The line could semi-plausibly be interpreted to mean that Trump was not intimidated by Clinton—as in, “The huge wheels on your truck don’t impress me; I’m pretty sure I could still beat you in a mud-pull.” Based on the applause and laughter the line drew from the North Carolina crowd, though, it’s safe to say Trump’s fans interpreted the remark the other way. The joke, such as it is, is tonally identical to certain other faux-subtle jokes Trump has been making—namely, the ones about how the women who have accused him of groping are too ugly to sexually assault.It also fits with another comment he made about the lurking accusation after the debate: “What did the paper say?On May 12, four days after fired FBI director James Comey testified before Congress about President Trump's potential obstruction of justice, Trump tweeted, "James Comey better hope that there are no ‘tapes’ of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!

Though ignoring them might seem like the easiest way out, we often have to speak to the people who we most want to avoid.

Whatever your situation, you can learn to speak with confidence by boosting your self esteem, being assertive, and overcoming your feelings of intimidation.

The court required jurors deciding the case to make a unanimous decision rather than a majority vote.

Further, jurors were also required to answer “yes” to three questions propounded by the court, if they were to issue a verdict in the DOJ’s favor.

In an interview with "Fox & Friends" broadcast today, when reporter Ainsley Earhardt suggested that Trump tweeted about possible recordings to ensure Mr.

Comey “stayed honest in those hearings,” Trump paused before responding, “Well, it wasn’t very stupid, I can tell you that.” He added: “He did admit that what I said was right, and if you look further back before he heard about that I think maybe he wasn’t admitting that.” The threshold for witness intimidation is "corrupt intent." Some experts say Trump's tweet qualifies.

At a rally in North Carolina Friday, Donald Trump took issue with the idea that, at the second presidential debate, he did something improper by lurking behind Hillary Clinton while she spoke.

Clinton herself addressed Trump’s body language in an interview with Ellen De Generes this week, accurately calling it “odd” and “really weird,” and saying she could “feel his presence” behind her.

Anti-choice activist Angel Dillard did not intend to intimidate a Kansas physician with a 2011 letter warning that the doctor would be looking under her car every day for bombs, an eight-person jury decided in U. The case began when the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a civil lawsuit against Dillard in April 2011, saying that her letter to Dr.