Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer plans to hold a vote on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 next week. The massive bill is aimed at fighting climate change and rising costs. Senior NBC News National Political Reporter Sahil Kapur and Senior Editor for Insider Kadia Tubman joined Symone Sanders to discuss the path forward for Democrats as they prepare to vote on the legislation.
Did he really mean to say this out loud?
- Business Insider
The FBI was tipped off by an informer close to Trump who guided them to where documents were kept, according to reports
Officials told Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal this individual told investigators about the documents.
"When you're attacking FBI agents because you're under criminal investigation, you're losing," Huckabee Sanders wrote in Nov. 2016
CNN's Pamela Brown quizzed Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) on his past outrage over Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information.
- BuzzFeed News
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Trump's circle is reportedly worried that an informer may have tipped off the FBI, leading to Monday night's unprecedented raid.
Pundits at the right-wing network seemed to be much more passionate about correctly handling classified information in 2016.
- Fox News
FBI would not let Trump attorneys in rooms as agents raided Mar-a-Lago, warrant focused on NARA: source
The FBI prevented Trump attorneys from watching as it raided former President Trump's private home at Mar-a-Lago, a source familiar with the raid told Fox News.
And Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has joined the right-wing influencers backing him up.
Donald Trump asked what the difference was between the FBI raid in Mar-a-Lago and Watergate. A lot, according to historians and a political scientist.
Former President Donald Trump compared the FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago home to the Watergate scandal in 1972, when members of Richard Nixon's re-election campaign broke into the Democratic National Committee headquarters.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyRepublican reaction to the FBI’s raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort was swift, most notably on Fox News. And one thing that struck Fever Dreams podcast host Will Sommer “was how many guys who were also under investigation for Jan. 6-related matters” were also guests on Fox News decrying the move by the FBI.On the latest episode of the podcast, Sommer and guest host Anthony Fisher, senior opinion editor at The Daily
- Business Insider
An author who ghostwrote one of Trump's books speculates Trump may've taken White House documents to one day sell as presidential memorabilia
"If there's a grift to be grifted, he's gonna grift it," Charles Leerhsen told Newsweek of Donald Trump. Leerhsen helped write "Surviving at the Top."
Donald Trump did himself a favor announcing the FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago home, allowing him to energize his base and reclaim the spotlight, experts on political and media framing said
"In a way, [Trump] was waiting for something like this to happen to become more relevant again," Chris Haynes, a politics professor told Insider.
Biden had a private lunch with Bill Clinton during which the former president urged him to take credit if inflation decreases, report says
Bill Clinton told President Joe Biden to set himself up to take credit if inflation decreases ahead of the midterms, sources told The Washington Post.
A source tells PEOPLE that the FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago could make former President Donald Trump reconsider his political calculations as he weighs a third run for the White House in 2024
The FBI search of the former president's Florida property was focused on mishandled presidential materials, according to reports.
- The Hill
President Biden is in a tough spot following the FBI’s search of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, facing a delicate dance of handling the situation while steadfastly appearing not to politically taint the Department of Justice (DOJ). Republican lawmakers almost immediately lashed out at Biden following news of the search, which was shared by Trump…
One Twitter user noted that, if Trump can plead the Fifth, his fellow Americans “have the complete right under the First Amendment to mock him relentlessly for it.”
- Air Force Times
Steven Seagal visits Ukraine amid prison bombing controversy.
"We thought it would be something like conspiracy or bribery or blackmail, but no," "The Daily Show" host quipped.