The bitterness shown by Trump highlights the deep divisions that now ripple through the troubled GOP.
The ultra-extremist antics of Greene is an embarrassment to Republicans, Congress and the country.
Trump has shown interest in even acknowledging the former presidents and they have little use for him.
The Democratic sweep of the Georgia Senate runoff elections on Jan. 5th gave Biden control of the Senate leadership of his party by his party and the troubles in Washington give him some pending help from fed-up Republicans over Trump.
The violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol is intensifying scrutiny over security at an inauguration ceremony for President-elect Joe Biden already reshaped by a pandemic
Trump, who turns on anyone who tells the truth about him and his actions, lashed out at Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell while the GOP leadership in the House threatens to punish any member that accepts Biden’s win.
He promised a diverse cabinet with attention to gender-equality and race. Will he deliver on those promises?
While Joe Biden won the presidency by nearly six million votes, several House seats went back to GOP hands because, once again, Democrats underestimated Trump’s popularity or the apprehension of voters.