President Donald Trump’s legal team has argued that the request for the Supreme Court to hear immunity claims presents us “with momentous, historic questions of transcendent importance” due to the potential for the Court’s decision to lead to the “collapse of constitutional government” as we know it. They argue that allowing the current proceedings to move forward could render the president powerless against “attacks originating outside of the political branches” and thus compromise “the constitutional order.” The lawyers further argue that the Court’s decision has the potential to be far-reaching and consequential, and thus, merits a hearing.
, Colorado Colorado Republican Dave McCormick has officially launched a campaign to run for the state’s vulnerable Senate seat. McCormick, a Colorado native and former Army Reserve officer, launched his bid to unseat Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet earlier this month, signaling his intent to help the Republican Party maintain control of the Senate in November’s […]
The United States Department of State ordered an ordered departure of non-emergency government personnel from Iraq on January 1, 2020. The order covered all US citizens, including military personnel, who do not perform emergency or critical functions. The Department of State also ordered a limited departure of all embassy and US personnel from Iraq in […]
The Oversight Committee of the House of Representatives has accused Democratic Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg of displaying a “disturbing pattern” of travel “safety failures” in a new report. The report focused on Buttigieg’s travel on official business for the Navy Reserve, which he joined in 2017. The report highlighted a number of instances where Buttigieg […]