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CNN Republican commentator Scott Jennings ripped into President Joe Biden during a Monday appearance, calling it “pathetic” that he would demand everyone else “lower the temperature” while continuing to cast former President Donald Trump as a villain who would destroy America.
A graduate of St. Cloud State University is suing her alma mater after learning that she was charged a mandatory fee for an activist group that pushes liberal political speech.
In a private phone call with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who is also running for president, Kennedy agreed with Donald Trump that not only is Trump running ahead of Biden, but he will defeat him in November’s election.
Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle told ABC News on Monday that the reason there were no security personnel atop the structure where a gunman took shots at former President Donald Trump was because of “safety” concerns about the slope of its roof.
MSNBC host Joy Reid lashed out at minorities supporting former President Donald Trump during a Monday evening appearance, claiming that when they threw their support behind Trump, their “humiliation” was “part of the price” they were signing up to pay.
In the wake of the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump, radio host Charlemagne the God suggested that Trump was “solely responsible for creating this environment of political violence.”
The hosts of ABC’s “The View” made it clear on Tuesday’s show that they were fine with inflammatory rhetoric as long as it was aimed at people or parties they disliked — primarily Republicans and former President Donald Trump.
Army Ranger veteran Sean Parnell shared a photo on Tuesday showing just how close Donald Trump’s would-be assassin was able to get to the former president at a Butler, Pennsylvania, campaign rally on Saturday.
Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) was found guilty in federal court on Tuesday on all 16 counts following a two-month criminal trial where he faced charges of corruption, bribery, obstruction of justice, acting as a foreign agent, and conspiracy.