The order from the court on Wednesday keeps Trump's prosecution in the Jan. 6 case on hold.
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The influential Koch network of conservative megadonors announced it will no longer be spending its resources on Haley's presidential bid, saying no outside group can "widen her path to victory."
With just days to go before South Carolina's crucial Republican primary, Nikki Haley is making the case for her continued candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination.
Rep. Matt Rosendale has ended his bid for the Senate less than a week after he launched his campaign. He said in a statement he lacks resources and that the "hill was just too steep to climb."
Last week, three judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected Trump's bid for blanket immunity over acts he allegedly committed while in the White House.
Nikki Haley was the only major candidate left in Nevada's presidential primary election but even that advantage did not help her clinch a win in the contest.
The former president has already violated the gag order twice.
The conservative mega-donor network is throwing its weight behind the former South Carolina governor in an effort to beat former President Donald Trump.
Prosecutors are tying former President Donald Trump to the violent events on Jan. 6, 2021. His lawyers asked a court to strip references to that language from his federal indictment.
She is the last Trump family member expected to be called to the witness stand by the New York state attorney general. Former President Donald Trump and his two oldest sons already testified.