Former President Trump Leads by Wide Margin in Latest Survey
Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley continues to lag behind former President Donald Trump in the race for South Carolina’s GOP presidential primary, according to a new poll. The survey shows Trump leading with 58% support among potential Republican primary voters, while Haley trails with only 32%.
Uptick in Support for Both Candidates
Since the presidential contest narrowed down to Trump and Haley, both candidates have seen an increase in support. A previous poll by Monmouth University in September showed Trump with 46% support and Haley with 18% support among South Carolina Republicans.
Haley has recently mentioned that winning her home state’s GOP primary is not essential. She believes that improving on her 43% showing in New Hampshire will be a significant achievement.
Capitol Police Decline to Press Charges in Senate Sex Tape Case
Controversial Decision Sparks Debate
Capitol Police have decided not to press charges in the case involving a sex tape allegedly involving members of the Senate. This decision has sparked a heated debate about the handling of sensitive matters and the accountability of those involved.
Pro-Life Activist Faces Potential Prison Sentence from Biden DOJ
Blocking Abortion Clinic Leads to Felony Charge
A pro-life activist is facing a severe prison sentence from the Biden Department of Justice for blocking access to an abortion clinic. The case has drawn attention to the ongoing debate surrounding abortion rights and the legal consequences of such actions.
Staff Revolt Against Top Biden Official Accusing Administration of “Genocide” in Gaza
Opposition from Workers Raises Concerns
A top Biden official is facing opposition from staff members who have accused the administration of “genocide” in Gaza. This staff revolt has raised concerns about the alleged actions and policies of the Biden administration in the Middle East.
Defense Secretary Apologizes for Lack of Transparency in Hospitalization
Austin Acknowledges Mistakes
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin has publicly apologized to President Biden and the American people for the lack of transparency surrounding his recent hospitalization. The apology comes in response to criticism about the handling of information regarding Austin’s health.
59 Democrats Vote with Republicans to Deport DUI Offenders
A bipartisan push has resulted in 59 Democrats voting alongside Republicans to pass a bill aimed at deporting illegal immigrants who have committed DUI offenses. This move showcases a rare moment of agreement between the two major parties on immigration policy.
Major Pro-Life Group Plans Extensive Campaign for 2024 Elections
A major pro-life group is gearing up for the 2024 elections, with plans to raise and spend substantial funds. The group aims to have a significant impact on the upcoming elections and the ongoing debate over reproductive rights.
Stacey Abrams’ Voting Rights Group Faces Financial Struggles
Stacey Abrams’ once-powerful voting rights group is facing massive layoffs and mounting debt. The organization, which has been influential in advocating for voting rights, is now grappling with significant financial challenges.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Sends National Guard Troops to Southern Border
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has announced the deployment of hundreds of National Guard troops to assist Texas Governor Abbott at the southern border. This move aims to address the ongoing border crisis and provide support to border patrol efforts.
Indiana Lawmaker Displays Holstered Firearm During Gun Control Protest
During a gun control protest at the state capitol, an Indiana lawmaker drew attention by openly carrying a holstered firearm. This act has sparked controversy and debate over the right to bear arms and the appropriateness of such displays.
Judge Makes Ruling on Trump’s Lawsuit Against Infamous Dossier
A judge has made a ruling on former President Trump’s lawsuit against the infamous dossier that gained significant attention during his presidency. The ruling has implications for the ongoing legal battles surrounding the credibility and origins of the dossier.
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