Dec 07, 2017
Trump is swooping into Alabama to prop up Republican Sen. Luther Strange's campaign. But some Trump backers say the president is supporting the wrong man. They prefer the Bannon-aligned Roy Moore.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/Eg6NMqq
Bannon spoke at a rally for Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, who will face off against Luther Strange in a primary Tuesday to fill Alabama's U.S. Senate seat.
Senator Luther Strange, who won the president's backing, loses to firebrand conservative Roy Moore.
Ben Carson, the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, on Friday praised Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore in the state’s contentious runoff, an apparent break with the president who is backing another candidate.
Following the annual White House Turkey pardon, President Trump held an impromptu gaggle with the press before his departure to Mar-a-Lago. When asked if he supported GOP Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore, President Trump responded, “We don’t need a liberal democrat in that seat.” President Trump...
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson threw his support behind former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore for U.S. Senator Friday, hours before President Donald Trump campaigns for Moore's opponent, establishment-backed U.S. Senator Luther Strange.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller asked Cambridge Analytica, a data firm that worked for President Donald Trump’s campaign, to turn over documents as part of its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election, according to people familiar with the matter.
On Friday, July 17, 2015, Donald Trump called me at the offices of THE WEEKLY STANDARD. He wanted to tell me that even though I’d been critical of him, and indeed though I had said I couldn’t imagine supporting him for president, he thought I’d been fairer and more open-minded about him than some...
Notice how Trump’s campaign manager doesn’t qualify the statement by saying “radical.” As usual, CAIR has disabled comments on this clip.
Here’s predicting flat out that yes, at some point, Trump will try to oust Mueller.
The head of the FCC on Wednesday released his detailed proposal to repeal net neutrality rules for online traffic, setting the stage for a vote next month. Here are the five commissioners who will decide the latest round of that battle at the FCC’s Dec. 14 meeting.
If the governor truly believes that climate change is an “existential crisis,”as he has said, he should instruct state regulators to stop approving new oil wells in California
Hillary Clinton showed how out of touch with reality she is this week when confronted about her ties to Wall Street. The former Secretary of State’s cozy relationship with special interest groups is so well-documented that even Democrats do not challenge it, with supporters of Bernie Sanders in...
Doug Jones pulled off an upset victory in Alabama on Tuesday, but things may not be quite what they seem. For one, Roy Moore faced an unprecedented amount of negative …
39 per cent voting was recorded till 12 pm, an official said, adding the process will pick up as the day progresses