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The judge presiding over the Twitter v Elon Musk trial in Delaware says the case will go ahead on 17 October because neither side has asked for a postponement yet. This is despite the Tesla chief executive offering this week to buy the business on the terms agreed in April at the $44bn (£39bn) price, performing a U-turn on his July decision to walk away.
Former US president Donald Trump has falsy claimed that his predecessor, Barack Obama, mishandled official papers as he left the White House. The allegation was made during an address to the Hispanic Leadership Conference organised by the America First Policy Insititute in Miami on Wednesday, 5 October. “Barack Hussein Obama moved more than 20 truckloads, over 33 million pages of papers classified and unclassified, to a poorly built and totally unsafe former furniture store with no security whatsoever,” he claimed. Mr Trump also said that "no other president" has been "harassed and persecuted" like he has. Sign up for our newsletters. Read More Trump will take 'revenge' on Ron DeSantis, historian saysMarjorie Taylor Greene claims Democrats are ‘killing’ Republicans‘Not a good hurricane’: Donald Trump finally comments on Hurricane Ian