Donald Trump

Much like Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, today’s Trump-infused style of conservatism also refuses to wear a mask.
The former president is under criminal investigation in Georgia for trying to coerce officials into overturning his election loss there
"The Late Show" host has a big hope for the former president and his family.
Multiple investigations into the former president seem to be picking up speed.
"How much legal trouble can one person be in?” the "Late Night" host wondered.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said "anybody that's ever known Donald Trump" is familiar with this inclination.
In an 8-1 decision, the court agreed that Trump cannot stop the release of White House records to lawmakers investigating the attack on the Capitol.
A Jan. 6 defendant said prosecutors asked him about ties to Trump and his top advisers, while the committee has subpoenaed Eric Trump's phone records.
Critics mockingly reworked the name of the former Trump attorney general's upcoming memoir.
Twitter users torched the former president's daughter-in-law.
David Jolly slammed the Florida governor’s “narrative of freedom” as “really kneecapping democracy.”
"If you don't at least look at this with the closest possible microscope, you're basically saying that a president is completely above the law," the attorney said.
Letitia James said her office has “significant evidence” in its case against the Trump Organization and is turning up the heat on Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr.
The House committee investigating the Capitol insurrection has issued subpoenas to some of Donald Trump's closest advisers, including Rudy Giuliani.
The GOP's Lauren Boebert, Lindsey Graham, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Kevin McCarthy, Kayleigh McEnany and Josh Hawley all were slammed for hypocrisy.
The late night host also found one thing he and Trump can agree on.
"Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough joked that the former president "can't quit us."
They claim the person who showed up at the event appeared to be shorter than the "real" Donald Trump.
Documents show how Trump’s most dangerous supporters mobilized to subvert the election results through force and violence, despite no widespread election fraud.
The former president is angry that one possible candidate hasn't deferred to him.