Mark Meadows Doesn't Believe DeSantis Would Challenge Trump in a 2024 Primary

Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows does not believe Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) would challenge Donad Trump in a 2024 Republican primary, surmising the governor “would be the first to say that if President Trump gets in, that he would win the nomination and would clear the field.”

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Poll: Voters Conclude Joe Biden Benefited from Hunter Biden Business Deals

A new poll from Rasmussen Reports has found that most likely voters believe that former Vice President Joe Biden benefitted from controversial business deals reached by his son, Hunter Biden. According to data from the poll, 54 percent of “likely U.S. Voters believe it’s likely that Biden was consulted about and perhaps profited from Hunter’s overseas business deals including at least one involving a company in mainland China.” Despite those that strongly believe Biden benefitted, 44 percent “very likely” consider that Biden benefitted from those deals. Contrary to those that have suspicion, 38 percent stated they “unlikely” believe that Biden was involved with his son’s dealings. An estimated 21 percent responded  they believe it is “unlikely at all.” Of those that disapprove of President Trump’s leadership, 50 percent stated they believe it was ‘very or somewhat likely’ corruption took place in those deals. Twenty-seven percent disagreed, saying that corruption was “not very likely” and 11 percent said they believe corruption was “very unlikely.” Eleven percent said they believe there was no corruption at all. Twelve percent stated they were unsure about whether corruption took place. The survey was comprised of 1,000 likely American voters and was conducted between October 22 and 25, 2020

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Poll: Vast Majority of Voters Favor 'Keep Nine' Amendment to Prevent Court Packing

A vast majority of registered voters favor the “Keep Nine” amendment, establishing the number of Supreme Court justices at nine and thereby preventing the president and Congress from ever “packing” the highest court in the land. The “Keep Nine” amendment simply states that the Supreme Court of the United States “shall be composed of nine Justices.” A survey, conducted by McLaughlin and Associates from Sept 23 – 27 among 1,000 registered, likely voters, found that 62 percent favor the amendment, as opposed to the 18 percent who do not. “Whether or not we can preserve an independent Supreme Court, or end up with a Court whose size could be manipulated for political advantage by whoever controls the White House and Congress will be a defining issue for the future of our nation,” Paul Summers, former Attorney General of Tennessee and “leader of the Keep Nine Amendment effort,” said in a statement. Last week, two congressmen, Denver Riggleman (R-VA) and Collin C. Peterson (D-MN) introduced a “Keep Nine” measure which would effectively set the number of Supreme Court justices at nine. “The independence and non-partisan nature of the Supreme Court of the United States is a core aspect of American government,” Riggleman said

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MSNBC's Deutsch on 2020: Trump 'Doesn't Want to Win'

Friday, MSNBC contributor Donny Deutsch suggested President Donald Trump’s behavior amid the coronavirus pandemic is simply because “he doesn’t want

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Group of Republicans, Who Claim Trump is a ‘National Security Risk’, Set to Endorse Biden – Report

According to the most recente survey by Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is currently leading over President

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Former Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed: Mail-In Voting Cannot Be Set Up in 'Haphazard Manner'

Former Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Thursday that states may want

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Poll: Swing State Voters Want Less Immigration amid Mass Unemployment

The majority of voters in ten swing states say they want reductions to overall immigration while about 30 million Americans

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