The former NFL star and current Senate candidate is experiencing fallout from a canceled fundraiser organized by a person who used a swastika on social media.
"He would be unstoppable, just like when he played for the Georgia Bulldogs," Trump said. "He is also a GREAT person. Run Herschel, run!"
"He would be unstoppable, just like when he played for the Georgia Bulldogs, and in the NFL," Trump said.
Republicans used the CRA to repeal 14 Obama administration rules including those designed to strengthen workplace safety, wage, environmental and consumer protection. Democrats can invoke the same law to undo Trump rules.
"Stacey Abrams is a real superhero," Ruffalo tweeted on Wednesday, as Democrats look to be on the verge of securing a majority in the U.S. Senate.
If both Democrats win, the Republican Party will lose control of the Senate. The chamber would be split 50/50, between 48 Democrats and two independents who caucus with them, and 50 Republicans. President-elect Kamala Harris would provide a tie-breaker vote when needed.
Projected winner Democrat Reverend Raphael Warnock promised "I am going to the Senate to work for all of Georgia," in a digital address delivered early on Wednesday morning.
The two Democrats expect to oust the Republicans in an outcome that would cost the GOP its majority in the Senate.
Georgia's Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jon Ossoff may have had a slight advantage over incumbent Republican Sen. David Perdue among independent voters in the runoff election, according to exit polling.
A betting odds website gave Democratic Jon Ossoff a 64 percent implied chance of winning and Raphael Warnock an implied 56 percent of winning.
Georgia voters will decide the balance of power in Congress in twin Senate runoff elections on Tuesday.
Georgia is about to hold the most consequential runoff election in American history.
Amid relentless pressure from progressives, the president-elect shifted from his endorsement of no-check stimulus legislation. He now promises $2,000 stimulus checks—if Georgia Democrats win.
Reverend Raphael Warnock has raised $103 million in the past two months leading up to Georgia's U.S. Senate runoffs.
Contributions from California supporters topped those each candidate received from any other U.S. state between mid-October and mid-December.
Perdue received tens of millions of dollars in compensation even as profits declined under his management—and workplace suits proliferated.
The outcomes of Georgia's runoff elections will determine whether Democrats gain control of the U.S. Senate next term, or Republicans maintain a majority.
The Reverend James Woodall accused the GOP secretary of state of attempting to disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters throughout Georgia.
Loeffler And Perdue are in position to end this battle right now, but they're backing McConnell's power-play instead.
Data shows that 94.2 percent of those who voted early in the state's two runoff races voted early in the November election.
Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are ahead in the high-stakes Georgia runoff races that will determine which party controls the Senate.
Jon Ossoff was quick off the mark with his social media campaigning, running more than 50 ads on Facebook within hours of the restrictions being eased.
Rapper and activist Killer Mike invited Bernie Sanders to a live Q&A on Instagram to discuss the Democrats' plans for the Senate agenda.
Republicans want Latinos in Georgia to know their opponents are socialists. Democratic Senate candidates wants Latino voters to know who they are and that only they will provide COVID financial relief. Both are up against the clock when it comes to critical Spanish-language outreach.
If Perdue sold his home above market value, experts say it would be a violation of ethics by providing an opportunity for favoritism among those with business before the Senate committee.
Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff asked the empty podium—which moderator Russ Spencer introduced as Republican Senator David Perdue—several questions, and then answered them himself.
President Donald Trump told supporters 'I like cucumbers—I'm the only one' during a rally in Georgia.
The four campaigns have collectively spent more than $189 million on advertising so far.
The Republican senator, who is campaigning to defend her congressional seat in Georgia's January runoff elections, pledged to divide her quarterly earnings among charitable and nonprofit organizations upon taking office last year.