World United States: The Supreme Court inflicts a scathing setback on Trump on his tax returns
A Trump criminal probe in Georgia expands to include Sen. Lindsey Graham
A Georgia district attorney is investigating whether Graham violated state law in a call with Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.The investigation, which was opened by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis earlier this month, will probe whether Trump — and now Graham — violated state law in the course of Trump’s attempt to overturn the election results in Georgia following the 2020 presidential election.
In the United States, the Supreme Court inflicts one more defeat on Donald Trump, a months after leaving the White House. The former president has just lost his last resort to block access to his tax returns, as part of an investigation in New York.
With our correspondent in New York, Loubna Anaki
He has been trying to block access to his tax returns for years. Appeal after appeal, complaint after complaint. Donald Trump no longer has an excuse. This is what the Supreme Court decided on Monday, February 22, rejecting the final appeal of the former president.
Republicans Back Trump Because of the Insurrection, Not Despite It
The former president’s ruthlessness remains central to his appeal.How can it be that Democrats and Republicans see the former president in such divergent ways? One common answer is that, thanks to information bubbles, they’re looking at different sets of facts; conservative outlets buried the impeachment hearings compared with other outlets’ coverage. Democrats and independents are still outraged, while Republicans have forgiven and forgotten.
The company that manages its finances immediately made it known that the Manhattan District Attorney's Office would receive all tax documents very soon. Cyrus Vance Jr has been leading a vast investigation into the finances of Donald Trump for nearly 3 years, suspected in particular of tax and banking fraud.
He is one of the only presidents to refuse to make his tax returns public. After the Supreme Court's ruling, which has three judges appointed by Donald Trump, the former US president once again denounced a witch hunt. "The Supreme Court should never have allowed this fishing trip," Donald Trump wrote in a statement.
The Manhattan district attorney was satisfied with three words in reaction to this decision: "The work continues". A sign that Donald Trump's legal problems are likely to continue.
The Voting Rights Act had a surprisingly good day at the Supreme Court .
If the Voting Rights Act survives this latest challenge, thank bad lawyering on the GOP side.The case involves two Arizona laws that make it harder for some voters to cast a ballot. One law requires election officials to discard ballots that are cast in the wrong precinct. The second prohibits many forms of “ballot collection,” where a voter gives their absentee ballot to another person, who then delivers that ballot to the election office so it can be counted.