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The Trump subpoena probably won’t matter much

14 October 2022

1:19 PM

14 October 2022

1:19 PM

Poor Donald Trump. The January 6 committee has subpoenaed him. The New York attorney general is seeking to put the kibosh on his new Trump II organization. The Supreme Court has rejected his bid to stymie the Mar-a-Lago investigation. What next? Will it turn out that Jared or even — gasp! — Ivanka has been ratting him out to the feds about his hoarding of secret documents at Mar-a-Lago?

Far from ending with his ouster from the White House, the Trump show has become an unending pageant of new plot twists.

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