The settlement with a former campaign aide who says she was the target of sexual harassment effectively invalidates agreements hundreds of 2016 Trump campaign officials signed.
The former president’s familiar tactics of defiance, counterattacks and delays appear less successful than ever as investigations and court proceedings against him grind on.
The documents were “inadvertently boxed and transported” to the former vice president’s home at the end of the Trump administration, Mr. Pence’s representative wrote in a letter to the National Archives.
The former president made crucially timed calls to Representative Matt Gaetz and others who sunk McCarthy’s 14th effort to be elected House speaker.
Witnesses had less detailed recollections than the account provided by Cassidy Hutchinson of a furious president reaching for the steering wheel when told he could not go to the Capitol.
Former President Donald Trump’s current woes extend beyond the report by the House Jan. 6 committee, but the case the panel laid out against him further complicates his future.
The House panel investigating the Capitol attack is set to release its report and may back criminal charges against the former president, while a separate committee could decide to release his tax returns.
The Trump Organization was branded a felon. Herschel Walker was defeated in Georgia. Donald J. Trump has had better Tuesdays.
In an interview, the former vice president expressed anger over Donald Trump’s conduct on Jan. 6, 2021, but deflected questions about his character.
In excerpts from an interview with ABC, the former vice president said he was angered that Donald J. Trump’s tweet during the Capitol attack had endangered him and his family.