Tony Bobulinski told Tucker Carlson that Joe Biden gave "an emphatic no to the ask that I had, which was putting proper governance in place around Oneida Holdings."
Senator Ted Cruz doesn't think the Trump campaign should be focusing on Hunter Biden's emails as the election draws near.
"We're doing it as fast as we can. I certainly think there will be more to see before the election," Pomepo told Fox News on Friday.
The Texas governor is restricting each county to only one ballot box each for the upcoming election, which could discourage Americans from voting.
Several users have reported being unable to send emails or attach files to emails.
"I believe thousands are already infected in Sweden... it will all come to an end when so many have been infected and become therefore immune that the virus has nowhere else to go," one email read.
National Security Adviser Robert O' Brien said China's efforts to interfere with the 2020 U.S. election are focused on ensuring that President Donald Trump does not win on November 3.
A federal judge halted conservative group Judicial Watch's attempt to force the State Department to continue searching for records in their years-long lawsuit over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails.
"The only real reason he was hired—everybody knows this and he even admitted it—was because his last name was Biden," Paul said.
Stephen Miller railed against Republicans he saw as too weak on immigration and suggested Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients would one day replace white Americans, leaked emails to Breitbart News between 2015 and 2016 show.
White House senior adviser Stephen Miller merged his dual-pronged obsession with immigrants and crime through "off-the-record observation[s]" he provided to Breitbart News about illegal immigrant violence against Americans.
During the 2016 presidential primaries, Miller used Breitbart News to call Rubio a "pathological liar" and to label immigrants as "child sex offenders."
Miller said Breitbart's hit piece on Rubio was "phenomenal and important," and then-presidential candidate Donald Trump tweeted the story.
Leaked emails from Stephen Miller reveal an obsession with white nationalism, the Confederacy and the denigration of minority communities.
The president has reacted badly to the leaked emails, in which the British ambassador said the Trump White House is "uniquely dysfunctional."
"I've been investigated repeatedly by the other side. And, much to their dismay, but to my satisfaction, it's been for naught," the former secretary of state said.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said that while President Trump did nothing wrong in regards to 2016 election interference, he still believes the Russian meddling "is a big deal" worthy of increased sanctions.
Jared Kushner's alleged use of WhatsApp for official communication with foreign leaders was dangerous, cybersecurity expert Clint Watts said.
Peter Melendez, 35, and Robert Koehler, 27, were detained after an officer intercepted emails from a computer, Florida media reported.
In an email to a police officer, Ryan Schlesinger allegedly wrote, "Crossing me was the biggest mistake of your life."
"It's awfully tough, as everyone knows, when you're sending emails about a lot of different things," House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said.
Fox apologized after the guest Anna Paulina, director of Spanish engagement at Turning Point USA, a right-wing youth organization, referred to Hillary Clinton as herpes.
"And I believe all of her records are in the historical society," President Trump said, incorrectly, of Ivanka Trump's emails.
Lock her up? "Until the White House provided her the same guidance they had given others who started before she did, Ms. Trump sometimes used her personal account," a spokesman for her attorney said.
President Donald Trump's daughter is drawing comparisons with "Crooked Hillary" Clinton over her use of a personal email account for government business.
The documents were already cleared to be released to the public, according to what a GOP Senate Judiciary Committee spokesman told Newsweek.
"To the thinking person, there are few things more disconcerting than a tweet by the U.S. president," a "China Daily" editorial said.