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Some Democratic ‘aisle hogs’ plan to avoid Trump at Tuesday’s address to Congress.
Test for Democrats is whether they can convert the energy and anxiety into electoral gains in midterm elections.
The Supreme Court vacancy will be remembered by critics and fans as the “McConnell seat” after he orchestrated the obstruction of Barack Obama’s power to replace Antonin Scalia last year.
The Senate majority leader’s job right now is to hold the GOP together. In an interview, he said he retains hope that Trump’s public proclamations will not sideline the party’s policy priorities.
With new details coming almost daily about ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn’s conversations with the Russian ambassador, interest in more probing has emerged.
The consensus came at a tense moment when Republicans were already finding it difficult to defend Trump.
Obamacare, not Michael Flynn’s ouster, was their preferred topic on Tuesday.
There are parallels between liberals protesting President Trump and the conservative tea party of the Obama years.
It’s a question being posed by Rep. Sean Maloney in his independent autopsy of 2016
Warren was accused of breaching Senate rules by reading past statements against Sessions from the late senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) and the late Coretta Scott King.