Former President Donald Trump is set to return to the campaign trail, and prominent conservative activist Matt Schlapp is facing groping allegations by a former Herschel Walker campaign aide.
Meanwhile, the discovery of classified documents at President Joe Biden’s residence and office continued to reverberate Wednesday as newly empowered Republicans were pushing forward with congressional probes of Biden’s handling of the documents.
The White House has criticized Republicans for “faking outrage” and appointing far-right conservatives to key investigative committees. On Capitol Hill, lawmakers continue to squabble as the deadline nears for raising the limit on nation’s debt ceiling.
Here’s what’s happening:
- White House slams Republican appointments of ‘extreme MAGA’ devotees
- Conservative Matt Schlapp is sued for $9 million, denies groping accusations