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The statement comes as the senator's accuser says she's willing to meet with him to discuss the allegations.
As GOP lawmakers prepare to pass tax plans that expand the deficit, the trio blasts “a broken budget process” that could upend military planning.
The senator does little to quell speculation about the Nov. 3 attack, but tells a conservative publication there’s “no justification” for what his neighbor allegedly did.
Rene Boucher, who allegedly broke at least six of the lawmaker’s ribs, faces a charge of fourth-degree assault.
Some saw liberal candidates driving Tuesday’s enthusiasm. Others said tolerance for differences within the party is the model for unity in next year’s midterms.
Republican leaders face new hurdles, including a new $74 billion hole in the House bill and the political fallout of a dismal election night for the GOP.
The senator has six broken ribs, he says. His attacker is due in court Thursday.
Trump told the senators he has spoken to his own accountant about the bill and that he’d be a “big loser” if it’s approved as written.
Additional changes could include the elimination of the state and local tax deduction.
The bill is expected to be rejected by Republicans, providing campaign fodder for Democrats.