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The Biden administration denounced former President Donald Trump after he repeated remarks at a New Hampshire rally that undocumented immigrants are “poisoning the blood of our country.” One spokesperson for President Biden said Trump’s remarks are the antithesis of American values and another claimed Trump’s remarks were reminiscent of speeches by Adolf Hitler. Visit Axios to learn moreImage Credit:Gage Skidmore (CC BY-SA 2.0 DEED)

Former President Donald Trump’s allies have begun pre-screening the ideologies of thousands of individuals with the goal to centralize and expand Trump’s power at every level of government if he is re-elected in 2024. They plan to install up to 54,000 Trump loyalists across government to limit any chance of restraint should Trump win a second term. Though this effort is centered around Trump, Heritage Foundation sources say that it will be available to any Republican nominee and Heritage officials have already briefed the

Between July 11th and August 11th of this year, the Maricopa County elections office recorded at least 140 combative and potentially dangerous communications against election workers according to a lengthy document obtained by Reuters. Many of the threats stemmed from conspiracy theories regarding the 2020 presidential election spread by former president Donald Trump and his allies. These conspiracies had to do with false claims about fake ballots, fixed voting machines, corruption among election officials, and more. Threatening emails sent to election workers were often

The US Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a case this October 4th on congressional redistricting decisions in Alabama. Voting rights activists have sued the state for packing a substantial number of Black Americans into one congressional district in order to dilute the rest of the Black population’s voting power across the state. Many observers who agree with the activists’ argument are nevertheless concerned that if the Supreme Court’s conservative super-majority of justices rules in favor of the state of Alabama, the decision could

The US Senate appears likely to pass within the coming months a bill to reform how electoral votes for the President of the United of the States are certified in Congress. The bill, a version of which has already passed the House of Representatives, would raise the threshold of votes needed for congressional objections to be brought against a state’s electoral counts, making it more difficult for congress members to question the results of an election. The legislation would also clarify that the role