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ICYMI: “DeSantis is in a Rut. His Trek to D.C. Didn’t Help.”

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis values being in control. Presidential candidate-in-waiting DeSantis is losing it.

As he trekked to the nation’s capital to demonstrate strength with the Washington establishment on Tuesday — and before he even set foot in the district — several members of his state’s congressional delegation announced support instead for former President Donald Trump’s White House comeback bid.

It was the latest indication of the early shine dulling on a candidate initially heralded by Republicans who don’t want Trump to be their party’s 2024 nominee — and more proof of Trump’s indictment bolstering his standing in the GOP field.

Read the full story from Politico.


ICYMI: Texas Congressman Lance Gooden Endorses President Donald J. Trump

Last night, Texas Congressman Lance Gooden announced his endorsement of President Donald J. Trump.

“President Trump is a tireless fighter, a champion of American jobs, a guardian of our economy, and a bulwark against the relentless invasion of our borders by illegal immigrants,” Congressman Gooden said.

Read Congressman Gooden’s full endorsement here.


ICYMI: “‘YOU’RE A SCUMBAG!’ Hecklers Derail House Judiciary Hearing in NYC By Screaming at Adam Schiff”

The House Judiciary Committee’s hearing on violent crime in New York City got sent off the rails when audience members heckled Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) during his opening statements.

The committee held their hearing at the Jacob Javits Federal Building on Monday, which — as WABC points out — just so happens to be around the block from the office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. While the hearing’s purpose is ostensibly to discuss crime in New York under Bragg’s watch, Democrats have called it a “political stunt” and the latest salvo in Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan’s (R-OH) legal war with Bragg over the indictment of former President Donald Trump.

Read the full article by Ken Meyer with Mediaite.


ICYMI: “Pro-DeSantis Consultant Named as Defendant in Nevada Fraud Lawsuit”

A nationally recognized Republican political consultant has been added as a defendant in a Nevada lawsuit alleging that he stole $2.2 million and defrauded a political action committee that had unsuccessfully tried to break up the Clark County School District.

Jeff Roe, founder of Axiom Strategies, one of the largest GOP campaign firms, was accused of fraud and breach of contract, among other charges, after one of his companies failed to gather at least 140,000 valid signatures to put the initiative before the Legislature in 2023.

Read the full article by Jessica Hill with the Las Vegas Review-Journal here.



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