Author: Nate Gundy

Former President Trump has threatened to blacklist any financial supporters of Nikki Haley’s presidential campaign. Writing on Truth Social last week, Trump claimed that anyone who makes a donation to Haley’s campaign “from this moment forth, will be permanently barred from the MAGA camp.” Haley responded to the threat by encouraging more donations to her campaign. Visit NBC News to learn moreImage Credit:Gage Skidmore (CC BY-SA 2.0 DEED)

A bipartisan Senate deal pairing Ukraine aid with border enforcement measures is facing a potential collapse as Senate Republicans grow increasingly wary of an election year compromise. Republican opposition increased after former President Donald Trump weighed in on his social media platform claiming the deal was “meaningless” and “another Gift to the Radical Left Democrats” as Biden seeks re-election. Visit PBS NewsHour to learn moreImage Credit:Eric Haynes (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 DEED)

Over 1,000 Black clergymen have issued a demand for President Biden to call for a cease-fire in Gaza. The church leaders represent hundreds of thousands of congregants who have become increasingly distressed over the suffering of Palestinians in Gaza and critical of the United States response. The clergymen claim their parishioners are so dismayed by the president’s posture toward the conflict that they may not be able to support his re-election bid.Visit The New York Times to learn moreImage Credit:U.S. Secretary of Defense (CC BY

Florida Governor Ron Desantis has suspended his Republican presidential campaign and endorsed Donald Trump. The decision leaves only former President Donald Trump and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley in the running to become the Republican nominee. The governor's endorsement of Trump is especially notable given the constant, often deeply personal, taunts the former President has directed at Desantis over the past year. Insults directed at Desantis’ by Trump include “pudding fingers,” “Ron DeSanctimonious,” “meatball Ron,” “Rob” (evidently forgetting the governor's name), and many more.Visit

According to Mar-a-lago members attending a dinner with former President Donald Trump in December, Representative Elise Stefanik was actively discussed as a potential Vice President in 2024. More recently, a growing number of Trump allies have continued to look closely at Stefanik after she gained national publicity while questioning University presidents regarding claims of anti-semitism on their campuses. Stefanik declined to comment on whether she would be interested in serving as Trump’s running mate, telling NBC news she was focused on her role in