David Schenker, who spent 19 months as an assistant secretary of state in the Trump administration, said in a recent interview that he is “very happy to be sleeping at night again.”
The CPAC conference stage was shaped identically to an Odal or Othala rune — long used as a Nazi symbol.
Golden Calf or Golden Trump?
Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland said Thursday that he “felt a tremendous sense of history and responsibility” in leading the second impeachment case against former President Donald Trump, and still feels “we should have gotten 100 votes” to convict. But Raskin expressed no regrets about how the trial unfolded, and shifted focus to the group of nine House managers he led, describing it as “remarkable teamwork.”
Like much from the Trump era, the vote pointed to a system that worked, but not too well.
There is no federal Presidents Day holiday, but Dan Friedman explains why he hates it anyway.
He insisted a tweeter meant to write “Calvary,” a public display of Christ’s crucifixion.
David Schoen, one of former President Donald Trump’s impeachment lawyers, came to observant Judaism later in life. But he has always been a Zionist, according to an interview he did with the Zionist Organization of America, for which he is a member of the Board of Directors and a national officer.
On Friday, former President Donald Trump, fresh from his preemptive resignation from SAG-AFTRA, did an end run on a campaign to oust him from the Manischewitz Frequent Buyers Circle by sending a letter of withdrawal — a bold move, given that his punch card was one purchase away from a free box of matzo.
George Washington used the quote in his letter to the Hebrew Congregation in Newport. But its history is fraught.