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Ivanka Trump Deposition Remarks ‘Highly Misleading,’ Says D.C. Attorney General

The attorney general for the District of Columbia has said an investigation into how money was spent for President Donald Trump’s 2017 inauguration is not “politically motivated” and Ivanka Trump’s comments to the contrary were “highly misleading.”



Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump are posing for a picture: President Donald Trump listens as his daughter Ivanka Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the Kenosha Regional Airport on November 02, 2020 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Ivanka Trump gave a deposition to the D.C. attorney general's office this week.


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President Donald Trump listens as his daughter Ivanka Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the Kenosha Regional Airport on November 02, 2020 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Ivanka Trump gave a deposition to the D.C. attorney general’s office this week.

Karl A. Racine, a Democrat, was responding to a claim made by the president’s daughter. She had posted on Twitter on Thursday about making a deposition to the attorney general’s office in relation to the probe.

His office sued the Presidential Inaugural Committee in January, alleging the nonprofit misspent more than $1 million raised by “grossly overpaying” the Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C.

“This week I spent 5+ hours

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Judge orders post office to seek undelivered ballots; misleading robocalls, isolated incidents of glitches pop up

Isolated incidents of technological glitches and some apparent efforts to suppress voting – in the form of misleading robocalls being probed by the FBI in several states – kept poll watchers and voters vigilant Tuesday on one of the most divisive Election Days in modern history.

The Election Day voting process hasn’t been easy for voters in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida

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More than 100 million ballots were cast before the first poll sites opened Tuesday, according to the U.S. Elections Project website, but long lines still greeted voters at some locations.

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, which has battled in the courts to expand voting access this election season, detailed some Election Day complaints handled by its hotline. Pennsylvania, Florida and Michigan – battleground states all – drew the highest volume of calls. Many of them were standard fare for the day, such

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