President Trump announced today that he was going to be on with Tucker Carlson at 9:00, I assume he means Eastern Time. He asked for people to watch.

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Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has confirmed that he will NOT BE PARTICIPATING in Wednesday’s first Republican presidential primary debate — and likely others as well. Wonder what the loser Fox ratings will be? Most all will be watching Tucker Carlson. Sad that Fox has sunk to the levels of MSMBC. Does anyone miss Fox’s one sided debate questions? I sure don’t. In the past, Bret Baier, has proven himself to be a flunky for fake news and their KM Oligarch puppet masters. Wonder what he will ask the boring losers tonight? Who gets to have words shoved in their mouths tonight from the big shot moderator with no ratings?

I am looking forward to seeing the ratings for Carlson on X, versus loser Fox? Will Trump out do them all on a social media twitter “X” feed? What do you think?

Read: Trump says he will skip GOP presidential primary debates

President Trump also posted this article from the American Thinker:

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Here is the article in full…. it is an eye opener!

August 18, 2023

The legal flaw of United States v. Trump

By Matthew G. Andersson

Public comments being made about the Trump indictment have all assumed that the state’s evidence passes scrutiny without due process and presumption.  Commenting on the prosecution’s case is not based in law, but in opinion (one law professor excitedly claims that the former president’s free speech is instead, a “confession”).

But the public needs to back up and ask the most basic legal question about the current criminal complaint against President Trump: is the plaintiff actually the United States of America? Isn’t it actually the DNC Party? 

In this supposed criminal case, the only legitimate known fact that can asserted by legal experts as correct, is that the former U.S. president, as a defendant, has numerous rights in law. Those fundamental rights, which are also your rights, include due process, presumption of innocence, adherence to standards of evidence, and the vital right to cross examination — but most of all, they include the right to confront the actual witnesses against you (Sixth Amendment). And in U.S. v. Trumpthose actual witnesses are political party members and donors.  

The beauty of the president’s defense, which is the same as the nation’s defense and its rights in election rule integrity, is that he has all the benefits of evidence, procedure, and case law on his side, including detailed fact and law dissent in Trump v. Biden, 394 Wis. 2d 629 where three of the seven state Supreme Court Justices, including Wisconsin Chief Justice, Patience D. Roggensack, made Trump’s, and the People’s, case by noting the DNC’s systematic violations of election laws, and as well, pointing out that the majority opinion of the court was announced by overt partisan judges who refused to consider evidence, or the law.

The current indictment relies on intent rather than fact (the word “knowingly” is used 30 times in the complaint).  This partly explains why the DNC and its allies are desperate to cover up the 2020 election by converting it to a criminal prosecution, and turning incriminating facts into speculative intent.

Matthew G. Andersson is the author of the upcoming book Legally Blind.  A former CEO, he has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the New York Times and by the National Academy of Sciences in law and economics. He has testified before the U.S. Senate and is a graduate of the University of Chicago.  He studied with White House national security advisor W.W. Rostow at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.

To top it all off, Giuliani was arrested today.

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Giuliani is charged with making false statements and soliciting false testimony, conspiring to create phony paperwork and asking state lawmakers to violate their oath of office to appoint an alternate slate of pro-Trump electors.

Outside the Fulton County Jail Wednesday afternoon, Giuliani laughed when asked if he regretted allying himself with Trump.

“I am very, very honored to be involved in this case because this case is a fight for our way of life,” Giuliani told reporters. “This indictment is a travesty. It’s an attack on — not just me, not just President Trump, not just the people in this indictment, some of whom I don’t even know – this is an attack on the American people.”

Just five days ago or so, Giuliani was present to show his Trump support on stage at a Trump Rally, today he was arrested and released on $150,000 bond, coming in second to President Trump’s bond of $200,000~.

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Rudy Giuliani, former attorney for Donald Trump, says he’s honored to be involved in the Georgia elections case because it is “a fight for our way of life.” He’s accused of conspiring with Trump and others to subvert the 2020 election. (Aug. 23). You just can’t make this stuff up! Please Read: Rudy Giuliani surrenders at jail in Atlanta on 2020 election charges | AP News

Be sure to watch President Trump with Tucker at 9:00 P.M Eastern Time on TWITTER… X!



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