Monthly Archives: December 2017
His lawsuit cites rumors of election fraud that have already been investigated and refuted by the Alabama secretary of state.
The Pennsylvanian played an outsize role in shaping the GOP tax overhaul, reflecting the larger triumph of supply-side economics in the bill.
Paul Nehlen, who is challenging Ryan for the second time, responded to the accusations of anti-Semitism by saying he was opposed to double standards.
Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.) made the accusation during an interview Tuesday with MSNBC.
If state Sen. Chris McDaniel challenges incumbent Sen. Roger Wicker, Republicans could face another ugly fight between rival wings of the party.
“Initially, people will benefit” from the tax bill, Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) acknowledged in a radio interview on Wednesday.
Of those who are eligible, not all do it.
Jeff Flake and Charlie Dent, who have split with Trump before, predicted significant setbacks if the GOP focuses solely on its base and sidelines diversity.
Raise will average 1.9 percent but vary by locality; Washington-Baltimore area to receive the largest boost.
Democrats claim Republicans triggered a political tsunami by passing a tax bill with enormous benefits for the rich. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell defiantly disagrees.