Though an internal assessment found that the mob was targeting Congress, Capitol Police leaders downplayed the threat.
The controversy surrounding former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens may end up costing Republicans a seemingly “safe” seat.
The senator spent nearly $18,000 in campaign money on Facebook advertisements for his book, the watchdog alleges.
The attack on the Capitol “was a direct result of Donald Trump’s rhetoric and words,” one of the new litigants said.
Polling also shows that 6 in 10 Republicans still falsely believe the 2020 election was “stolen.”
Sources close to the former president say he is moving forward with creating his own social media site.
Seven House committees sent letters to 13 agencies requesting communications relating to the January 6 Capitol attack.
Following tactics employed by Trump, Republicans are perpetually playing the victim to appeal to their base.
A new report likely underestimates the amount of misinformation that was spread, as it doesn’t include Facebook groups.
Just a month after the Capitol attack, AT&T, Intel and Cigna donated $50,000 total to Republican fundraising committees.