As voters prepare to head to the polls Tuesday, it was unclear how much impact President Trump’s late push for Republican Roy Moore would have. And his support of the polarizing candidate, who has been accused of sexual misconduct, has been qualified with no joint photo ops or visuals that could haunt Trump should Moore lose.
Richard Shelby has bucked his own Republican Party — and the president — by refusing to support the Senate campaign of Roy Moore. Shelby has warned that a win by the controversial Moore could hurt their state, which the senior senator has spent his life transforming.
The $1.5 trillion legislation, with a massive corporate tax cut at its center, is moving toward passage without any hearings, which is unusual for a bill of such magnitude. And it has picked up some startling new provisions, surprising industry groups, Democrats and even some Republicans.
The richness of so many cuisines and cultures brought from all over the world makes American food so outstanding. The Trump administration has dedicated a lot of energy to barring refugees from entering the country, a move that would have a profound impact — not just on our food, but on our national identity.
Pyongyang is moving steadily to acquire essential machinery that could potentially be used for an advanced bioweapons program, and analysts warn the regime could quickly surge into industrial scale production of pathogens.
Before he pleaded guilty to the FBI, George Papadopoulos was regarded as a critical envoy in Greece to the Trump campaign. He was wined and dined and rewarded with perks in his ancestral homeland, where he also found a close ally in the pro-Russian Greek defense minister.
Many were left wondering why the president decided last week to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and to some critics, his approach to sensitive international issues appears to “serve his political purposes, not the nation’s interests.”
The U.N. ambassador’s comments diverged from the White House position that the more than a dozen women have all lied. Also on Sunday, Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) and Cory Booker (D-N.J.) called on Trump to resign as others have in the face of such allegations.
From immigration to banking reform to taxes to sexual harassment, many in the party believe they do not have a unified message. Even their advantages have yet to coalesce into a set of beliefs as Democrats argue over how to best present themselves to voters.
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