Former President Trump shared the post on Truth Social, the platform he set up after getting banned from Twitter over fears he would use it to incite violence.
Glenn Kirschner said Saturday that Roger Stone's "good friends" have begun to cooperate with the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
"We should go after criminals that break the law and not pursue people based on their skin color and how they vote," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said.
Former president Donald Trump lashed out this weekend at Pennsylvania's ballot-counting process, comparing it to that of a "third world nation."
Despite a new CBS News poll showing growing concern about inflation and President Biden's handling of the economy, Democratic Rep. Hakeem Jeffries expressed optimism Sunday that his party could still hold on to its narrow majority in Congress in November's midterm elections. The New York lawmaker, who chairs the House...
The president says frustrated Americans ‘have a choice between two paths’ but that the GOP is not focused on fighting inflation
“White supremacy shouldn’t be the main target,” said Greene, who instead urged panic over the border "invasion."
If Roe v. Wade is tossed it would mark the first time the Supreme Court overturned precedent 'to limit civil rights, not expand them,' expert says
"Instead of using the Constitution to expand rights" overturning Roe v. Wade would limit the rights of Americans, an expert told Insider.
Alyssa Farah Griffin said Sunday that Donald Trump makes endorsements that are based on "personal kind of vendettas" instead of "who is electable."
WH press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre: ‘I don’t have a timeline’ on when baby formula will return to shelves
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Sunday that there’s currently no timeline for when parents can expect to see baby formula return to store shelves after President Biden invoked the Defense Production Act (DPA) last week to address the nationwide shortage. During a press gaggle aboard Air Force...
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Panel aims to publicly outline the potentially unlawful schemes that tried to keep the former president in office despite his defeat
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The ex-president said the former Clinton campaign manager's claim pointed to "one of the greatest political scandals in history."
Former US Defense Secretary William Cohen reacts to reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken on more tactical decision-making in the Russian invasion into Ukraine.
Cornel West says while Trump isn't 'out there with a gun' but he's leading a campaign of 'war against black and coloured people'
"He is not killing folks. But he bears responsibility in terms of the context. Have no doubt, he is still the dominant figure," West said.
Trump's post drew swift rebukes from critics like GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger, who tweeted: "Any of my fellow Republicans wanna speak out now?"
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