As news about potential election interference develops, it’s important to remember that Donald Trump is the one to beat; not Vladimir Putin.
Kavanaugh staunchly defended the right to free expression during Supreme Court arguments over Texas and Florida’s laws denying social media companies their right to not host jerks.
The former president could be sitting in jail and MAGA delegates—as well as the Trump-dominated RNC—simply would not support Haley.
Sure, he’s fully vanquished the competition at the ballot box, but it’s not like all Republicans are MAGA. Far from it, in fact.
There may be no doubt that Donald Trump will become the Republican Party’s 2020 presidential candidate, but all hope isn’t lost, according to this week’s The New Abnormal.
The criminally indicted ex-president—who now owes New York hundreds of millions—wiped the floor with his only remaining rival, Nikki Haley, in her home state of South Carolina.
The annual conservative gathering that was once the pulse of the movement still provides a window into how the sausage would be made in a second Trump administration.