On April 22, in a talk to the conservative Heritage Foundation at the Ritz-Carlton on Amelia Island, Fla., Mr. Trump bragged that during a NATO conference while he was in office, he threatened that he would not honor the NATO treaty’s Article V, the pledge that all signatories would defend any member attacked by Russia.
Think about the timing of dropping that memory bomb.
Was it an accident that Trump made the comments in a speech while Putin carries out his barbarous invasion of Ukraine? At such a moment, would any politician more concerned about Russia’s purposeful murder of civilians than his own future have boasted of a threat not to defend NATO countries?
I think Trump was sending a message to Putin — the 2022 version of his 2016 campaign invitation to hack Hillary Clinton’s email accounts: “Russia, if you are listening
Elon says he's decided not to buy Twitter after all. Can't seem to make up his mind!
No milk! No milk! Cows is evil doncha know?!?Cricket cereal, with milk and maple syrup! Yum!
But....how do you keep them from jumping out of the bowl?
No milk! No milk! Cows is evil doncha know?!?
And milk is just as bad as the rest of the cow!
This is the future: https://www.riotimesonline.com/braz...rm-for-human-consumption-completed-in-canada/
Maybe Elon Musk will step in. Sounds like a real bargain!trump abandons his Truth Social Media:
Donald Trump removed himself from the board of his social media company, records show, just weeks before the company was issued federal subpoenas by both the Securities and Exchange Commission and a grand jury in Manhattan, exclusively reported by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, part of the USA TODAY Network.
Donald Trump is no longer listed as a board member of his media company. The removal comes just prior to the company receiving two federal subpoenas.www.usatoday.com
The SEC's subpoena, according to a filing, seeks "documents relating to, among other things, Digital World and other potential counterparties for a business transaction involving TMTG."
In addition to Trump's company being served by a grand jury, "certain current and former TMTG personnel" were also subpoenaed. Those "personnel" were not identified.
In a statement, Trump Media said it "will continue cooperating fully with inquiries into our planned merger and will comply with subpoenas we've recently received, none of which were directed at the company's chairman or CEO."
What the statement did not mention was that Trump is no longer chairman, at least according to the state business filing.
Truth Social posted a statement on its site Thursday denying that Trump had left the board and calling the report "fake news." The company did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Former California Congressman Devin Nunes is listed as the media company's CEO. A businessman named Phillip Juhan is the company's CFO. They are now the only two board members listed, both using the same Florida office address.