Despite him overseeing the loss of the White House, Senate and Congress, the GOP will keep Donald Trump as their party’s figurehead. It’s a risky proposition considering he incited and insurrection on the US Capitol following his election loss.
Following the January 6th insurrection, Donald Trump‘s political aspirations were evaporating. He was kicked off of any important social media platform. And Republican leaders Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy had ripped him for his role in inciting the insurrection.
While most presidents spend their first year out of office under the radar, that hasn’t been the case for Donald Trump. The former president, desperate for adulation, is again holding political rallies.
Few people understand what makes Donald Trump tick more than Barbara Res. Res was a pioneer in the New York business world. In the 1970’s and 80’s she became an Executive Vice President in the Trump Organization.
For years, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump dedicated their time to holding fundraisers and helping Democrats get elected. When Ivanka’s Dad decided to run as a Republican, they both became key advisers in his White House.
Soon after the 2020 election, Fox News seemed to be softening its edges. Facing competition from extremist competitors like Newsmax and OAN, the long-time Conservative network may have been looking to appeal to a more moderate base.
There are plenty of GOP lawmakers who want Donald Trump to be the past, present and future of their party. Lindsey Graham regularly gushes about his importance to the GOP. Republicans in the House of Representatives recently ousted Liz Cheney from leadership for not showing proper deference to the former president.
After months of waiting the COVID-19 vaccine is readily available nearly everywhere in the United States. The White House has been pulling out all the stops to urge Americans to get inoculated.
But there are also voices telling people that they don’t need to get vaccinated. Joe Rogan was one of them. The most prominent one, though, is Fox News‘ Tucker Carlson.
It has been very obvious over the last 4 years that Donald Trump does not enjoy the job of president. It has been equally obvious, though, that Trump very much enjoys the power of the job.
And Trump has exercised that power over the last few weeks in the form of pardons for his political allies and friends. This week, however, Mitch McConnell showed Trump what real power was.
The Trump campaign sounds like they have already given up on the Wisconsin recount according to reporting from CNN's Jim Acosta on Wednesday afternoon.
President Donald Trump attacked CNN and Jim Acosta, its chief White House correspondent, following a report that quoted a source on the official coronavirus task force that he doesn’t understand the severity of the pandemic.
CNN's Jim Acosta asked about the fake video that Twitter flagged from the Trump campaign and made the point that Trump is the fake news.
CNN’s Jim Acosta thinks it would effectively be a miracle if Donald Trump were able to deliver a unifying speech. There has been speculation that the President will try to address the nation.
Acosta spoke to CNN’s Anderson Cooper about the possibility of a Trump speech on racial justice. Both men doubted the President could deliver it effectively.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta clashed with President Donald Trump earlier today after asking the president whether briefings with the White House coronavirus task force amounted to “happy talk” to present a more favorable depiction of what’s happening as the coronavirus pandemic tears through the country.
President Donald Trump did not consult every member of the Coronavirus task force before sending a letter about potentially relaxing social distancing measures.
CNN’s Jim Acosta reported on Thursday that President Trump sent a letter to governors about easing restrictions without showing the letter to the entire group of experts.
Appearing on Fox News’ Chris Wallace Show Fox News Sunday yesterday, Kellyanne Conway was asked by Wallace about the tape capturing last week’s altercation between a White House intern and Jim Acosta from CNN, and then circulated by White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and InfoWars claiming the “altered video” was not altered at all, because it is “done all the time in sports.”
CNN’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta had his press pass revoked temporarily after Press Secretary Sarah Sanders lied and said he assaulted an intern. The move brought immediate rebuke from the White House Correspondents Association (WHCA).
Sarah Sanders had a full self-pitying meltdown and refused when asked to state that the press is not the enemy of the people.
CNN's Jim Acosta shot video of the crowd at Trump's Tampa FL, behaving like a mob and threatening the press as the hate that Trump has whipped up looks likely to get someone hurt.