"Ye is a genius whom I have come to love and respect," the far-right commentator wrote in a Telegram post on Sunday.
"It doesn't seem Democrats were truly standing up with all of their force against these billion dollar rail companies," Jake Tapper said on Sunday.
The former president faces multiple probes, but attorney Glenn Kirshner says one in particular "poses an ongoing threat to our nation's security."
The conservative commentator ripped Trump's "losing streak," contending that he blew off his promises while serving in the White House.
The GOP senator previously said that long-term politicians have "abused their power" and "created a brokenness" in Washington, D.C.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador warned that the Statue of Liberty must not be an "empty symbol."
The former attorney general additionally said that it looks "increasingly more likely" that Trump will face an indictment from the Justice Department.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's remarks came as several demonstrators have been sentenced to death, with over 1,000 protesters facing charges.
"Christian nationalism is the greatest threat to democracy and the church today," Reverend Nathan Empsall told Newsweek, commenting on the Arizona protest.
People ran in panic as the sound of the blast echoed down the primary commercial street in Turkey's largest metropolis.
Although the Wyoming Republican lost her primary and was not reelected, the House speaker does not have to be an elected member.
Vladimir Solovyov complained of "severe problems," saying they must be overcome with an "iron fist" response.
After some of the most prominent Trump-backed candidates lost on November 8, many Republican voters appear ready to move on.
South Korea's president convened an emergency meeting, and Seoul's mayor cut short a trip to Europe to return to address the crisis.
The blaze erupted as Iran has been rocked by large protests after the death of Mahsa Amini in mid-September.
Previous polling by The Wall Street Journal showed the current and former presidents tied in a hypothetical rematch.
Sir Lawrence Freedman said on Sunday that the Russian president "didn't realize the gamble he was taking."
Republican Senator Ron Johnson said that he "fielded three texts and sent two."
The last time Florida elected a Democratic governor was in 1994.
One Democratic strategist said that the Wyoming Republican would be "pulling anti-Trump" votes away from President Joe Biden.
Michael Cohen said that "there's no other reason" his former boss would have kept some of the sensitive materials.
Retired U.S. Navy Admiral James Stavridis said that the situation at Zaporizhzhia "absolutely screams for international engagement."
The GOP senator chairs the National Republican Senatorial Committee, which has nixed midterm ad bookings amid a reported money crunch.
The anti-Trump Republican said "it's sad to see my friend gone the way he's gone," referring to former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
The former federal prosecutor said Trump's "declassified" argument is "not a defense," and that "it doesn't matter."
Vice President Kamala Harris came in third place in the new survey of California voters.
Longtime Trump Organization executive Allen Weisselberg is the latest, pleading guilty on Thursday to 15 felonies.
Wisconsin's lieutenant governor currently appears favored by voters over the incumbent Republican senator.
The former president's team said that there was a "standing order" to declassify federal documents during Trump's White House tenure.
Republicans Kari Lake and Blake Masters have embraced Trump's 2020 election claims, but recent polling suggests that strategy isn't paying off.