The German chancellor informed the Christian Democratic Union of her decision after a disappointing result in Hesse regional election.
The brewery will instead hold a bipartisan watch party on Election night.
The plan could be to "sow confusion, declare a victory," Pulitzer Prize winner Carl Bernstein said.
Jair Bolsonaro, dubbed the "Trump of the Tropics," ran a divisive campaign that capitalized on nostalgia in Brazil for authoritarian rule.
"Both Haddad and Bolsonaro have high rejection rates, and in the runoff most Brazilians will be voting against the candidate they dislike the most."
More than 80 percent of accounts that repeatedly spread misinformation during the 2016 election campaign are still active today, the study found.
The 2016 presidential candidate is charging top dollar for a steakhouse campaign dinner supporting a senator in his re-election effort.
Last month, DeSantis warned voters not to "monkey this up" by electing Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum.
"I wasn't likely to vote for Cruz before, but certainly not now," one recipient of the mailer told Newsweek.
The former vice president to Barack Obama spoke sarcastically after President Donald Trump's refusal to believe the new official death toll from the Puerto Rican government.
"And, by the way, this wealthy New Yorker actually earned his money," Dimon added. "It wasn't a gift from Daddy."
"Security is never a finished job," said Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. "Our adversaries are determined, creative and well-funded."
The Stormy Daniels scandal could've changed a few votes in 2016.
Thiel's donation may be a sign of the PayPal co-founder's continued support for Republican causes after months of being quiet amid the midterm campaigns.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the idea a troll farm could blemish U.S. elections "makes a mockery" of American politics.
Trump said Mueller's investigation has "played right into the Russians—if it was Russia."
State treasurer Mark Gordon and multimillionaire GOP donor Foster Friess are in a dead heat for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, where Democrats could make a difference.
Slightly more than 40 percent of registered Republican voters in New Hampshire said they would support a 2020 GOP challenger to President Donald Trump.