New documents show Trump’s attempts to overturn the election were worse than previously thought.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) told Breitbart News he believes a profound shift seen in the 2020 election in the Hispanic community toward Republicans and away from Democrats will continue to intensify as long as the GOP sticks to what former President Donald Trump taught the party.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) on Thursday came out against a controversial bill that would weaken the state's vaccination laws,
Having largely avoided public appearances since departing the White House, former President Donald Trump returned to the political stage on Saturday, delivering remarks touching on subjects ranging from his extended Facebook ban to the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the House Republicans who opposed legislation making Juneteenth a federal holiday described his decision as an “easy no vote.”
Allen West, the Trump-loving chairman of the Texas Republican Party, has abruptly resigned after less than a year on the job.
On Monday, the Jacksonville Daily News reported that former Rep. Mark Walker (R-NC), one of the first major candidates to seek the Republican nomination for North Carolina's open Senate seat, is still stinging that former President Donald Trump endorsed Rep. Ted Budd over him — and speculated that it was a plot "orchestrated" by Mark Meadows, another former North Carolina representative who served as Trump's chief of staff.
Minority Leader Mitch McConnell conceded Thursday that he and Donald Trump have competing agendas when it comes to the midterms—a nod to how little control any Republican has over Trump's role in efforts to retake control of Congress next year.
Former GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock (Va.) called on members of her party to move away from former President Trump after Senate Republicans blocked legislation to form a commission to probe the Jan. 6 attack on the Capi
In a statement, Trump threw his support behind Kelly Tshibaka, the former state commissioner of administration, calling Murkowski "bad for Alaska."
"I didn't take an oath to defend Donald Trump," Rice said, calling Trump a "bully" and his actions "completely despicable," per The Washington Post.