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John Gizzi on Politics

John Gizzi

Jun 26, 2022
Biden 'Grumpy' Over Ukraine, Sidelines NSA Adviser Sullivan
Joe Biden is "grumpy" these days, a White House insider shared with Newsmax.The high-level Democrat, who has known Biden for years, said the president spends most of his White House meetings complaining.

Jun 25, 2022
Hungarian Cardinal Erdo Turns 70 Amid Speculation He's Next Pope
Cardinal Peter Erdo, Metropolitan Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest, celebrated his 70th birthday Saturday at a time talk is mounting the primate of Hungary will eventually succeed Pope Francis as leader of 1.34 billion Roman Catholics worldwide.

Jun 22, 2022
GOP Senate Campaign Chief Scott Neutral in '24, Thinks Trump Will Run
National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Rick Scott told Newsmax Tuesday morning he would be neutral in a 2024 Republican presidential contest that included Donald Trump and Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Jun 22, 2022
Two Trump-Backed Candidates in Georgia Beaten by Trumpsters
Less than 24 hours after the results were called in Republican runoffs for primaries in Georgia’s 7th and 10th Districts, the national press was emphasizing that the defeated candidates had the strong endorsement of Donald Trump.

Jun 21, 2022
Why Hasn't Biden Condemned Russian Cyberwar Against Costa Rica?
As consumed as Russia is with trying to overpower Ukraine, the Kremlin has still found time and talent to launch an all-out cyberwar against Costa Rica.

Jun 16, 2022
Club for Growth Weighs in Strong for Cheney Foe
Along with former President Donald Trump and more than 200 Republican Members of Congress, the conservative Club for Growth has just come out swinging in favor of Wyoming's U.S. House hopeful Harriet Hageman.

Jun 14, 2022
Why Did Trump's Man Zinke Barely Win In Montana?
A week after Ryan Zinke was declared the narrow winner in the Republican primary in Montana's Western U.S. House district, Montanans of both parties as well as national political pundits are still catching their breath.

Jun 13, 2022
Can Sarah Palin Survive Ranked-Choice Vote in August?
As the ballot count continues in Alaska's special primary for the at-large seat of the late Republican Rep. Don Young, all signs are that Sarah Palin will top the field of 48 candidates and thus become one of four candidates in the Aug. 16 special election.

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