EVENING BRIEFING 3/21: Don’t Miss These Big Stories

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Today is March 21. Below are some of the stories grabbing headlines this evening. I hope you share this evening briefing, as doing so will help others learn about the BEST SOURCE for political news you can TRUST! And don’t forget to download the free DML News App from the Google Play or Apple App Store to remain connected to me throughout the day, every day!

Today is Tuesday, March 21, 2023 and here are the stories you can’t miss reading this evening.

First, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has come out swinging against former President Donald J. Trump. In an interview with provocative media personality Piers Morgan, DeSantis talked about how he could win the White House, and he addressed Trump’s leadership style.

REPORT: The big obstacle between DeSantis and presidency

OpEd: Ron DeSantis rips Trump’s character, chaotic leadership style

Next, check out the latest information, via sources, about Trump’s potential indictment.

BREAKING: Sources reveal latest on whether DA will charge Trump as rumors swirl

Then, check out the chaos in the press briefing room at the White House as the Biden admin courts celebrities to boost its image, upsetting a reporter. Also from the press room, press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre gave a reporter accolades for their “clever” posing of a question about Trump’s possible indictment. Read about it here.

VIDEOS: Journalist irked over stunt that has celebrities flocking to White House

VIDEO: White House laughs about reporter’s ‘clever‘ indictment question indicted person to run for office

Finally, a story from earlier in the day that you can’t miss. Howard Stern is urging Jon Stewart, a comedian, actor and political figure, to run for president, saying he, “Owes it to his country.’

LISTEN: Radio host pushes for former talk show host to run for president

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