President Trump is hitting the campaign trail hard ahead of November’s elections. He is set to rally supporters in Kentucky Saturday. This comes after he stumped in Lebanon, Ohio on Friday, to support GOP Senate candidate Jim Renacci and Congressman Steve Chabot.
President Trump continues his campaign efforts ahead of the November midterms, this time in Pennsylvania to rally support for the state’s GOP candidates. One America’s Luke Glaze has more on his trip to the Keystone State.
Google is once again under fire over allegations of political bias. One America’s Luke Glaze has more on the nation’s leading search engine.
House Speaker Paul Ryan is urging a solid Republican vote in the upcoming midterms.
President Trump holds a fiery MAGA rally in Topeka, Kansas just hours after Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Large crowds are gathering in Kansas, where President Trump is preparing to hold a Make America Great Again rally in support of the state’s Republican candidates. The president will depart from the White House on Saturday, on route to the state capital of Topeka. There he will hold a roundtable with supporters before the rally, where more than 10,000 people are expected to show up. Many attendees began lining up for the event as early as Friday morning.
The Senate pulls an all-nighter, as Senators brace for a landmark vote on Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Saturday, members of Congress are still in session before the final vote which is expected to happen 5 p.m. Pacific Time. Under Senate rules, Senators have an additional 30 hours to give speeches, debate, and potentially secure more votes.
The Senate has officially begun deliberations on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh and are preparing to hold a cloture vote.
The wife of GOP Senator Rand Paul wrote an open letter blaming Democrat Senator Cory Booker for a series of threats her husband has faced over the Kavanaugh proceedings.