Monthly Archives: October 2019
Walden helped formulate the GOP’s ultimately ill-fated plan to replace the Affordable Care Act and has worked closely on bipartisan efforts to address the national opioid crisis.
The Republican senator from South Carolina has become the president’s highest-profile defender on issues related to border wall funds and the House impeachment inquiry.
President Trump and Republicans have demanded that the individual who triggered the impeachment probe be unmasked.
The California Democrat has denied allegations that she was romantically involved with her legislative director.
Compromise took a beating in a new poll that found each party’s base views the other side as the culprit for all that ails America.
Acting Ukraine ambassador William B. Taylor Jr. testified that E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sondland told him that “President Trump wanted President Zelensky ‘in a public box’ by making a public statement about ordering such investigations’ ” and that “ ‘everything’ was dependent on such an announcement, including security assistance.’ ”
Reps. Carolyn B. Maloney, William Lacy Clay, Gerald E. Connolly and Jackie Speier have emerged as early contenders in the race to seize the Oversight and Reform Committee gavel.
Trump increasingly demonstrates that he sees issues as one large negotiation, linking together seemingly disconnected threads into one massive ball of legislative wax.
Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.), a former U.S. ambassador, said he has been increasingly concerned by revelations that have emerged regarding the Trump administration’s dealings with Ukraine.
The Maryland Democrat, who died Thursday, knew that alliances and respect from rivals would only make him more powerful — so his friends ranged from Rep. Meadows to Sen. Warren.