As President Joe Biden seeks a second term in office, a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll shows that a majority of Americans are concerned about his mental fitness.
Thursday on Political Rewind: President Biden is facing off with a GOP-held House over a looming debt ceiling default. Donald Trump will also appear at Georgia's Republican convention, but Gov. Brian Kemp will not.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Title 42, a pandemic-era restriction on migration, came to an end last week. Politicians on both sides have been waiting to see how immigration would change. We break down the results with an expert. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of Georgians could lose Medicaid benefits. #gapol
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A jury finds former President Trump liable of sexual abuse and libel in a civil case. The pandemic-era rule Title 42 will expire tomorrow, affecting immigration. And the Georgia Bulldogs punt their chance to go to the White House, declining an invite from President Biden.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Lawyers for the former chair of the Coffee County GOP filed a motion claiming the Fulton County investigation violated her rights. Plus, Atlanta Democrats want the DOJ to investigate the death of Manuel Teran.
Monday on Political Rewind: The New York Times reported on testimony alleging Donald Trump took part in a discussion about plans to access sensitive election data in Coffee County. Plus, Gov. Brian Kemp will not attend the state GOP convention, another sign of his disapproval with the political party.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: We're updating you on major cases on Political Rewind. First, Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis offered immunity to some of Georgia's false electors during the special investigation of the 2020 election. Then, Dominion Voting reaches an 11th-hour settlement in its $1.6 billion lawsuit with Fox News.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A new bill proposed by U.S. House Republicans would restrict access to asylum and detain families, and children. President Biden has reinstated Trump-era border policies. The Dominion defamation suit against Fox News is underway. And Justice Clarence Thomas is under fire.
Monday on Political Rewind: In an interview with CNN, Gov. Brian Kemp indicated he's not interested in passing gun control legislation. He also suggested Donald Trump can't win in 2024 if he keeps insisting he was robbed in 2020. Plus, a new study on the spread of right-wing extremism in schools.
Friday on Political Rewind: We take a moment to look at our neighbors to the south as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is getting set to visit Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. He hasn't declared his bid for president, but he could block frontrunner Donald Trump from the 2024 Republican nomination.
The nature of Trump's indictment is unprecedented, but the first time a president faced arrest was over 100 years ago.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Trump's lawyers filed a motion to dismiss every finding of the Fulton County special grand jury. Meanwhile, a new article suggests the YSL trial in Fulton County is straining resources. And, a new report from The Urban League highlights inequalities Black Georgians face.
Trump's lawyers want the courts to bar the Fulton County district attorney from investigating further and suppress any evidence gathered.
The claim comes as a New York prosecutor considers charging him in connection with hush money paid to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. There has been no announcement of plans for an indictment.
Monday on Political Rewind: Former President Jimmy Carter announced his decision to stop medical treatment and enter home hospice in Plains, Georgia. Reactions have poured in from around the world. President Biden said he hoped Carter would "continue his journey with grace and dignity."