The former president has employed suggestive rhetoric before. But the message he promoted to his social media followers this week was strikingly direct.
Let’s run down what we’ve learned about his potential legal liabilities and financial issues.
Polls showed she was the rare Trump administration official who was well-regarded on both sides of the political spectrum, crafting a brand independent of him. Now come some hard decisions about how to parlay that into a presidential campaign.
With Democrats’ hold on the Senate tenuous, some argue that at least one of the liberal justices should retire. If they did, it would be extraordinarily unusual.
Nearly 8 in 10 want him out (including 7 in 10 Republicans). About the only politician who exceeded that this century was former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich (D).
Trump is criticizing the Florida governor for closing down his state during the pandemic, though it pursued an ambitious reopening — and earned his praise at the time.
District Attorney Fani Willis says charging decisions are “imminent.” Here’s what could be on the table for Trump — or his allies.
Newly-released footage should quash speculation about the assault. But the Pelosi episode shows how many on the right are all too easer to spread innuendo and debunked claims.
Given McCarthy’s claim that he’s simply applying the new standard set by Democrats, it’s worth running through a comparison of the two situations.
What does it mean for Republicans to promote her as a face of the party? And what do voters think of the congresswoman?