Del. Senate candidate’s nonprofit group didn’t file with IRS, could lose status
A nonprofit evangelical group founded and run by Republican Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell of Delaware is at risk of losing its tax-exempt status for failing to file required federal tax forms.
IRS documents reviewed by The Associated Press show the group — Savior’s Alliance for Lifting the Truth — is on a list of organizations threatened with revocation of its nonprofit status next month because it has not filed returns for three consecutive years.
O’Donnell founded the group in 1996 and is listed as its current president on the financial disclosure documents she filed with the U.S. Senate this summer. The alliance is a pro-abstinence outreach group aimed at young Christians.
A campaign spokesman said the group is looking into the matter.
‘Abhorrent’: Trump condemned after showing more concern for real estate than human beings in remarks on homelessness
"He's apparently more concerned with the doorways and streets than with the people who are homeless and sleeping on them."
President Donald Trump on Tuesday complained that California's homelessness crisis is harming the "prestige" of major cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco, remarks that housing advocates said displayed more sympathy for wealthy real estate investors and property than the human beings suffering from soaring rent and lack of affordable homes.
The Internet pummels CNN for booking Lewandowski the morning after he admitted to lying on TV: ‘Why would you do this?’
Corey Lewandowski admitted to the House Judiciary Committee that he had lied in TV appearances -- so social media users were appalled that he was booked the following morning to appear on CNN.
President Donald Trump's former campaign manager was confronted with false statements he had made in appearances on MSNBC and CNN, where he was scheduled to appear at 8 a.m. on "New Day," according to the show's executive producer.
Trump exonerates himself in weird third-person tweet: ‘President Trump didn’t do anything wrong or illegal’
President Donald Trump declared himself exonerated by former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski in an early morning tweet.
The president tagged Lewandowski, who testified Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee, and "Fox & Friends" in a Twitter post reacting to coverage of the congressional hearing.
"As Corey Lewandowski stated very clearly yesterday in front of the House Judiciary Committee, President Trump didn’t do anything wrong or illegal," Trump tweeted about himself. "But they all know that. The Democrats are hurting our Country, and getting nothing done. Shameful!"