Trump administration officials just keeping showing up where they can be uniquely helpful in a contentious election year.
YouTube’s trends dominate my professional life managing million-follower accounts, but I wasn’t ready for the infectious influence of its half-baked ideas in my personal network.
The doctor’s “60 Minutes” appearance showed a man happy with one wife, the hair God gave him, and a government job. To the president, all this makes him a sucker.
Lobbyists representing foreign governments have bundled nearly $2 million for the president’s re-election campaign.
One top-level donor said the campaign has “pre-funded” legal costs—or essentially set aside cash for the possibility that a fleet of lawyers might be needed in November.
Some Republicans fear that far from aiding the president, Giuliani’s attacks on Hunter Biden will backfire.
“I am concerned with the cuts to the post office and that they have taken away a lot of mail boxes,” said one voter in Coral Gables.