Matt Mackowiak, chair of the Travis County Republican Party, and Sonia Van Meter, a political campaign consultant, discuss new ad campaign from "Coulda Been Worse, LLC."
Speaking at the Texas Tribune Festival, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney said she will do "everything I can to make sure he's not the nominee."
"I don't understand what happened here. I don't understand why he doesn't appreciate me more," Trump said of DeSantis per The Washington Post.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Mark Finchem and Adrian Fontes might not have been great TV, but their debate offered insight into the candidates who want to run Arizona's elections.
Video appears to show Donald Trump supporters being told to stop making one-finger QAnon salute at rally
Security guards told Trump supporters to stop doing a QAnon one-finger salute at a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, a video appears to show.
- The Hill
President Biden’s statement this week that it “remains to be seen” if he’ll run for reelection has prompted more Democratic chatter about whether they’ll have a different candidate for the White House in 2024. If Biden doesn’t run again, a number of Democrats are expected to wade into the presidential waters. But even Vice President…
- The Hill
Former top Pence aide: Trump claim that presidents can declassify docs by thinking about it ‘absurd’
Former top Pence aide Marc Short on Friday rejected a recent claim from former President Trump that presidents can declassify documents by thinking about it, calling the notion “absurd.” “That’s absurd, obviously,” Short told CBS News. “I think it would make it very difficult for the intelligence community to have a classification system if that was…
- Ukrayinska Pravda
KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO - SATURDAY, 24 SEPTEMBER 2022, 22:11 President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has stated that Ukraine guarantees captured Russian soldiers civilised treatment, confidentiality with regard to the circumstances of their surrender, and the opportunity not to return to Russia.
Trump said he could declassify documents with his mind, but he may have also accidentally admitted to taking them 'intentionally,' NYT reporter says
New York Times Correspondent Maggie Haberman said Trump may have deviated from the narrative that classified documents ended up at Mar-a-Lago accidentally.
- Business Insider
Putin has escaped to his secret palace in a forest amid anti-draft protests in Russian cities, report says
Journalist Farida Rusamova has claimed that Vladimir Putin is released pre-recorded videos sporadically to hide his absence from the Russian public.
- The Hill
A lawsuit from the New York attorney general is the latest legal headache for former President Trump and arguably the most personal, as it targets both his business and his image as a skilled dealmaker. The lawsuit has triggered a furious response from Trump, but many Republicans think it could ultimately solidify Republican support as…
- Akron Beacon Journal
Disturbing rally led by Donald Trump in Youngstown adds to concerns about Senate candidate J.D. Vance.
- The Advocate
The former president malfunctioned at a campaign event in North Carolina.
After declaring that he's 'not a terrorist' Trump uses North Carolina rally to vilify New York Attorney General Letitia James
New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a massive fraud lawsuit against Trump, his business, and his three eldest children.
- ABC News
US sees signs Russia is 'struggling,' has warned of catastrophe if Putin uses nuclear weapon: Sullivan
The U.S. is seeing evidence that Russia is "struggling" in its invasion of Ukraine and has warned Moscow that there would be "catastrophic consequences" if it were to use a nuclear weapon in its war against Kyiv, the White House national security adviser said Sunday. Jake Sullivan, in an interview with ABC "This Week" anchor George Stephanopoulos, pointed both to the protests against Russian President Vladimir Putin's mobilization of 300,000 reservists and to what Sullivan called "sham" annexation referendums in Russian-controlled areas of Ukraine.
No Air Force documents indicate that J.R. Majewski — a Trump-boosting Republican running in a swing district — actually deployed to Afghanistan.
- Associated Press
California Gov. Gavin Newsom called for an overhaul of Democrats' political strategy on Saturday, saying the party is “getting crushed” by Republicans in part because they are too timid, often forced to play defense while Republicans “dominate with illusion.” Speaking at the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin, Texas — the territory of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, one of Newsom's chief political foils — Newsom was careful to praise current party leaders like President Joe Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “These guys are ruthless on the other side,” Newsom said.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
The wife of a Donetsk puppet authority fighter told her husband that dissatisfaction with the actions of dictator Vladimir Putin is growing in Russia, according to an intercept of their conversation published on Facebook by Ukraine’s military intelligence agency HUR on Sept. 24.
- The Hill
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich insulted a Capitol Hill reporter after the journalist asked him to comment on the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. “What do you think about the January 6 committee,” Scott Wong, a reporter for NBC News who previously worked at The Hill, asked…
- The Daily Beast
Mark MakelaPennsylvania GOP Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz released copies of his medical records on Friday in an attempt to keep questions about the health of his Democratic opponent John Fetterman front-and-center in the race.And while Oz boasted that he was giving the state’s voters “full transparency” about his health, he also inadvertently revealed that he travels to Manhattan for his annual physical exams—once again drawing attention to his tenuous ties to Pennsylvania.In a letter written
- Business Insider
Appeal raises $135,000 for a released Ukrainian POW to help with medical expenses after his brutal treatment by Russian captors
Mykhailo Dianov, a soldier with the Azov regiment, was one of the 215 POWs freed in a surprise prisoner swap between Ukraine and Russia this week.