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Trump has been lasering in on Vice President Kamala Harris in the weeks following Biden's stumbling performance at their debate on June 27. "I got him out the race, and that means we have Kamala," Trump said in the clip. "Respects to our potentially new Democrat Challenger, Laffin' Kamala Harris," Trump said, using a new nickname for the vice president. AdvertisementIn fact, "Laffin' Kamala Harris" isn't the only nickname he's coined for her. Trump has applied his penchant for name-calling to his Democratic rivals too, dubbing Hillary Clinton "Crooked Hillary" and Joe Biden "Sleepy Joe."
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Read previewDonald Trump doesn't want Mark Zuckerberg to forget about their long-running beef. Advertisement"Last week, the weirdo — he's a weirdo — Mark Zuckerberg came to the White House, kissed my ass all night," Trump said. "'Sir, I'd love to have dinner, sir. I'd love to have dinner. I'd love to bring my lovely wife,'" he said, mimicking the supposed conversation.
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Former President Donald Trump doesn't think Biden's going to be his rival for much longer. He likened Biden to an "old, broken down pile of crap," per a video obtained by The Daily Beast. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump seems to think President Joe Biden's campaign is over, and he can barely contain his excitement. He's quitting the race," Trump said of Biden's disastrous performance at last week's presidential debate.
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But former President Donald Trump says he isn't too bothered by the bad press. "She had a bad week. We all have bad weeks," Trump said. AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump doesn't appear to be too bothered by the criticism surrounding South Dakota Gov. She had a bad week.
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A majority of Americans have consistently said in polling that they favor the Roe vs. Wade protections that the court dismantled. At the time, he said he wouldn't sign a federal abortion ban at 15 weeks. In recent months, however, Trump moved in the direction of a federal abortion ban even as some of his statements were at odds with his campaign. After reports surfaced that he told allies he was mulling a federal abortion ban at 16 weeks, his campaign dismissed it as "fake news." "President Trump supports preserving life but has also made clear that he supports states' rights because he supports the voters' right to make decisions for themselves," Brian Hughes, a Trump senior adviser, said in a statement.
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Donald Trump doesn't see eye-to-eye with Elon Musk on electric vehicles. Trump confirmed he met with Musk but said he doesn't know if he'll get his support. AdvertisementDonald Trump may be courting Elon Musk for potential campaign support, but don't expect the former president to change his messaging on EVs anytime soon. Trump met with Musk in Palm Beach, Florida, last week, as he looks to boost donations to his presidential campaign. During the Trump administration, Musk served on two presidential advisory councils but left after Trump elected to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Accords.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has made some strong claims over the past few days about shutting down the U.S.-Mexico border as he tries to salvage a border deal in Congress that would also unlock money for Ukraine. “It’ll also give me as president, the emergency authority to shut down the border until it could get back under control. But his statement that he would shut down the border “right now” if Congress passed the proposed deal is more about politics than policy. WOULD THE BORDER REALLY SHUT DOWN UNDER THE DEAL? DOES BIDEN ALREADY HAVE AUTHORITY TO SHUT DOWN THE BORDER?
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Claims that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani threatened former U.S. President Donald Trump with revealing information about his handling of classified documents and his attempts to overturn the 2020 elections originated as satire, although some social media users were duped into thinking they are legitimate. I don't report the facts, I improve them.” Reuters has previously debunked satirical claims taken seriously that stemmed from this account (here), (here). No credible news outlets reported on the supposed story (bit.ly/3EDY5eJ), and searches through his website (here) and Twitter account provided no results (bit.ly/3YbVHmw), (bit.ly/41vurBY). Rudy Giuliani did not threaten Donald Trump with revealing information if he’s not paid “the money he’s owed”. The claims stem from a satirical Twitter account.
Trump's lawyers asked to have his infamous Access Hollywood tape banned from an upcoming trial. The request to exclude the "Access Hollywood" tape was made in the defamation case. Trump's lawyers argued in court filings Thursday that the "Access Hollywood" tape "must be precluded" from trial because it is "irrelevant and highly prejudicial." In the tape, a hot mic captured Trump bragging to "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush in 2005 about groping women without their consent. Trump has denied ever sexually assaulting anyone and has dismissed his "Access Hollywood" comments as "locker-room talk."
Donald Trump is skeptical of Rep. Elise Stefanik, The New York Times reported in a new profile. But Trump has mocked what he sees as efforts by Stefanik at self-promotion, The Times reported. The New York Times cited two sources close to Trump for his apparent mistrust of her. It highlighted stories in the media floating Stefanik as a potential running mate for Trump as a source of derision. Trump and Stefanik didn't immediately respond to a request for comment by Insider, made outside normal working hours.
Democratic governors see a big role for themselves in keeping Donald Trump out of the White House. Governors can help President Joe Biden by implementing "transformational" legislation, said DGA Chair Roy Cooper. After four years as governor with Trump as president, Cooper said, "It's not something I want to live again." He said he supports President Joe Biden, he believes Biden will run again in 2024, and he thinks Biden can defeat anyone Republicans nominate. Governors can help Biden in 2024 by ensuring that the "transformational" federal legislation that has passed during his presidency is implemented in the right way, he said.
Ron DeSantis, who frequently criticizes him. Ron DeSantis while campaigning in Florida on Tuesday evening, one week out from Election Day. Earlier in the day, however, Biden called DeSantis "Donald Trump incarnate" during a fundraiser in Golden Beach, Florida. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, in November. Taking the stage on Tuesday, Crist said "Ron DeSantis wants to do to America what he has done to Florida."
Ron DeSantis and Democrat Charlie Crist debated on Monday. Ron DeSantis and Democrat Charlie Crist, a former congressman, faced off Monday in their lone debate before the election to decide who will lead Florida over the next four years. DeSantis has become a fan favorite to run for president in 2024, particularly if former President Donald Trump doesn't run again. DeSantis tied Crist to BidenOn the campaign trail, DeSantis rarely says Crist's name. Crist has openly supported and embraced Biden, and the president is scheduled to campaign with Crist in Florida on November 1.
Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy PolicyMIAMI, Florida — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday that he would be receptive to a phone call from President Joe Biden about the Hurricane Ian as it closes in on his state. The White House confirmed earlier in the day that Biden hadn't called, but repeatedly dodged questions about why. Biden raised the calls during an event in the White House the Rose Garden but did not mention DeSantis. It's possible he will challenge Biden for president in 2024, particularly if former President Donald Trump doesn't seek the White House again.
The federal government is providing aid, but Biden hasn't called DeSantis. Ron DeSantis of Florida about the state's forthcoming hurricane. Criswell on Tuesday repeatedly dodged questions about why Biden hadn't called DeSantis, instead stressing that FEMA worked quickly to support Florida. Presidents and governors typically hold a phone call at a time of natural disasters so presidents can offer federal support and bipartisanship. DeSantis said Sunday that the Biden administration had been supportive regarding hurricane preparation measures.
Ron DeSantis has proposed an additional $1.1 billion in tax cuts presented weeks ahead of his November reelection bid. He promised to announce more tax cuts in the weeks ahead. Still, some of the tax cuts DeSantis is proposing come on items that families find essential and that they'd likely buy with or without a tax break. Florida is one of nine states that doesn't have a state income tax, and tax cuts are typically a major part of GOP platforms. DeSantis first previewed the proposed tax cuts during a press conference at the end of August.
It pales in comparison to getting the Supreme Court justice," an expert told Insider. The federal judge — now a newly minted Supreme Court Justice — is the first nominee in US history to be confirmed this close to an Election Day. McConnell's 'leave no vacancy behind' mindset about the courtsAnd the timing couldn't have been more ideal for the party, experts told Insider. In total, the top Republican has overseen 220 confirmations, including three Supreme Court justices. The Supreme Court offers them a shortcut "to enforce these kinds of values that they're really concerned about."
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