Trump suggests delaying November election

POTUS fears foreign meddling

WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump on Thursday questioned whether the 2020 presidential election should potentially be postponed, claiming it could be ripe for fraud. The president, tweeting the suggestion this morning. One he has no power to enforce. The tweet sent…

President Trump approves emergency disaster declaration for Texas

Federal assistance is avaliable to Texas becuase of Hurricane Hanna

WASHINGTON – FEMA announced federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of Texas to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by Hurricane Hanna from July 25, 2020, and continuing. Federal funding is available…

President Trump announces $2 million grant for 9/11 Memorial

The funding through the National Park Service will provide critical support for the continued operation

WASHINGTON –President Trump announced the award of a $2 million 9/11 Memorial Act grant to the National September 11 Memorial & Memorial Plaza in New York City. The funding through the National Park Service will provide critical support for the continued operation,…

Ami Magazine: Ted Cruz ‘Undoubtedly One of the Best Friends of the Jewish Community’

Sen. Cruz joins Ami Magazine founder Rabbi Yitzchok Frankfurter for in-depth interview, discusses rise of anti-Semitism in New York City amid the COVID-19 crisis

HOUSTON, Texas – Following New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s targeting of the Jewish community during the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) joined Rabbi Yitzchok Frankfurter – founder and editor-in-chief of Ami Magazine, the largest Jewish weekly publication in…

McConnell opposes impeachment witnesses but supported them in 1999

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is arguing against witnesses giving testimony in the expected impeachment trial of President Donald Trump -- but he had a different view in 1999 when he advocated for a request by Republican House impeachment managers to have witnesses testify in the case against then-President Bill Clinton, a Democrat.

Supreme Court to hear Trump financial records cases

The Supreme Court said Friday it will consider whether the House and a New York prosecutor can subpoena President Donald Trump's longtime accounting firm and banks for his financial records, two monumental disputes concerning separation of powers and Trump's broad claims of immunity that will be decided in the heart of the presidential campaign.

Trump confirms 'phase one' trade deal with China

President Donald Trump says he's agreed to a "Phase One" deal with China that includes "many structural changes and massive purchases of Agricultural Product, Energy, and Manufactured Goods, plus much more" -- effectively calling a truce in a war that has roiled financial markets and the US and Chinese economies.

House Republicans defend Trump's actions in new report

Republicans have given a full-throated defense of President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine in a report published Monday that rejects the Democratic allegations that the President abused his office or committed any other impeachable offense.

Navy launches review of SEAL's fitness to serve in elite force

Navy officials are expected to notify Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher on Wednesday that they are launching an administrative review of his fitness to continue to serve as a SEAL, days after President Donald Trump reversed Gallagher's demotion for posing for a photo with a casualty.

La's incumbent Dem.Gov. John Bel Edwards wins

Louisiana Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards narrowly won reelection, CNN projected Saturday night, beating out Republican challenger Eddie Rispone, who was backed by President Donald Trump.

Aide confirms Trump-Sondland call about Ukraine investigations

A US ambassador told President Donald Trump that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky "loves your ass" and that Ukraine was going to move forward with the investigation Trump had asked Zelensky for a day earlier, according to new testimony from a US official in Kiev who overheard the phone conversation.

White House blames NSC aide for call discrepancy

The White House placed the responsibility on the top Ukraine expert at the National Security Council on Friday after being asked about the discrepancy between the April readout of President Donald Trump's phone call with the Ukrainian President and the transcript released Friday.