Conservative billionaire funds stay away from former presidents – straight away

CNN played footage of Trump appearing to show off classified military documents

The conservative billionaire network is reportedly working to ensure that Donald Trump does not win the 2024 Republican primary, according to a new report.

Americans for Prosperity Action, a network of political organizations created by Charles and David Koch, will spend money for the first time on the Republican presidential primary. It has raised more than $70 million to fund a race that officials hope will help Republicans pass Trump, according to The New York Times.

The goal is to reportedly stop Mr. Trump – a clear Republican frontrunner – from winning the 2024 primary. That is Time reported that a top official at the network, Emily Seidel, wrote to the group’s donors in a memo that the time had come to “have a president in 2025 who represents a new chapter”.

In the 2020 election cycle, the group spent nearly $500 million supporting Republican candidates and causes.

Even though Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is the only Republican with a competitive number for Trump, the organization has reportedly yet to decide who to field in its mission to stop Trump from facing Joe Biden in 2024.


DeSantis hit back at Trump’s claims of infidelity

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Thursday hit back at former president Donald Trump’s accusations that Sunshine State executives betrayed him by running his own presidential campaign during an appearance on Fox News.

Mr DeSantis, who is currently trailing the twice impeached former president, twice indicted by wide margins in most polls of likely primary GOP voters, told Fox host Jesse Watters that no politician – not even a former president like Mr Trump – entitled to support from anyone after Watters raised criticism of Mr Trump during a television interview.

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 21:45


Case of ‘fake’ gay marriage amid Supreme Court’s latest threats against LGBT+ rights

Alex Woodwards wrote about how the crucial evidence in this case appeared to have been fabricated.

A man named in the case, and whose phone number and email address were attached to the court filing, claims he had nothing to do with it.

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 19:45


Republicans are planning a nationwide abortion ban, warned the senator who used to work at Planned Parenthood

When the Supreme Court’s draft Dobbs vs. Jackson opinion to be cancelled Roe v Wade leaked in May last year, US Senator Tina Smith had only three words.

“This is bullshit,” the Democrat from Minnesota tweeted. He had similar words when Walgreens announced in March this year it will not hand out the abortion pill in states where abortion remains legal.

he spoke with Eric Garcia from Independent.

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 17:45


Koch to fund Trump’s main opponent

The network of political organizations founded by brothers Charles and David Koch will continue to fund conservative causes – as long as they don’t support Donald Trump.

Kochs’ network, Americans for Prosperity Action, is reportedly funding candidates that will help Republicans “move away” from Trump, a spokesperson told The New York Times.

This network has raised over $70 million.

This will be the first year that the network will enter the primary race, with the group’s intent reportedly aimed at stopping Mr Trump – the Republican frontrunner – from winning the primary. That Time reported that a top official at the network, Emily Seidel, wrote to the group’s donors that it was time to “have a president in 2025 who represents a new chapter.”

Graig GraziosiJuly 2, 2023 15:55


Despite the recent decision, Biden said it was a ‘mistake’ to expand the Supreme Court

The high court overturned decades of policy when it ruled this week that race-based admissions were unconstitutional, preventing universities from considering race as a factor in student applications.

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 15:45


RFK Jr said he was “proud” to receive the compliment from Trump

Yes, he is running for “Democrat” …

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 13:45


SCOTUS allows Colorado designers to refuse LGBT+ customers

Wedding website designers can refuse to create works for people in the LGBT+ community if it goes against their religious beliefs, the Supreme Court ruled Friday.

In a 6-3 decision, the court’s conservative majority ruled in favor of Lorie Smith, a Colorado-based website creator, who wanted to refuse to serve same-sex couples but could not because it was a violation of public accommodation. law.

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 11:15


Even as indictments loomed, Trump demanded to get his “my box” back from the FBI

As Donald Trump’s attorneys begin preparing federal charges, the former president is allegedly still hoping to recover documents and boxes seized from Mar-a-Lago, according to a report.

Trump referred to the classified material as “my box” and “my documents” and asked his lawyers to take the material, said a source with direct knowledge of the matter. Rolling Stone.

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 08:15


‘Oh my God, I try not to think about it’

President Joe Biden summed up probably the thoughts of most foreign policy experts when asked if he thought Trump would have informed Russian President Vladimir Putin about the failed coup attempt by Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin last weekend.

“Oh my God, I try not to think about that,” Biden said.

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 05:15


Is DeSantis breaking the law with Texas border crossings?

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ presidential campaign has been accused of breaking the law after the team shared an image on Twitter of the candidate exiting a helicopter that records say belongs to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Gustaf Kilander explain why it might be a problem.

Oliver O’ConnellJuly 2, 2023 02:15

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