Trump’s Final Days of Rage and Denial

Trump’s Final Days of Rage and Denial

He has been enabled by Republican leaders unwilling to stand up to him, even if many privately wish he would go away sooner rather than later. After being called “profiles in cowardice” by an ally of the president, 75 Republican state legislators from Pennsylvania on Friday disavowed their own election and called on Congress to reject the state’s electors for Mr. Biden. Only 25 of 249 Republican members of Congress surveyed by The Washington Post publicly acknowledged Mr. Biden’s victory.

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Meet the aspiring king of Trump TV

Meet the aspiring king of Trump TV

The investors, he says, are domestic, despite a Politico report (picked up on Breitbart) indicating he was in talks to raise money from Qatar. Ruddy says he sent proposals to many sovereign wealth funds, among others, but has not taken foreign investment. He blames his former rival, Steve Bannon, for pushing the Qatar story, but such grudges are fleeting in the often-shifting alliances of the new right: Bannon’s podcast, War Room, is now also broadcast on Newsmax late at night on weekdays.