President Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America, will be joined by endorsed candidates, members of the North Carolina Congressional Delegation, and other special guests on Saturday, April 9, 2022, in Selma, North Carolina.

Former President Trump Says “Our Country Is Going To Hell”

On Tuesday, former President Trump unleashed on social media following the not guilty verdict of lawyer Michael Sussman.

“Our Legal System is CORRUPT, our Judges (and Justices!) are highly partisan, compromised or just plain scared, our Borders are OPEN, our Elections are Rigged, Inflation is RAMPANT, gas prices and food costs are “through the roof,” our Military “Leadership” is Woke, our Country is going to HELL, and Michael Sussmann is not guilty. How’s everything else doing? Enjoy your day!!!” said Trump on Truth Social.

“While we are disappointed in the outcome, we respect the jury’s decision and thank them for their service. I also want to recognize and thank the investigators and the prosecution team for their dedicated efforts in seeking truth and justice in this case,” John Durham, the special counsel, said in a statement on Tuesday.

Also on Tuesday, Trump released a letter to The Pulitzer Prize demanding a rescind of prizes awarded to The New York Times and The Washington Post.

Also on Tuesday, Trump released a letter that he sent to The Pulitzer Prize demanding a rescind of prizes awarded to The New York Times and The Washington Post.

“I again call on you to rescind the Prize awarded based on blatantly fake, derogatory, and defamatory news. If you choose not to do so, we will see you in court,” Trump said.

In early May, Robby Mook, the former campaign manager for Hillary Clinton, testified that the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee agreed to provide information about a link between her opponent Donald Trump and Russian Alfa Bank to a reporter.

According to CBS News, this was despite the fact that Hillary’s campaign was not certain about the truth of the allegations. 

During cross-examination, Mook said the campaign was not fully confident in the Alfa Bank allegations and wanted to give them to a reporter so the reporter could “run it down further” and verify it. 

During cross-examination, Mook said the campaign was not fully confident in the Alfa Bank allegations and wanted to give them to a reporter so the reporter could “run it down further” and verify it. 

Slate first published a story saying that Alfa Bank, a Moscow-based financial institution, had a server that was “irregularly pinging” a server registered to the New York-based Trump Organization.

The FBI investigated, and a report by the Justice Department inspector general said it concluded that there were no links between Alfa Bank and Trump.

Mook said he attended a meeting with other senior campaign officials where they learned about strange cyberactivity that suggested a relationship between the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank.

The group decided to share the information with a reporter, and Mook subsequently ran that decision by Clinton herself.

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“There was never any truth to the Clinton campaign’s shameful smears, as The New York Times and The Washington Post would have quickly discovered had they done even a modicum of journalistic investigation,” Trump said.

“We gain more and more clarity with each passing day about the propaganda and falsehoods that were pushed by the Clintons and their willing accomplices in the media about the “collusion” that never existed between me, my campaign, my administration, and the Russian government, ” Trump said in the letter.

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