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The president already is the subject of investigations by New York officials, and he may be implicated by federal authorities as well. As a private citizen, he would no longer enjoy de facto immunity.The president already is the subject of investigations by New York officials, and he may be implicated by federal authorities as well. As a private citizen, he would no longer enjoy de facto immunity.

Out Of Office, Trump Could Face Significant Legal Peril : NPR

A few miles south of the namesake tower where Donald Trump began his run for president, New York prosecutors are grinding away at an investigation into his business dealings that could shadow him... A few miles south of the namesake tower where Donald Trump began his run for president, New York prosecutors are grinding away at an investigation into his business dealings that could shadow him...

On November 24, President Trump will pardon the National Thanksgiving Turkey. And you get to decide which turkey he pardons.On November 24, President Trump will pardon the National Thanksgiving Turkey. And you get to decide which turkey he pardons.

Turkey Pardoning | The White House

The only way Donald Trump will leave the White House is if we convince him he’ll be better off out of office.The only way Donald Trump will leave the White House is if we convince him he’ll be better off out of office.

Let’s Give Trump A Little Help - Progressive.org

When Donald J. Trump leaves office, he will, like many con artists before him, leave behind a huge mess for others to clean up. The pandemic that hisWhen Donald J. Trump leaves office, he will, like many con artists before him, leave behind a huge mess for others to clean up. The pandemic that his

The Case for Prosecuting Trump | by Ankush Khardori | The New York Review of Books

President could use annual event to continue pushing baseless claims of voter fraud in states he narrowly lost to Joe BidenPresident could use annual event to continue pushing baseless claims of voter fraud in states he narrowly lost to Joe Biden

Trump expected to issue a pardon before Thanksgiving – to a lucky turkey | The Independent

The annual Thanksgiving "turkey pardoning" tradition at the White House was made official in 1989, under former President George H.W. Bush.The annual Thanksgiving "turkey pardoning" tradition at the White House was made official in 1989, under former President George H.W. Bush.

Trump's presidential Thanksgiving turkey pardon to feature Iowa birds

DONALD TRUMP will not go on his traditional Thanksgiving vacation at his Mar-a-Lago resort and will spend the holiday at the White House instead, an aide to Melania Trump has claimed.DONALD TRUMP will not go on his traditional Thanksgiving vacation at his Mar-a-Lago resort and will spend the holiday at the White House instead, an aide to Melania Trump has claimed.

Donald Trump news: POTUS refuses to leave White House after election loss | World | News | Express.co.uk

Trump has in past years spent the holiday at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida along with his family.Trump has in past years spent the holiday at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida along with his family.

Trump hunkers down at White House for Thanksgiving as ouster looms

The White House Press Office, one of the most visible parts of any presidential administration, is going to look very different under Joe Biden. The White House Press Office, one of the most visible parts of any presidential administration, is going to look very different under Joe Biden. 

How Biden’s White House media operation will differ from Trump’s

Despite the angst surrounding the growing number of coronavirus cases nationwide and the ongoing upheaval over President Trump's refusal to concede the election to President-elect Joe Biden, there will still be a turkey pardon at the White House next week. Despite the angst surrounding the growing number of coronavirus cases nationwide and the ongoing upheaval over President Trump's refusal to concede the election to President-elect Joe Biden, there will still be a turkey pardon at the White House next week. 

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Wednesday brushed off concerns about President Donald Trump’s decision to change Thanksgiving plans amid…White House Assures Nation Will Hear From Bunkered Trump 'At The Right Moment'

White House Assures Nation Will Hear From Bunkered Trump ‘At The Right Moment’ | Talking Points Memo

Pastor Greg Locke appears to believe that Donald Trump’s fortunes are set to change, and president-elect Joe Biden is headed for prison — not the White House. “Trump is staying in the ...Pastor Greg Locke appears to believe that Donald Trump’s fortunes are set to change, and president-elect Joe Biden is headed for prison — not the White House. “Trump is staying in the ...

Donald Trump Is Remaining President And Joe Biden Is ‘Going To Prison,’ Pastor Says

Since the election, President Donald Trump has largely confined himself to the White House watching cable news, tweeting, and firing senior officials.Since the election, President Donald Trump has largely confined himself to the White House watching cable news, tweeting, and firing senior officials.

Trump cancels Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago, aides say 'bunker mentality' - Business Insider

Despite the pandemic and President Trump largely disappearing from public events in the wake of this month’s election, the turkey pardon will go on.Despite the pandemic and President Trump largely disappearing from public events in the wake of this month’s election, the turkey pardon will go on.

White House moving forward with turkey pardon amid pandemic, post-election fight | TheHill

Despite the pandemic and President Trump largely disappearing from public events in the wake of this month’s election, the turkey pardon will go on.Despite the pandemic and President Trump largely disappearing from public events in the wake of this month’s election, the turkey pardon will go on.

White House moving forward with turkey pardon amid pandemic, post-election fight | TheHill

Donald Trump will not be making his annual Thanksgiving appearance at Mar-a-Lago this year. Instead, White House aides say the president...Donald Trump will not be making his annual Thanksgiving appearance at Mar-a-Lago this year. Instead, White House aides say the president has adopted a "bunker mentality."

Donald Trump Cancels Mar-a-Lago Thanksgiving, Adopts "Bunker Mentality" (Report) - The Hollywood Gossip

Trump and his family typically spend the holiday in Palm Beach and have Thanksgiving dinner in a ballroom alongside dues-paying members who purchase tickets to attend.Trump and his family typically spend the holiday in Palm Beach and have Thanksgiving dinner in a ballroom alongside dues-paying members who purchase tickets to attend.

Trump to spend Thanksgiving at White House

President Trump will stay hunkered down in the White House for Thanksgiving, instead of his annual pilgrimage to Mar-a-Lago, as he continues fuming over losing…Trump Will Hunker Down In WH For Thanksgiving Amid Refusal To Accept Reality

Trump Will Hunker Down In WH For Thanksgiving Amid Refusal To Accept Reality | Talking Points Memo

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will not travel to Florida to spend Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago this year, marking a break with tradition for the first family as the president refuses to accept defeat in the 2020 election.President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will not travel to Florida to spend Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago this year, marking a break with tradition for the first family as the president refuses to

Trumps to spend Thanksgiving at White House instead of traveling to Florida | TheHill

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will not travel to Florida to spend Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago this year, marking a break with tradition for the first family as the president refuses to accept defeat in the 2020 election.President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will not travel to Florida to spend Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago this year, marking a break with tradition for the first family as the president refuses to

Trumps to spend Thanksgiving at White House instead of traveling to Florida | TheHill

The president has made only a few appearances since the election more than two weeks agoThe president has made only a few appearances since the election more than two weeks ago

Donald, Melania Trump Will Spend Thanksgiving at the White House | PEOPLE.com

The president has made only a few appearances since the election more than two weeks agoThe president has made only a few appearances since the election more than two weeks ago

Donald, Melania Trump Will Spend Thanksgiving at the White House | PEOPLE.com

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will spend Thanksgiving at the White House this year, according to the first lady's chief of staff.President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will spend Thanksgiving at the White House this year, according to the first lady’s chief of staff. The holiday plans are a change in tradition for

Trump to spend Thanksgiving at White House

Donald Trump and Melania Trump will be spending Thanksgiving a little differently this year. For the past three years, they have taken a trip to Mar-a-Lago but are now reportedly set to skip those plans and spend this year’s holiday at the White House. The chief of staff for the first lady, [...]Donald Trump and Melania Trump will be spending Thanksgiving a little differently this year. For [...]

Donald and Melania Trump Scrap Thanksgiving Plans in Wake of Election Loss

WASHINGTON — The Latest on President-elect Joe Biden (all times local):6:45 p.m.President Donald Trump and the first lady will be spending Thanksgiving at the White House instead of attending the annual dinner at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.The first lady’s spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, confirmed the plans in a “Holiday Scheduling Update” on Twitter on Tuesday evening.Trump and his family typically spend the holiday in Palm Beach and have Thanksgiving dinner in a ballroom alongside dues-paying members who purchase tickets to attend.A spokesperson for the Trump Organization did not respond to questions Tuesday about whether the Mar-a-Lago event would be held given the spike in coronavirus cases and pleas from public health officials for Americans to limit the number of people they socialize with indoors this holiday season to limit the spread.___HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PRESIDENT-ELECT JOE BIDEN'S TRANSITION TO THE WHITE HOUSE:A new study is warning that the Trump administration's refusal to recognize President-elect Joe Biden's victory could have long-term consequences for the incoming president's agenda, particularly when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic.Read more:— Georgia elections chief battles fellow Republicans, Trump— Murphy’s choice: Fed official has say on transition launch— Biden filling top White House team with campaign veterans— Financially troubled startup helped power Trump campaign___HERE'S WHAT ELSE IS GOING ON:4 p.m.Kamala Harris has returned to the Capitol for the first time as vice-president-elect.Harris, who is still a senator from California, voted against Judy Shelton, a controversial nominee for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Her vote on Tuesday helped stall Shelton’s confirmation.Harris also received a classified intelligence briefing and met with her Senate staff. Harris is a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and her continued attendance at intelligence briefings comes as the Trump administration blocks President-elect Joe Biden from receiving such briefings. President Donald Trump has refused to acknowledged Biden’s victory, and the traditional transition process is not moving forward.Asked about Trump’s false claims he won the election, Harris told reporters: “The American people want leaders that respect our democracy and our democratic process.”___3:35 p.m.The Trump administration’s refusal to recognize President-elect Joe Biden’s victory could have long-term consequences for the incoming president’s agenda, particularly in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.A new study warns that an abbreviated transition could impair Biden’s ability to fill the more than 1,200 administration jobs requiring Senate confirmation, including key Cabinet and sub-Cabinet posts on the front lines of addressing the outbreak.The paper from the Center for Presidential Transition at the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service examined the different pace of confirmations for President George W. Bush, whose transition didn’t begin until after the Florida recount concluded on Dec. 13, 2000, and President Barack Obama. Obama was able to confirm twice the number of Senate-approved appointments, including national security postings, at the 100-day mark than his predecessor, who had a shorter period to plan to assume the White House.The study states: “Further delays by the General Services Administration in recognizing the outcome of the Nov. 3 election could impede the ability of President-elect Joe Biden to make timely and critical appointments for key COVID-19 and national security-related positions, thereby weakening the government’s ability to protect our nation and distribute life-saving vaccines.”___2:10 p.m.Leaders of the American Hospital Association, American Medical Association and American Nurses Association say the Trump administration must share critical COVID-19 information with President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team “to save countless lives.”The groups said in a letter sent to the White House on Tuesday that, in order to plan, the Biden team needs information on medication and testing supplies, personal protective equipment, ventilators, hospital bed capacity and workforce availability.The letter says, “All information about the capacity of the Strategic National Stockpile, the assets from Operation Warp Speed, and plans for dissemination of therapeutics and vaccines needs to be shared as quickly as possible ... so that there is no lapse in our ability to care for patients.”It was signed by Richard Pollack, president of the American Hospital Association; Dr. James Madara, the AMA’s CEO; and Debbie Dawson Hatmaker, acting CEO of the nurses association.___1:45 p.m.The Congressional Hispanic Caucus is asking to meet with president-elect Joe Biden to discuss plans and staff for his incoming administration.In a letter obtained by The Associated Press, the five leaders of the CHC write that they are hoping to “discuss matters urgent to the Caucus, including the composition of your administration and forthcoming legislative agenda.”They also say they’d like to work with Biden on “critical issues affecting Hispanics,” which include an “equitable recovery to COVID-19,” immigration, equitable education and health care access, racial justice and civil rights protections.Biden has pledged that tackling immigration will be one of his top priorities as president, but it’s unclear where the issue falls on a long list of legislative promises Biden has made throughout his campaign.He has, however, already named a number of Latinos to key positions in his White House staff, including Anthony Bernal and Julissa Reynoso Pantaleon, who will both have top roles on Jill Biden’s staff, and Julie Chavez Rodriguez, who will be director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs.___1:20 p.m.Israel’s president and prime minister spoke with Joe Biden on Tuesday for the first time since his victory in the U.S. election, joining other world leaders in referring to him as the president-elect despite President Donald Trump’s refusal to concede.Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a close ally of Trump, congratulated Biden after the election was called earlier this month but did not refer to him as president-elect then and has avoided commenting on the election results.Israelis have welcomed Trump’s “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran and his unprecedented support for Israel in the conflict with the Palestinians. Biden’s plans to return to the Iran nuclear agreement and press for the revival of the Mideast peace process could set him on a collision course with Netanyahu, who had icy relations with the Obama administration.“In a warm conversation, the president-elect reiterated his deep commitment to the state of Israel and its security,” Netanyahu’s office said in a statement.Netanyahu ”said that the special bond between Israel and the US is a fundamental component of Israel’s security and its policy. The two agreed to meet soon in order to discuss the many issues on the agenda and reiterated the need to continue bolstering the steadfast alliance between the U.S. and Israel,” the statement said.Israel’s ceremonial president, Reuven Rivlin, also spoke with Biden and congratulated him on the election, calling him “a long-standing friend of the state of Israel.” He added: “Our friendship is based on values that are beyond partisan politics and that we have no doubt that, under your leadership, the United States is committed to Israel’s security and success.”The Associated PressWASHINGTON — The Latest on President-elect Joe Biden (all times local):6:45 p.m.President Donald Trump and the first lady will be spending Thanksgiving at the White House instead of attending the annual dinner at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.The first lady’s spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, confirmed the plans in a “Holiday Scheduling Update” on Twitter on Tuesday evening.Trump and his family typically spend the holiday in Palm Beach and have Thanksgiving dinner in a ballroom alongside dues-paying members who purchase tickets to attend.A spokesperson for the Trump Organization did not respond to questions Tuesday about whether the Mar-a-Lago event would be held given the spike in coronavirus cases and pleas from public health officials for Americans to limit the number of people they socialize with indoors this holiday season to limit the spread.___HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PRESIDENT-ELECT JOE BIDEN'S TRANSITION TO THE WHITE HOUSE:A new study is warning that the Trump administration's refusal to recognize President-elect Joe Biden's victory could have long-term consequences for the incoming president's agenda, particularly when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic.Read more:— Georgia elections chief battles fellow Republicans, Trump— Murphy’s choice: Fed official has say on transition launch— Biden filling top White House team with campaign veterans— Financially troubled startup helped power Trump campaign___HERE'S WHAT ELSE IS GOING ON:4 p.m.Kamala Harris has returned to the Capitol for the first time as vice-president-elect.Harris, who is still a senator from California, voted against Judy Shelton, a controversial nominee for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Her vote on Tuesday helped stall Shelton’s confirmation.Harris also received a classified intelligence briefing and met with her Senate staff. Harris is a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and her continued attendance at intelligence briefings comes as the Trump administration blocks President-elect Joe Biden from receiving such briefings. President Donald Trump has refused to acknowledged Biden’s victory, and the traditional transition process is not moving forward.Asked about Trump’s false claims he won the election, Harris told reporters: “The American people want leaders that respect our democracy and our democratic process.”___3:35 p.m.The Trump administration’s refusal to recognize President-elect Joe Biden’s victory could have long-term consequences for the incoming president’s agenda, particularly in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.A new study warns that an abbreviated transition could impair Biden’s ability to fill the more than 1,200 administration jobs requiring Senate confirmation, including key Cabinet and sub-Cabinet posts on the front lines of addressing the outbreak.The paper from the Center for Presidential Transition at the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service examined the different pace of confirmations for President George W. Bush, whose transition didn’t begin until after the Florida recount concluded on Dec. 13, 2000, and President Barack Obama. Obama was able to confirm twice the number of Senate-approved appointments, including national security postings, at the 100-day mark than his predecessor, who had a shorter period to plan to assume the White House.The study states: “Further delays by the General Services Administration in recognizing the outcome of the Nov. 3 election could impede the ability of President-elect Joe Biden to make timely and critical appointments for key COVID-19 and national security-related positions, thereby weakening the government’s ability to protect our nation and distribute life-saving vaccines.”___2:10 p.m.Leaders of the American Hospital Association, American Medical Association and American Nurses Association say the Trump administration must share critical COVID-19 information with President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team “to save countless lives.”The groups said in a letter sent to the White House on Tuesday that, in order to plan, the Biden team needs information on medication and testing supplies, personal protective equipment, ventilators, hospital bed capacity and workforce availability.The letter says, “All information about the capacity of the Strategic National Stockpile, the assets from Operation Warp Speed, and plans for dissemination of therapeutics and vaccines needs to be shared as quickly as possible ... so that there is no lapse in our ability to care for patients.”It was signed by Richard Pollack, president of the American Hospital Association; Dr. James Madara, the AMA’s CEO; and Debbie Dawson Hatmaker, acting CEO of the nurses association.___1:45 p.m.The Congressional Hispanic Caucus is asking to meet with president-elect Joe Biden to discuss plans and staff for his incoming administration.In a letter obtained by The Associated Press, the five leaders of the CHC write that they are hoping to “discuss matters urgent to the Caucus, including the composition of your administration and forthcoming legislative agenda.”They also say they’d like to work with Biden on “critical issues affecting Hispanics,” which include an “equitable recovery to COVID-19,” immigration, equitable education and health care access, racial justice and civil rights protections.Biden has pledged that tackling immigration will be one of his top priorities as president, but it’s unclear where the issue falls on a long list of legislative promises Biden has made throughout his campaign.He has, however, already named a number of Latinos to key positions in his White House staff, including Anthony Bernal and Julissa Reynoso Pantaleon, who will both have top roles on Jill Biden’s staff, and Julie Chavez Rodriguez, who will be director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs.___1:20 p.m.Israel’s president and prime minister spoke with Joe Biden on Tuesday for the first time since his victory in the U.S. election, joining other world leaders in referring to him as the president-elect despite President Donald Trump’s refusal to concede.Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a close ally of Trump, congratulated Biden after the election was called earlier this month but did not refer to him as president-elect then and has avoided commenting on the election results.Israelis have welcomed Trump’s “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran and his unprecedented support for Israel in the conflict with the Palestinians. Biden’s plans to return to the Iran nuclear agreement and press for the revival of the Mideast peace process could set him on a collision course with Netanyahu, who had icy relations with the Obama administration.“In a warm conversation, the president-elect reiterated his deep commitment to the state of Israel and its security,” Netanyahu’s office said in a statement.Netanyahu ”said that the special bond between Israel and the US is a fundamental component of Israel’s security and its policy. The two agreed to meet soon in order to discuss the many issues on the agenda and reiterated the need to continue bolstering the steadfast alliance between the U.S. and Israel,” the statement said.Israel’s ceremonial president, Reuven Rivlin, also spoke with Biden and congratulated him on the election, calling him “a long-standing friend of the state of Israel.” He added: “Our friendship is based on values that are beyond partisan politics and that we have no doubt that, under your leadership, the United States is committed to Israel’s security and success.”The Associated Press

The Latest: Trump to spend Thanksgiving at White House

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will remain at the White House for Thanksgiving this year.President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will remain at the White House for Thanksgiving this year.

President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump to Spend Thanksgiving at the White House

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump will spend Thanksgiving at the White House this year.President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump will spend Thanksgiving at the White House this year.

Donald Trump CANCELS Mar-a-Lago Thanksgiving trip for White House | Daily Mail Online

Donald Trump will lose power — and immunity from prosecution — upon leaving office.Donald Trump will lose power — and immunity from prosecution — upon leaving office.

Donald Trump faces criminal probe, legal fights after leaving office - NZ Herald

It isn’t known whether any investigation has sufficient evidence to make Trump the first ex-president charged with a crime.President Donald Trump’s legal entanglements are likely to intensify when he leaves the White House and loses immunity from prosecution.

Legal probes set to intensify for Trump after White House | wzzm13.com

Updated at 4:23 p.m. ETOf all the perks of being president, Donald Trump may soon miss most the legal protection that it affords. For four years, Trump hasUpdated at 4:23 p.m. ETOf all the perks of being president, Donald Trump may soon miss most the legal protection that it affords. For four years, Trump has

Once Out Of Office, Trump Faces Significant Legal Jeopardy | New Hampshire Public Radio

The First Family will spend Thanksgiving at the White House as President Trump hunkers down for what he wants the public to think is an epic fight for his political life.The First Family will spend Thanksgiving at the White House as President Trump hunkers down for what he wants the public to think is an epic fight for his political life.

Trump hunkers down at White House for Thanksgiving - New York Daily News

Once out of office, Trump won’t be able to point to his busy schedule as a reason to delay civil lawsuits

Criminal probe, legal fights await Donald Trump after White House - cleveland.com

The president's legal entanglements are likely to intensify when leaves the White House in January 2021 and loses immunity from prosecution.

Trump faces criminal investigations, questions about taxes once he leaves White House - oregonlive.com

Breaking a three-year tradition, President Donald Trump will remain at the White House this Thanksgiving instead of his Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago estate.Breaking a three-year tradition, President Donald Trump will remain at the White House this Thanksgiving instead of his Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago estate.

Donald Trump will not visit Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach on Thanksgiving

Trump and his family typically spend the holiday in Palm Beach and have Thanksgiving dinner in a ballroom alongside dues-paying members who purchase tickets to attend.

Trump spending Thanksgiving at White House - al.com

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will not travel to Florida to spend Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago this year, marking a break with tradition for the first family as the president refuses to accept defeat in the 2020 election.Stephanie Grisham, the chief of staff for the first lady, tweeted that Melania Trump and the president will celebrate Thanksgiving at the White House. Holiday Scheduling Update: The @POTUS & @flotus will be...

Trumps to spend Thanksgiving at White House instead of traveling to Florida