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Past articles by Eliza:

Hungary's notoriously anti-immigrant, Trump-backed leader is doing little to help the thousands of Ukrainian refugees he's allowed into the country as he campaigns for re-election

Viktor Orban was forced to make a major exception to his asylum policy amid the war in Ukraine. But he could use the refugee crisis to his benefit. → Read More

Lauren Boebert heckled Biden at the State of the Union as he talked about his son Beau, who died of brain cancer after serving in Iraq

"You put them in, 13 of them," Boebert shouted, referring to the 13 US soldiers who were killed during Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal. → Read More

Trump says he's 'very appreciative' and 'surprised' Biden gave him credit for developing the COVID-19 vaccines

Biden offered the Trump administration rare praise for its work on the COVID-19 vaccines and mentioned that Trump has received a booster shot. → Read More

Trump says it's 'very tough' for him to criticize Biden now because he praised Operation Warp Speed's success

"It is a little tough to be overly critical now, because he just thanked us for the vaccine and thanked me for what I did," Trump told Fox News. → Read More

Biden says fully vaccinated Americans can celebrate the holidays and urges unvaccinated to get the shots

Biden announced the federal government will provide 500 million free rapid tests and set up new vaccine and testing sites, among other measures. → Read More

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calls Joe Manchin's reversal on Biden's climate and social spending bill 'an egregious breach of the trust of the president'

Americans "have every right to be furious with Joe Manchin," Ocasio-Cortez said, adding that it's on Democratic leadership to find a way forward. → Read More

New York prosecutors continue investigating whether Trump illegally manipulated the value of his Westchester golf club

Prosecutors are probing whether Trump and his company inflated the club's value to attract large loans and then devalued it to avoid taxes. → Read More

Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham says 'Trump's anger level' with Mark Meadows 'has got to be through the roof right now'

Grisham says Trump is likely furious with Meadows for turning over documents, including communications with top Republicans, concerning January 6. → Read More

Mark Meadows used his own cellphone, 2 personal Gmail accounts, and Signal for official White House business, January 6 committee says

The House committee investigating the Capitol riot is expected to vote to hold Meadows in criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to be deposed. → Read More

Congress' latest subpoenas in the Capitol riot probe indicate a direct line between Trump and Jan. 6 rally organizers

Max Miller helped organize the January 6 "Save America" rally and met with Trump in the West Wing on January 5 to discuss speakers at the rally. → Read More

Trump's control over the GOP is near absolute and he's hinting he'll run again in 2024: Here are the issues shaping his final decision

Above all other variables, Trump will have to weigh his desire to vindicate himself with the risk of another defeat → Read More

2 Democrats joined every Republican senator in voting against Biden's private-employer vaccine-or-test mandate

Wednesday's resolution lacked veto-proof support and is unlikely to pass the House, but a broader legal and political fight is set to rage on. → Read More

Mark Meadows says Trump was 'mortified' after the Capitol riot and afraid he'd be banned from Twitter

"In the aftermath of the attack, President Trump was mortified," Meadows wrote, adding that Trump knew his days on Twitter "were probably numbered." → Read More

Mark Meadows says Trump was never more 'despondent' than when the Supreme Court rejected Texas' lawsuit to overturn the 2020 election

The lawsuit argued that Biden's victories in key battleground states should be thrown out over unsubstantiated allegations of widespread voter fraud. → Read More

Mark Meadows falsely claims Biden's 81 million votes in the 2020 election don't represent 'a real number'

Meadows pressed officials to investigate nonsense conspiracy theories alleging that Italy and China hacked the 2020 election. → Read More

Mark Meadows says Trump threatened to wipe out an Afghan village — a war crime — in a phone call with a Taliban negotiator: book

"If you dare lay hands on a single American, that will be the first thing that I destroy. I will not hesitate," Trump told the negotiator, per Meadows. → Read More

Trump told a COVID-infected Mark Meadows 'it was not a convenient time' for him to get sick shortly after the election

In "The Chief's Chief," Meadows wrote that he learned he'd tested positive for the virus on November 5, two days after the general election. → Read More

Mark Meadows compares Trump telling Americans 'don't be afraid' of COVID-19 to Lincoln's Gettysburg Address

"It had the same compressed, forceful quality that had made President Lincoln's words so effective at the time they were delivered," Meadows wrote. → Read More

Trump is furious and privately railing against Mark Meadows over his new book detailing the former president's bout with COVID-19

Trump called Meadows "dumb" for revealing Trump had tested positive for COVID-19 before his first debate with Biden, The New York Times reported. → Read More

Kayleigh McEnany says she found out Trump had tested positive for COVID-19 while he was on live TV with Fox News' Sean Hannity

The Wall Street Journal reported Trump learned of his positive rapid test before he went on Hannity's show, which he didn't mention in the long interview. → Read More