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Trump is already under felony indictment in New York for falsifying records regarding a $130,000 hush money payment to a porn star, and faces two other criminal probes.
The former president failed to understand a key responsibility in the White House, said Timothy Naftali.
The trailer "blew us all away, including some of the best animators in the world," producer Christopher Miller told The New York Times.
Many Republicans were quick to defend former President Trump after he was indicted by the Department of Justice over his handling of classified materials.
The "Sex and the City" star said friends finally told her about some work that "didn’t look good."
The actor said his wife “deserves” a reprieve from his busy Hollywood career — and he plans to eventually move to a French village with her “to level that out.”
The Fox News exile compared white supremacists and child molesters in a rambling "Tucker on Twitter."
The Los Angeles county district attorney's office had tweeted photos of its entry in a Pride parade, which was met with "homophobic and transphobic slurs."
The shock ruling will start a domino effect, but how far the pieces tumble is up in the air.
FBI agents have arrested a Texas businessman at the center of the scandal that led to the historic impeachment of state Attorney General Ken Paxton.
The tabloid has a long history of slamming the former president on its front page.