Congressional inaction on guns and immigration underscore a disconnect. Polling shows overwhelming support for tougher background checks and a fix for “dreamers.”
The incumbent has signaled he might reverse his decision to retire, amid GOP concerns about Blackburn’s viability in the general election in Tennessee.
The former GOP presidential contender announced his plans Friday with no mention of President Trump.
The president has lurched right this week on immigration, entitlements, guns, infrastructure and even Russia.
Republicans see a matchup of Scott and Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson as a close race that could help the GOP add to its slim Senate majority. Trump won the state in 2016.
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The budget proposal shows 62 federal programs would be eliminated through zero funding.
The Republican-led Senate failed to muster enough votes for a plan backed by President Trump or for a bipartisan measure the White House had rejected.
Democrats reissued demands for enhanced background checks and bans of certain weapons. Republicans called for a study of the shooter’s motives.
The former White House strategist’s refusal to discuss the transition period is frustrating lawmakers investigating Russian election meddling.
Supporters of the revisions say they are aimed at curbing unscrupulous lawyers who seek to profit by threatening businesses.