Showing posts from November, 2022

BREAKING: Trump's tax returns now in the hands of House Democrats after lengthy court battle

  The IRS just gave 6 years of Donald Trump's tax returns to the House Ways and Means Committee. How long until someone “leaks” them? I’m quite sure we’ll be reading articles about Trump’s taxes by the weekend. Because that’s the goal here, to destroy Trump. He’s already announced his candidacy for 2024 and Democrats will be leaking items before long. This is nothing more than the politics of destruction at its worst.

Rep. Lauren Boebert : "Don't ever forget that every single "free" thing in America is paid for by someone who has a job."

  Colorado state election officials on Wednesday ordered a recount of the   House race   in Colorado’s third district after Rep. Lauren Boebert was projected to defeat Adam Frisch.  Frisch conceded the closely watched U.S. House race against Boebert on Nov. 18. With nearly all votes counted, the incumbent Boebert leads Democrat Adam Frisch by around 550 votes out of over 327,000 votes counted. In Colorado, a mandatory recount is triggered when the margin of votes between the top two candidates is at or below 0.5% of the leading candidate's vote total. "I am ordering a mandatory recount of the CD-3 race, as required by Colorado law," Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold tweeted Wednesday evening. "All counties within CD-3 have been notified to begin preparations to proceed with the recount, which must be completed by Tuesday, December 13, 2022, as required by statute." Frisch said he supports the mandatory recount but that it would be unrealistic to think it

Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby

 MS. JEAN-PIERRE:  Good afternoon, everybody.  Welcome back from your Thanksgiving holiday.  Hope everyone had a restful and wonderful holiday.  Okay, I’m going to be really quick at the top.  As you see, we have a guest — as you know, we have a guest from National Security Council, John Kirby, with us today who’s going to take your questions ahead of the state visit.  As you know, that will be happening on Thursday — our first state visit with France.  And — first state visit, clearly, with — in this administration.  So, with that, I’m going to just start right away and turn it over to Kirby.  All right, John.  MR. KIRBY:  Thank you so much, Karine. Well, as Karine said, I’ve just got a couple of comments here at the top about the state visit.  As the first state visit of the Biden-Harris administration, this is an opportunity to highlight a foundational component of this administration’s approach to foreign policy, and that’s through alliances.  France is a vital global partner a

Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, November 30, 2022

  MS. JEAN-PIERRE:  All right.    Bonjour . Q     Bonjour ! MS. JEAN-PIERRE:  Oh, nice!  Okay.  Get into the spirit, folks. Okay.  So, we are pleased to welcome President and Mrs.  Macron and the delegation from France to the United States.  Above all, this visit is a celebration of the strong French-U.S. relationship and the personal relationship between President Biden and President Macron.  Just a few hours ago, President Macron joined Vice President Harris for a briefing at NASA headquarters.  The visit underscores our deepening collaboration on space and — on space, and came on the heels of the very first U.S.-France Comprehensive Space Dialogue, which was held in Paris last month.  And it delivers on a commitment made by Vice President Harris and President Macron during her visit to Paris last year. Looking towards tomorrow, I know everyone is eager to hear more details about the state dinner itself.  Today, the First Lady is — actually, happening right now — is hosting a medi