Trump Goes To War With Merrick Garland

Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that a special counsel had been appointed to oversee the two big probes into former President Donald Trump. The first investigation relates to any attempts made to overturn the 2020 election results, and the second one will handle the case of the sensitive documents recovered from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate last month. Career prosecutor Jack Smith ...

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Kari Lake Sued By Who?

The estate of the late rock singer Tom Petty criticized Kari Lake on Friday for illegally using one of his most popular songs in her “failed campaign” for governor of Arizona. In a statement which was posted on Twitter, the estate is looking into their legal options after the campaign used Petty’s hit song “I Won’t Back Down.” In the ...

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Biden’s Reaction To Trump’s 2024 Run

President Biden has not provided too many comments or given much attention to former President Donald Trump’s announcement that he would be running for office again. During the midterm elections, the White House had used Trump in order to yield the unexpected midterm results that saw them winning the Senate and even keeping many of their House seats. Now, despite ...

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FBI’s Shocking Confession About China

FBI Director Christopher Wray remarked on Tuesday during a House committee hearing that China has managed to steal the most American data. As he noted they have stolen more “than every other nation combined.” Wray said that China has the world’s largest hacking program and as a result, they have managed to steal both personal and business data from America. ...

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GOP Mega-Donors Dump Trump

The GOP’s largest donors are turning their focus on other GOP nominees for 2024 and potentially leaving former President Donald Trump behind. The poor performance and results of Trump-endorsed candidates in the midterm elections have led to several Republicans questioning whether Trump has lost some of his influence and grip on the party. They have also been looking at the ...

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Top Biden Official Defends Who?

A top Biden official from the Justice Department has recently moved on from the DOJ and is currently working for a law firm representing Hunter Biden. Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, is currently under investigation over his business dealings. Nicholas McQuaid, who was previously the acting chief of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division under the Biden administration, was ...

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Democrats Caught Creating Election Chaos

Democrats have a plan in place to discourage strong potential Republican candidates from running for Senate according to a report by the New York Times. This plan was created in 2021 by Democrat strategists and Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mich. Peters, chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee had at the time said that the Democrats’ best chance of maintaining their ...

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Schumer Tries To Poach Republican Lawmakers

Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) has asked: “non-MAGA Republicans” to collaborate with Democrats for legislation to be passed in the next two years. This is because each party is most likely going to have control of one of the two Congress chambers. In an interview with the New York Times, Schumer said that he would be reaching out to ...

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Trump Under New Investigation?

Former President Donald Trump has been facing a lot of criticism as many donors were displeased to have funded campaigns that would supposedly help secure a Republican majority. Wealthy political donors who helped Trump with his endorsements and fundraising for candidates in key races are upset to have seen millions of dollars remain in Trump’s coffers, while the election results ...

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Poll Finds McConnell Extremely Unfavorable

According to a new poll, the fact that Republicans have failed to gain control of the Senate has dropped the support for Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell. An online poll by Civiqs showed that the Senate minority leader currently has around 7 percent favorability rating, a record low. This is based on the 220,797 responses received. Since 2017, Civiqs has frequently ...

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