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Inside the White House, the vibe is shifting, even if the polls have not budged much.
The Florida governor has played his hand carefully as he weighs a 2024 bid, rarely crossing Donald Trump overtly. But the former president’s legal troubles could force him to take a side.
In an experiment with influencers, two young progressive strategists tapped apolitical accounts to promote policy-related content, focusing on reaching young voters of color.
Beyond elections and voting issues, these Trump-aligned candidates could shape the country’s policies on abortion, climate change, same-sex marriage and much more.
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Schmitt, having reinvented himself as a hard-line culture warrior, can now revel in his Senate nomination, while Greitens has met what appears to be a humiliating political end.