Trump praises Putin and denigrates US leaders in the CPAC
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine pushes Western states to joint action against Vladimir Putinaggression, Donald Trump claims to have essentially saved NATO – despite the fact that he regularly denigrated it during his presidency, and reportedly even considered withdrawing the United States completely from the alliance.
“There would be no NATO if I did not act decisively and quickly,” he wrote in a statement sent to supporters by e-mail, also falsely hinting that the Obama administration was only sending “blankets” to Ukraine for help, but in fact sent tens of millions. dollars of immortal military equipment.
Meanwhile, the former Attorney General of the United States Bill Bar says Mr Trump in his new book “showed that he has neither the temperament nor the ability to persuade to provide the necessary positive leadership”.
Mr. Bar calls republican The party backs away from Mr. Trump and directly accuses him of violence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. One damn thing after another.
The former president fired Mr Barr when he refused to agree with his claims that the election had been stolen.
Mr Barr writes that his former boss “lost his grip” after the election and that his false allegations of voter fraud led to an attack on the US Capitol.
Trump has also appealed the decision, which requires him to testify under oath New York A state civil investigation into his business practices is likely to prolong the struggle for his testimony for months.
Donald Trump Jr. closes the CPAC with a chaotic speech
The former president’s son is making false allegations about the Biden administration’s drug policy in his speech, reflecting on several conspiracy theories, writes Andrew Feinberg.
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 1, 2022 03:15
Pompeo redirected Trump’s anger by mentioning the FBI and Russia in a “launching joke”
Former Attorney General Bill Bar wrote in his future book, One damn thing after another, that he and Mr. Pompeo had a “running joke” to redirect Mr. Trump from shouting, saying he hoped FBI the agents involved will be prosecuted.
According to a preview of the book from, Mr. Trump would then go on a concerned investigation The New York Times.
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 1, 2022 02:15
Nigel Farage: Between a statesman and a cultural warrior
At a conference on conservative political action in Orlando, Florida, Richard Hall talks to the former UKIP leader.
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 1, 2022 01:15
Voices: At CPAC I was red
I thought that my experience as a correspondent in the Middle East, where I covered the civil war in Syria, the rise and fall of ISIS, the refugee crisis and the struggle for democracy in Lebanon, gave me a fine-tuned radar of tyranny and oppression. Boy, I was wrong
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 1, 2022 00:45
Romney calls Marjorie Taylor Green a “moron”
Rep Marjorie Taylor Green now faces criticism from members of her own party for her participation and speaking at a conference of white nationalists over the weekend.
Oliver O’ConnellMarch 1, 2022 00:15
Tom Cotton has criticized for refusing to criticize Trump’s praise of Putin
Against the background of Russia’s unprovoked invasion Ukrainethe president for a term called Putin “genius” and “smart” during a radio interview.
Oliver O’ConnellFebruary 28, 2022 11:30 p.m.
Trump appeals ruling that forces him to testify in New York investigation
Former President Donald Trump appealed the judge’s decision to require him to answer questions under oath New York A state civil investigation into his business practices is a widely anticipated move that is likely to prolong the struggle for his testimony for months.
Lawyers for Trump and his two older children on Monday filed documents with the appellate division of the trial court, seeking to overturn Manhattan Judge Arthur Engoron’s February 17 ruling. They argue that Trump’s order to testify violates their constitutional rights because their answers can be used in a parallel criminal investigation.
Former President Donald Trump has appealed the judge’s decision, which requires him to answer questions under oath in the New York State Civil Investigation about his business practices – a widely anticipated move that is likely to prolong the fight for his testimony for months.
Oliver O’ConnellFebruary 28, 2022 23:02
Trump calls US “stupid country” and praises Putin as “smart” in recent comments in Ukraine
As world leaders banded together to condemn the Russian president and impose broad sanctions against his government and allied oligarchs, Trump has doubled earlier comments about Putin.
Oliver O’ConnellFebruary 28, 2022 22:45
Trump has made a terrible new promise to his followers: I will hurt the Democrats for you
Donald Trump once told his supporters that he was their voice. More than a year after he was ousted from the presidency, his statements to the CPAC clearly show that he now wants to be returned to Washington as their fist. Andrew Feinberg reports from Orlando, Florida.
Oliver O’ConnellFebruary 28, 2022 22:07
“Putin’s apologist”: foreign correspondent Fox News checks “distortions” of former Trump adviser
Colonel Douglas McGregor, who told Fox News host Trey Gaudi that Russians and Ukrainians are “indistinguishable” from each other, said on Sunday that Washington should abandon economic sanctions imposed against Moscow for deploying a full-scale military assault Kiev.
Fox News National Security correspondent Jennifer Griffin appeared a few minutes later and rebuked Colonel McGregor, who she said had expressed “so much distortion” about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine that she could not consider them all in 10 minutes.
Oliver O’ConnellFebruary 28, 2022 21:22