CNN plays tape of President Trump showing off classified military documents
The Koch family, longtime conservative check issuers, are reportedly trying to keep Donald Trump from winning the 2024 Republican primary, according to a new report.
Americans for Prosperity Action, a network of political groups founded by Charles and David Koch, will invest in the Republican presidential primary for the first time since its inception. Officials have already raised more than $70 million in race funds that they hope will help Republicans overtake Trump, according to the paper. New York Times.
The group’s intention is reportedly to prevent Republican front-runner Donald Trump from winning the 2024 primary.of times In a memo to the group’s donors, network executive Emily Seidel reportedly said it was time for “2025 to have a president to represent a new chapter.”
During the 2020 election, the group spent nearly $500 million in support of Republican candidates and causes.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is the only Republican with numbers to match Trump’s, but the organization reportedly hopes Trump will face Joe Biden in 2022. He said he had not yet decided who he would take on the mission to stop him from doing so.
Koch to fund key Trump opponents
A network of political groups founded by brothers Charles and David Koch will continue to fund conservative causes unless they endorse Donald Trump.
The Cokes’ network, Americans for Prosperity Action, is funding candidates to help Republicans “stay away” from Trump, a spokeswoman said. new york times.
The network has already raised over $70 million.
This is the first time the network has challenged a primary, and the group’s intention is apparently to prevent Republican front-runner Donald Trump from winning the primary.of times The network’s top executive, Emily Seidel, has reportedly sent a letter to the group’s donors saying it’s time for “2025 to have a president who represents a new chapter.”
Greig GraziosiJuly 2, 2023 15:55
Despite Recent Ruling, Biden Says Expanding Supreme Court Is a ‘Mistake’
The High Court ruled this week that race-based admissions were unconstitutional, upending decades of policy and preventing universities from considering race as a factor in student applications.
Oliver O’connellJuly 2, 2023 15:45
RFK Jr. says he’s ‘proud’ of receiving praise from President Trump
Yes, he is running as a “Democrat”…
Oliver O’connellJuly 2, 2023 13:45
SCOTUS Allows Colorado Designer to Reject LGBT+ Customers
The Supreme Court ruled Friday that wedding website designers can refuse to create work for people in the LGBT+ community if it goes against their religious beliefs.
The court’s conservative majority ruled 6-3 in favor of Colorado-based website creator Laurie Smith. He wanted to refuse service to same-sex couples, but could not because it violated public facilities. law.
Oliver O’connellJuly 2, 2023 11:15
Despite looming indictments, President Trump demanded ‘my box’ back from federal officials
The former president reportedly still wanted the documents and boxes seized from Mar-a-Lago as Donald Trump’s lawyers began preparing federal charges.
Trump called the confidential documents “my box” and “my documents” and asked his lawyers to retrieve them, said a person with direct knowledge of the matter. rolling stone.
Oliver O’connellJuly 2, 2023 08:15
“Oh God, I try not to think about it.”
President Joe Biden was asked if he thought Trump tipped off on Russian President Vladimir Putin about the failed coup attempt by Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin over the weekend. Probably summed up the thoughts of most diplomatic experts.
“Oh my god, I try not to think about it,” Biden said.
Oliver O’connellJuly 2, 2023 05:15
Did DeSantis break the law on his Texas border trip?
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ presidential campaign has been accused of violating the law after it shared on Twitter an image of a candidate exiting a helicopter reportedly owned by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Gustav Kirandel I’ll explain why it matters.
Oliver O’connellJuly 2, 2023 02:15
Pence meets with Zelensky in Ukraine
CNN first reported that former Vice President Mike Pence visited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in a sign of unity with Ukraine at a time when many Republican lawmakers were unhappy with their support for Ukraine.
Oliver O’connellJuly 1, 2023 23:15
Trump celebrates Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action
Former President Donald Trump celebrated Wednesday morning the Supreme Court’s decision to reject affirmative action programs at U.S. colleges, calling it “a great day for America.”
Oliver O’connell21:15, July 1, 2023
DeSantis profit surges on prepayment for bookings
Republican presidential candidate and Florida governor Ron DeSantis saw his income skyrocket this year from book deals.
He made $1.25 million in advance for a memoir he published earlier this year, adding significantly to his net worth, according to his annual financial disclosure form.
a book titled courage to be free was published by HarperCollins in February and made the New York Times bestseller list the following month.
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