Donald Trump’s first video message for his 2024 presidential campaign focused on education, proving again that he is in tune with everyday Americans.
Critics of President Biden’s recent address in Virginia are questioning his claims of the administration’s success in the economy.
At least 18 Americans have been killed in three mass shootings in California recently, prompting President Joe Biden to urge Congress to ban assault weapons on January 24.
On Sunday, President Biden issued a presidential memorandum on what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade to protect access to abortion medicines across the country.
An unexpected report that the Justice Department made a deal to keep F.B.I. agents away from the search, President Joe Biden displayed the demeanor of a man who believes he is invincible, smirking and laughing in response to reporters’ questions about the classified documents stashed at his Delaware home.
When U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland swiftly appointed former U.S. Attorney Robert Hur as the special counsel to investigate the astonishing discovery of classified documents found at President Joe Biden’s Delaware home and his office in Penn Biden Center, many were pleasantly surprised.
Those following the Biden influence-peddling scandal know that Joe Biden was promised an office in China in exchange for his influence. This revelation has diminished the Democrats’ ability to differentiate themselves from Trump’s administration.
The Republican governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, handed a scathing letter to President Biden on Sunday as Biden arrived in the state for his first visit to the U.S.-Mexico border since entering office.
The Republican House is set to pass some proposed rules on January 3, including a resolution to establish a subcommittee to investigate “the Weaponization of the Federal Government” during President Joe Biden’s administration.
On Monday, Ron Paul tweeted, “Twitter Files Make it Clear: We Must Abolish the FBI.” Meanwhile, House Republicans warn: Subpoenas will fly to the FBI over Twitter Files. According to Mr. Paul, as the public discovers more about the “Twitter Files,” it becomes all too clear that federal agencies such as the FBI considered the First Amendment as an irritation and a hindrance.