Vice President Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisBiden says GOP senators have called to congratulate him Biden says family will avoid business conflicts Biden says China must play by 'international norms' MORE (D-Calif.) will face off in their own debate at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Oct. 7. … [Read more...] about Biden, Trump clash at vicious, ugly debate
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McCarthy’s outreach to the Freedom Caucus doesn’t stop at Jordan. The California Republican worked closely with GOP Policy Chairman Gary PalmerGary James PalmerAlabama zeroes in on Richard Shelby's future House GOP votes to keep leaders in place Comer tapped to serve as top Republican on House Oversight MORE (Ala.), a Freedom Caucus member, to draft the party’s “Commitment to America” agenda. More recently, McCarthy teamed with current Freedom Caucus Chair Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) and Rep. Chip RoyCharles (Chip) Eugene RoyThe Hill's Morning Report - Too close to call Chip Roy fends off challenge from Wendy Davis to win reelection in Texas Democrats seek wave to bolster House majority MORE (R-Texas) in filing a joint lawsuit challenging Democrats’ use of proxy voting, which allows members to cast votes remotely and avoid traveling to D.C. due to the pandemic. … [Read more...] about McCarthy woos Freedom Caucus with eye on Speakership
There is a meaningful difference between an exoneration and a decision not to charge, say experts. “It’s good news for him, but it doesn’t exonerate him,” said Chris Bruno, a former prosecutor at the DOJ, which can bring criminal charges for insider trading. “It just means that they have not been able to find relevant evidence that would substantiate a case, at this static point in time, beyond a reasonable doubt, and that’s different from exonerating someone. They’re not saying they found evidence showing innocence.” … [Read more...] about Perdue Says the SEC ‘Totally Exonerated’ Him, a Thing the SEC Cannot Legally Do
Moore, a former state legislator who staked a claim as the first elected official in the U.S. to endorse Trump in 2015, has been very active on social media in supporting the president's legal challenges to the election results and refusal to concede. And, in an interview with Fox News this week, he emphasized a desire to address "election integrity" in Congress "regardless of who wins the election." … [Read more...] about Alabama Rep-elect Barry Moore pledges to join challenge to electoral votes ‘day one,’ backs federal voter ID
Pressed by moderator Chris Wallace, who insisted on knowing if Trump would be willing to condemn white supremacist supporters, Trump eventually said, "Sure. I'm willing to do that." But he also issued a call to one of the most abhorrent groups in America, the so-called "Proud Boys," whose name you may have first heard in the infamous 2017 rally in Charlottesville, amid the crowds chanting of "Jews will not replace us." Trump's message from the debate stage, "Proud boys, stand back and stand by." Stand by? For what? … [Read more...] about Who won the first presidential debate?