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The move shows the Florida governor is running in 2024 as "an echo" rather than an alternative to Donald Trump, said the newspaper's editorial board.
O'Donnell said if convicted, an obstruction of justice charge could mean a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
Eugene Robinson says the Florida governor has "paper-thin skin, a propensity to hold grudges and a tendency to go way too far.”
The Trump White House press secretary's State of the Union rebuttal "vividly demonstrates a problem for the GOP," wrote Paul Waldman and Greg Sargent.
Lorenz's account was temporarily suspended after the journalist reached out to Elon Musk for comment about a story, she said.
The federal lawsuit seeks no monetary damages. but demands changes to Yale’s withdrawal policies.
Media critic Erik Wemple said he got the nasty response after asking about Carlson's reported accusatory call about his son.
"There is no excuse for this irresponsible rhetoric," the Post's editorial board said.
"The arrival of subvariant BA.5 should be a reminder that the finish line in this race is nowhere to be seen."