The White House had said it was looking for a “James Baker-like” figure to lead its postelection attempt to somehow find a way to win a second term. Mr. Baker is the former secretary of state who led the Republican charge during the 2000 Florida recount that secured the presidency for George W. Bush. They settled on Mr. Bossie, who is not a lawyer, but is one of Mr. Trump’s favorite defenders on television.Mr. Bossie, the deputy campaign manager in 2016 and the head of the conservative group Citizens United, is a veteran of 30 years of partisan warfare in Washington. His combative approach has always appealed to Mr. Trump. – Advertisement – In the days since Election Day, the Trump campaign has engaged in scattered efforts aimed at raising concerns and objections to voting issues in several states. Trump family members and a handful of loyalists, as well as the president himself, have held news conferences claiming irregularities, without presenting evidence. But there has been no single person in charge.- Advertisement – President Trump’s campaign is installing a Trump adviser, David Bossie, to lead the charge on lawsuits and other efforts related to contesting the outcomes of the election in several states, a campaign official said on Friday.Mr. Bossie was tapped by the Trump campaign manager, Bill Stepien, and the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to take on the role, as the president’s advisers have vowed to continue legal fights over the tabulation of votes in a string of states, officials said.- Advertisement – Putting Mr. Bossie there is an attempt to rectify that.
A 16-year-old boy and another man were shot and injured during an altercation in Northside District in Miami-Dade County late Thursday night.They have been identified by the Miami-Dade Police Department as Zackery Dixon, 16 and 55-year-old Brian C Zachary both of Miami, Florida. Dixon was critically injured in the incident.According to investigators just before 10:30 p.m. Thursday night, officers were dispatched to an apartment complex located at 4725 NW 24 Avenue, to reports of a juvenile shot. Responding officers discovered the juvenile suffering from apparent gunshot wounds to the groin, hands, and legs. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue personnel responded and transported the victim to the Ryder Trauma at Jackson Memorial Hospital, in critical condition.Further investigation revealed that Zachary was also shot during the altercation. Detectives say the 55 year old male was walking to a friend’s apartment when the shots rang out. The victim advised detectives he observed two males running away from the scene. Zachary drove himself to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Room with a gunshot wound to his forearm and buttock.