Trump Tried To Pay His Legal Bills With A Horse

A lot of things happened. Here are some of the things. This is TPM’s Morning Memo. Neigh An upcoming book by New York Times reporter David Enrich includes an amazing

story of Trump trying to stiff a lawyer (to whom he owed $2 million) by offering to give him a deed to a stallion that was supposedly worth $5 million instead. However, the

lawyer apparently refused to accept live animals as payment, telling Trump that “this isn’t the 1800s” and “you can’t pay me with a horse.” Judge Approves Trump’s Special

Master Request Federal District Judge Aileen Cannon, who was appointed by Trump, ordered on Monday that a third-party special master be appointed to sift through the materials

the FBI seized from Mar-a-Lago. A DOJ spokesperson didn’t say what prosecutors’ next move will be, only that the DOJ would be “examining the opinion and will consider

appropriate next steps.” Legal experts tore into Cannon’s order, including one lawyer who said the judge “basically did Trump’s lawyers’ work for them.” The States With Abortion

On Ballot Voters in California, Kentucky, Montana and Vermont will vote on state constitutional amendments or legislative referendums on abortion access this November.