Texas Republicans Warn of 'Polarizing Nature' of Trump in 2020 Strategy Memo Accidentally Sent to Democrats
In a move that reflected similar gaffes by the White House, the Texas GOP sent their preliminary 2020 election strategy to the email addresses of Democrats Party Monday evening. The Texas Republicans said—just like the administration of President Donald Trump—it was a low level staffer that made the mistake.
So what is on the minds of the Texas GOP headed into the next presidential election?
Republicans' Top Impeachment Hearing Witness Just Completely Contradicted Trump's Claims About Joe Biden
House Intelligence Committee Republicans overseeing the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump lamented for weeks that Democrats, who dominate the committee, are suppressing Republican witnesses from publicly testifying.
Despite the baseless claims, Republicans were able to call former Envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker in the hopes of bolstering their defense of Trump, since it had been Volker who, in his closed testimony, had pushed back on the notion that Trump's call with Zelensky amounted to a quid pro quo.
Trump's Press Secretary Is Getting Dragged After Saying She's Given 'Plenty' of 'Truthful and Accurate' Statements
President Donald Trump was unexpectedly taken to Walter Reed Medical Center on Saturday for what White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham claims was a routine visit to conduct the first portion of his physical.
But people are skeptical after learning that his visit was unannounced to most of the Walter Reed staff, all of whom are notified ahead of a scheduled Presidential visit.
Chicago Police Superintendent Perfectly Shames Donald Trump After Trump Claimed Afghanistan Is Safer than Chicago
It is no secret that President Donald Trump holds disdain for the city of Chicago and its city government and personnel. On Monday, it was made perfectly clear that the city, which last had a Republican mayor in 1931, returns the sentiment.
Trump was in the city to address the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference attended by police officials from around the U.S. as well as from foreign nations. At the beginning of his speech, the President complained because Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson chose to attend to the needs of Chicago residents rather than to attend Trump's speech.
Hillary Clinton Responds to News That the Trump Administration Is Ramping Up Investigation Into Her E-Mails
As impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump begin to ramp up, the State Department is dredging up its investigation into a subject that dominated the news during the 2016 election: former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails.
An FBI investigation previously condemned Clinton's use of a private email server for State Department business during the Obama era, but assured that her activity wasn't criminal.
Kamala Harris Asked an Audience of Students How Many of Them Ever Had a Shooting Drill in School and Almost All of Them Raised Their Hands
Senator and 2020 Presidential candidate Kamala Harris (D-CA) appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to discuss the upcoming election and the most urgent issues facing the nation.
Considering the United States saw 53 people murdered in mass shootings last month alone, the issue of common sense gun reform soon arose. Harris asked the audience—comprised of college students—whether or not they've ever had to undergo an active shooter drill at any point during their education. Virtually every single hand went up.
Top House Democrat Says Impeachment of Justice Brett Kavanaugh 'Is on the Table' After New Allegation Surfaces
Justice Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination to replace the late Justice Anthony Kennedy was thrown into uncertainty last year when Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford came forward with sexual assault allegations against him.
Democrats were ultimately unsuccessful in blocking Kavanaugh's confirmation and he now sits on the Supreme Court.