Mike Bloomberg Gets Endorsement From Trump’s Former Navy Secretary

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NORFOLK, Va. — Richard Spencer, the Navy secretary fired from the Trump administration after he opposed the president's intervention in the discipline of a SEAL accused of murder, told NBC News he had endorsed Democrat Mike Bloomberg for president "for the good of the country" and not out of vengeance. "When I took the job I came in as...

One Of The Few GOP Governors Not A Trump Supporter

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Vermont Gov. Phil Scott said Thursday that President Trump abused his authority and shouldn't be in office, making him one of the few Republican leaders to sound off against Trump following his acquittal in the Senate's impeachment trial the day before. Scott called that vote in the GOP-controlled upper chamber inevitable at a news conference, according to ABC News. "If they'd...

New Rules Issued By AG Barr For Politically Sensitive Investigations

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Attorney General William Barr has issued new restrictions on opening investigations into politically sensitive individuals or entities, including a requirement that he approve any inquiry into a presidential candidate or campaign. Barr outlined the new policies in a three-page memo obtained by NPR as the Democratic primaries are underway and the country gears up for November's presidential vote. The memo...

Former U.S. Ukraine Ambassador Gives Warning To General Public

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Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, a central figure in the House impeachment of President Trump, on Thursday warned the public against allowing the U.S. to become a country that silences those who stand up to the government. In an op-ed published in The Washington Post, Yovanovitch recalled how she and other civil servants spoke out last year...

Is Romney’s Political Career Over?

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Mitt Romney will have a long road to redemption with the GOP – at least as long as President Trump is in office. For those closest to the president, the business titan who was the party standard-bearer just eight years ago may never be forgiven over his dramatic vote to convict Trump on abuse of power this week. He could...

Ex-Spokesman Reveals Romney’s Motivation Behind Guilty Vote

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Earlier today, Senator Mitt Romney, R-UT., betrayed the Republican Party that once named him as their presidential nominee when he voted in favor of convicting Donald Trump on impeachment charges. He was the only GOP senator to break party lines by convicting the sitting president. Now, a former spokesman for Romney’s unsuccessful 2012 presidential campaign is speaking out to say...

After Acquittal, Trump Tweets Video That Drives Dems Crazy

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President Trump on Wednesday tweeted a video showing him running for president indefinitely minutes after the Senate voted to acquit him on allegations he abused his power and obstructed Congress. The video, which Trump has shared before, plays on a Time magazine cover from October 2018 that showed campaign signs showing Trump running for office every four years from 2024...

Utah State Lawmaker Files To Censure Romney

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A lawmaker from Utah is calling upon Republican colleagues to censure Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) after he voted to convict President Trump under the first article of impeachment. State Rep. Phil Lyman announced on Thursday that he filed a resolution to censure the senator, claiming that Romney's judgment was "questionable even if his motives were pure," according to The Salt...

Iowa Democrats Called Upon To Recanvas Caucus Votes

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Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez on Thursday called for the Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) to conduct a recanvass after the state's caucuses earlier this week were mired in confusion and have yet to produce a definitive result. Perez cited difficulties with the delegate selection plan and concern over public trust in the results of Monday's caucuses after nearly three...

Republicans Sick Of The Double Standards

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Appearing Wednesday on the Fox News Channel’s The Ingraham Angle, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) announced he will file an ethics complaint against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for ripping up President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address. LAURA INGRAHAM: Congressman Gaetz, you actually want to take a pretty aggressive step here. What is it? REP. MATT GAETZ: Tomorrow, Laura, I...