Examining the legal threats President Trump could face if he loses
The Justice Department has long held that a sitting president cannot be indicted for a crime. However, President Trump could face a cascade of lawsuits and investigations if he loses this November. David Yaffe-Bellany of Bloomberg News joined CBSN with more on the potential cases.
You Might Like
💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions
Chris Krebs: "Proof is in the ballots" that election was secureSee the interview with the man President Trump fired after saying the election was secure, Sunday on 60 Minutes.
Chris Krebs responds to election manipulation claimsSee the interview with the man President Trump fired after saying the election was secure, Sunday night on 60 Minutes.
Trump continues unfounded election fraud claims as his campaign takes another legal blowA day after saying he would accept the results of the Electoral College, President Trump is now falsely setting a new bar for Joe Biden to enter the White House...
US election: He donated $2.5 million to Donald Trump's legal fund. Now he wants his money backA man who donated $2.5 million to the Texas "True the Vote" campaign, which aimed to prove there was election fraud, wants his money back and is suing for a..
Donor to pro-Trump group sues to get his money back after dropped election lawsuitsFred Eshelman, who gave $2.5 million to the group True the Vote to back President Trump's challenges to the election, is suing for his money back.
Justice Department appeals ruling in E. Jean Carroll lawsuitSubstituting the United States for Trump would leave taxpayers responsible for any payout in the case.
Trump Pardons Michael Flynn
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:32Published
Trump plans to pardon Michael Flynn: source
Credit: Reuters - Politics Duration: 01:19Published
New report details Trump effort to seize private land for border wallThe Justice Department has filed more than 100 lawsuits against landowners to seize their property along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Questions over AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine data
Credit: Reuters - Politics Duration: 01:29Published
Some Amazon workers get $3,000 bonuses. Others got $10.(Bloomberg) — Amazon.com Inc. is doling out hiring bonuses as high as $3,000 to make sure it has enough people to squeak through the busy holiday shopping..
Elon Musk overtakes Bill Gates to become world’s second richest person behind Jeff BezosPhoto by Maja Hitij/Getty Images
Elon Musk has passed Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates to become the world’s second richest person, according to the..
Foxconn’s Wisconsin factory reportedly wins Google server manufacturing contractPhoto by Brendan Smialowski / AFP via Getty Images
Foxconn is reportedly planning to assemble Google server components at its beleaguered Wisconsin..
Related videos from verified sources