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Republicans don’t need Democratic votes to confirmTrump’s picks, but they may get some support from the opposition anyway — especially from states that Trump won big in 2016.
Even the fiercest liberal lions will attend Friday’s ceremonies — while nearly 60 House Democrats won’t.
Pompeo and Tillerson give future people in the hot seat contrasting examples.
Two competing conservative ethics are at work: Love of slow-moving regular order, and hatred of the ACA.
Fanning the flames of Trump controversies didn’t help Hillary Clinton. But Democrats can’t seem to resist — and they don’t know how to change the subject.
The Florida Republican and national security hawk might play a lead role discrediting Tillerson — or he might not.
The Republican from Alabama and nominee for attorney general lost a federal judgeship over racial allegations, but he is among the most well-liked members of the Senate.
Some anti-Moscow hawks acknowledged that the Kremlin tried to undermine the U.S. election — but not that the effort had an effect.
Congressional Democrats plan to leave it to Republicans to replace the health-care law — and blame them for the result.
McConnell said the Senate intelligence panel will investigate Russia’s suspected election interference.