He sold out to the Trump fantasy and election day could be a final judgement on a career he’s thrown away.
President Donald Trump is running out of time to recover from a series of self-inflicted setbacks that have rattled his base of support and triggered
The headlong rush to confirm what could be the last court appointment by Donald Trump faces a tough election-year fight.
The huge retirement community in Florida was once a solid core of support for Trump. No more. Biden’s supporters are out in force there and taking control.
With polls showing Trump’s support sinking like the proverbial rock, Republicans hope a stimulus package before the election could salvage at least some support.
The foiled attempt to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is just one activity planned by the white supremacist terrorists that Donald Trump placates and, in too many instances, encourages.
She has written that the high court’s landmark ruling that legalized abortion should be overturned. She also does not like gay marriage or Obamacare.
To paraphrase an old legal axiom: When Donald Trump feels the law is against him, argue the facts. If the facts are against him, try to use the law. If both are against him, pound the table and bring in the Supreme Court.
He claims he is “cured,” but no one is saying what his latest COVID-19 test reveals or with his euphoria is real or an effect of the steroids he took.
Aides scramble to hide the truth about his infection, his sickness and how contagious he is. As usual, his claims of a miracle cure are lies.