Jan. 6 committee revelations may give Republicans opening to take on Trump in 2024
Trump has weathered everything anyone could throw at a president, including sexual assault allegations and accusations of profiting from his office.
The possibility is growing that things will get even worse for Trump in the coming days.
On Wednesday evening, the committee subpoenaed former White House counsel Pat Cipollone , who Hutchinson said pushed back against the President's lawlessness.
If the midterm elections produce a Republican majority in the House of Representatives, it may be one in Trump's image.
"The reason they can get away with it is that is what Republican voters want.
But a recent poll in New Hampshire showing DeSantis gaining ground among likely GOP voters in the first-in-the-nation primary state caused a real stir in Republican politics.
The main insight of the 2022 campaign season so far is that there may be more able messengers for Trump's signature political creed.
But for their own political futures, any GOP hopeful who comes at the king in 2024 best not miss.
Trump fatigueThere are a few hints that some Republican voters are beginning to tire of Trump's relentless focus on the last election.
And in Colorado on Tuesday night, Republican voters rejected three election deniers running for statewide office.
Pennsylvania Republican voters selected an arch election denier, state Sen. Doug Mastriano, as their gubernatorial nominee.
"Republicans cannot both be loyal to Donald Trump and loyal to the Constitution," Cheney said in California, challenging her own party to reject Trump once and for all.