Former President Donald Trump on April 4 stood before a New York state judge in lower Manhattan and pleaded not guilty to a litany of felony charges. His appearance Tuesday afternoon coincided with the unsealing of the indictment against him. This comes after the former president was officially indicted on Thursday by a grand jury after a nearly two-year investigation by District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
Revolver News founder and editor Darren Beattie tells NTD’s Stefania Cox that the First Amendment implications are profound in the Department of Justice’s recent conviction of meme-maker Douglass Mackey for interference in the 2016 election.
A sensitive meeting is set to take place Wednesday between House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Taiwan’s president. Tsai Ing-wen’s U.S. stopover is drawing the ire of the Chinese regime, which claims the democratically ruled island as its own.