Donald Trump’s poorly-attended rally in Tulsa may have broken the bond he has with his supporters, one of the president’s former top advisor said on Monday.
“The spell has been broken,” former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci declared on Twitter.
“They people are moving on and want to heal from his nonsense,” he explained.
Earlier in the day, Scaramucci suggested Trump was losing the culture wars.
“Why is he imploding so fast? He has missed the moment, people want to end the culture war and come together,” Scaramucci wrote.
The spell has been broken. They people are moving on and want to heal from his nonsense.
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) June 23, 2020
Why is he imploding so fast? He has missed the moment, people want to end the culture war and come together.
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) June 22, 2020
Federal appeals court grants Trump campaign ‘expedited’ hearing after Giuliani bungles case in Pennsylvania
The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has granted the Trump campaign's motion for an expedited hearing in a case that is being handled by attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Last week, federal Judge Matthew Brann tossed out a case in which Giuliani had asked for 680,000 ballots to be invalidated in Pennsylvania. But Giuliani's team had removed legal claims about the demand from its motion to the court.
In his ruling, Brann said that Giuliani could not file an amended complaint in his court. The Trump campaign responded by filing an amended motion for expedited review with the Third Circuit of appeals.
Fed-up GOP donors may withhold money from Georgia senate races if party doesn’t make Trump concede: report
The New York Times reports that some wealthy business leaders are getting tired of Trump refusing to even allow the presidential transition process to begin and mulling a variety of ways to force the GOP to tell the president that it's time to accept reality.
Delayed transition now causing problems in FBI getting permanent clearance for Biden’s national security
President-elect Joe Biden has announced that the delayed transition isn't a problem and that he and his team will ultimately be fine. But experts have questioned how it couldn't be an inconvenience that would lead to problems for incoming national security and public health officials, The Atlantic reported Monday.
Biden has worked to raise money for the transition, telling supporters that since they don't have access to the funds for incoming presidents, that they need donations to make it.