Special election for Jacksonville sheriff, interview with candidate Lakesha Burton
Did he really mean to say this out loud?
- The Hill
Former White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin on Tuesday said the FBI’s raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property could be the key to him winning the 2024 presidential election. Griffin, in an appearance on CNN’s “New Day,” said she hoped the investigation is about more than Trump not complying with certain archiving laws…
A memo from Attorney General Merrick Garland that surfaced in July had some thinking the DOJ would not act. But the raid came just under deadline.
"When you're attacking FBI agents because you're under criminal investigation, you're losing," Huckabee Sanders wrote in Nov. 2016
- Business Insider
Liz Cheney is the final pro-impeachment Republican facing a Trump-backed primary challenger as Wyoming voters decide her political fate next week
"To be an impeachment Republican right now has made it almost impossible to get reelected," one GOP political strategist said.
After Trump declined to answer questions Wednesday, legal experts said the former president’s decision could create an impression among some that he has something to hide.
The FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago is prompting elected Republicans to openly acknowledge that Trump will likely run for president again
Condemning the raid, many in the GOP refer to Trump as Biden's "top political opponent," while others openly declare that Trump will likely run again.
CNN's Pamela Brown quizzed Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) on his past outrage over Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyThe FBI raid on former U.S. President Donald J. Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida triggered shockwaves across Russia, with outraged Kremlin propagandists rushing to defend their favorite American president and going so far as to predict that the raid will eventually spark a civil war in the United States.When Trump lost the last presidential election to Joe Biden, experts and pundits in Moscow worried out loud that his prosecuti
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler conceded in her primary in Washington state.
- 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.
Lindsey Graham says 'nobody's above the law' after FBI searched Trump's Mar-a-Lago club but adds that he's 'suspicious' of the investigation
Unlike Graham, a slew of Republican lawmakers swiftly came to Trump's defense and attacked the Department of Justice.
- WTVF - Nashville Scripps
On the November ballot, voters will see the push for changes in the Tennessee constitution. There's a push asking voters to "Vote Yes" on Amendment 1, which will make it harder for lawmakers to change the current Right to Work law.
Pundits at the right-wing network seemed to be much more passionate about correctly handling classified information in 2016.
The Fox News host unloaded a hyperbolic rant about the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago.
- 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.
The right has exploded in conspiratorial rage at the FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago. But Trump's entire adult life has been spent doing things that seem very worthy indeed of law enforcement scrutiny.
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.
- Rolling Stone
Conservatives are doing what they do best in the wake of the FBI searching Donald Trump's Palm Beach estate: playing the victim