A new GOP memo falsely blames Democrats for increasing violence instead of white supremacists or alt-right. (Photo by Zach Gibson/Getty Images) Amid the ongoing debate over whether there is an uprising of right-wing, white supremacy-related violence under President Trump, congressional Republicans have been directed to downplay reports about extremist-related murders by pushing anti-left propaganda.
Democratic presidential candidate former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke speaks during the Democratic Presidential Debate at the Fox Theatre July 30, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan.
President Barack Obama reads from his book "Of Thee I Sing" back in 2010 and is still an avid reader providing the country with a summer reading list of his faves.
(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) A petition to change Fifth Ave. in front of Trump Tower to Barack H. Obama Ave. has picked up 260,000 signatures and could end up renamed once the Donald leaves the Oval office. —Jay-Z defends NFL deal with Roc Nation, talks Kaepernick—
Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) addresses the crowd at the 2019 South Carolina Democratic Party State Convention on June 22, 2019 in Columbia, South Carolina.
Stacey Abrams speaks at the 2019 Women's E3 Summit at National Museum Of African American History & Culture on June 13, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Earl Gibson III/Getty Images) Stacey Abrams has upgraded plans for her voter’s rights organization Fair Fight 2020 that includes training activists to protect voters against election abuse, intimidation at the polls and interference in next year’s election.
Getty Tina Knowles Lawson is dipping into political waters by hosting a brunch fundraiser for a Texas U.S. Senate hopeful Amanda Edwards. Perhaps following in her famous daughter’s footsteps, Beyonce’s mom is reportedly supporting the Houston city council member with a fundraiser on Saturday, an unnamed source toldThe New York Post. Knowles Lawson is supporting Edwards, who just last month launched her campaign.
Photo Credit by Associated Press Presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., accused President Trump of running a campaign of terror in the US against illegal immigrants. While on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” on Sunday, Harris made the comment when questioned about last week’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids in Mississippi, Fox News reported.