"But we really shouldn’t be surprised, should we?” asked Steele, who broke down the former president's playbook on his expected arrest.
The flame emoji-filled post defending the former president became the butt of jokes on Twitter for three reasons.
Drew Findling had a hard time producing actual evidence that Trump didn't break the law in Georgia.
Sarah Matthews, who served as deputy White House press secretary, said the former president has "learned nothing" since the U.S. Capitol riot.
Democrats, however, are skeptical. “It’s hard to make 'convicted of a crime' a good look,” Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse said.
“We have to agree that there’s a certain reality to the world we live in," the Florida governor and possible 2024 rival said.
"I love Trump," the Fox News host said, as he discussed private text exchanges that said the exact opposite.
The progressive Democratic governor is officially neutral in the April 4 race.
In a narrow win for abortion rights advocates, a divided Oklahoma Supreme Court overturned a portion of the state’s near-total ban on abortion.
Atomic power netted nearly $7 billion from recent legislation, but experts say far more is needed to compete with Russia and bolster a costly but vital alternative to fossil fuels.