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The “deeply unintelligent” family member will “out-racism anybody, out-misogyny anybody” just for affection, said Donald Trump’s niece.
Trump is suing his niece Mary Trump, The New York Times and three of its reporters.
"What voter ID laws are racist?" Cruz asked. "Apologies Mr. Cruz, your state of Texas, perhaps," the legal scholar replied.
Twitter users pluck the feathers out of Mike Lindell over his latest wild claim.
Trump once said the details of a Times report on his tax affairs were inaccurate. He reversed this stance to sue the paper from a different angle.
Marc Mukasey, who successfully defended the former Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher in court, stopped representing Donald Trump's son.
Mike Cloud of Lubbock says we have emboldened the bad guys. | Opinion
Biden's latest approval ratings, the lowest of his presidency, could influence key issues such as upcoming elections and an infrastructure push.
The House panel probing the Capitol attack is readying a wave of subpoenas and already getting results from its document requests.
China sent 24 fighter jets toward Taiwan in a large display of force Thursday, after the self-governing island announced its intention to join an 11-nation Pacific trade group that China has also applied to join. China's People's Liberation Army flew fighter jets toward Taiwan twice on Thursday, once in the morning with 19 planes, and once in the afternoon with five more. Taiwan deployed air patrol forces in response to the Chinese jets and tracked them on its air defense systems, the island’s Defense Ministry said in a statement.
Cohen told Insider that Trump wanted to keep raising money and retain "some semblance of power, importance, and relevance, none of which he has."
The popular mayor of the Philippine capital said Wednesday he will run for president in next year’s elections, the latest aspirant in what is expected to be a crowded race to succeed the controversial Rodrigo Duterte. Manila Mayor Isko Moreno, a child scavenger before becoming an actor then entering politics, told The Associated Press ahead of his public announcement that he would fight still-raging coronavirus outbreaks and long-entrenched poverty and promote democracy if he triumphs in the May 9 elections. With him was his vice presidential running mate, Willie Ong, a cardiologist who provides medical advice to ordinary Filipinos on a Facebook account with more than 16 million followers.
Rep. Boebert spent $6,650 in campaign funds to pay rent for her restaurant, "Shooters Grill." The campaign says it was a mistake.
“There is a clear trend moving,” McConnell said, toward a place where the GOP is not dominated by Trump. “Sucking up to Donald Trump is not a strategy that works.”
France is furious that Australia canceled a lucrative submarine contract with a French firm in favor of a new alliance with the US and the UK.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday dismissed CBS anchor Gayle King’s accusation that the U.S. had displayed “very bad behavior” internationally recently, saying that the administration doesn’t see it that way.
REUTERSIt’s what you tell your teenagers: Don’t lie. Because then you’ll have to tell another lie to cover up the first lie, and then another, and another. Eventually, you’ll get to the point where you don’t recognize the truth—until it comes out. And the truth always comes out.Democrats have been lying about immigration for decades. They’ve told white voters in the suburbs that they support border security and oppose amnesty for undocumented immigrants. At the same time, they’ve told Latino vot
Lobbyists and adult entertainment may make, well, strange bedfellows. But here we are.
Bannon told Trump days before the insurrection that they needed to "kill" the Biden presidency "in the crib," according to a new book
Brandon Bell/GettyFormer President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit against The New York Times, three of its reporters, and his niece—claiming they hatched an “insidious plot” to obtain his private records for a story about his tax history. The lawsuit alleges that the newspaper convinced Mary Trump to “smuggle records out of her attorney’s office and turn them over to the Times” despite a confidentiality agreement she signed in 2001 while settling a legal battle over the will of Frederick Trump