Politics As 2024 nears, Pence to speak at SC pregnancy center dinner
Selling Sunset's Davina Potratz Slams Rumors That Co-Star Christine Quinn Faked Her Pregnancy
Davina Potratz just set the record straight on "f--ked up" rumors surrounding her Selling Sunset co-star Christine Quinn's pregnancy.During the Jan. 11 episode of Dear Media's Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast, the Selling Sunset star set the record straight about rumors that Christine had faked her pregnancy with son Christian Georges Dumontet. Calling the claims "f--ked up," Davina defended her co-star and said that the realtor, whose journey to motherhood was documented on the fourth season of the Netflix reality show, was "really hurt" over the bogus allegations.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — As he positions himself for a possible White House bid, former Vice President Mike Pence is returning to the early-voting state of South Carolina, slated to give the keynote address at a fundraising banquet for a Christian pregnancy center that's become a regular stop for GOP presidential hopefuls.
In May, Pence will speak at a dinner on behalf of the Carolina Pregnancy Center, according to a copy of the invitation obtained by The Associated Press. The organization, whichdescribes as a “pro-life ministry,” offers Christian counseling and adoption services, and free supplies to women who opt to have babies following unplanned pregnancies.
Hillary Clinton 2024 Speculation 'an Embarrassment for the Democrats,' Kevin McCarthy Says
The House minority leader mocked the idea that Democrats would consider a presidential candidate "the country has rejected."Two Democrats—political consultant Doug Schoen and former Manhattan Borough President Andrew Stein—wrote in a Tuesday opinion article for The Wall Street Journal that Clinton should be their party's 2024 nominee instead of President Joe Biden. Clinton, a former secretary of state and former senator from New York, previously lost to Donald Trump in 2016 when she was the Democratic Party's presidential nominee.
South Carolina holds the first presidential primaries in the South, and candidates of both major parties typically spend more than a year in the state ahead of those votes, introducing themselves and trying to secure support.
Republican candidates often use South Carolina's conservative voters as a proving ground to test their “pro-life” mettle. Nearly a year ago, Pence chose the fundraiser of another conservative Christian nonprofit in South Carolina assince the end of the Trump administration.
That dinner for Palmetto Family, which lobbies for what it considers to be “biblical values,” such as heterosexual marriage,for some of the issues for which he long advocated as an Indiana congressman-turned-governor, such as restrictions on abortion and support for the overturn of Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling that ensured a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion.
The Memo: 2024 chatter reveals Democratic nervousness
Speculation has begun about the 2024 Democratic presidential ticket, almost three years before the election. Some of the suggestions are blasted as risible. But the early chatter itself reveals the nervousness that permeates the party.In the past week alone, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman held out the possibility of anti-Trump Republican Rep. Liz Cheney (Wyo.) being added as President Biden's 2024 running mate.A Wall Street Journal column by Douglas Schoen and Andrew Stein posited the possibility of a third Hillary Clinton presidential candidacy. And a thinly source suggestion that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.
Carolina Pregnancy Center, the host of Pence's May return, is based in the state’s conservative northwest and has frequently played host to Republicans seeking their party's nomination. In the 2016 cycle, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Dr. Ben Carson and businesswoman Carly Fiorina all visited the Spartanburg facility.
It's the kind of political issues trip that Pence has made with regularity during political seasons. In September 2020,highlighting his anti-abortion and conservative Christian viewpoints.
A month later, heat a women's clinic in Raleigh, North Carolina, also participating in a political rally featuring candidates who oppose abortion and calling the Democratic Party “the party of abortion on demand."
Since leaving office, Pence has worked to construct a post-White House operation that includes a political advocacy group, speeches, fundraising and shoring up relationships that could help him, should he choose to run for president in 2024.
Trump Spent Weekend Stewing That ‘Wiseguy’ DeSantis Won’t Kiss His Ring
Former President Donald Trump spent the long MLK Day weekend in reflection but not on anything related to the civil rights icon. Instead, he was fixated on one burning question, according to two people familiar with the matter: “Is he being a wiseguy?” The “wiseguy” was none other than Florida governor Ron DeSantis, a fellow Sunshine State resident and Republican Party star who just last week had gently dinged part of Trump’s record as president.
Much of that has included efforts at deepening his appeal to his white Evangelical Christian base, as well as Trump supporters and those who may have been fond of former President Donald Trump’s policies, but not his style. Speaking at a September forum devoted to demographics and family values in Budapest,that he was hopeful the new conservative majority on the Supreme Court created during his and Trump’s administration will soon overturn abortion rights in the United States.
Ahead of U.S. Supreme Court arguments in an abortion case, Pence in November called on the high court to “make history” and overturn Roe v. Wade, calling the 1973 ruling a “misguided decision” that has “inflicted a tragedy not only on our nation, but on humanity."
Meg Kinnard can be reached at.
Trump drops the biggest hint yet that he'll be running in 2024, calling himself the '45th and 47th President' in a video .
A video has surfaced of Trump proclaiming himself the "45th and 47th" President of the United States to onlookers at a game of golf.In the video of Trump at one of his Florida golf clubs, one of Trump's golfing partners films him walking up to take a swing, saying: "First on the tee, the 45th president of the United States.