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NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Republican presidential candidate and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley has been campaigning officially for a seat in the Oval Office for over a year, leaving her as the sole remaining candidate running against former President Donald Trump for the GOP's nomination. Haley, on the other hand, has repeatedly taken shots at her 77-year-old rival for his age, mental acuity, and policy choices. The longer she stays in the race and continues bashing her former boss, her chances of getting tapped to become his possible vice president could dwindle.
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If Biden drops from the presidential race, it would likely lead to a contested convention in August. AdvertisementFor years, Democratic President Joe Biden has been plagued with critiques about his old age and perceived cognitive skills. With no candidate having amassed a majority of the nation's delegates, the Democratic presidential nominee was decided at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, where anti-war protesters angrily demonstrated outside. AdvertisementMost of the state delegates at the convention voted for Humphrey, leading him to win the Democratic Party's nomination. Unless Biden stuns the party and suddenly drops out, the current 81-year-old president is on a fast track to obtaining the Democratic presidential nomination.
Persons: Biden, Lyndon B, Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, , Joe Biden, Robert Hur's, Martin Luther King Jr, Sen, Eugene McCarthy, Robert F, Kennedy, Humphrey, McCarthy, Dan Rather, Walter Cronkite, we've, Dan, Richard Nixon, Jaime Harrison, Donald Trump — Organizations: Service, Democratic, Convention, Republican, Democratic National Committee, DNC Locations: Vietnam, New, Memphis, Chicago
He said the idea of usurping the nomination from Biden and then winning is "certifiably insane." AdvertisementThe chairman of the Democratic National Committee said the idea of replacing President Joe Biden as the party's candidate and winning the election in November is "certifiably crazy actually." Nevertheless, Super Tuesday, where roughly a third of the nation's Democratic delegates will be doled out, is fast approaching. That hasn't happened, though, since Democratic President Lyndon B. Johnson said he wouldn't run for reelection in 1968 after winning the New Hampshire primary in late March of that year. The 1968 contested convention was chaotic — even dangerous at times — and the Democratic candidate chosen, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, lost in November by 110 electoral votes.
Persons: Biden, , Joe Biden, Jaime Harrison, Kamala Harris, Certifiably, Robert Hur's, Lyndon B, Johnson, Hubert Humphrey Organizations: Service, Democratic National Committee, Biden, Democratic, Democratic Party, Convention, New, Emerson College, Trump Locations: @harrisonjaime, New Hampshire
South Carolina's Republican primary is on Saturday, February 24. Nikki Haley, one of two remaining major GOP candidates, grew up there and governed the state. Nevertheless, 63% of local GOP voters said they'd prefer Trump over the South Carolinian candidate. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementNearly two-thirds of likely Republican primary voters in South Carolina said in a recent poll they prefer former President Donald Trump as the presidential nominee over former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, despite it being her home state.
Persons: Nikki Haley, they'd, , Donald Trump, Trump, Haley Organizations: South, Republican, GOP, Trump, Service, Suffolk University, USA, Clemson University, Business Locations: South Carolina
Read previewAfter four months of failed votes, retirements, and shrinking the party's already-narrow majority, House Republicans are feeling the harsh effects of ousting then-Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy from his leadership role in October 2023. Before obtaining the speakership, his highest leadership experience came from his nearly three years as the vice chair of the House Republican Conference, where he had scant experience raising money and campaigning for other Republicans. Because of this narrower majority, Johnson has an increasingly difficult job getting House Republicans to vote in lockstep — practically the only way the conference can pass legislation without relying on Democratic votes. McCarthy also had ample experience fundraising and propping up trailing candidates, attributes that could've helped New York special election candidate Mazi Pilip on Tuesday. AdvertisementOr as one House Republican put it bluntly earlier in February: "Getting rid of Speaker McCarthy has officially turned into an unmitigated disaster."
Persons: , Kevin McCarthy, McCarthy's, Matt Gaetz, Mike Johnson, Johnson, George Santos, Santos, lockstep —, Donald Trump, McCarthy would've, It's, McCarthy, could've, Mazi Pilip, Johnson — would've Organizations: Service, Republicans, Republican, GOP, Business, House Republican Conference, Democratic Party, Democratic, Trump, House GOP Locations: New York
Just 1 in 3 voters are confident in Joe Biden's physical and mental faculties, per a new poll. But Biden's support overall is roughly the same as it was in 2020. AdvertisementA new poll from Monmouth University shows that just 1 in 3 voters are confident in President Joe Biden's physical and mental faculties, though support for the 2024 presidential candidate is around the same as from 2020. Conducted between February 8 to 12 with 902 US adults, the poll found that 32% of respondents felt confident in the 81-year-old Biden's "mental & physical stamina." Despite the waning public confidence in Biden's mental and physical strength, the poll found that support for the Democratic candidate remains about the same as in 2020 when he first faced off against Trump for president.
Persons: Joe Biden's, , Robert Hur, Beau, Donald Trump, Biden Organizations: Service, Monmouth University, Republican, Trump, Biden, Democratic
Read previewThe head of Oklahoma's Board of Education celebrated the departure of a local elementary school principal who resigned recently after their school received hate-induced bomb threats. The Western Heights School District board accepted the resignation of Shane Murnan, the former principal at John Glenn Elementary School, on Monday — a little over five months after beginning the position. As NBC News reported, publicizing Murnan's hobby quickly led to Murnan and the school district receiving bomb threats, leading to Murnan's voluntary departure. "Drag queens do not belong in Oklahoma schools," Walters tweeted. Walters' celebratory tweet on Wednesday wasn't the first time he's weighed in online about Murnan's resignation.
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Democratic former Rep. Tom Suozzi won Tuesday night's special election in New York. As a result, Trump took to Truth Social to insult the GOP's losing candidate, Mazi Pilip. AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump railed against the GOP's losing candidate in New York's 3rd Congressional District's special election on Tuesday, attributing her loss to not having supported him enough. Democratic former Rep. Tom Suozzi bested Republican candidate Mazi Pilip on Tuesday by just under 8 percentage points, surpassing expectations set from prior polling amid a heavy New York snowstorm. Trump wrote, referring to Pilip being registered to vote as a Democrat for over a decade when chosen as the GOP's nominee.
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By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Republicans in the House of Representatives successfully —but just barely — voted to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Tuesday. Put bluntly, Mayorkas' impeachment is a classic case of "performance politics." After the impeachment vote succeeded on Tuesday, Green told Politico the party's more than willing to keep impeaching DHS secretaries until someone does the job to its liking. "If that person doesn't do his job well, we will impeach his ass too," he said.
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The senior-most US senator from Texas is in an online spat with state Attorney General Ken Paxton. Paxton took umbrage Tuesday morning to Sen. John Cornyn's supporting vote on a recent foreign aid bill. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementOne of Texas' highest-ranking state officials squabbling with the state's senior-most senator in Congress over a $95 billion foreign aid bill. The lawsuit led state legislators to file articles of impeachment against Paxton in 2023, and the state senate later acquitted him.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewAs voters in New York's 3rd Congressional District cast their votes in Tuesday's special election, heavy snowfall across the region may play a key role in downsizing the Republican Party's already narrow House majority. In the weeks leading up to the special election, polling indicated that Suozzi appeared to possess a 4 percentage point advantage over Pilip. Politico reported on February 10 that Suozzi, at the time, possessed a lead in reported early votes. Nevertheless, there's still hope for Pilip and the Republican Party: the aforementioned research report also noted that "poor weather" tends to benefit the GOP more than Democrats.
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On January 6, 2021, Vice President Mike Pence led Congress in certifying the election. GOP Rep. Elise Stefanik said she would've done things differently if in his shoes. Stefanik is considered to be on Trump's short list of potential running mates this time around. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementHouse Republican Conference chair Rep. Elise Stefanik, one of the leading prospects to become President Donald Trump's running mate, said she 'would not have done' what former Vice President Mike Pence did to certify the presidential election on January 6, 2021.
Persons: Mike Pence, Elise Stefanik, , Donald Trump's, CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Stefanik Organizations: GOP, Service, House Republican, Business
Some Democrats also previously complained about his age, but the party has no alternatives now. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . With less than a year until election day, the Democratic Party has no apparent backup plan if it decides to part with its endorsed candidate. AdvertisementTake Michigan, the next state on the calendar to host its Democratic primary on February 27.
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Hawaii's Supreme Court ruled there's no "state constitutional right to carry a firearm in public." The court's opinion said the US Supreme Court's 2022 concealed carry ruling "unravels durable law." AdvertisementThe Hawaii Supreme Court quoted the influential television series, "The Wire," in a ruling on Wednesday bashing gun ownership. Hawaii's Second Circuit Court agreed with Wilson's legal team, but Hawaii appealed the decision to its supreme court. AdvertisementThe creator of the highly acclaimed show, David Simon, highlighted the Hawaii Supreme Court's homage to his work in a post on X Thursday morning.
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In 2022, Biden's team found classified documents in an office outside the White House. A special counsel appointed by the attorney general did not recommend charges against the president. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementIn a newly released report, US special counsel Robert Hur chided President Joe Biden for his handling of classified documents but said he shouldn't be charged with any crimes. "We conclude that no criminal charges are warranted in this matter," the report said at the beginning of its executive summary.
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Special Counsel Robert Hur investigated President Joe Biden's improper document storage for a year. It specifically cites Biden's declining memory and old age as reasons not to prosecute. AdvertisementUS Special Counsel Robert Hur's newly released report cites President Joe Biden's memory and advanced age as a reason not to charge him for mishandling classified documents. "Nonetheless, the most important decision the Special Counsel made—that no charges are warranted—is firmly based on the facts and evidence." The special counsel's report comes as Republican leaders and some Democrats have raised alarms about the president's age cognitive abilities.
Persons: Robert Hur, Joe Biden's, , Robert Hur's, Biden's, Donald Trump, Biden, White, Richard Sauber, weren't Organizations: Service, Sauber Locations: willfulness
Nikki Haley was the only major presidential candidate to appear on the state's GOP primary ballot. AdvertisementDespite being the only currently running major candidate on the official state-run Republican presidential primary in Nevada, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley lost to the option "None of These Candidates." Importantly, if a candidate chooses to be apart of the state-run primary, the Nevada GOP said they will not be permitted to also caucus on February 8. For reasons not entirely clear, Haley signed up to be a part of the state-run primary in 2023, even though she could not win any delegates from it. As former President Donald Trump, the leading GOP candidate in the race, is signed up for caucus, Haley was the only major candidate on the Nevada primary's ballot.
Persons: Nikki Haley, , Haley, Donald Trump, Pete Buttigieg, Steve Kornacki, it's Organizations: GOP, Service, Nevada's Republican Party, Nevada GOP, Democratic, Republican, Democratic Party Locations: Nevada
As House Republicans failed Tuesday evening in a vote to impeach Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, two staunch conservative representatives from Texas pushed back against former President Donald Trump's claims that reforming the US-Mexico border is easy. "We're not going to just pass the buck and say that, 'Oh, any president could walk in and secure the border,'" Roy said. "I saw former President Trump make that allegation earlier today on one of his social media posts. But his attempts to halt illegal immigration via a border wall and other means didn't work. "Why didn't Trump just shut down the border if you just think we don't need any changes to law?"
Persons: Alejandro Mayorkas, Donald Trump's, Chip Roy, Trump, We're, Roy, Dan Crenshaw, Crenshaw, didn't Trump Organizations: Service, Republicans, Homeland, GOP, Trump, Business, Cato Institute Locations: Texas, Mexico, United States, Houston
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewA House Republican blamed the media for former President Donald Trump being removed from ballots as members of the GOP plan to file a resolution absolving him of the crimes he's been charged with in connection to January 6. Speaking fifth in a long series of frustrated Republicans, Rep. Andy Biggs directly accused the news media of leading Colorado and Maine to remove Trump from their presidential ballots. Advertisement"It was not an insurrection, but the craze-o's on the left supported by their accomplices in the media continue to try to harass and have President Trump removed from ballots using this false narrative," he said. She also told reporters, "You're hurting your own careers and you're hurting your industry" by labeling the former president an "insurrectionist."
Persons: , Donald Trump, Matt Gaetz, Gaetz, Sen, JD Vance, Andy Biggs, Trump, Lauren Boebert, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Jack Smith Organizations: Service, Republican, GOP, Rep, Business, Trump, Veritas, New York Times, firebrand, House Locations: United States, Colorado, Maine
After months of Senate meetings, a group of legislators revealed a bipartisan border bill. A Democratic senator said he's "gobsmacked" the GOP's killing a bill with policies the party wants. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementA Democratic senator said he's "just gobsmacked" to see congressional Republicans continue rapidly coalesce against the recently revealed Senate immigration bill.
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One Republican said it was the "worst screwing" in the Senate since a recently revealed sex tape. "This bill is the worst screwing in the Senate since that Dem staffer filmed his porno on Klobuchar's desk," Collins wrote, comparing it to a recently unearthed video from December 2018 that shows a former Senate staffer having sex with another man where the senator from Minnesota typically sits. If passed, the nearly 300-page border bill would give the Department of Homeland Security the power to close down the border and halt further movement into the country if the average of immigrants exceeds certain numbers. House Majority Leader Steve Scalise promised Sunday evening the legislation would never even receive a vote on the House floor. And Speaker of the House Mike Johnson said, "If this bill reaches the House, it will be dead on arrival."
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Staff turnover in Republican Rep. Nancy Mace's office is about as high as possible as she deals with a primary challenge from a former chief of staff, a recent report revealed. On Monday, The Daily Beast reported that her entire Capitol Hill staff has turned over since November 1. The only person fired was her former chief of staff, Dan Hanlon, whom she let go on December 1, 2023, and who reportedly left with the office popcorn machine. Mace's conduct in office has done more than rankle her former staff: it's also given her opponents plenty of fodder in their campaigns to unseat her. AdvertisementA representative from Mace's staff did not respond to Business Insider's request for comment.
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The crash test highlights safety experts' concerns about faster and heavier EVs. AdvertisementA new video of a Rivian truck bursting through steel guardrails during a crash test highlights some of the safety concerns experts have raised about heavy electric vehicles. Bigger the car, deadlier the crashSafety experts have previously raised concerns about the risks heavy vehicles and heavier EVs could bring to the roads. In the UK, safety experts say the heavier weight could cause older parking garages across the country to collapse. "There is some urgency to address this issue," Cody Stolle, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility's assistant director, told the publication.
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Firebrand Rep. Lauren Boebert is flirting with the idea of ousting Speaker Mike Johnson. She said on Steve Bannon's podcast she doesn't "want to get there, but we need leadership." Boebert previously had a hand ensuring any GOP member can file a motion to vacate the speaker. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementNearly four months after former GOP Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy was booted from his leadership role, Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert suggested the caucus may need to do the same to current Speaker Mike Johnson.
Persons: Lauren Boebert, Mike Johnson, Steve Bannon's, Boebert, , Kevin McCarthy Organizations: Service, Republican, Business
As Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz continues to circulate a drafted resolution saying former President Donald Trump didn't "engage in insurrection or rebellion against the United States, or give aid or comfort to the enemies thereof," retired DC Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone isn't surprised. "It's another example of Matt Gaetz's endless ass-kissing campaign to ingratiate himself with Donald Trump," he told Business Insider Friday morning. In late January, the Daily Mail reported Gaetz's office had begun sending emails of the resolution to members of the House who've endorsed Trump's reelection campaign. Gaetz has yet to file the resolution, but Politico reported that same day it would likely be coming soon. Ultimately, he said, "I feel betrayed" by Trump supporters and legislators he said are operating out of their self-interests.
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