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The Fix's Amber Phillips discusses the latest in politics and campaigns live with readers.
While most of us were sleeping, the government shut down for the second time in as many months.
Passing this budget deal, which Ryan supports, could force him to renege on several promises to his caucus — and even put his speakership at risk.
Technically, such speeches are banned in the House.
"I'd love to see a shutdown” came at the exact wrong moment for a budget deal in Congress.
Congress is making big moves to change a reporting process that heavily favors lawmakers over victims.
Here are the GOP claims we could reasonably expect to see addressed in the memo.
Some of the evidence they present is shaky, flat-out wrong or entirely redacted. So why present it publicly?
No one expected President Trump to win over his skeptics in one speech. And judging by some of the Congressional reaction, it’s possible he exacerbated the divisions.