Tristan Justice
Tristan Justice
Tristan Justice is a staff writer at The Federalist focusing on the 2020 presidential campaigns. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and The Daily Signal. Tristan graduated from George Washington University where he majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow him on Twitter at @JusticeTristan or contact him at [email protected]
California Law Aimed At Acquiring Trump’s Tax Returns Ruled Unconstitutional

A California law requiring candidates to publish tax records to be on the ballot has been ruled unconstitutional by the state’s Supreme Court Thursday.

Gordon Sondland’s ‘Bombshell’ Impeachment Testimony Was A Dud

It was the testimony that was supposed to bring an end to the Trump administration as we knew it, but EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland came up short.

Joe Biden Forgets About Kamala Harris On Stage

Joe Biden claimed to be endorsed by the only black woman ever elected to the Senate, but California Sen. Kamala Harris was standing on stage.

Elizabeth Warren Vows To Use Taxpayer Dollars To Tear Down Border Wall

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren pledged to tear down parts of the border wall constructed along the U.S.-Mexican border if elected.

Pence, Perry, Pompeo All Reject Sondland’s Claims During Impeachment Testimony

Pence, Perry, and Pompeo each rejected EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s claims they were told of Trump’s alleged efforts to engage Ukraine in a quid pro quo.

Day Three Of Impeachment Proceedings Was A Train-Wreck For Democrats

Four witnesses testified on Capitol Hill, and each failed to provide incriminating evidence of a ‘high crime and misdemeanor’ by the president.

DOJ Inspector General Report Documents FBI Misuse Of Secret Sources

The report covers 2012 to 2019, which includes the time-frame of the 2016 presidential election and entire tenure of former FBI Director James Comey.

Volker, Morrison Testimony Completely Vindicate Trump, Destroy Democratic Case For Impeachment

Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison both testified that there was no quid pro quo, no bribery, and no extortion committed by the White House with Ukraine.

Vindman Exaggerated His Resume In Prepared Congressional Statement

Vindman claimed to be the “principal advisor to the National Security Advisor and the president on Ukraine.” Turns out, he’s never spoken to the president.

Vindman Was Asked Three Times To Be Defense Minister Of Ukraine

Vindman said it would have been a “great honor” to serve in the position but added that he maintained that his loyalties lied with the United States.

Vindman Just Admitted To Leaking To The Anti-Trump Whistleblower

When pressed on who Vindman spoke with about the call, Vindman said he spoke with two individuals not in the White House, then Adam Schiff cut him off, instructing him not to name the whistleblower.

The Televised Impeachment Proceedings Have Been A Disaster For Democrats

The Democrats’ own witnesses have exonerated the president and have provided further evidence for investigating the Bidens for their business in Ukraine.

Johnson: Impeachment Inquiry An ‘Effort To Sabotage The Trump Administration’

In the letter about his knowledge of the administration’s Ukraine policy, Johnson pushes back on the narrative being peddled by witnesses in the Democrats’ latest partisan impeachment efforts.

Trump Administration Backs Away From Ban On Flavored E-Cigarette Products

The White House had been gearing up to finalize details of a ban on flavored e-cigarette products for two months but now seems to be taking a new direction.

Joe Biden Shies Away From Endorsing Federal Marijuana Legalization

Biden’s more conservative approach to the issue runs counter to several 2020 White House rivals who have called to legalize marijuana at the federal level.

Marie Yovanovitch Admits There Was No Crime, No Bribery From Trump On Ukraine

Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch admitted that President Donald Trump did not engage in any kind of criminal activity related to Ukraine.

Impeachment Gives A Surging Pete Buttigieg An Opening

While impeachment keeps Biden’s Ukraine scandals in the spotlight and pulls senate rivals off the trail, Buttigieg has an opportunity for a breakthrough.

Adam Schiff Does Not Like It When A Republican Woman Speaks Without His Permission

“The gentlewoman is not recognized,” Schiff asserted again and again as Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., tried to yield time to Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y.

The Impeachment Circus Is Keeping Congress From Doing Its Real Job

The American people would be better served if Democrats worked with the president rather than spending three years drumming up conspiracy theories.

Federal Reserve Chair: Our Massive Federal Budget Deficits Are Unsustainable

Jerome Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, issued an ominous warning to lawmakers Wednesday that the federal budget is on ‘an unsustainable path.’