare come to life.

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What to expect from President Trump 2.0

Despite being banned from the ballot paper in two states (so far) and multiple legal hurdles, Donald Trump is the clear favourite to return as the Republican candidate for US president, and opinion polls also give him the edge in a rematch with Joe Biden. Trump has joked about becoming a "dictator" for a day if he wins, and says he would carry out mass deportations – and that’s just the beginning of his plans for a second term.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Guest: David Charter, US Editor, The Times.Host: Manveen Rana.Clips: Sky News, ABC News, New York Post, CBS News, Trump 2024, The Economic Times, Fox News, The 700 Club, CNN, US Network Pool, Forbes, The Benny Show. Read more: Will Donald Trump still run in 2024? The Colorado decision explainedIf Donald Trump becomes US president again, here’s what he’ll doEmail us: storiesofourtimes@thetimes.co.ukFind out more about our bonus series for Times subscribers: 'Inside the newsroom' Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Donald Trump: Dictator in Chief?

The shadow looming over the fourth Republican debate was the party’s most recent president, Donald Trump. But while the other candidates traded blows at one another, Trump was conspicuously absent, instead taking part in a town hall event on Tuesday evening. He raised eyebrows when saying he would only be a dictator on ‘day one’ if elected president. The Americast team chew over Trump’s comments – and the Republican debate – before speaking to GOP candidate Asa Hutchinson, the former governor of Arkansas who’s still in the race for the White House.And, a clip of American university leaders has gone viral after they failed to say explicitly to Congress that calling for the genocide of Jewish people violated their schools code of conduct. The team assesses how we’ve reached this point. HOSTS: • Justin Webb, Radio 4 presenter • Marianna Spring, disinformation and social media correspondent • Anthony Zurcher, North America correspondent GUEST: • Asa Hutchinson, Republican presidential candidate GET IN TOUCH: • Join our online community: https://discord.gg/qSrxqNcmRB • Send us a message or voice note via WhatsApp to +44 330 123 9480 • Email Americast@bbc.co.uk • Or use #Americast Find out more about our award-winning “undercover voters” here: bbc.in/3lFddSF. This episode was made by George Dabby with Alix Pickles, Catherine Fusillo, Claire Betzer and Maia Davies. The technical producer was Mike Regaard. The series producer is George Dabby. The senior news editor is Sam Bonham.

You've Got Mailbag

At the end of every episode of Prosecuting Donald Trump, we ask you to submit your questions and today, we finally have a chance to answer some of them. As we’re all reflecting on the year ahead, Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord answer your questions about 2023’s legal landscape and what’s to come in 2024. 

Will the courts Trump the Donald?

Today, we look at Donald Trump’s disqualification from the Colorado ballot.The state’s Supreme Court has ruled him ineligible because of his actions in the run up to the US Capital riot in 2021. Americast’s Sarah Smith and Justin Webb join to discuss whether this could be the beginning of the end for his 2024 bid.And the departing First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, is in the studio to talk about his political legacy, as well as really liking cheese. You can join our Newscast online community here: https://tinyurl.com/newscastcommunityhere Newscast brings you daily analysis of the latest political news stories from the BBC. It was presented by Adam Fleming. It was made by Chris Flynn with Gemma Roper, Sam McLaren and Joe Wilkinson. The technical producer was Matt Dean. The senior news editors are Jonathan Aspinwall and Sam Bonham.

Disqualified in Colorado

For the first time in history, the 14th Amendment has been used to disqualify a presidential candidate from running for office. In this special breaking news episode, MSNBC legal analysts Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord react to the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to disqualify former president Donald Trump from the state’s 2024 presidential ballot under the Constitution's insurrection clause. Andrew and Mary discuss what the court’s decision means and the potential fallout. Note: Trump’s legal team intends to appeal the decision. 

BONUS: The Full Presidential Immunity Hearing

Former President Donald Trump appeared in federal court Tuesday morning as his lawyers argued that he is immune from prosecution on charges to overturn the 2020 election. Listen to the full hearing here. 

Is America about to give Donald Trump a second chance? Dispatch from the Deep South

Emily reports from Georgia, the eye of the Donald Trump legal storm, where he was caught on tape trying to get an election official to 'find' him more votes to win the 2020 election. A year out from 2024, is this purple state closer to staying blue or turning MAGA red? The latter could tip the election in Trump's favour. And we cross state lines to the hometown of the woman who could capitalise should a jail cell call for the Donald. Nikki Haley. Could she prove to be the Republican nominee come election day?And...Jon is in Paris, France- and he's nabbed the Mayor of Detroit - Mike Duggan. Don't ask how. He talks to the man in charge of a crucial blue city in a crucial swing state. Editor & Field Producer: Gabriel RadusVideo Producer: Rory SymonYou can listen to this episode on Alexa - just say "Alexa, ask Global Player to play The News Agents USA".

DC Drama

Former president Donald Trump renewed his efforts to delay the DC election subversion case by asking for a halt in all proceedings while his appeal on presidential immunity moves through the courts. Meanwhile, Special Counsel Jack Smith is pushing to keep the trial on schedule by bringing the issue before the Supreme Court. MSNBC legal analysts Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord break down Smith’s strategy and what this could mean for the former president’s other criminal cases. Plus, they discuss news out of Wisconsin where ten fake Donald Trump electors settled a civil lawsuit admitting their actions were part of an effort to overturn the 2020 election.

Immunity Denied

In what could be his most consequential legal defeat yet, a federal judge rejects Donald Trump’s claims of presidential immunity in his 2020 election case. MSNBC legal analysts Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord break down what this – and a similar ruling in a parallel civil case --could mean for the ex-president. Plus, they'll talk GA where Trump’s lawyers say he shouldn’t be tried until 2029 if he wins next year’s election.

Bunker USA: The 5 key Donald Trump dramas you need to focus on

Donald Trump is never out of trouble. And it’s hard to keep up with his latest wrongdoing. Jacob Jarvis is joined by Andrew Rudalevige, Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government at Bowdoin College and a visiting professor at LSE, to go over the five key areas of drama you need to understand in the run up to 2024. • “If Trump were convicted of all 90 of his current felonies, he'd’ be looking at something like 700 years in prison.” • “Any private citizen not named Donald J. Trump would inevitably get convicted for espionage and obstruction of justice in the classified documents case” www.patreon.com/bunkercast  Written and presented by Jacob Jarvis. Producer: Eliza Davis Beard. Audio production: Simon Williams. Managing Editor: Jacob Jarvis. Music by Kenny Dickinson. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Trump's Thanksgiving Threats

Donald Trump’s Thanksgiving threats take center stage as judges in NY and DC decide whether to reinstate his two gag orders. Plus, we’ll dig deeper into Trump’s charade of victimhood as he tries to get his federal election case in DC dismissed. All this, as Andrew and Mary celebrate 50 episodes of the pod!

Foreseeable Consequences

Donald Trump’s team and the U.S. government squared off in a DC appeals court over his latest attempt to undo a gag order issued against him in his federal election subversion case. MSNBC legal analysts Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord break down Trump’s claims and which way they think the three-judge panel is leaning. Plus, a judgein Colorado denies a motion to keep Trump off the ballot there in 2024 – but why some say the ruling is still a bad one for the former president.

Trump's Tumultuous Testimony

Donald Trump took the witness stand Monday in the biggest moment of his civil and criminal trials thus far. MSNBC legal analysts Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord dig into some of his big admissions and how badly he may have hurt himself. Plus, we’ll get into the former president’s latest efforts to delay his federal trials and the new criticism facing Judge Aileen Cannon in the FL documents case.