The motion could move the trial to December of this year or into 2924.
A scowling, somber Trump pleads “not guilty” to violating America’s Espionage laws, obstructing justice and more
Out of the sight of news cameras that feed his self-defeating ego, the disgraced former president had little to say before a federal judge.
The insane rhetoric from criminally-indicted Donald Trump, aided by his Congressional GOP thugs, ignores the escalating mountain of evidence of his guilt.
Unsealed indictments show 37 counts, including putting national security at risk by sharing documents, violating the Espionage Act, obstruction of justice and lying about his crimes..
The seven counts of criminal federal statutes, a first ever of a former president, include lengthly prison terms if convicted. Many more indictments are coming.
The indictments are the first federal charges against a former president. Conviction often means prison. Many others to follow, along with state criminal indictments from Georgia.
Focus shifts to a Grand Jury in Florida, where the first federal indictments may be issued.
The existence of another grand jury probing the theft and retention of classified documents by disgraced and criminally-indicted former president Donald Trump raises more questions about his many crimes.
Timothy Parlatore says he was sick and tired of dealing with a Trump adviser who shielded the disgraced former president from the truth.