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Florida Man Demands Presidential Reinstatement, Suggests Overthrowing Government

Despite a busy week between his criminal referrals and the release of some of his tax information, former President Donald Trump continues to push the “Big Lie” that Biden did not win the 2020 presidential election even as his support among the GOP is wavering.

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Florida Lawmakers Aim to Change Law so DeSantis Can Run for President Without Resigning as Governor

This would allow DeSantis to run for president and regain his position as governor if he doesn't win the presidential election.

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Criminal Investigations Into Trump Will Proceed Despite His 2024 Campaign

Trump enters the race facing federal investigations related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results and into the hoarding of top-secret government documents at his Florida estate, as well as a separate state probe in Georgia.

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Nikki Fried Urges US Attorney to Investigate Trump’s Claims That He Used the FBI to Help DeSantis Win in 2018

The former president expressed his disapproval of DeSantis, whom he describes as  “an average Republican Governor with great public relations.”  

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We May Not Know Who Controls the US House and Senate for a Few Days—or Even Weeks

Control of the two chambers of Congress will come down to mail ballots that are still being counted in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, and Oregon—and possibly a December Senate run-off election in Georgia.

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Trump Urged to Delay 2024 Launch After GOP’s Uneven Election

Tuesday night’s disappointing results for the GOP are raising new questions about Trump’s appeal and the future of a party that has fully embraced him, seemingly at its peril.

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These Puerto Rican Candidates Won in the Midterm Elections

Several Boricua candidates kept their seats, including Rep. Darren Soto, but Floridians also elected newcomer Johanna López, who was previously an Orlando school teacher.