The public bullying-as-a-political-power play pioneer isn’t waiting for the president who stole his act to make up his mind about a comeback run before testing the waters himself.
“SNL” amounted to “nothing less than unfair news coverage and Dem commercials,” Trump tweeted in 2018, pondering whether his thought “should be tested in courts, can’t be legal?”
The Wyoming congresswoman faces a GOP primary field that is, uh, interesting.
While Biden carefully avoided committing to a bill that would allow for a study of reparations, congressional Republicans were bringing out Black men to oppose it on their behalf.
This could be the city’s most pivotal contest in a generation; it’s certainly the most unsettled.
The archbishop who implored Attorney General Barr to halt “unacceptable” federal executions to no avail didn’t deny him communion. Biden, though, has apparently gone too far.
The Biden administration’s top spy is so low-key, it’s hard for some to tell whether she is (or isn’t) on Twitter.