Both presidential candidates have built massive legal operations readying for a bitterly disputed race that may land at the Supreme Court.
As the 2020 election winds down, members of President Donald Trump’s own party are speaking out against him.
Michael Steele also slammed the GOP for bending “the arc of the party towards the baser motives” of Donald Trump.
The 2020 presidential election may have the highest turnout in decades. But Republicans have been eyeing another path to victory that doesn’t include the popular vote: swing states.
After years of dodging questions and pretending not to read his tweets, some GOP senators are speaking out against Trump as Election Day draws near.
The former president's son said "we’ve got a bunch of grifters in the White House."
It's "just not fair to rats" to compare them to Republicans now attempting to escape the sinking ship of Donald Trump, the former CBS News anchor tweeted.
During the Senate debate, Iowa Republican Sen. Joni Ernst was asked about the price of soybeans, but she fumbled and got it wrong.
After GOP Sen. Ben Sasse was recorded unloading on Trump, Woodward said other Republican senators "feel exactly the same way."
The site went down amid its fight with Republicans over blocking certain content.