After a morning tweet by Trump declaring that he didn't see any deal coming, Schumer and Pelosi canceled a meeting with the president.
Red state Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin (WV), Joe Donnelly (IN), and Heidi Heitkamp (ND) announced on Tuesday that they would be voting against the Republican tax bill.
After Trump tried to play hardball on avoiding a government shutdown, Democratic leaders Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said that meeting with the President would be a waste of time.
Russell Begaye, president of the Navajo Nation, slammed President Trump’s most recent instance of mockingly referring to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas.” This isn’t the first time Trump has used Pocahontas’ name as an insult toward Warren — he did so repeatedly during his presidential campaign — but on Monday, he hit a new low when he chose to deride the senator during a ceremony honoring Navajo veterans at the White House.
U.S. President Donald Trump said he will meet on Tuesday with the Democratic leaders of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, to discuss keeping the government open but cited differences with them.
"Donald Trump can throw whatever he wants at me. It's wrong, it's ugly, it's nasty, but it says a whole lot more about Donald Trump than it does about me or the fight that I'm in."
According to Birmingham News reporter Connor Sheets, a second person wearing a Moore sticker "verbally assaulted" another cameraman.
If Republicans are struggling to even get a 12-vote majority in a committee vote, it doesn't bode well for their chances of getting a 50-vote approval if the full Senate takes it up.
The Republican senator, who voted absentee, said he instead chose to write in a more "distinguished" Republican candidate.
Trump referred to Sen. Elizabeth Warren as "Pocahontas" at a White House event honoring Native American code talkers.
If you're wondering which GOP members are most likely to vote against the plan, here are six Republicans who have expressed views opposing or wavering on it.
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) was clearly contrite and embarrassed as he addressed reporters in a shaky voice during a brief press conference that highlighted the Senator's decency and responsibility for his actions.
The White House is privately admitting that Trump will not be going to Alabama to campaign with alleged pedophile Roy Moore.
Trump and the Republicans have no clue what they are going to do after tax reform. There is nothing in the pipeline as chaos and dysfunction have gripped the federal government.
Charles and David Koch, the billionaire brothers known for using their money to fund Republican politicians and conservative agendas, are now two of Time Inc's new owners.
According to a new Vanity Fair profile of Melania Trump, she really did not want to end up being America's first lady.
Senate Republicans are scrambling as at least 6 Republicans have concerns about the bill that cuts taxes for the wealthiest Americans, and the legislation is coming closer to collapse.
Carly Fiorina was supposed to be talking about the sexual harassment problem in Washington, on Fox News Sunday but instead, she made Fox News very uncomfortable by name dropping Roger Ailes into an answer about the enabling of sexual harassment.
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) said that he is ashamed of the allegations that he groped women during photos, but that he doesn't remember the incidents, and that he is returning to work in the Senate.