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.
On Christmas Eve, former President Donald Trump gave a merry Yuletide greeting that was both bombastic and sincere, stirring the left as only he can.
It was Truth Social that the 45th president used to address the Nation about the findings revealed in the ongoing release of Twitter files, which have been largely ignored by corporate media, and the efforts of the Justice Department to go after him via a special counsel appointed by Merrick Garland as Attorney General.
Days after Donald Trump, a former president, announced his third run for office, the U.S. Department of Justice intensified two inquiries that could prove to be the biggest obstacles to his effort to return to Pennsylvania Avenue.
Liz Cheney, a Republican from Wyoming, is enraged by the Select Committee’s decision not to send former President Donald Trump to the Department of Justice on January 6.