Police Officer Michael Fanone revealed the message after telling committee members he'd been "grabbed and tased, all while being called a traitor."
The former president has made several post-presidential endorsements, which will test the strength and endurance of his political influence.
Mark McKinnon, a former adviser to John McCain, said Susan Wright's loss sent "a big signal to lots of Republicans everywhere that he's not bulletproof."
The 40th president's optimistic faith—and lucky timing—help explain his enduring appeal.
Wright's loss could be an early sign that the former president doesn't have the same hold on the party that he had while in office.
Fox Business correspondent Larry Kudlow has made comments regarding former President Trump's reinstatement on both Facebook and Twitter.
The Department of Justice wrote that it "cannot conclude the Brooks was acting within the scope of his office or employment as a Member of Congress at the time of the incident out of which the claims in this case arose."
Abraham Lincoln ranked first in the poll as the most beloved U.S. president while Richard Nixon finished with the worst rating.
"People need to know the truth. Will we be so blinded by partisanship that we throw away the miracle of America?" the Republican congresswoman said.
U.S. Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn and other officers talked of the racism involved in the Capitol insurrection during a hearing Tuesday.
Former President Donald Trump has announced his endorsement of the current Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton.
Schumer told senators to be prepared to work through the weekend and threatened to keep them in session until the previously scheduled August recess.
Stone is not alone in his belief that Trump should speak in Miami, which would represent a shocking departure from the norm of U.S. presidential politics and send shockwaves from Cuba to the White House.
The former Trump adviser is accused of asking UAE officials' feedback on a speech Trump was going to give, what to promote during interviews and whom to advocate for administration appointments.
The driver reportedly fled the scene, driving over the lawn of the state Capitol until being stopped by police.
"Republicans, don't let the Radical Left play you for weak fools and losers," former President Donald Trump wrote in a statement.
Recent reports show teaching anti-racism and other related issues to grade school children is an unpopular concept among independents and moderate Democrats.
Flynn previously called for a Myanmar-style military coup in the United States, comments which he was widely criticized for.
The Florida representative's remarks follow proposed legislation to require that only elected members or delegates be eligible to serve as Speaker of the House.
A GIF shared by the Republican senator contained the quote "sentence first, verdict afterward."
About 20 of the former president's supporters and anti-vaccination proponents arrived as the first lady was addressing a school in Hawaii.
"Don't believe this Delta variant nonsense. [If] you start showing up with all these masks and nonsense, I will ask you to leave."
Bernstein's remark, made on CNN's Reliable Sources on Sunday, appeared to shock host Brian Stelter.
The man asks Ugenti-Rita, a Republican running for Arizona secretary of state, why she "killed Senator Kelly Townsend's election integrity bills in the Senate."
At a rally last night in Phoenix, Trump told his supports that he "recommends" they take the vaccine, but that he "also believes in your freedoms 100 percent."
"Some anchors like Tucker Carlson are spreading anti-vax hysteria, while others like Sean Hannity are finally dealing with the reality that vaccines are saving lives," Acosta said.
Rep. Mullin said of the officer: "He was physically and emotionally distraught. I actually gave him a hug and said, 'Sir, you did what you had to do.'"
Arizona State Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita fled the stage after repeatedly failing to speak over loud boos from the audience.
"I only wish that my friend, Mike Pence, had that additional courage to send the results back to the legislatures," Trump said.
The former president opened his speech at a rally in Phoenix by claiming there's "no way Democrats win elections without cheating."