Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.
BRACE FOR ECONOMIC IMPACT: Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned at a news conference yesterday that a recession will become more likely, as the Fed is forced to continue hiking core interest rates in an attempt to tame inflation, adding that the central bank will probably need to see rising unemployment before it begins to lower interest rates again. Read more.
SPECIAL MASTER WANTS ANSWERS: Federal district court judge Raymond Dearie, the “special master” appointed to screen documents seized by the FBI from Donald Trump’s private residence for privileged information, yesterday asked Trump’s lawyers to make an official declaration as to whether they believe the FBI has lied about the nature of the recovered documents. Read more.
KUSHNER SHADES DESANTIS: Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, took a thinly veiled jab at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis during a Fox News interview Tuesday, when he criticized the relocation of migrants by Republican governors. Kushner said he finds the practice “very troubling” and claimed the migrants were being used as “political pawns.” Read more.
A MORE SENSITIVE 007: With Daniel Craig set to hand over James Bond’s Walther PPK and his replacement still up in the air, whoever plays 007 next will need to be in touch with their feelings and show emotional availability, the producers of the iconic action adventure movie franchise told Variety Wednesday. Co-producer Barbara Broccoli explained: “Bond is evolving as men are evolving.” Read more.