But that hasn’t stopped them from trying to get out the message on the issue this week.
Roberts wins, Bentivolio loses, Walsh considers quitting race, storms threaten Hawaii primary, NRSC makes first ad buy, and Richard Shelby is the most frugal senator.
Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., who posted and then deleted what some called a flirtatious tweet directed at singer Cyndi Lauper, says that he was only trying to teach the media a lesson in cautious reporting.
The lawmaker is known for his free-wheeling style.
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) says the 24-year-old aspiring model with whom he exchanged tweets with during the 2013 State of the Union Address is his daughter.
The Reliable Source
The Tennessee Democrat held an unusual press conference to announce that his mysterious tweet, later deleted, about Cyndi Lauper being “hot,” was an intentional gag he played on the media.
(J. Scott Applewhite)
Tweeting at Cyndi Lauper, his true colors were shining through.
Obama will defend his signature health care law during his State of the Union speech
Rep. Steven Cohen thinks he knows how to fix the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.