While running a routine test of their elections systems, WWMT News in Kalamazoo, Michigan, accidentally published their test data for the upcoming August 2nd, primary election.
- The Hill
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Ill.), one of two Republicans on the House panel investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol, said in a new interview with WGN-TV that he believes former President Trump has won their short-term battle over the soul of the GOP. Asked in the exclusive interview if the former president…
- Erie Times News
Farmers across Pennsylvania were outraged to learn Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz got $50,000 in a farming tax rebate program for his new PA home.
- Business Insider
- Rolling Stone
The National Archives took it upon itself to dispel Trump's claims on Friday.
- Rolling Stone
Attorneys for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors are seeking sanctions against lawyers representing GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and GOP Secretary of State candidate Mark Finchem, over what county lawyers claim are 'false and misleading statements' about election procedures.
- The Recount
- Associated Press
Wisconsin’s Republican Assembly leader on Friday ended a 14-month, taxpayer-funded inquiry into the 2020 election by firing his hand-picked investigator. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos' firing of Michael Gableman came just three days after the lawmaker narrowly survived a primary challenge from an opponent endorsed by former President Donald Trump and Gableman. While Gableman found no evidence of widespread fraud during his inquiry, he had joined Trump in calling for lawmakers to consider decertifying the 2020 election — something Vos and legal experts say is unconstitutional and impossible.
- USA TODAY
- NBC News
The Republican Party’s post-FBI-raid rally around former President Donald Trump could provide an inadvertent boost to another politician: President Joe Biden.
"Garland is playing chess. Donald can only play checkers," Donald Trump's niece said.
The former president said agents rummaged through the former first lady's clothing and personal items and "surprisingly, left area in a relative mess. Wow!"
- The Daily Beast
Fox News/ScreenshotAs it becomes increasingly clear that Donald Trump may have violated the Espionage Act by storing “top secret” government documents at his private residence, the former president has turned to a familiar excuse: Obama did it too.“President Barack Hussein Obama kept 33 million pages of documents, much of them classified. How many of them pertained to nuclear? Word is, lots!” Trump posted on his social media platform Friday.But shortly after that, Fox News’ chief political ancho
The conservative attorney said Trump viewed sensitive documents as his property "because he is the world’s ultimate narcissist."