Bobby Valentine is running for mayor of Stamford, Connecticut, as an unaffiliated candidate.
The former Connecticut senator received a call from Karl Rove and also received help from former Republican Senator Elizabeth Dole.
The former president and other prominent figures paid their respects to the late secretary of state.
"Remain calm. Be kind," Colin Powell, the first black U.S. Secretary of State who died from COVID-19, wrote as one of the rules.
Former president George W. Bush said he and former first lady Laura Bush were "deeply saddened" by Powell's death.
"We actually won the last presidential election, folks. They stole the last presidential election," McAuliffe said in 2004.
In 2015, Trump attacked the late Senator John McCain, a former prisoner of war, by saying, "I like people who weren't captured."
The 43rd president plans to campaign for Rep. Liz Cheney as she faces a Trump-endorsed opponent in the Republican primary for the 2022 midterms.
The third-term congresswoman and outspoken Trump critic is strengthening her ties to the ex-president as she prepares for the 2022 midterms.
The image was taken as Biden was visiting the Shanksville Volunteer Fire Company to pay tribute to those who died during the 9/11 attacks.
"When it comes to the unity of America, those days seem distant from our own," former President George W. Bush lamented in remarks at a 9/11 event on Saturday.
"There is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home," Bush said. "It is our continuing duty to confront them."
"The dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within," the former president said on the tragedy's 20th anniversary.
"As a nation, we must never forget those we lost during one of the darkest moments in our history," President Biden said in a statement Saturday.
Even the 9/11 Commission soft-pedaled the failures of U.S. leaders and the intelligence community.
The personal warning from terrorism staffer Richard Clarke could not have been stronger. But he was just frustrated by the bureaucracy, Rice thought.
Saudi Prince Turki 's resignation surprised the CIA. He was close to them--and to Osama bin Laden. But the U.S. focused its wrath on Pakistan, not Saudi Arabia.
Our elites failed to build nations in Iraq and Afghanistan while, at the same time, their own nation is falling apart on their watch.
"We have the responsibility and the resources to secure safe passage for them now, without bureaucratic delay," the former president said.
Biden has been widely criticized for withdrawing forces from Afghanistan, especially after the Afghan president fled the country and the Taliban seized power.
Twitter users pointed out that Cheney failed to acknowledge her father and former Vice President Dick Cheney's role in starting the war in Afghanistan.
A foreign enemy was "trying his darndest to bring down a coalition aircraft," said a Pentagon spokesman. He didn't mean Osama bin Laden.
The former president said he believed the result will lead to "unspeakable harm" for Afghan women and girls from a potential return of the Taliban.
"We will remember his unwavering love for his wife Joyce, his family and friends, and the integrity he brought to a life dedicated to country," the family said.
"We need an attorney general that's above reproach, not under criminal indictment for securities fraud and under FBI investigation for bribery and corruption," George P. Bush said of current Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Wednesday.
"It is going to require the Arab world deciding that peace with Israel is important for solving the Palestinian issue," former President George W. Bush said during an interview with Fox News.
A report by the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense on UFO analysis is due to be released by next month.
The former secretary of state simply said she believes Biden "made the decision that he thought was the right decision."
"I think one of the lessons that people will learn over time is that there's no question there needs to be police," former President George W. Bush said during a recent podcast interview.