Biden wants four more years to 'finish the job.' What remains undone?
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is set to launch his 2024 presidential campaign in mid-May, according to a report. Four GOP operatives familiar with the matter told NBC News that the Florida governor will launch his long-awaited campaign next month. One clarified that mid-May would be the launch of an exploratory campaign, followed closely by an announcement. May 11 would be the earliest date for the lau...
Washington Examiner · 11 hours ago
The Debrief with Hugo Gurdon: Why nobody wants a rematch of Trump and Biden in 2024
Editor-In-Chief Hugo Gurdon joins Jim Antle to discuss how the disapproval ratings for former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden remain very high and why the electorate is interested in seeing different candidates in 2024.
Washington Examiner · 12 hours ago
The Funniest Moments from President Joe Biden 2023 White House Correspondents' Dinner Speech
Don Lemon, Tucker Carlson and Elon Musk to politicians like Kevin McCarthy, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Ron DeSantis were among those teased by Joe Biden in his hilarious roast at the 2023 White House Correspondents' Association dinner on Saturday.
People · 19 hours ago
Islamic State leader is killed in Syria by Turkish intelligence services, President Erdogan says
The suspected leader of the Islamic State has been killed in Syria in an operation carried out by Turkey's MIT intelligence agency, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (pictured) said Sunday.
Daily Mail · 1 hour ago · By Matthew Lodge
Time for Biden to ‘get off the sidelines’ and ‘start negotiating,’ House GOP leader says
House Majority Leader Steve Scalise said Sunday that it's time for President Biden to come to the negotiating table in the wake of House Republicans passing a bill to raise the debt ceiling and avoid default.
Washington Times · 11 hours ago · By Ramsey Touchberry
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. pledges not to run 'mean-spirited' campaign against Biden
Lawmakers at both the federal and state level are seeking to “blacklist” or otherwise crack down on Chinese ownership of U.S. farmland, including but not limited to land near U.S. military bases. In an exclusive interview with Washington Examiner, Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-SD), a member of the House China committee, said China’s purchases of U.S. land were “part of a deliberate and planned-in-full att...
Washington Examiner · 6 hours ago
Biden vows action on detained US journalists in White House Correspondents Dinner speech
The House narrowly passed Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s debt ceiling bill on Wednesday, handing the Republican leader a key legislative win and setting the stage for him to restart negotiations with the White House before risking a default on the country’s loans. Lawmakers passed the debt ceiling proposal along party lines with a 217-215 vote, with just four Republicans voting against the measure. The ...
Washington Examiner · 16 hours ago
Expelled Tennessee State Lawmakers Take Part in Climate Change Protest in DC
Two Tennessee House Democrats took part in a protest outside the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner on April 29, as the protest’s organizer is accusing President Joe Biden of committing “ecocide.” Reps. Justin Jones (D-Nashville) and Justin Pearson (D-Memphis), who were expelled from the Tennesse General Assembly in early April before they were reinstated, took […]
NTD · 9 hours ago
Commanders focus on needs over star power with lack-of-splash draft
Emmanuel Forbes, selected 16th overall, is the headliner of a Commanders' draft class that may be considered safe, but it's a class that is designed to fill the Commanders' biggest needs.
Washington Times · 6 hours ago · By Matthew Paras
Megyn Kelly Claims Fox News in ‘Existential Crisis’ After Tucker Carlson’s Exit
Podcaster and former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly argued that Fox News could be in serious trouble after the departure of Tucker Carlson, arguably their most popular host, last week. Kelly said during a recent episode of her podcast that Carlson was the “only unique draw” that Fox News had before his departure was announced […]
NTD · 4 hours ago
Biden aims darts at Fox News, Donald Trump at correspondents' dinner
U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday, in a possible preview of a 2024 presidential campaign theme, attacked news outlets he said used "lies told for profit and power" to stir up hatred, as he coupled his remarks with pointed jokes about Fox News.
Reuters · 10 hours ago
Sanders: Biden could ‘win in a landslide’
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Sunday said President Biden, who kicked off his reelection campaign last week, could “win in a landslide” in 2024. Sanders, who ran against Biden in the 2020 race, said it’s “no great secret” that he and the president “have strong differences of opinion,” but stressed that he thinks Biden is…
The Hill · 8 hours ago
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