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Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Trey Gowdy (R-SC), reacts to the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the comments on the future of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. “I knew it was going to happen after the election,” Gowdy told Brett Baier Wednesday. “I did not think it would happen before
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  by Peter Hasson Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday rejected President Donald Trump’s call for unity after packages containing explosive devices were mailed to several high-profile Democrats. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) The packages, none of which exploded, were addressed to Democratic donor George Soros, former President
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Former President Barack Obama on Friday suggested that American outrage over the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was the consequence of “wild conspiracy theories.” While speaking at the University of Illinois where he accepted the Paul H. Douglas Award for Ethics in Government, Obama slammed President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans. “But over the
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  by Vandana Rambaran The head of the National Republican Congressional Committee, in charge of raising campaign funds for upcoming House races, says he feels the party’s prospects of maintaining its majority is “pretty good” come November. With roughly 60 more days until the midterm elections, the NRCC is tapping Democratic platforms such as abolishing Immigration and
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Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL.) called upon President Donald Trump to “resign immediately” and “spare the nation from this ongoing nightmare,” on Wednesday. During an appearance on the floor of the House of Representatives Gutierrez told the president “it’s time for you to resign” for the good of the United States. “Mr. President, it’s time
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Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren distanced herself from the Sanders wing of the Democratic Party by saying she was not a socialist in an interview with BuzzFeed News published Thursday. The answer arose after Warren was asked to explain the difference between her and Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders, a lingering question as Democrats are
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  by Neetu Chandak Wisconsin’s gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races are looking tight as candidates from the Democratic and Republican parties have nearly equal support, according to a poll released Wednesday. A Marquette Law School Poll surveyed likely Wisconsin voters between Aug. 15 to Aug. 19. The poll found incumbent Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic gubernatorial
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President Donald Trump repeatedly condemns the Special Counsel investigation into alleged collusion between his 2016 campaign and the Russians. While his public disdain for the probe keeps it in the headlines, that might be, according to one New York Times article, exactly what the president wants. “Maybe the just-published Politico report of Trump’s deliberate, cavalier use of a cellphone
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Posted by: Rich Mitchell in Featured, Featured Politics, In The News April 13, 2018 The Republican Party released a video montage on Thursday showing Democrats disparaging disgraced former FBI Director James Comey. The video’s appearance is timed with the release of Comey’s questionable tell-all book “A Higher Loyalty” written as revenge for having been
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Many in the political sphere see Speaker Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) retirement from Congress as a sign that Republicans will lose control of the House of Representatives after the 2018 midterm election. “It is a big indicator that the speaker doesn’t think he’d be speaker anymore,” former Gov. Chris Christie, (R-NJ)., said on ABC’s “Powerhouse Politics”
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  by Robert Donachie WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. manufacturers are investing in new factories and equipment, hiring more workers, raising wages and benefits for employees and giving away at least $500 million to charity in response to the Republican tax bill, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) President and CEO Jay Timmons told The Daily
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Posted by: Rich Mitchell in Featured Politics, Politics October 20, 2017 President Donald Trump will receive his daily intelligence briefing then meet with the Secretary-General of the United Nations. The president’s afternoon is notably empty which usually indicates that we’re either in for a surprise announcement, conference or another event so check back often. President Trump’s
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