Alex Jones Just Claimed That 'Psychosis' Led Him to be a Sandy Hook Truther and People Aren't Buying It
After years of stating the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut was staged, Infowars founder Alex Jones was sued by parents of victims.
The shooting, which took place in December 2012, claimed the lives of 20 children between the ages of 6 and 7 as well as six adult staff members.
Betsy DeVos Just Got Seriously Smacked Down In Court Over Her Plan to Delay Obama Era Rules Protecting Student Borrowers
Attorneys General from 19 states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit against Betsy DeVos and her Department of Education (DoE) after she ordered delays for student borrower defense rules slated for July 1, 2017. On Wednesday, the federal court ruled against the Trump administration official.
U.S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss ruled in favor of the Attorneys General. In his ruling, he stated:
Religious Leaders Are Using an Obscure Provision of DC Liquor Law to Try to Force Donald Trump to Give Up Ownership of the Trump International Hotel
During the 2016 presidential campaign, President Donald Trump vowed his business holdings would be a non-issue because he would remove himself from all day to day operations and put the businesses in a "blind trust" to be run solely by his sons.
While that is not how a blind trust works, the vow never came to fruition post-election anyway, particularly as it pertains to the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., which Trump still has ownership of.
Donald Trump Just Tried to Claim He Won a Russia Collusion Lawsuit but the Judge’s Words Literally Say Otherwise
President Donald Trump has not yet commented on Twitter regarding the trade war he launched with China Friday, but he did find time to refer to some of his constituents as "crazies."
Coming from a background of no prior service to the public in any capacity, Trump may not realize as an elected official, unlike in private business, the people do not work for him. The president works for the people, which includes all of the people, not just his fan base.
We Now Know How Donald Trump's Legal Team Plans to Fight Back Against Lawsuits Brought Against Him as President
The state of Maryland and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump for violating the U.S. Constitution’s “emoluments” clause. But Trump's legal team says their employer has "absolute immunity."
The U.S. Constitution’s Emoluments Clause bars U.S. officials, elected or appointed, from accepting gifts or payments from foreign entities without receiving congressional approval. It also bars the president from receiving gifts and payments from individual states.
CNN Analyst Suggests Stormy Daniels Doesn't Have a Case Against Trump Because She Can't Be Defamed, Regrets It Almost Immediately
Appearing on CNN Monday, legal analyst Paul Callan commented on the merits of Stephanie Clifford's defamation lawsuit filed Friday against President Donald Trump. Clifford, known by her stage name Stormy Daniels, brought suit after a Tweet by Trump accused Clifford of lying.
Callan stated the case would be extremely difficult to win. Later that evening on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360, host Cooper asked Callan directly:
Stephanie Clifford, otherwise known as adult film actress Stormy Daniels, filed another lawsuit against President Donald Trump on Monday in New York federal court. The suit alleges the president defamed Clifford and cites an April Tweet Trump posted.
After Clifford and her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, released a sketch of a man they allege threatened Clifford in 2011, telling her in a confrontation in Las Vegas to "leave Mr. Trump alone", Trump called the announcement "a con job".