Looks like Roger Stone will escape the Instagram post fiasco without having his bail revoked, but will now be subject to a tighter gag rule, and runs the very real risk of going to jail if he violates the terms of the new gag order.
North Carolina Board of Election votes unanimously to call new election in NC-09 over absentee ballot fraud.
I was invited to join a discussion about the pros and cons of government subsidies as one way to save journalism. I put my thoughts together and posted them at that thread at Galley. But I thought I’d share what I wrote here too.
The stakes were already high when Mark Harris took the stand today to explain his relationship with McCrae Dowless, a GOP operative with a history of shady practices who, it appears, orchestrated an absentee ballot fraud plot that may have swung the election for North Carolina’s ninth congressional district to Harris.
Mark Harris, the GOP candidate who appeared to win the North Carolina ninth district election tainted by electoral fraud, will testify before the state’s election board today. Here’s more on that and other stories we’re following.
It’s one of the stranger episodes in Paul Manafort’s bizarre journey from Trump campaign chairman to the inside of a jail cell.
The New York Times on Wednesday pushed back on President Donald Trump’s accusation that their journalists didn’t contact him to verify their bombshell report about his Cohen investigation interference.
“The White House was given 5 days to respond to the details of our investigation,” the Times’ PR accounted tweeted in response. “The Times followed up multiple times but no response was given on the record until the President addressed the story after its publication.”
President Donald Trump on Wednesday declared the New York Times to be “the true ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE” after its blockbuster report on Trump’s attempt to meddle in the Michael Cohen probe.
President Donald Trump welcomed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) into the 2020 race Wednesday morning, reviving a lackluster moniker from 2016.
Crazy Bernie has just entered the race. I wish him well!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 20, 2019
White House deputy press secretary Lindsay Walters, who has served since the beginning of the Trump administration, will depart the White House in mid-April, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed to reporters on Tuesday.
Walters has taken a position as vice president of U.S. public affairs at Edelman Public Relations.
President Trump defended himself in a tweet on Tuesday against claims from former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe that Trump slandering his family in public.
“I never called his wife a loser to him (another McCabe made up lie)!” Trump tweeted.
President Donald Trump on Friday night expressed his “heartfelt condolences” to the victims of the Henry Pratt Co. factory shooting in Aurora, Illinois.
President Donald Trump on Friday released his official declaration of a so-called national emergency over the US-Mexico border.
President Trump is expected to announce an emergency declaration to fund his border wall at 10 a.m. ET in the White House’s Rose Garden.