After Melania Trump missed key events in her husband’s presidential campaign — from the kickoff in Iowa to Donald Trump’s ...
In a request to keep Donald Trump’s gag order partially in place after his 34 felony convictions, prosecutors from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office cited some darned good reasons for ...
"We would walk in, and there would just be [a] plethora of just food everywhere," Trump attorney Todd Blanche said.
In this high-stakes final endeavor, it appeared that Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Joshua Steinglass’ summation significantly outmatched that of Todd Blanche, the former president’s ...
The one man perhaps even more anxious for a verdict in the Trump hush-money trial than Donald Trump himself is Todd Blanche. Trump has already reportedly expressed his frustration with Blanche ...
Todd Blanche was sitting to Trump’s left in the Manhattan courtroom as the verdict was read - the jury foreman repeating the word “guilty” 34 times. “I was shocked at how he took the ...
Todd Blanche was sitting to Trump’s left in the Manhattan courtroom as the verdict was read — the jury foreman repeating the word “guilty” 34 times. "I was shocked at how he took the ...
So, you might assume that Trump will blame them and not the lead defense attorney Todd Blanche if the case ends in a conviction. But Trump has his own logic. He repeatedly leveled the same insults ...
Todd Blanche, former President Donald Trump's hush money trial defense attorney, said he lost between seven and eight pounds during the ordeal because he skipped the high calorie McDonald's luncheons.
Donald Trump's defense lawyer in his New York City criminal hush money trial, Todd Blanche, said the team always ensured there was a "plethora" of food and noted the former president's unhealthy ...
at least according to lead Trump attorney Todd Blanche. The former president was found guilty on 34 felony counts by a dozen New Yorkers on Thursday. Blanche said Trump was “very much involved ...
Former President Trump’s attorney Todd Blanche argued against a jail sentence for his client following his conviction Thursday in his hush money case, citing the presumptive GOP nominee’s age.