World Matt Gaetz, Lauren Boebert Head to Mar-a-Lago Fundraising Dinner for Mike Lee
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Republican Representativesof Florida and Lauren Boebert of Colorado will be at former President 's Mar-a-Lago resort on Saturday night for a fundraising dinner to support Utah Senator Mike Lee's 2022 reelection campaign.
The VIP event, which costs $10,600 per couple, started at 7:00 p.m. local time at the Palm Beach resort in Florida, according to an invitation shared by a Politico reporter. Gaetz and Boebert are listed as "special guests" and all funds will go toward the "Mike Lee Victory Fund."
Stan Lee Was a Comics Saint Who Thought He Was God
In 1983, Stan Lee, then Marvel Comics publisher, gave insight into his editorial feedback: “Hey, that shot is too weak. If you want a guy punching something, look at the way Jack Kirby does it. Let’s try and get that kind of force. This shot is too dull. Even if it’s a man walking in the street, look at the way Gene Colan does it. It looks interesting even if there’s no action.” During Lee’s editorship of Marvel Comics, a 20-page issue had about 100 panels for epic battles and human foibles. Lee’s direction maintained visual momentum, and tied together narratives of many characters.
Despite leaving the White House on January 20, Trump said after the conclusion of his impeachment trial that he will still play a role in U.S. politics. "Our historic, patriotic and beautiful movement to Make America Great Again has only just begun," the former president said in a statement following hisacquittal. "In the months ahead I have much to share with you, and I look forward to continuing our incredible journey together to achieve American greatness for all of our people."
Senate Minority Leaderthat he could be on a collision course with Trump as he seeks to regain a majority in the upper chamber. Amid reports and speculation of Trump's plan to fill open GOP seats in the 2022 elections with MAGA-approved candidates, McConnell told Politico that he would not hesitate to intervene if the former president pushes for that will endanger his chances of recapturing control of the Senate.
DeSantis 2024 Buzz Grows as Republicans Look for 'Trumpism Done With Attention to Detail'
"Ron DeSantis is having a moment with conservatives," Josh Holmes, a top adviser to Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, told Politico. "Part of this is liberals trying to cast this in the yin-and-yang comparison with [New York Governor Andrew] Cuomo... It's policy and it's partly stylistic, the way he handles the news media and his blue-collar appeal."During the early phases of the pandemic, Cuomo was praised for his handling of the pandemic, while DeSantis was criticized for his more laissez-faire approach.
"My goal is, in every way possible, to have nominees representing the Republican Party who can win in November," McConnell said. "Some of them may be people the former president likes. Some of them may not be. The only thing I care about is electability."
Senior Trump adviser Jason Miller recently said that the former president is "in the process of putting together a more formal schedule for candidates who want to come get his endorsement," according to Politico. Trump is expected to make an appearance at the fundraising event for Lee on Saturday.
Senator, a staunch Trump ally, has expressed concern about 2022 amid escalating Republican infighting. "I don't want to eat our own," he told after Trump released a fiery statement attacking McConnell on Tuesday.
In the statement, Trump said, "Mitch is a dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack, and if Republican Senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again."
Republican Lawmakers Make Florida Trek to Win Over Trump's Support Ahead of 2022
Republican lawmakers have been making the trip to Florida to try to keep former President Donald Trump close after his unsuccessful reelection bid.U.S. House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy and U.S. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise have made the trip, and U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham is scheduled to head to Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort this weekend. All three were key Trump allies during his administration, and those close to them have described the meetings as mostly informal plotting ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, where Trump could play a crucial role in whether Republicans are able to reclaim control of the U.S.
"Where necessary and appropriate, I will back primary rivals who espouse Making America Great Again and our policy of America First. We want brilliant, strong, thoughtful, and compassionate leadership," he added.
Newsweek reached out to Senator Mike Lee's office for comment.
Trump to Give First Big Speech Since Presidency at Conservative Conference in Florida .
The former president will make his first major public appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday, February 28.Trump will speak on Sunday afternoon, the final day of the conference, which will run from February 25 to February 28, the conference organizer confirmed to Newsweek on Saturday.