Trump’s campaign for another term has been long expected, but in the aftermath of last week’s historically bad midterm results, some Republicans are scrambling to find an alternative to their standard bearer.
During our recent interview with Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul, he spoke about why upholding the will of Wisconsin's voters and defending democracy is so critical and why he, and not Republican Eric Toney, is the right choice for Wisconsin AG.
Their public break-up highlights the widening fissure between Republicans who will and won’t continue placating former President Trump’s efforts to subvert the will of the voters who removed him from office.
Associated Press nationwide survey finds no widespread fraud, theft, or vandalism to affect the results. No cases reported in Wisconsin. But disinformation from ‘2,000 Mules’ propaganda film allows doubts to linger.
Even as the Jan. 6 Committee meticulously outlines the ways the former president tried without merit to overturn his loss, Trump called Assembly Speaker Robin Vos to wrongly claim a state Supreme Court ruling undoes his defeat.