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Donald Trump said that business leaders who do not support him should be “FIRED for incompetence” in a Truth Social post, extensively quoting a news item about corporate tax rates.

The post comes as the share price of his own company, Trump Media, continues to fall — down 12 per cent on Tuesday and 40 per cent since the guilty verdict in Trump’s hush money trial on May 30.

Trump’s comments also come after a meeting with major CEOs in Washington, DC last week in which attendees were reportedly not impressed, with one saying that the former president “doesn’t know what he’s talking about”.

Trump staged his latest campaign rally in Racine, Wisconsin, less than a week after he reportedly dismissed Milwaukee as “horrible” in conversation with congressional allies and a month before the city hosts the Republican National Convention. As he began his rally remarks 30 minutes late, he walked the statement back but stumbled over many words in his speech.

After some initial caution, President Joe Biden has finally begun to refer to Trump as a “convicted criminal” in a new $50m attack ad and has rolled out a billboard campaign near the site of today’s rally.

Key Points

  • Trump tells Wisconsin rally crowd ‘I love Milwaukee’ after calling city ‘horrible’

  • Biden campaign hits Trump on jobs record in Wisconsin ahead of Racine rally

  • Former president's guilty verdict sinks Republican faith in legal system – and eats into candidate’s likely support

  • Biden finally goes there and attacks Trump as a ‘convicted criminal’ in new $50m attack ad

Trump falsely claims he won Wisconsin, attacks immigrants and J6 committee at latest rally

08:52 , Joe Sommerlad

Good morning!

Let’s start Wednesday with a look back at Trump’s latest campaign rally in Racine, Wisconsin, yesterday.

An event that began with the Republican presidential candidate waving to no one (again) and being praised by sycophant Vivek Ramaswamy as “the George Washington of our moment” only got wilder from there.

Trump began by firefighting the story that he called Milwaukee “horrible” and claiming that “four years ago, the world was at peace”, by which he meant in total lockdown, before going on to wrongly claim he won Wisconsin in 2020, attacking migrants that “don’t speak the language” and again threatening mass deportations to boost the economy.

From there, he spent a good deal of time going after the House select committee that investigated the Capitol riot of January 6 2021.

And that’s all before we get onto the really weird stuff – more in Part Two!

Inside Trump’s deeply weird ‘obsession’ with Debra Messing

08:15 , Oliver O'Connell

Taylor Swift isn’t the only “beautiful” celebrity Donald Trump has openly gushed about.

According to a new book, the former president admitted to having a crush on actor Debra Messing — praising her “beautiful red hair” — and is still annoyed by her very public rejection of him.

Variety co-editor-in-chief Ramin Setoodeh reveals in his new book, Apprentice in Wonderland, that theWill & Grace star, who has been a vocal critic of Trump’s since he first ran for president in 2016, came up several times during their six interviews.

Martha McHardy has more...

Inside Trump’s ‘obsession’ with Debra Messing — and her ‘beautiful red hair’

Ex-Trump adviser urges him to cut ties with China if re-elected

07:15 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump’s former national security adviser has put forward his own recommendations to the next presidential administration: cut economic ties with China and resume nuclear weapon testing.

Offering his advice in a 5,000-word article for Foreign Affairs magazine, Robert O’Brien, who served as national security adviser from 2019 to 2021 under the Trump administration, said that “as China seeks to undermine American economic and military strength, Washington should return the favor.”

Amelia Neath reports:

Ex-Trump adviser urges him to cut ties with China if he makes it back to White House

After challenging Biden to cognitive test, Trump forgets own doctor’s name

05:15 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump forgot the name of his White House doctor just moments after saying Joe Biden should take a cognitive test.

“I took a cognitive test, and I aced it. Doc Ronny — Doc Ronny Johnson,” Trump said, attempting to refer to Ronny Jackson, former White House physician turned US Rep.

“Does everyone know Ronny Johnson, Congressman from Texas? He was the White House Doctor,” Trump continued.

Katie Hawkinson has the story:

Trump forgets name of his White House doctor after challenging Biden to a mental test

Trump believes Kim Kardashian ‘betrayed’ him

03:15 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump reportedly feels Kim Kardashian betrayed him when she celebrated Joe Biden‘s 2020 presidential victory with three blue-heart emojis.

During an interview with author Ramin Setoodeh, Trump reportedly shared his frustration with the reality TV star and fashion icon after she made a celebratory post following Biden’s presidential victory, according to the Washington Post.

Graig Graziosi has the story:

Trump believes Kim Kardashian ‘betrayed’ him when she celebrated Biden’s 2020 win

Biden targets ‘convicted criminal’ Trump in $50m ad blitz

02:15 , Oliver O'Connell

With just over a week to go until he squares off with Donald Trump in their first face-to-face meeting since October 2020, President Joe Biden and his re-election campaign are looking to use Trump’s legal troubles to set the terms of this year’s electoral contest with a new advertisement listing the ex-president’s numerous courtroom setbacks.

Andrew Feinberg and Martha McHardy report:

Biden targets ‘convicted criminal’ Trump in $50m ad blitz ahead of first debate

Veepstakes: Tim Scott stands by decision to certify Biden’s 2020 election win

01:15 , Oliver O'Connell

Tim Scott, a top contender for Donald Trump’s vice president, said he stands by his vote to certify Joe Biden’s 2020 election win.

“I will stand by that decision and the next decision to certify the fact that Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States,” the South Carolina senator said Sunday on ABC News’ This Week.

Top Trump VP candidate says he stands by decision to certify 2020 election

Piers Morgan claims Celebrity Apprentice co-star Omarosa wanted to sleep with him

Wednesday 19 June 2024 00:15 , Oliver O'Connell

Piers Morgan has alleged that his former Celebrity Apprentice co-star Omarosa Manigault Newman propositioned him for sex to put on a “showmance” for viewers.

The ex-Good Morning Britain broadcaster, 59, makes the claim in Variety editor-in-chief Ramin Setoodeh’s newly published book, Apprentice in Wonderland, which delves behind the scenes of Donald Trump’s long-running reality series.

Inga Parkel has the story:

Piers Morgan claims Apprentice co-star wanted to sleep with him for a ‘showmance’

Feature: Impeachment warrior or showboater?

Tuesday 18 June 2024 23:45 , Oliver O'Connell

John Bowden writes:

Get ready for the newest bipartisan political phenomenon to hit the House of Representatives: the impeachment warrior.

With Donald Trump’s first term — capped off by a bloody riot and siege of the Capitol aimed at overturning the last presidential election — in the mirror, Americans are looking ahead to an expected rematch between Trump and Joe Biden in November. And both parties are taking advantage of the unique dynamic that the possible return of a twice-impeached 34-times-convicted former president means for congressional races around the country.

The result? A group of candidates, Democrats and Republicans both, running for office with little to no political experience — but often backed by powerful national figures tied to the two sides of the first and second impeachments of Donald Trump in the House of Representatives.

Continue reading...

Impeachment warrior or showboater? Trump’s shadow looms over a controversial primary

Tuesday 18 June 2024 23:20 , Oliver O'Connell

Excited rally-goers greet Donald Trump in Racine, Wisconsin (AFP via Getty Images)
Excited rally-goers greet Donald Trump in Racine, Wisconsin (AFP via Getty Images)

Trump gets to sidestep the consequences of his conviction. Most people with criminal records don’t

Tuesday 18 June 2024 23:15 , Oliver O'Connell

For former president Donald Trump – who can leverage his wealth, power and influence to sidestep the consequences of his white-collar crimes that threatened 2016 elections – the “felon” label is helping him rake in millions of dollars.

For any other person with 34 felony convictions, being branded a “felon” for life could threaten access to jobs, housing, healthcare, childcare and the ability to vote, let alone a path to the presidency.

Alex Woodward reports:

Donald Trump gets to sidestep the consequences of his conviction. Most don’t

Watch: Trump appears to stumble over attempt to smear George Stephanopoulos

Tuesday 18 June 2024 23:07 , Oliver O'Connell

New York Times confirms ABC reporting on Trump travel plans for RNC

Tuesday 18 June 2024 22:59 , Oliver O'Connell

Per The New York Times:

When Republicans gather in Milwaukee next month to nominate him for president, Donald J. Trump planned to stay not in the convention’s host city but at a Trump hotel in Chicago, some 90 miles away, according to three people briefed on the former president’s logistics.

That changed midafternoon on Tuesday, after reporters for The New York Times and an ABC station in Chicago contacted his campaign for comment.

Mr. Trump now intends to stay in Milwaukee, two of the people briefed on his logistics said. The change avoids a perceived slight to the largest city in Wisconsin, a vital battleground state.

Mr. Trump has been on the defensive about his views on Milwaukee since news outlets reported last week that he had called it a “horrible” city in a private meeting with House Republicans in Washington.

Watch: Trump billing himself as crypto president

Tuesday 18 June 2024 22:43 , Oliver O'Connell

Tuesday 18 June 2024 22:24 , Oliver O'Connell

Trump continues to exaggerate the size of his rallies in New Jersey and the Bronx by tens of thousands of people.

He also incorrectly claims that he won Wisconsin in 2020.

Watch: Trump claims inflation is ‘between 40 and 50 per cent'

Tuesday 18 June 2024 22:20 , Oliver O'Connell

Tuesday 18 June 2024 22:10 , Oliver O'Connell

Jon Stewart used his Monday night slot on The Daily Show to take aim at conservative claims that gun crime is on the rise in American cities - when FBI statistics prove the exact opposite.

Joe Sommerlad has the story:

Jon Stewart attacks Republicans’ gun crime narrative: ‘Only kind of true’

Watch: Trump says Vivek Ramaswamy should have been on Jan 6 select committee

Tuesday 18 June 2024 22:04 , Oliver O'Connell

Ramaswamy was never in Congress.

Watch: Trump stumbles over words at Racine rally

Tuesday 18 June 2024 21:45 , Oliver O'Connell

Trump tells Wisconsin crowd ‘I love Milwaukee’

Tuesday 18 June 2024 21:34 , Oliver O'Connell

Walking back his reported comments in which he called Milwaukee, the site of the Republican National Convention, a “horrible” place, Donald Trump takes to the stage in Racine, Wisconsin, and tells the crowd: “I love Milwaukee, I was the one who picked it.”

A quarter of voters admit their Biden-Trump choice could change by November

Tuesday 18 June 2024 21:25 , Oliver O'Connell

More than a quarter of voters may still change their minds on who to back in November, a new poll shows.

Nine percent said in an NPR/Marist poll that they have yet to make up their minds and an additional 25 percent said that while they have a “good idea” of who they will back, they could still change their mind.

The director of the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, Lee Miringoff, told NPR that this “taps into the notion that there are still a lot of months to go.”

Gustaf Kilander reports:

A quarter of voters admit their Biden-Trump choice could change by November

Campaign denies Trump plans to stay in Chicago during 2024 Milwaukee convention

Tuesday 18 June 2024 21:05 , Oliver O'Connell

Per ABC News:

Former President Donald Trump's campaign denied he is planning to stay in Chicago and commute to Milwaukee for the 2024 Republican National Convention in July, as multiple sources told ABC7.

A high-ranking law enforcement source who is not authorized to comment on the decision publicly, but who has knowledge of the decision, told ABC7 Political Reporter Craig Wall that Trump intends to stay in Chicago and commute to Milwaukee for the convention. A second source confirmed those plans.

A third source told ABC7 the former president is making plans to stay in Chicago during the RNC.

Karoline Leavitt, national press secretary for the Trump campaign, responded to ABC7 saying, "The president is planning to stay in Milwaukee for the Convention."

Trump is campaigning in Racine Tuesday afternoon, days after reportedly calling Milwaukee "horrible" behind closed doors.

Watch: Trump claims Biden failed Wisconsin

Tuesday 18 June 2024 20:55 , Oliver O'Connell

Melania’s marriage to Trump is mirage’ dreamed up by TV producers, former aide insists

Tuesday 18 June 2024 20:45 , Oliver O'Connell

A former senior adviser to Melania Trump claimed in a recent social media thread that the former first lady’s marriage to Donald Trump was a facade.

“What catapulted Donald J. Trump ‘businessman’ and his ‘supermodel’ wife to the White House was a MIRAGE created by Survivor producer Mark Burnett and NBC boss Jeff Zucker,” Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, one of Melania Trump’s former confidants, sniped on Sunday.

Kelly Rissman has the story...

Former aide insists Melania’s marriage to Trump is just a ‘mirage’

Full story: Trump’s gag order appeal is shot down by New York’s top court

Tuesday 18 June 2024 20:30 , Oliver O'Connell

Alex Woodward reports from New York:

New York’s highest court has rejected Donald Trump’s demand for a swift appeal of a court ruling that shot down his claims that a gag order in his hush money trial violates his First Amendment rights.

A decision from the New York Court of Appeals on Tuesday said “no substantial constitutional question is directly involved” in his challenge to the gag order.

Continue reading...

Trump’s gag order appeal is shot down by New York’s top court

In pictures: Crowd gathers for Trump’s Racine, Wisconsin rally

Tuesday 18 June 2024 20:15 , Oliver O'Connell

People sing national anthem as they attend a campaign event held by former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, in Racine, Wisconsin (REUTERS)
People sing national anthem as they attend a campaign event held by former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, in Racine, Wisconsin (REUTERS)
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Watch: Trump just cares about people, says rally-goer

Tuesday 18 June 2024 20:00 , Oliver O'Connell

Probably not a reader of this blog...

Watch: Rep Bryan Steil fails to land jab at Biden

Tuesday 18 June 2024 19:55 , Oliver O'Connell

ICYMI: Trump forgets name of White House doctor seconds after saying Biden needs cognitive test

Tuesday 18 June 2024 19:45 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump forgot the name of his White House doctor just moments after saying Joe Biden should take a cognitive test.

“I took a cognitive test, and I aced it. Doc Ronny — Doc Ronny Johnson,” Trump said, attempting to refer to Ronny Jackson, former White House physician turned US Rep.

“Does everyone know Ronny Johnson, Congressman from Texas? He was the White House Doctor,” Trump continued.

Katie Hawkinson reporters on the awkward moment...

Trump forgets name of his White House doctor after challenging Biden to a mental test

Trump says business leaders who don’t support him should be 'FIRED’

Tuesday 18 June 2024 19:32 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump says business leaders who don’t support him in his run for the White House should be fired.

He wrote on Truth Social: “Business Executives and Shareholder Representatives should be 100% behind Donald Trump! Anybody that’s not should be FIRED for incompetence!”

The former president then quoted extensively from a Wall Street Journal article: “Corporate Tax Rate Spurs Political Fight With More Than $1 Trillion at Stake”.

This comes after a meeting with major CEOs in Washington, DC last week, that did not go well according to reports from those in the room.

CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin reports that his remarks didn’t exactly hit home with the business leaders...

Several CEOs “said that [Trump] was remarkably meandering, could not keep a straight thought [and] was all over the map,” Sorkin said on Friday morning edition of Squawk Box.

He added that the same CEOs struck by Trump’s lack of focus “walked into the meeting being Trump supporter-ish or thinking that they might be leaning that direction”.

“These were people who I think might have been actually predisposed to [Trump, but] actually walked out of the room less predisposed” to him, Sorkin said.

One CEO who spoke to CNBC said “Trump doesn’t know what he’s talking about” and that he did not explain any of his policy proposals.

Sorkin told MSNBC’s Morning Joe later on Friday morning that at one point Trump discussed his plan to bring the corporate tax rate down from 21 per cent to 20 per cent ... and was asked about why he had chosen that number.

“And he said, ‘Well, it’s a round number,” Sorkin reported. “That unto itself had a number of CEOs shaking their heads.”

Trump was reportedly subdued in the meeting and there was no noticeable applause from attendees according to two people. One speculated that a low-key approach may have been an attempt to make the event feel “more like a business meeting than a speech”.

Ex-Trump adviser urges him to cut ties with China if reelected

Tuesday 18 June 2024 19:25 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump’s former national security adviser has put forward his own recommendations to the next presidential administration: cut economic ties with China and resume nuclear weapon testing.

Offering his advice in a 5,000-word article for Foreign Affairs magazine, Robert O’Brien, who served as national security adviser from 2019 to 2021 under the Trump administration, said that “as China seeks to undermine American economic and military strength, Washington should return the favor.”

Amelia Neath reports for The Independent:

Ex-Trump adviser urges him to cut ties with China if he makes it back to White House

Trump Media share price falls again, down 40 per cent since hush money verdict

Tuesday 18 June 2024 19:04 , Oliver O'Connell

The share price of Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG) has fallen more than 12 per cent today, continuing its downward spiral of more than 40 per cent since Donald Trump was convicted of 34 counts of falsifying business records on May 30.

At the time of the hush money trial verdict, Trump Media stock was priced at $51.84. On Monday, it closed at $34.64 and today fell another 12 per cent to $30.50 by lunchtime.

Newsweek notes that in addition to Trump's legal woes, TMTG — the parent company of social media site Truth Social — is also grappling with short sellers who the company has accused of “market manipulations”.

CEO Devin Nunes wrote to Adena Friedman, CEO of the Nasdaq, asking for help to investigate the “Wall Street insiders” who accused of engaging in “naked” short selling of the stock.

Biden campaign sets sights on trying to flip North Carolina

Tuesday 18 June 2024 19:00 , Oliver O'Connell

Gustaf Kilander writes:

The Biden campaign is now pushing to win North Carolina, a state in which Republicans have won 10 of the last 11 presidential elections.

Then-senator Barack Obama won the state in 2008. Before that, the last Democratic presidential candidate to win the Tar Heel state was Jimmy Carter in 1976. But with less than five months to go, Biden is making a play for its 16 electoral votes, which could be decisive in what appears to be a tight 2024 contest.

As of June 18, former President Donald Trump, who won North Carolina twice, is 0.6 percentage points ahead of Biden in FiveThirtyEight’s average of national polls, with 40.8 percent to Biden’s 40.2 percent.

Trump won North Carolina by 1.34 percent – fewer than 75,000 votes – in 2020.

Read more...

Biden campaign goes for North Carolina ahead of tight November contest

Trump believes Kim Kardashian ‘betrayed’ him

Tuesday 18 June 2024 18:45 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump reportedly feels Kim Kardashian betrayed him when she celebrated Joe Biden‘s 2020 presidential victory with three blue-heart emojis.

During an interview with author Ramin Setoodeh, Trump reportedly shared his frustration with the reality TV star and fashion icon after she made a celebratory post following Biden’s presidential victory, according to the Washington Post.

Graig Graziosi has the story:

Trump believes Kim Kardashian ‘betrayed’ him when she celebrated Biden’s 2020 win

Veepstakes: Former Trump rival rises to top of the pile

Tuesday 18 June 2024 18:15 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump may be on the verge of setting aside another grudge within the Republican Party and elevating a former rival to be his running mate in 2024.

The former president is reportedly considering three names as his current top choices to be the GOP’s vice presidential nominee as he gears up for a rematch with President Joe Biden this fall.

With his last vice president, Mike Pence, refusing to endorse him, Trump’s list of potential choices has shrunk to include only Republicans who the former president is sure will serve as a loyal yes-man in a hypothetical second administration.

John Bowden reports:

Trump’s veepstakes intensify as former rival rises to the top of the pile

Ellis and Epshteyn please not guilty in Arizona 2020 election case

Tuesday 18 June 2024 18:00 , Oliver O'Connell

Former Trump attorney Jenna Ellis, legal advisor Boris Epshteyn, and Jim Lamon, a former Senate candidate, have pleaded not guilty in the Arizona “fake electors” case brought against them, Donald Trump, and 14 others.

They are charged with forgery, fraud, and conspiracy charges in the state based on their Alleged efforts relating to attempts to overthrow the 2020 election results.

Ellis previously pleaded guilty in the Georgia election interference case in which Trump was also charged.

Epshteyn was an attorney and adviser to the 2016 and 2020 Trump campaigns. He recently appeared with Trump at his New York hush money trial.

Lamon was one of the then-president’s potential electors leading into the 2020 election.

Among those other Trumpworld figures charged in the Arizona scheme are Rudy Giuliani and former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

According to the charging documents, one month after the 2020 election, 11 Trump supporters convened at the Arizona GOP’s headquarters in Phoenix to sign a certificate claiming to be the state’s 11 electors to the Electoral College.

However, Joe Biden won the state by 10,457 votes and state officials certified his electors.

Who are the 18 indicted co-conspirators in the Arizona fake electors’ scheme?

House Ethics panel investigating Matt Gaetz sex and drug claims now eyeing new allegations

Tuesday 18 June 2024 17:45 , Oliver O'Connell

Andrew Feinberg reports:

Florida Representative Matt Gaetz may not be facing charges from the Department of Justice, but he’s still in hot water with the House’s internal ethics watchdog when it comes to lurid accusations that have dogged him for years.

In an unusual press release, the House Ethics Committee confirmed that it was closing its probe into claims that Gaetz, a three-term congressman representing the Sunshine State’s first district, had showed colleagues pornographic materials while on the House floor, taken bribes, misused Florida identification records and stolen from campaign donors by using campaign funds on himself.

Continue reading...

Ethics panel investigating Gaetz sex, drug claims now eyeing new allegations

‘That f****r Biden’

Tuesday 18 June 2024 17:30 , Oliver O'Connell

Donald Trump called Joe Biden “that f*****” in his final conversation with Anthony Fauci and said he would destroy his Democratic rival in the 2020 election, the famed Covid-response doctor revealed.

“I am going to win this election by a f****** landslide,” then-president Donald Trump told Fauci, according to an excerpt from Fauci’s upcoming memoir On Call: A Doctor’s Journey in Public Service.

Gustaf Kilander reports on the rest of Trump’s expletive-laden tirade:

Trump’s last conversation with Fauci revealed in new memoir: ‘That f****r Biden’

Mike Johnson vows to sue for Biden special counsel recordings

Tuesday 18 June 2024 17:15 , Oliver O'Connell

House Speaker Mike Johnson vowed to federal court to enforce a subpoena against Attorney General Merrick Garland, after the Department of Justice announced it would not pursue a criminal case against the Biden administration official.

“The House disagrees with the assertions in the letter from the Department of Justice, and as Speaker, I will be certifying the contempt reports to the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia. We will also move to enforce the subpoena of Attorney General Garland in federal court,” Speaker Johnson wrote on X on Friday.

Alex Woodward and Josh Marcus report:

Mike Johnson vows to sue for Biden tapes in Merrick Garland subpoena battle with GOP

Watch: Maddow says Trump and allies running against democracy not Democrats

Tuesday 18 June 2024 17:01 , Oliver O'Connell

Scammers target Trump supporters after he announced he’d take crypto donations

Tuesday 18 June 2024 16:45 , Oliver O'Connell

Scammers are going after Trump supporters after the former president announced last month that his campaign would take donations in cryptocurrency.

Cybercrime detection firm Netcraft found dozens of websites trying to trick supporters of Donald Trump to hand over their crypto, Wired reported. The firm found just before the announcement was made, scammers registered domains with common misspellings to lure Trump supporters intending to visit donaldjtrump.com.

For instance, donalbjtrump.com was an almost complete copy of the former president’s website.

Gustaf Kilander has the details...

Crypto scammers are going after Trump supporters

Tuesday 18 June 2024 16:30 , Oliver O'Connell

An electronic billboard near Racine, Wisconsin, noting that Donald Trump is a convicted felon (AFP via Getty Images)
An electronic billboard near Racine, Wisconsin, noting that Donald Trump is a convicted felon (AFP via Getty Images)

Full story: Trump’s gag order appeal is shot down by New York’s top court

Tuesday 18 June 2024 16:24 , Oliver O'Connell

Alex Woodward reports from New York:

New York’s highest court has rejected Donald Trump’s demand for a swift appeal of a court ruling that shot down his claims that a gag order in his hush money trial violates his First Amendment rights.

A decision from the New York Court of Appeals on Tuesday said “no substantial constitutional question is directly involved” in his challenge to the gag order.

Continue reading...

Trump’s gag order appeal is shot down by New York’s top court