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Jul 05 2023
Former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, reacting to news that a substance testing positive for cocaine was found in the West Wing of the White House, told Newsmax on Wednesday that if she was in law enforcement, she would "start by asking a few questions of Hunter Biden." "I don't have police experience, but I have common sense," the Arizona Republican said on Newsmax's "John BachmanNewsmax (News)
Jun 09 2023
The news that former President Donald Trump is facing indictment on several charges concerning his handling of classified documents is "something that reflects the most severe election interference on the part of the federal government that we've ever seen," Rep. Matt Gaetz tells Newsmax. "We've already uncovered this year that the CIA was actively involved in election interference in the lastNewsmax (News)
Apr 22 2023
"Twitter Files" journalist Matt Taibbi says it's "chilling and crazy" that Del. Stacey Plaskett, D-Virgin Islands, the ranking member of the House Select Subcommittee on Weaponization of the Federal Government threatened him with jail time over an error he made and later corrected.
"Well, basically this is all over me getting an acronym wrong by one letter in one tweet, but actually theNewsmax (News)
Jun 19 2023
Columnist Gordon Chang told Newsmax on Monday that Chinese officials delivered "slight upon slight" on Secretary of State Antony Blinken during his recent trip to Beijing. Blinken traveled to China for a two-day trip, the first made by a U.S. secretary of state since 2018, during which he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese diplomat Wang Yi. Chang told "American Agenda" that itNewsmax (News)
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May 12 2023
Former President Donald Trump's performance on CNN's town hall this week resulted in a win for both him and the network that President Joe Biden, if he were in the same situation, could never match, Rep. Matt Gaetz said on Newsmax Friday. "President Trump showed a comfortable command of the room," the Florida Republican said on Newsmax's "Eric Bolling: The Balance." "He had an exquisiteNewsmax (News)
Jun 30 2023
Nebraska Attorney General Mike Hilgers told Newsmax that the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on Friday to knock down President Joe Biden's more than $400 billion student debt relief plan is an "important day for the country." "It's a really important day for our country," Hilgers said during Friday's edition of "Rob Schmitt Tonight." "Part of it is because [it is] almost a $500 billion blowoutNewsmax (News)
May 05 2023
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., told Newsmax on Friday that allegations made by a federal whistleblower about a criminal scheme involving Joe Biden and a foreign adversary when Biden was vice president is "the most concerning thing I've seen in my 20 years of public service." The whistleblower claimed the FBI has an unclassified FD-1023 form generated by the agency that allegedly details anNewsmax (News)
Jul 11 2023
U.S. Rep. Jason Smith, R-Mo., chair of the House Ways and Means Committee, told Newsmax on Tuesday that Republicans have much more evidence to lean on than what was alleged by Gal Luft, who was indicted by the Department of Justice on charges that include acting as an unregistered foreign agent for China. Luft, a dual U.S.-Israeli citizen who is now a fugitive from justice, has said he couldNewsmax (News)
Apr 30 2023
It's not fair to consumers to get charged high add-on fees for tickets to sporting events or concerts, let alone deal with the frustration of buying tickets online, Sen. Ted Cruz tells Newsmax, and he's fighting back with legislation called the Ticket Act.
"I've teamed up with Maria Cantwell, who is the Democrat from Washington state. She's the chairman of the Senate Commerce CommitteeNewsmax (News)