Chris Christie Endorses Impeachment: 'If Inciting To Insurrection Isn’t, Then I Don’t Really Know What Is'
Trump's former pal sided with Democrats on the so-called president's culpability in Wednesday's insurrection at the Capitol.
Chris Christie Calls Trump's Legal Team 'National Embarrassment,' Says It's Time To Concede Election
On "This Week," the former NJ governor told George Stephanopoulos it is long past time for Trump's legal flailings to overturn the election results to end.
Trump surrogate Chris Christie said it's time for Trump to concede since there is no evidence of voter fraud, and that his legal team is embarrassing the nation.
Trump campaign surrogate Jason Miller on Sunday claimed that counting votes after election night will be part of Democratic plot to "steal" the election from President Donald Trump.
Trump campaign spokesperson Jason Miller on Sunday attacked Democratic candidate Joe Biden for wearing a mask "too often" even though President Donald Trump is hospitalized while recovering from COVID-19.
Utah Sen. Mike Lee was more than happy to weigh in on his opinion of the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act and the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, but really didn't want to say anything about what it would mean for the lives of millions of Americans if the law is repealed.
ABC host George Stephanopoulos grilled Symone Sanders, a surrogate for Democratic nominee Joe Biden, about why the former vice president did not do more to stop the coronavirus pandemic even though he was not in office at the time.
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was forced to backtrack on Tuesday after first claiming that President Donald Trump personally informs the family after military service members are killed in action.
Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller lamented the death of President Donald Trump's brother, Robert Trump, as the president spent part of the weekend playing golf.
Despite the fact that he claimed he agreed George Stephanopoulos' assertion that there is "no compelling evidence that mail-in ballots are tied to widespread voter fraud," that's exactly the narrative White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was trying to push on ABC's This Week.
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