In a court filing seeking his pretrial release, the "QAnon Shaman" said that Trump "honed and routinely utilized his mass communication means to effectively groom millions of Americans with respect to his policies, protocols, beliefs and overwhelming fixation on all matters conspiratorial."
"The idea that a Republican would join with the cancel culture, I just think is wrong, it's beyond just having a difference of opinion," he said in an interview on Thursday.
Joe Biden's attorney general nominee promised that investigating the extremist Capitol insurrection would be his "first priority" if confirmed.
"We will not see diseases like the coronavirus come here," the former White House press secretary said on February 25, 2020.
The White House has stressed that these are unaccompanied minors whom it aims to quickly transfer to the care of families or sponsors.
Bill Gates has long been the victim of conspiracy theories. While most of those theories focus on his wealth, power or work on vaccines, one of the stranger claims went viral on the internet this week.
Many followers of the radical movement have expressed doubts over whether the latest prediction about Donald Trump will come true.
The "Avengers" star has joined those urging the county attorney to throw out charges over last summer's Black Lives Matter demonstrations in Phoenix.
Former President Donald Trump is due to deliver the conservative conference's keynote address on Sunday.
"The party apparatus from the state and local level to the national level has pretty much remained in control of Trump loyalists," Evan Siegfried, a Republican strategist and commentator, told Newsweek.
The change.org petition was set up after CEO Mike Lindell met with Donald Trump appearing to advocate for martial law in January.
The Louisiana Republican told reporters he was "at peace" with the decision, despite the censure from his state party.
In addition to being supported by Republican leaders, Lara Trump was also chosen as the preferred candidate among other possible Republican contenders in the 2022 race.
Former President Donald Trump reportedly "thought it would be really cool" to offer North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a ride "back home to Pyongyang" on Air Force One after the pair concluded a 2019 meeting, according to Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton.
A Michigan man alleged contacted Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) to complain that he was "angry about the results of the November election, that he joined a Michigan militia and that there would be violence if the election results were not changed."
Nearly two months after a mob of angry Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, members of Congress are beginning to dive into the fallout from an attack that left five people dead and many more injured.
"We feel the urgent need to denounce this violent mutation of our faith," the evangelical Christian leaders wrote in an open letter.
"That's up to CPAC. I've been clear about my views about President Trump and the extent to which, following January 6, I don't believe that he should be playing a role in the future of the party or the country," Cheney said.
Facebook's Oversight Board is reviewing Trump's indefinite suspension and thousands of people have already submitted comments about whether he should be allowed back.
The Utah senator said the former president "has by far the largest voice and a big impact" in the Republican Party.
The radical conspiracy theorists were gleeful after the date—when they think Donald Trump will return to power—was mentioned in an agency post about Abraham Lincoln.
The Chuck E. Cheese figure is looking worse for wear, missing an ear and the fur on both his arm and torso.
Wild theories, some tongue-in cheek, suggested there was a deeper meaning in Musk's post, often ignoring its well-documented ties to science fiction literature.
As a physician I can say with certainty that the risks to patients' health far outweigh any financial benefits gained by the government and private insurers.
"CNN itself has become a disinformation network more powerful than QAnon and far more destructive," the Fox News host said.
"No one, I think, who knows any of the facts alleges such a thing," Sen Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) said Tuesday.
CNN sports reporter Andy Scholes apologized on social media Tuesday after saying that he was "not entirely surprised" that golfer Tiger Woods was involved in a serious car crash.
Tiger won his 82 PGA tournaments and 15 major championships through a span of four U.S. presidents. But Obama and Trump agreeing on something is pretty rare.
"He's had an incredible life and he's going to continue to have an incredible life.... He'll recover from this," Trump said. "He's gonna be back. I have no doubt about it. He's gonna be back."