While the president complains that members of Congress are turning the debt ceiling debate into "a mess," it is his irresponsible tweets that are turning the simple vote into a political game.
Six months into the Trump administration, the GOP tune is changing as the president's incompetence, corruption, and unfitness has thrown the entire Republican agenda into a dumpster and set it ablaze.
A U.S. congressional panel this week asked 22 government agencies to share documents on Moscow-based cyber firm Kaspersky Lab, saying its products could be used to carry out "nefarious activities against the United States," according to letters seen by Reuters.
The president and his GOP allies in Congress just can't accept the fact that America isn't buying what they're selling.
"These protests have been relentless," Maddow said. "They've had a huge victory just tonight."
On almost every level, the Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act would be harder if they did it without a replacement plan.
The spontaneous demonstrations by pro-ACA activists shows how politically toxic this issue has become for Republicans as they prepare to dismantle Obamacare.
U.S. senators called on Congress on Tuesday to take back its authority to determine whether the country goes to war, saying recent U.S. strikes in Syria were not covered by existing authorizations for the use of military force.
As the GOP-controlled government continues to wage war on middle-class Americans, this number will likely get worse.
As you can see from the polling, conservatives, far from reacting with outrage, have instead laid back and lit up in the post-coital afterglow
With Trump in charge of America's nuclear arsenal – like a toddler playing with a loaded firearm – Congressional oversight is a necessity.
Democrats will win elections when they go to all parts of the country and explain that their policies are better for average Americans.
Not only is the latest version of Trumpcare already doomed to fail, but it's guaranteed to drag Republicans down with it.
This is the Republican Party under Donald Trump, and 2018 can't come soon enough.
As Trump doubles down on defending a disastrous heath care bill, all while peddling paranoid conspiracy theories and covering up his connections to Russia, these numbers aren't likely to improve anytime soon.
Trumpcare is political suicide for the president and his Republican colleagues in Congress.
In record time, most voters are seeing that Trump is just a con artist who cares nothing about making life better for average Americans.
The Democrats will use their first rebuttal speech to go hard after the unpopular president.
"Our message to the Republicans is simple and straightforward: You are not going to get away with it."
“This policy has brought the current US administration...into a dead end. We hope the new administration will be more sagacious.”