Trump endorses Rep. Ted Budd for Senate The Hill

The top two GOP enablers in the Senate just got put to shame

The top two GOP enablers in the Senate just got put to shame

The administration of President Joe Biden on Friday announced it would restore protections under the Endangered Species Act, a law credited with saving iconic animals like the gray wolf and bald eagle, which were loosened by his predecessor Donald Trump.

Lara Trump, wife of Eric Trump, told a crowd at the North Carolina Republican Convention that she had decided not to run for North Carolina's Senate seat in 2022, citing her love for her family. Ted Budd in the crowded Republican primary.

During his speech at the North Carolina GOP state convention, Trump said that he was giving Budd his "complete and total endorsement".

Pence was at the Capitol that day to oversee the counting of electoral votes, a normally ceremonial task that was interrupted by the Trump supporters, some of whom shouted "Hang Mike Pence", and forced lawmakers and the vice president to evacuate.

In sharp contrast, his personal blog struggled to gather even a fraction of those numbers when it launched, said NBC News, perhaps surprising Trump, the avid social media commentor. McCrory has been critical of Trump's seeking thorough audits for the 2020 election.

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Lukashenko on Wednesday denied that the fighter jet had forced the airliner to land, calling such claims an "absolute lie". Under the 1944 convention that established the ICAO, every state has sovereignty over the airspace above its territory.

North Carolina, long considered a reliably Republican state, saw a hotly contested Senate race in 2020 between Sen. Tens of thousands more followed along on internet streams.

"A lot of you don't know him that well, but you're gonna know him probably within a few minutes", he said.

Out of office for more than four months and banned by the big social media platforms, the former president hopes to use such events to continue the "Make America Great Again" movement he started while in office.

The energetic 74-year-old teased the prospect of another presidential bid of his own in 2024 but vowed first to be an active presence on the campaign trail for his allies in next year's fight for control of Congress. He lost the last election by 7 million votes after alienating Republican-leaning suburban voters across the country.

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