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Nov 14 2022
CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp told Newsmax on Monday that it's "silly" to blame former Donald Trump for the disappointing performance of Republicans in last week's midterm elections.
Schlapp told Newsmax's "Wake Up America" that "Trump's batting average on his candidates were better than almost anybody's and that "to blame Donald Trump [for the poor results] is silly."
Schlapp alsoNewsmax (News)
Dec 30 2022
The left is melting down over Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter and his release of the "Twitter Files" because they want to make sure conservative voices are censored, Mark Meadows, chief of staff to former President Donald Trump, told Newsmax on Thursday.
"The minute Elon started talking about buying Twitter, and now that he has brought out so much of behind the scenes, they're losingNewsmax (News)
Nov 03 2022
Massachusetts GOP gubernatorial nominee Geoff Diehl, with less than one week before Election Day, slammed The Boston Globe as a "subset of the Democrat Party" for reporting that a "haphazard campaign strategy" is hurting his chances of pulling out a win in the traditionally deep blue state.
"We've been campaigning for a year-and-a-half," Diehl said on Newsmax's "Wake Up America." "WhenNewsmax (News)
Aug 15 2022
The Department of Justice is opposing a request from former President Donald Trump's attorneys seeking an independent special master to review records that were seized from his Mar-a-Lago estate, even though that process would allow it to appear more impartial following the raid, one of the former president's attorneys, Alina Habba, said on Newsmax Monday.
"In these types of situationsNewsmax (News)
Oct 11 2022
The nation's midterm election results will depend on issues such as rising gas prices and the economy, not on President Joe Biden's gaffes, even though more than half of people polled think he has a cognitive problem, Jim McLaughlin, the president of McLaughlin & Associates, told Newsmax on Tuesday.
"The more Republicans are able to talk about issues, the better off that they'reNewsmax (News)
Sep 09 2023
Kari Lake, Kristi Noem jockey for Trump’s VP position: ‘I’ve endorsed him since before he even jumped in’
Arizona conservative Kari Lake claimed in a Newsmax interview that she supported former President Trump long before he announced his candidacy while addressing rumors of South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem being added to his 2024 ticket. Newsmax host Eric Bolling brought up Noem’s potential as Trump’s VP pick during an interview on Friday. He noted that the governor was endorsing Trump at a rally. “Bizpac Review
Mar 10 2023
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey told Newsmax Friday that the state's ban of transgender athletes in women's sports is "about doing what's right for women." Morrisey said West Virginia is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to allow the transgender ban in women's sports to be enforced after an injunction blocking the law was issued on Feb. 22 by the Richmond, Virginia-based 4th U.S.Newsmax (News)
Sep 11 2023
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas told Newsmax on Monday that it was a "mistake" for President Joe Biden to skip this year's ceremonies memorializing the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Joining "Rob Schmitt Tonight," Cruz was unsurprised at the development, noting that "this is the same president" whose Pentagon floated plea deals for the attack's architects to avoid the death penalty. "INewsmax (News)
Aug 26 2022
After reading through the redacted affidavit released by the Department of Justice in connection with the warrant used in the FBI's search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax on Friday that federal Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart did "the right thing" by issuing the warrant as there was "plenty of probable cause"Newsmax (News)
Aug 04 2022
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told Newsmax that the Biden administration does not want to solve the border crisis.
Paxton’s remarks came during an interview on Thursday’s “National Report.” He was asked why he thinks top administration officials are not visiting the southern border.
He replied: "I don't think they really want to solve the problem. They created the problem.Newsmax (News)