Trump news – live: Truth Social bots are launched as UK firm considers legal action over logo


Hilary Clinton knocks Donald Trump into ‘problems’

Donald Trump’s new social media venture, Truth Social, has had problems since arriving in the Apple App Store last night. Users trying to sign up reported error messages and found themselves added to a growing queue, with some seeing their queue numbers increase rather than decrease.

The app is also at risk of being sued by a British company whose logo is almost identical to the one used by the new platform. In a statement to The IndependentTRAILAR said “we are now seeking legal advice to understand the next steps and options available to protect our brand.

“TRAILAR has no affiliation or connection with the Truth Social network site, as our business is firmly focused on decarbonizing global transportation through the use of solar and data-driven technologies.”

The launch of the new ‘free speech’ app comes after a torrid week of news for the former president. In a letter to Congress on Friday, the US National Archives and Records Administration revealed that Mr. Trump had brought several boxes containing “classified national security information” to his residence in Florida, raising the possibility of a congressional investigation and legal sanction for violating White House records. conservation laws.


The Capitol’s security fence could remain to prevent disruptions to the State of the Union

Security fences could ring again at the US Capitol as law enforcement authorities prepare for possible attempts to disrupt President Joe Biden’s first State of the Union address with the same tactics used by the truckers who paralyzed Canada’s capital and halted traffic on a vital link between the United States and Canada. trade route at the beginning of the month.

Andrew Feinberg reports from Washington, DC.

Olivier O’ConnellFebruary 21, 2022 7:32 p.m.


Explanation: Presidents Day 2022

Olivier O’ConnellFebruary 21, 2022 7:15 p.m.


“At least our candidates accept defeat”

Senator Ted Cruz has accused Mexico of “undermining the rule of law,” and the Mexican government hit back Friday, saying that at least candidates in Mexico admit defeat when they lose elections.

Olivier O’ConnellFebruary 21, 2022 6:50 p.m.


Truth Social threatened with legal action by little-known UK company with identical logo

A little-known British company appeared to threaten Donald Trump with legal action after it launched its social media platform, Truth Social, with a logo almost identical to an existing design.

Olivier O’ConnellFebruary 21, 2022 6:30 p.m.


Marjorie Taylor Greene complains about being treated ‘like I’m some kind of crazy’

QAnon-supporting Georgia congresswoman who once suggested the California wildfires were caused by a Jewish-controlled space laser and expressed fears that a chilled tomato soup police force would be deployed against her by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is now complaining that she is being treated as “crazy” by Democrats and the American press.

Andrew Feinberg reports from Washington, DC.

Olivier O’ConnellFebruary 21, 2022 6:05 p.m.


John Oliver berates Conservatives’ ‘manufactured panic’ over critical race theory

John Oliver delivered a detailed rebuke to what he called the “manufactured panic” of conservatives over the teaching of critical race theory.

Clémence Michallon reports for The Independent.

Olivier O’ConnellFebruary 21, 2022 5:45 p.m.


GOP mocked for marking Presidents Day by praising Nixon and Trump

Olivier O’ConnellFebruary 21, 2022 5:25 p.m.


Trump against the fifth amendment

Anti-Trump campaign group MeidasTouch is enjoying a hit with a new campaign video rounding up all the times Donald Trump accused his haters of advocating the Fifth Amendment (whether they actually did or not), just like he and many of his allies face an extreme legal situation. pressure that can force them to do just that…

Andrew NaughtyFebruary 21, 2022 5:00 p.m.


Republican Party Promoting Social Truth

Truth Social may be a private company started by someone with no bona fide political office, but the Republican Party is trying to boost its image nonetheless:

Andrew NaughtyFebruary 21, 2022 4:39 p.m.


GOP senator torn over Trump’s ‘bandwagon’ comments

Yesterday, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott strongly hinted to Maria Bartiromo, one of Fox’s most dedicated pro-Trump hosts, that he was ready to be Donald Trump’s running mate in 2024 – claiming that “he is always the strongest voice” of the party and that “he decides the future of our party and our country”.

The segment was not well received outside of the pro-Trump firmament.

Andrew NaughtyFebruary 21, 2022 4:15 p.m.


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