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Trump, DeSantis in open warfare as they hit the trail in early states

Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail Thursday with a torrent of attacks on Ron DeSantis, mocking his rival's repeated reminders that he can serve two terms to Trump's one and criticizing use of the word "woke," a cornerstone of DeSantis's stump speeches.

Georgia GOP convention: Mike Pence out, Kari Lake in

The latest bout in the political feud between Donald Trump and Mike Pence is on hold. Both were set to speak at next week’s Georgia GOP convention, but the former vice president is a late scratch. 

Chris Christie plans to launch 2024 presidential campaign

Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie will enter the race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination next week, according to a person with knowledge of his plans who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the decision has not yet been announced publicly.

9/11 attacks a wedge issue for DeSantis vs. Trump

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is teeing up former President Donald Trump over golf. DeSantis hosted 9/11 Families over the Memorial Day weekend just as Trump National in Washington, D.C., was the site of the Saudi-backed LIV golf tournament.

4 takeaways from Ron DeSantis’s 2024 launch

Ron DeSantis launched his presidential campaign Wednesday, signaling the prospect of at least a somewhat competitive primary in 2024. The Florida governor, who polls suggest is the only potentially serious impediment to former president Donald Trump in the GOP nominating contest right now, made his announcement alongside Elon Musk on Twitter Spaces, in an event marred by technical difficulties.

Three years after Floyd’s death, a reckoning for Biden’s agenda on race

Three years after the murder of George Floyd sparked global protests and led then-candidate Joe Biden to endorse a broad platform of racial justice initiatives, the president is under pressure to prove to Black voters that he enacted as much of his equity agenda as possible - and that he remains committed to delivering for his most loyal supporters in a second term.