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Mar 01 2021
Trump says Biden keeping schools closed is 'morally inexcusable,' pushes for immediate reopenings
Former President Donald Trump says schools should reopen immediately, accusing President Biden of having a "morally inexcusable" position of delaying openings.
"There's no reason whatsoever why the vast majority of young Americans should not be back in school immediately," Trump said during his speech at CPAC on Sunday. "The only reason that most parents do not have that choice isWashington Examiner
Mar 10 2020
Mark Meadows, Trump’s incoming chief of staff, to self-quarantine over coronavirus fears
Mark Meadows, President Trump’s incoming White House chief of staff, may have come in contact with the Conservative Political Action Conference attendee who was diagnosed with the coronavirus and "out of an abundance of caution" will self-quarantine over the next two weeks.
His office said the North Carolina Republican tested negative for COVID-19 and has zero symptoms. He joins fellowFox News (Online News)
Mar 09 2021
All Politics Is Personalized
Around the world, political leaders have amassed power by weakening their parties, and democracy may never recover.
As February’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) fades from the news, one image still sticks in the mind: Throughout the convention, a larger-than-life golden statue of former U.S. President Donald Trump graced the merchandise hall.
Some have called theForeign Policy
Mar 01 2021
In post-Trump era, a GOP battle of ideas – and test of Trump’s clout
Barbara Cubin has known Liz Cheney since she was a little girl, and she’s not surprised that Wyoming’s only House member is taking a stand against former President Donald Trump.
“She needs to be right; she’s always been like that,” says former Congresswoman Cubin, who represented Wyoming from 1995 to 2009. “It doesn’t matter the cost. She’ll fall on her sword to be right.”Christian Science Monitor
Feb 24 2017
Pence Labels Trump Administration Cabinet ‘The A-Team’
Vice President Mike Pence delivered a fiery speech Thursday night at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) where he reassured that the Trump Administration will fight for Americans “every single day.”Breitbart News
Feb 28 2021
Why Republicans Are Still Holding Onto the Big Lie
Why can’t Republicans quit the provably false claim that Donald Trump won the 2020 election? It’s a bold-faced fabrication, easy to leave behind, and yet they refuse to let it go. I understand why the ex-president clings to it—everything about him demands that he be seen as a powerful awesome winner for all time. But what about people like Rep. Steve Scalise, who refused to concede theSlate
Jul 13 2021
Trump getting tougher for Senate GOP to ignore
Senate Republican leaders have tried to put former President Trump in the rearview mirror, rarely mentioning his name and keeping focused instead on the Democratic agenda, but Trump’s iron grip on the party’s grassroots is making it tougher and tougher to keep ignoring him.
Mainstream Republicans are getting increasingly caught up in the party’s internal battle over Trump’s legacy, withThe Hill
Feb 22 2018
NRA's Loesch: I Wouldn't Have Been Able To Exit CNN Town Hall If I Didn't Have A Security Detail
NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch said Thursday morning at CPAC that she wouldn't have been able to exit last night's town hall on the Parkland, Fla. school shooting if she didn't have a security detail. Loesch faced off with students who survived the shooting at a CNN-hosted forum.RealClearPolitics
Apr 13 2021
Nikki Haley for President 2024: Not If Trump Runs
Nikki Haley, former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador, said she will only consider a run for president in 2024 if former President Donald Trump declines to, adding she would support Trump if he did decide to run.
"I would not run if President Trump ran, and I would talk to him about it," Haley told reporters Monday during a visit to South Carolina State University. "Newsmax (News)
Mar 04 2016
OPINION: Trump shocks and entertains at debate. But are voters growing tired of the circus act?
I watched Thursday’s GOP debate in a suite at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington. There were what I would call several soft Trump supporters in the room. At times, their mouths hung open agape at the latest Trumpisms.John Fund