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Kaitlan Collins
CNN White House Correspondent
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Kaitlan Collins 9h
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Kaitlan Collins 10h
Ivanka Trump sat for a deposition today with investigators from the DC attorney general’s office as part of its lawsuit alleging misuse of inaugural funds, per . Her deposition was disclosed in a new court filing.
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Kaitlan Collins 10h
At least 39 states and DC have certified their election results so far, per .
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Kaitlan Collins 12h
The driver behind Trump's latest pardon talk is a fear he'll be prosecuted once he's out of office. In his recorded address, he says, "I hear that the same people who failed to get me in Washington have sent every piece of information to NY so that they can try to get me there."
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Kaitlan Collins 12h
The attorney general said yesterday the Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security looked into this claim about voting machines changing ballots and saw nothing to substantiate it, yet Trump repeats it today with the presidential seal in front of him.
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Kaitlan Collins 12h
President Trump just posted a 45-minute video on Facebook that he recorded inside the White House where he vows to continue fighting the election results and says his legal team will file more lawsuits, despite how dozens have failed so far. Charts included.
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Kaitlan Collins 13h
Quite a thread on what's happening down in Georgia:
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Oliver Darcy 14h
Worth noting that while some reporters are not permitted inside the WH briefing room due to Covid restrictions, 's husband attended today without a mask. pointed out the mask rules to him, to which a WH staffer incredulously replied, "Kayleigh's husband?"
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CNN 15h
The President's threat to veto an annual defense bill unless Congress removes legal protections for social media companies drew swift, sharp bipartisan pushback from lawmakers who charged Trump was using leverage over the troops to settle personal scores.
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Kaitlan Collins 15h
Kayleigh McEnany, who appeared on Fox News last night to talk about the Trump campaign's efforts to overturn the election, is now referring those questions to the campaign while at the White House lectern.
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Kaitlan Collins 15h
Replying to @mikehahn_
The West Wing’s not that big.
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Kaitlan Collins 15h
Kayleigh McEnany says she doesn't know if President Trump has talked to Attorney General Bill Barr lately, though he was at the White House yesterday for two hours.
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Kaitlan Collins 15h
Jim Inhofe, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, tells he plans to move ahead with the defense spending bill without throwing in a repeal of a liability shield for social media companies, defying Trump's veto threat. Inhofe says he informed Trump of this.
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Michael Casagrande 16h
Saban said he fully expects to coach the Alabama-LSU game Saturday.
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Kaitlan Collins 17h
President Trump is giving the Medal of Freedom to Lou Holtz tomorrow.
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Kaitlan Collins Dec 1
Replying to @kaitlancollins
Trump claimed he won the election “but they don’t like that.” He asked if people were watching the “fraud hearings” — meaning the events Rudy Giuliani has held w/ state legislatures. “Honestly, this is a disgrace,” Trump told the room.
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Kaitlan Collins Dec 1
At a White House Christmas party tonight, President Trump told guests, “It’s been an amazing four years. We are trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I’ll see you in four years.”
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Kaitlan Collins Dec 1
"Prosecutors hadn't provided evidence to the judge, however, of any direct payment, and instead showed evidence that a person was seeking clemency because of past and future political contributions."
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Kaitlan Collins Dec 1
Replying to @kpolantz
Filings don't reveal timeline/names, except that comms between people including at least one lawyer were seized from an office raided sometime before the end of summer, per . No one appears to have been publicly charged w/ a related crime to date.
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Kaitlan Collins Dec 1
Really big news from : The Justice Department is investigating a potential crime related to funneling money to the White House in exchange for a presidential pardon, according to a court record unsealed by the chief judge of the DC District Court.
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