Pete Hoekstra, a former member of the House and his former ambassador to the Netherlands, was named chair of the Michigan Republican Party by Donald Trump, who posted on social media to say Hoekstra had “his total endorsement.” According to Kristina Karamo, the party’s chair, her expulsion on January 6 was “illegitimate,” and she is still in charge.
Although it seems that Karamo was “properly removed,” the Republican National Committee has stated that it is currently looking into the situation.Nikki Haley escalated her attacks on Donald J. Trump’s mental health on Friday by labeling him “totally unhinged” following an attempt by one of his aides to force the Republican National Committee to name him the party’s presumptive nominee.During an appearance on Fox News, Ms. Haley, the former governor of South Carolina and Mr. Trump’s ambassador to the UN, painted her former boss as becoming more and more hostile.Speaking out against Donald J. Trump on Friday, Nikki Haley stated,
“America can do better than Donald Trump and Joe Biden,” following the former president’s $83.3 million payment to a Manhattan jury for slandering author E. Jean Carroll.It was the most recent version of Ms. Haley’s new attack line against Mr. Trump, which compares a second Trump administration to another four years of President Biden’s rule for the United States. Following Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida’s withdrawal from the race on Sunday, Ms. Haley, the former governor of South Carolina, started making remarks along these lines, positioning herself as the final credible opponent of Mr. Trump’s campaign.
With a challenging journey ahead, Haley receives some much-needed financial news.The primary super PAC supporting Nikki Haley announced that it had raised $50 million in the second half of 2023 as her campaign gets ready for a difficult matchup against former President Donald J. Trump in South Carolina next month. It’s going to be necessary.As time goes on, there are increasing calls for Ms. Haley to withdraw from the campaign before the South Carolina primary, the state she served as governor before entering Mr. Trump’s administration. Mr. Trump leads in significant polls.Boebert was targeted on the debate platform by her main opponents in a new district.
In a debate on Thursday night in the newly created Colorado congressional district, far-right firebrand Representative Lauren Boebert squared off against eight opponents who are Republicans.She nearly defeated a Democrat for reelection in Colorado’s Third Congressional District in 2022, but this year she’s running in the Fourth, a district that leans much more conservatively. Ms. Boebert seemed comfortable voicing her strong opinions and supporting Trump on Thursday night. MoveOn plans to support Biden and other Democrats with $32 million.MoveOn plans to support Biden and other Democrats with $32 million.MoveOn plans to support Biden and other Democrats with $32 million.MoveOn plans to support Biden and other Democrats with $32 million.Hard-right positions among like-minded conservative peers during the Fort Lupton discussion.
MoveOn, a leftist activist group, announced this week that it will be spending over $32 million to support Democratic candidates for the House and Senate, including President Biden.For the first time since the coronavirus outbreak, MoveOn is organizing what its executive director, Rahna Epting, referred to as a “house party strategy” to gather its 10 million supporters for live events in significant numbers.According to Liz Cheney, Nikki Haley ought to remain in the G.O.P. primary through Super Tuesday.
In a Friday broadcast of “Pod Save America,” former representative Liz Cheney urged Nikki Haley to continue competing in the Republican primary fight through Super Tuesday. As a vocal opponent of the late President Donald J. Trump, Ms. Cheney referred to Ms. Haley’s campaign as a “existential threat” to the country and applauded her for taking on such a challenging opponent.”At every turn, we must make sure that we’re pushing him and striving to overcome him. A transcript of the interview provided to The New York Times shows that Ms. Cheney dropped his plan for a Republican Party resolution that attempted to sidestep Haley. “And right now, Nikki Haley is in this fight, and I think she ought to stay in it,” Ms. Cheney stated.