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Fox PoliticsAug 01, 2021
Trump's fundraising prowess: $82 million haul during first half of 2021
Former President Trump's various political committees brought in a combined $82 million in fundraising during the first six months of 2021.

Donald Trump's political organization builds war chest topping $100 million (CNN Politics)
Trump has more than $100 million in political cash after first six months of 2021 (Washington Post Politics)

Yahoo PoliticsAug 01, 2021
Alexander Vindman, the White House staffer who sparked Trump's 1st impeachment, tells his story

Justice Dept tells IRS to turn over Trump tax records to House... (Drudge Report)

Fox PoliticsAug 01, 2021
Kinzinger supports Jan. 6 commission subpoenas for McCarthy, Jordan
GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Sunday said he supported issuing subpoenas for members of Congress who might have had conversations with former President Donald Trump on Jan. 6 before rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol - even if that includes fellow Republicans Kevin McCarthy or Jim Jordan.

The Daily BeastAug 01, 2021
How ‘Coward and Phony' Tim Pool Became One of the Biggest Political YouTubers on the Planet
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/Alamy/GettyBy mid-afternoon of Jan. 4, it had become increasingly clear that a slew of far-right actors were gearing up for violence at the Capitol. Tim Pool derided and dismissed the accurate reporting out of hand.

Of all the ideological enemies Pool, 35, rails against on YouTube for an audience of millions each day, few stack up to the mainstream press. In his mind, then, coverage of then-President Donald Trump's instigations and the mounting threats was yet another example of the media's "depravity," he said.

"What do you think they‘re going to do?" asked Pool. "It's so stupid."

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His campaign is over. But Trump's political groups are still spending donor money at his properties. (Washington Post Politics)

Yahoo PoliticsAug 01, 2021
Kinzinger: McCarthy and Jordan should face Capitol attack subpoenas - but maybe not Trump

Yahoo PoliticsAug 01, 2021
Susan Collins says Trump shouldn't testify to Jan. 6 panel, criticizes it as 'partisan'

Huffington Post PoliticsJul 31, 2021
Watchdog Group Calls For Probe Of Trump's 'Weaponization' Of Justice Department
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington responds to revelations that Trump ordered the DOJ to call election results fraudulent.

New York Times PoliticsJul 31, 2021
Trump Has Built War Chest of More Than $100 Million
In the first six months of 2021, the former president raised far more money online than any other Republican, federal records show, and more than each of his party's three main fund-raising arms.

Yahoo PoliticsJul 31, 2021
Agency: Trump is due $1M tax refund for Chicago skyscraper

Yahoo PoliticsJul 31, 2021
Ex-RNC Chair Michael Steele Blasts Jim Jordan On His Jan. 6 Trump Amnesia

Yahoo PoliticsJul 30, 2021
Trump urged Justice officials to declare election 'corrupt'

Politics - U.S. HouseJul 30, 2021
Trump Tax Returns Must Be Given to Congress, Justice Dept. Says
The Trump administration had stymied the request, and the committee sued to obtain the documents. The former president could still seek an injunction to stop their release to Congress.

Fox PoliticsJul 30, 2021
Biden DOJ says Trump's tax returns can be turned over to Congress
The Department of Justice on Friday said Donald Trump's tax returns must be released by the IRS to the House Ways and Means Committee.

Justice Department advises Biden administration to hand over Trump tax returns to Congress (CNN Politics)

Washington Post PoliticsJul 30, 2021
Congress should get Trump's tax returns, Biden Justice Department says
Biden Justice Department has concluded that seeking Trump's taxes serves "a legitimate legislative purpose."

Democracy NowJul 02, 2021
Trump Organization and Top Company Exec Charged with Tax Fraud. Is Donald Trump Next?
The Manhattan District Attorney's Office has charged former President Donald Trump's family business with operating a 15-year tax fraud scheme, accusing the Trump Organization of helping executives evade taxes by giving them compensation off the books. Allen Weisselberg, the company's chief financial officer, who has worked with Trump for decades, was also charged with grand larceny for avoiding taxes on $1.7 million in perks that he did not report as income. Weisselberg surrendered Thursday and pleaded not guilty, and he could face up to a decade in prison if convicted. Legal experts suggest prosecutors targeted Weisselberg with the hope he will flip and help investigators in other ongoing probes into the former president's company. "Donald Trump, while not named in the indictment, is all over the document in terms of actions he had to take," says David Cay Johnston, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter who has followed Donald Trump and his finances for more than 30 years. "Donald Trump and the people around him believe that they shouldn't be subject to the law."
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