The fringe Trumpworld personality has tried to restyle herself this cycle as a less obviously hateful Republican candidate.
Will Sommer is a tech reporter for The Daily Beast. He previously worked as a campaign editor at The Hill, and as a political columnist for Washington City Paper.
Accusations of stalking, prostitution, and racism are merely the appetizer. The main course features Jacob Wohl and claims of falsified tweets and stolen phones.
The unproven drug touted by Trump and his allies is a miracle remedy for more than just COVID-19.
Rep. Norman is getting slammed for appearing at a press conference with Dr. Stella Immanuel, the pro-hydroxychloroquine doctor who also believes in demon sex and alien DNA.
The president is pushing the coronavirus theories of a Houston doctor who also says sexual visitations by demons and alien DNA are at the root of Americans’ common health concerns.
Political fundraising appeals aren’t known for their subtlety. But the National Republican Congressional Committee’s texts are way too desperate, Trump allies complain.
The movement QAnon built on social media platforms has already moved into the real world—and established a foothold in the Republican Party.