The prosecutor assigned to the investigation against Hunter Biden has stated that he wasn't the "deciding person" on whether or not to charge the president's son, and the "Main DOJ" has denied his request for special counsel status in Washington, DC: Disclosure of explosive notes by an IRS agent raises even more doubts about the investigation.

In October of 2022, Shapley made the following entry in the notebook: "Weiss stated that he is not the deciding person."

At the Denver theater, Lauren Boebert was kicked out of the Beetlejuice musical.

Over the weekend in Denver, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert was ejected from a touring production of the musical "Beetlejuice." The reason given was audience disruption.

The reports that were the most ridiculous regarding her behavior were refuted by Boebert's office, but it was established that she was removed out of the venue.

The outspoken Republican has been in trouble with the law on many occasions in the past.

The evidence that the GOP intends to use against Joe Biden has been revealed, coinciding with the initiation of an impeachment investigation into the President's ties to his son Hunter's questionable business transactions.

Thursday is the date that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has set for a gathering of top Republicans to arrange a vote on whether or not President Joe Biden should be impeached.

On Tuesday, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy made the announcement regarding the investigation into the claims of corruption.

The letter was written by Ian Sams, who is a senior advisor to the White House Counsel's Office in addition to being a special assistant to the President.

Sams said that it was time for the media to step up their investigation of House Republicans for initiating an impeachment inquiry based on lies, and he urged the media to do so.

Kristi Noem, the Republican governor of South Dakota, stated on Thursday that if former President Trump asked her to be his running partner in 2024, she would say yes "in a heartbeat."

During an interview with Newsmax, Noem responded, "Oh, absolutely," when asked if she would consider accepting a hypothetical invitation from Trump to run for the office of vice president alongside him. "Absolutely, in a second's notice."

Trump rally sparks renewed speculation that Noem will be chosen for vice president

On Friday, former President Donald Trump is scheduled to headline a rally in South Dakota alongside the Republican governor of the state, Kristi Noem. This has fueled suspicion that he may be courting her to be his running mate in the upcoming election.

Noem has been a prominent supporter of the former president for many years, and she even withdrew her name from consideration for the candidacy of the Republican Party, citing Trump's preeminent position within the party.

Gavin Newsom says he will not be running for president in 2024. The Democrat believes Kamala is 'set up' to replace Biden, 80, if he quits out of race and begs donors to stop 'wallowing' over negative polls and get behind Joe Biden. Biden has been in the race for the Democratic nomination for vice president since 1984.

According to statements made by Newsom to NBC News, "President Biden is going to run," and "looking forward to getting him reelected."

Additionally, he stated that he could not even fathom running against Kamala Harris.

It has been announced that Nancy Pelosi will be running for re-election.

On Friday, the Democrat from San Francisco who made history by becoming the first female speaker of the House announced to volunteers that she would run for reelection in 2024. This would prolong her career in the House to a total of 36 years and put her potential California successors in an indefinite holding pattern.

The trial of Donald Trump in Washington, DC, is scheduled to begin on March 4, 2024, one day before Super Tuesday.

While the former president's legal team criticizes the proceeding as a "show trial," Judge Chutkan has revealed that the former president will be tried in the January 6 case BEFORE the election.

The prosecution requested that the trial begin on January 2; Team Trump suggested the year 2026.

John Lauro, a lawyer for Donald Trump, called the proceedings a "show trial."

The date was set by Judge Chutkan at seven months after the indictment.