Republicans have blasted Biden for creating a Disinformation Governance Board, with some comparing it to the fictional Ministry of Truth.
"Please disclose which Republican House Members offered you cocaine and invited you to an orgy," liberal political action committee MeidasTouch tweeted.
The former president's attorney is attempting to appeal a New York contempt of court ruling fining him $10,000 per day for defying a subpoena.
Paul Whelan's sister said she was "thrilled" to hear of Trevor Reed's release but wished the U.S. government was truthful to her about the prison swap plans.
The Trump-backed incumbent has seen his favorability decline by double digits since March.
"A Russian terrorist satellite has officially stolen the citizenship of our Ukrainian child," an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol said Friday.
The California congressman firmly believes the U.S. is the "greatest country in the world," saying "we should be proud of what makes us exceptional."
The U.S. is poised to send billions more to Ukraine if Congress approves the latest aid package, much of which is for the military.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has started crowdfunding donations to send migrants to Washington, D.C., via bus.
"What's it going to take ultimately for Paul?" said an attorney for the family of Paul Whelan, who has been held in Russia since 2018.
The former president said the House GOP leader's "tough talk after January 6 was just that—talk," according to a new book.
The New York Court of Appeals ruled that the proposed congressional map was "drawn with impermissible partisan purpose" and was "procedurally unconstitutional."
Earlier this month, the Department of Education announced it was immediately relieving federal student debt for 40,000 borrowers.
Kevin McCarthy has faced criticism over leaked audiotapes where the GOP leader appeared to debate whether to call then-President Donald Trump to resign.
The Fox News host has attacked McCarthy after he called for Trump-supporting GOP lawmakers to have their Twitter taken away after January 6.
Some have speculated that the former president's Twitter account could be reinstated after Elon Musk purchased the platform for about $44 billion.
The two have gone back-and-forth about the interview after the former president accused Morgan of "unlawfully and deceptively" editing it for a promo clip.
Some accused Paul of promoting Russian propaganda during the tense exchange.
"If [Trump] were to reengage on Twitter, the potential for messy, undisciplined primaries increases dramatically," GOP strategist Alex Patton told Newsweek.
The former president's endorsement in three key senate races drew the ire of some of his supporters.
"Allow all factually true and legal content to be posted [and restore] the accounts of all duly elected government officials," said GOP Congressman Jim Banks.
"It's a shame all those people are dead, all because of a rigged election," Trump said in an interview with Piers Morgan.
Despite Democratic animosity, Republican approval of Manchin has skyrocketed during Biden's presidency.
Florida's new congressional map, which the governor signed into law, will likely boost the number of GOP-held seats in the House.
Democrats are "using fear as a political tool," GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz said Monday. "This should never have been allowed to occur."
"First off, folks, let me be very clear tonight, the election in 2020 was rigged and stolen," Perdue said in his opening remarks.
A new report found that a then-business partner of Hunter Biden's visited the White House and official locations 19 times while Joe Biden was vice president.
"Right now, there don't seem to be many good opportunities for Vladimir Putin," former U.S. NATO ambassador Douglas Lute said.
The former governor dismissed the idea that Trump makes endorsements based on political analysis as "sophistry."
The former president reportedly only gave assistance to the governors of Texas and Florida without questions. Everyone else was expected to grovel.