Democrats “just want to use this issue — and I like the issue for [the] election, too,” President Trump said while stumping for Republican Sen. Dean Heller in Nevada. But the strategy could be risky, especially for vulnerable candidates in diversifying swing states, such as Heller.
The legislative futility has created an opening for aggressive presidents, Democratic and Republican, who have acted unilaterally in setting policy.
The false implication was clear: The former Arkansas governor was another of many Republicans once again trying to stick the House minority leader with the image of an MS-13 gang sympathizer.
With no talks underway between the world’s two largest economies, prospects for a deal that averts imposition of the levies appear dim. If they take effect, the political pain will mount for the president, analysts say.
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She was constantly tired and suffered severe respiratory problems. An ear, nose and throat specialist had his interest piqued when technical writer Diane Bates mentioned her allergy to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, including ibuprofen.
Lexington, a town of 7,000 that voted overwhelmingly against Donald Trump, sits in the middle of a rural county that largely voted for him. The owner of the 26-seat Red Hen restaurant asked Sanders — who had already been served — to leave, saying she thinks her business has to uphold “honesty and compassion and cooperation.”
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The three-day truce may have opened doors once thought closed for negotiations about potentially ending the long conflict.
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