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RNC Introduces Swamp the Vote Campaign to Oust Biden and Liberals

The Republican National Committee has launched a strong new campaign called “Swamp the Vote” to encourage more people to vote. The campaign emphasizes the importance of defeating Joe Biden and the far left liberals, saying it is critical to swamp them with votes to ensure a victorious election. They are encouraging early and absentee voting as well as voting on Election Day to ensure a successful outcome. The outreach also urges voters to ensure that every Republican and Trump supporter in their household votes.

President Biden is planning to announce a new immigration program that would provide a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants married to U.S. citizens. The program is expected to be revealed on the anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The new program could potentially benefit hundreds of thousands of immigrants, and it aligns with the administration’s immigration policies. 

 

Fox News Media has promoted Jacqui Heinrich to senior White House correspondent and Peter Doocy to a senior role in the coverage. Both journalists have been recognized for their professionalism and dedication to reporting on national and international activities and issues affecting the administration. They will continue to provide news and insight to the viewers on various platforms.

A recent Hollywood memorabilia auction, “Hollywood Legends: Danger, Disaster and Disco,” sold over 1,300 artifacts from popular films. Notable items included the original dance floor from “Saturday Night Fever,” Marilyn Monroe’s evening dress, an Ark of the Covenant prototype from “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman costume and accessories. The auction attracted many bidders and achieved substantial sales for these iconic pieces.

According to an Issues & Answers TIPP poll, 42% of U.S. adults are very concerned about President Biden’s ability to effectively handle national security issues if he is reelected. The poll also revealed varying levels of concern among Republicans, independents, and Democrats regarding this issue. Jennifer Harper, a journalist from The Washington Times, provided updates on various news topics and can be reached for further information.

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