Marla Maples, the ex-wife of Donald Trump, expressed the joy of cherished moments with dear friends and family. She extended gratitude to Carmen for hosting the gathering, where everyone brought their favorite dishes, creating a blend of flavors, prayers, and fun. Donald Trump’s daughter Tiffany was with Maples instead of her father for Thanksgiving. Maples shared a photo of her family in Georgia, acknowledging the missed presence of loved ones but expressing happiness that they could be together. In a heartfelt message, she conveyed love to her “baby sister,” Dean, little Liam, and her father Stan. The post encapsulates the warmth and appreciation for simple times spent with loved ones.
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold expressed deep concern over a recent ruling allowing Donald Trump to remain on the Republican primary ballot in Colorado for the 2024 presidential election. The ruling by Colorado Judge Sarah Wallace, while permitting Trump’s inclusion on the ballot, came with a finding that the former president had engaged in incitement during the January 6, 2021 insurrection.
In an interview on MSNBC with Ali Velshi, Griswold criticized the decision as an “incredibly narrow reading” of the law, indicating her surprise and dismay at the implications of the ruling. The essence of her concern lies in the apparent contradiction that individuals engaging in insurrection are barred from lower offices but not from seeking the presidency.
Griswold stressed the troubling nature of a scenario where the presidency serves as a “get out of jail free” card for those involved in acts of insurrection. She underlined the expectation that the president, as the highest officeholder tasked with safeguarding the Constitution, should not be exempt from accountability for actions that undermine the democratic process.
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