Trump plans to affirm his commitment to the Republican Party — and raise the possibility that someone else will be the GOP's next presidential nominee — in a closed-door speech to donors Saturday night.
Dear Sen. Daines: You are one of those I hold personally responsible for the deaths at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, along with Donald J. Trump…
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Among the tangled mix of QAnon images and Confederate, Trump and Gadsden flags emblazoned with “Don’t Tread on Me” carried or worn during the Capitol riots in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6 were multiple “Oath Keepers” patches, often with a chapter location.
The president confirmed in a Sunday afternoon tweet that the former New York mayor had tested positive.
TRUMP, on Pfizer’s announcement: “As soon as April, the vaccine will be available to the entire general population with the exception of places like New York state where for political reasons the governor decided to say — and I don’t think it’s good politically, I think it’s very bad from a health standpoint — but he wants to take his time with a vaccine. ... We can’t be delivering it to a state that won’t be giving it to its people immediately.” — remarks Friday.
TRUMP: “The Consent Decree signed by the Georgia Secretary of State, with the approval of Governor @BrianKempGA, at the urging of @staceyabrams, makes it impossible to check & match signatures on ballots and envelopes, etc. They knew they were going to cheat. Must expose real signatures!” — tweet Saturday.
President Trump returned to the Oval Office and shared a video from the Rose Garden after making his presence known Wednesday on social media. Here's the latest virus news.
A federal judge in Montana on Wednesday said claims that the election could be marred by widespread voter fraud is "a fiction."
TRUMP: “I’m the one who brought back football. By the way, I brought back Big Ten football. It was me and I’m very happy to do it.”