Susan Collins was happy to cast a vote for Donald Trump's $2 trillion tax cut for the wealthiest individuals and corporations.
When Donald Trump was seeking the Republican nomination in 2016, Lindsey Graham delivered a warning to his party. “If we nominate Donald Trump,” the South Carolina senator tweeted, “we will get destroyed and we will deserve it.”
Following the November election, Donald Trump essentially stopped doing his job. And it was a bad time to stop as the coronavirus had raged out of control for the last two months. The ex-President ignored the crisis, preferring to complain about imaginary election fraud.
Biden's inaugural address was watched by nearly 2 million more television viewers than tuned in for Donald Trump in 2017.
A happy looking Dr. Anthony Fauci said that he took no pleasure in contradicting Trump, but that working with Biden is liberating.
Mitch McConnell is desperate to save the filibuster, so he has taken to making up imaginary Senate rules and demanding Democrats follow them.
A New York state judge on Thursday rejected the National Rifle Association's bid to dismiss or move a lawsuit by New York Attorney General Letitia James seeking to dissolve the gun rights group.
House Oversight Committee Chair Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) has requested that FBI Director Chris Wray launch an investigation into Parler and the Capitol attack.
Inaugural Address by President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
Democrats knocked down Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s attempt to protect the filibuster as part of the Senate’s power-sharing deal. McConnell (R-Ky.) had wanted Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) to include protecting the filibuster in any deal they agree to on how to organize the evenly-split Senate.
World leaders praised President Joe Biden after he signed an executive order authorizing the United States’ return into the Paris Climate Accords, signaling to the global community that the country has returned to the forefront in the battle against climate change after four years of regressive action under the Trump administration.
Joe Biden immediately made it clear that he will be the most pro-union president in years by canning Trump's anti-union NLRB general counsel.
Ivanka Trump and Trump kids cried as they seemingly realized that the presidency could no longer protect them and the law is closing in.
For the last few years, leaders of foreign nations weren’t sure what to think of the United States. Sure, Donald Trump showed up to global events, but he mostly embarrassed himself. The ex-President left a 2019 NATO event in a huff after video appeared of other foreign leaders mocking him.
Many Republicans would like to see themselves as fiscally conservative people who stand for limited government. But that hasn’t been the image of the GOP in the Trump era.
When people think about the party of Trump they picture groups like the Proud Boys. Or militia groups bringing machine guns to the Michigan Capitol. If the GOP wants to remain a political power, Karl Rove recently argued, they must disavow the Proud Boys, QAnon and militia groups.
To the surprise of no one, Trump spent his last day in office issuing pardons to celebrities and political allies. Rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black both had their ongoing legal issues ended by the stroke of the president’s pen.
It’s been said that the people who voted for Donald Trump did so for a variety of reasons. Some did so because they felt neither party was addressing their needs. Others did so because of “economic anxiety.”
Vice President Kamala Harris officially swore three new Democratic Senators into office, which gave the Democrats the Senate majority.
Sean Hannity responded to Biden‘s nearly universally praised inaugural address with a meltdown that showed he is not doing well post-Trump.
I’m going to be very blunt, honest, and objective here,” Hannity said. “It sounded like a student council president acceptance speech! Zero substance. No soaring rhetoric whatsoever. It’s like he half mumbles. I can’t even explain it. He looks tired. I can just see him about now saying, ‘I need a nap.’
President Biden has proclaimed a national day of unity in one of his first official acts as the new President Of The United States.