The comment constitutes a remarkable admission from a member of President Trump's Cabinet that could be interpreted as conspiring to remove a sitting House speaker belonging to the president's own party.
With questions about pay-to-play politics swirling around the Trump administration, Democrats are set to unveil anticorruption proposals Monday billed as “A Better Deal for Our Democracy."
The former congressman told a reporter he will not reimburse taxpayers on advice from his lawyers.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that he had spent part of the past weekend with Sen. John McCain, telling senators that he “didn’t want to miss the opportunity to tell him what his friendship meant to me.” “John and Cindy and I had a chance to sit on their back porch and reminisce,” […]
Trump "can be impeached, and should be impeached, for his hateful, hurtful and bigoted policies,” Rep. Al Green (D-Tex.) said at a news conference in his district.
Communications aide Kelly Sadler had said at a closed-door staff meeting that McCain's opposition to Gina Haspel as CIA director did not matter because “he's dying anyway.”
Leah Vukmir (R-Wis.) still must compete in an August primary against Kevin Nicholson, an outsider with financial backing from tea party groups.
Graham criticized White House officials Saturday for refusing to condemn a remark made about the mortality of McCain, who is battling brain cancer.
"My father's legacy is going to be talked about for hundreds and hundreds of years,” the younger McCain said on ABC's “The View,” where she is a co-host. “These people? Nothingburgers.”
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said he believed the audit could not be completed absent an unredacted copy of the memo written in August 2017 by Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein.