Biden Under Neurological Assessment

On November 20th, 2022 President Biden turned 80. This birthday led to an increase in the number of people who have questioned whether Biden is capable of serving as President despite his advanced age. Biden is now officially the oldest serving President as he has officially surpassed President Reagan. Biden himself admitted in October during an interview with MSNBC that ...

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Proof Trump Is Innocent

Former acting U.S. Attorney General Matt Whitaker told Fox News‘ Lacey Christ that he currently does not believe there is “enough evidence to indict President Trump.” This statement came only a few days after former President Donald Trump announced his third presidential bid. Following the announcement, the U.S. Department of Justice intensified its investigations of Trump. Veteran prosecutor Jack Smith ...

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Biden Panics Over Potential Investigation

The Biden administration is struggling to keep track of the $20 billion sent to Ukraine as military aid. This is after the Republicans have warned that once they gain control of the House in January, they will be looking to audit these records. Kevin McCarthy, who is currently the most likely candidate to win the House Speaker position, has said ...

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Will McCarthy Be The Next House Speaker?

The narrow House majority by Republicans has left House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) scrambling to find the 218 votes required for him to win the vote and become the House speaker. McCarthy won the Republican party’s nomination for Speaker this month, but in order for him to officially win the position he will need to win the vote on ...

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Trump Sounds The Alarm After DOJ Attacks

Former President Donald Trump has called himself “honest and innocent” and has once again blasted the Department of Justice (DOJ) following the announcement that a special counsel would be overlooking the investigations into Trump. Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed veteran prosecutor Jack Smith to act as special counsel and to oversee the investigation into former President Trump. Smith is also ...

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House GOP Looking To Eliminate One Committee Immediately

Republicans are planning to eliminate the House’s Select Committee on the Climate Crisis once they gain control of the lower chamber in early 2023. Rep. Garret Graves’s (La.) office, noted that they can’t currently see a “scenario” in which the committee can continue to exist. The committee was originally created by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). In the statement, the office ...

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Republicans Look To DeSantis for Help

Former President Donald Trump announced that he would be placing a third bid for the White House. However, his announcement was met with an underwhelming response. Trump had previously promised following his 2016 presidential win that Republicans would get “tired of winning.” However, 2016 was also the last major victory for the Republican party as in the following midterm elections ...

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Adam Schiff Attacks McCarthy

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) called House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) a “very weak leader” on Sunday. Schiff also said that he expected “chaos” to ensue after the Republicans gained control of the House in the next Congress. This statement was made during an interview with co-anchor Jonathan Karl on ABC’s “This Week.” During his appearance, Schiff also said ...

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Trump To Be Charged?

Two separate reports looking at two of the criminal investigations that Donald Trump is facing have concluded that there is enough evidence for charges to be brought against the former President. Veteran prosecutors and top legal minds this week have assessed two of the investigations that Trump is facing. The first one relates to Trump’s actions in trying to overturn ...

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Very Liberal City Flips Republican?

West Hollywood, one of California’s most famous liberal cities, has taken a more moderate approach following the midterm elections. In fact, residents appear to have voted for candidates who were backed by the police department and local chamber of commerce instead of those more progressive incumbents. Jessica Levinson, an election law professor at Loyola Law School, told MSN of West ...

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