In the post-Trump reality, many things have changed. The GOP is no longer the party that backs the blue. Instead, Republican lawmakers have refused to meet with injured police officers and Conservative talking heads question their actions.
On Wednesday, news broke that charges could be delivered tomorrow against the Trump Organization and CFO Allen Weisselberg. While Trump is not likely to be charged tomorrow, his long-time company is in serious jeopardy.
A few weeks back, news broke that Matt Gaetz was under investigation for sex trafficking. The Florida congressman’s immediate reaction was to go on Tucker Carlson‘s show and plead his innocence. The spot went off the rails quickly will the host saying it was one of the craziest he has ever conducted.
Being a Republican lawmaker in the age of Trump has been exhausting for many. And many have felt that it’s easier to just resign than to run for reelection.
In 2020, a total of 26 GOP congresspeople decided to retire. And so far, 5 GOP senators have announced that they will step down rather seeking reelection in 2022.
This weekend, a number of prominent Republicans spoke at the CPAC conference. During the speeches, though, there was very little substance. There were also few outlines of how the GOP would move forward after last year’s losses.
Criticism of William Barr has rumbled on this week and the latest voice to join the chorus of condemnation was Claire McCaskill, the former senator from Missouri.
There’s is a pretty good reason why Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein are famous. The Washington Post duo were responsible for exposing Richard Nixon’s Watergate scheme and bringing down a presidency.
Former Sen. Claire McCaskill said that Republican Senators tell her that Trump has no idea what he is talking about.
During a TV appearance when the discussion was all about whether or not Stacey Abrams would run for president in 2020, a former U.S. senator practically begged her to run for a Senate seat in Georgia instead.
Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York on Saturday responded to outgoing Sen. Claire McCaskill after the Missouri Democrat referred to the incoming freshman congresswoman as “a bright shiny new object” earlier this week.
The Republican Party is being held hostage by a madman.
GOP voters (especially those who vote in primaries) love Donald Trump. Yet GOP members of Congress know the truth: he is “nuts.”
Republican elected officials who know the truth about our unhinged president can’t speak that truth in public. If they do, the Trump-loving party faithful will rise in protest and boot them out of office in their next primary election. Some may even issue threats of physical harm for daring to criticize their beloved leader, who they believe can do no wrong.
Democratic U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill's vote against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation appears not to have cost her greatly in conservative-leaning Missouri, where she is in a tight re-election race, a Reuters opinion poll showed.
Democratic U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, facing a tough re-election battle in Missouri, said on Wednesday she will vote against confirming President Donald Trump's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee, linked Trump to the attempted Russian hacking of Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO).
Yesterday we reported that the 2018 reelection campaign of Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) had been hacked by Russians.
Initially when she was asked about this report, McCaskill said she wasn’t ready to respond because she didn’t have enough information yet.
The Russian plan for 2018 seemed obvious. The Russians will attack vulnerable red-state Democratic Senators who are up for reelection. This plan was confirmed with Russia's attack on Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO).
Right on cue, the Republican Party in the state of Missouri is falling apart just in time to help Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill in her bid to win re-election in this fall’s midterm elections.
We’ve seen Republicans try voter suppression, gerrymandering and illegal use of Facebook data to win elections. And now they want to under count people in “blue states” as part of the upcoming U.S. census. This could cause states like New York and California to lose federal funding as well as seats in Congress.
Senate Democrats want to know now Sanders is going to pay for "his free higher education and health care proposals"
A Trade Promotion Authority bill passed the U.S. Senate 62-37 Friday night, with 48 Republicans and 14 Democrats voting for the measure.