Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is calling on the GOP to ditch Donald Trump. MSNBC Political Analyst David Jolly and former Florida Congresswoman Debbie Mucarsel-Powell joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss the future of the Republican Party and why Florida Governor Ron DeSantis might not be a safe bet for the GOP.
- The Guardian
Rightwing provocateur says he helped arrange for white supremacist to attend dinner with Trump and Kanye West
- Fox News
Democratic Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairwoman Jeanne Shaheen shut down Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's questions about President Biden's role in the 2016 firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor.
Russia's defence minister said on Wednesday that the armed forces should use new advanced weapons systems in the conflict in Ukraine. "It is necessary to continue the modernisation and creation of promising systems with their subsequent use during the special military operation," Sergei Shoigu said at a defence ministry meeting of senior generals. Shoigu, one of President Vladimir Putin's closest allies, did not specify which advanced weapons should be used, though he said he wanted to discuss with the generals new ways of improving artillery and missile attacks.
- Business Insider
Jack Ma, the billionaire founder of Alibaba, disappeared from public view in 2020. He's been living in Tokyo for the past 6 months, a new report says.
Ma has been lying low since October 2020, when he gave a speech criticizing China's financial regulatory system that angered Chinese authorities.
- The Guardian
Republican candidate’s reference to his out-of-state home opens him to same attacks that dogged Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania
Fox News' Laura Ingraham pointed out that Barack Obama is supporting Raphael Warnock on the campaign trail.
- Business Insider
Liz Cheney calls on Kevin McCarthy to condemn Trump for meeting with 'neo-Nazi' Nick Fuentes: 'I know you want to be Speaker, but are you willing to be completely amoral?'
McCarthy has said Republicans should avoid Fuentes, who is widely known as a white supremacist and anti-semite. He has not condemned Trump.
Throughout the duration of his senate campaign, Herschel Walker has claimed that he has deep ties to the state he’s hoping to represent in Washington — Georgia.
Napoleon’s invasion of Russia was famously stopped in its tracks, in the winter of 1812, not only by tactics or a resistant army but by the weather. During World War II, when Hitler found himself battling on two fronts—with the UK, US and other forces in the west, and with Russia in the east—it was the impossibility of fighting through the winter that contributed to his final defeat.
Far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos said he planned the meeting “to show Trump the kind of talent that he’s missing out on."
Sen. Thom Tillis deflected blame from the former president, who hosted a notorious white supremacist for dinner at Mar-a-Lago.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyIn his 2020 campaign for Senate in Georgia, the pastor-politician Raphael Warnock and his team lived by an unofficial motto: “Remain the Reverend.”The idea was for Warnock, the holder of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s pulpit in Atlanta, to glide above the muck of personal attacks and messy partisan politics. In his victory over Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) in that year’s runoff election, he managed to achieve that goal.Locked in yet another cont
- The Hill
Conservative radio host and media personality Mark Levin is coming out in defense of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as he mounts a bid for the speakership. “But there’s another reason the House Republicans have yet to vote for their leaders,” Levin said on his show this week. “They’ve yet to do it because of five boneheads in…
- Fresno Bee
Bakersfield Republican could have blamed Trump for having dinner with a white supremacist and woman-hater. He didn’t, and that is poor leadership. | Opinion
- The Guardian
The ex-president’s supporters will no longer be able to avoid testifying before grand juries in Washington DC and Georgia
"No insult intended to toddlers," the St. Louis Post-Dispatch wrote in an editorial call to "toddler-proof" the House before Republicans take over.
- The Week
GOP leader Kevin McCarthy's bid for House speaker may really be in peril
- Ukrayinska Pravda
Mention of 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed during war removed from address of Head of European Commission
The statement that Ukraine has allegedly lost an estimated 100,000 military and 20,000 civilians in the war against Russia has been removed from the address of the head of the European Commission. Source: European Pravda On 30 November, Ursula von der Leyen, the Head of the European Commission, dedicated her address to the plan of confiscation of frozen Russian assets and the creation of a special tribunal to punish Russia for the crime of aggression against Ukraine.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Russia has increased the number of aircraft at the Engels airfield in Saratov Oblast, which may mean the Kremlin aims to increase its strikes in Ukraine, Yuriy Ihnat, spokesman of the Air Force Command, said on Ukrainian national television on Nov. 30.
‘The so-called golden era is over’: The U.K.’s prime minister sounds the alarm over China and says the country ‘poses a systemic challenge to our values and interests’
The U.K.’s leader took a tougher stance against China, saying the “golden era” has ended.