House Democrats have put paid family leave back into their spending bill. The bill is considered crucial to codifying the Democratic agenda and to delivering a victory for President Joe Biden and his administration amid sagging poll numbers.
House Democrats have revealed a comprehensive reform package designed to prevent presidential corruption and curtail abuse of executive powers.
The “Protect Our Democracy Act” gives Congress “more oversight over investigations, enhances protections for whistleblowers, and says that a president can only remove an inspector general at an agency for cause,” according to Axios. “It also requires the attorney general to maintain a log of certain communications between the Department of Justice and the White House, strengthens Congress’ ability to enforce subpoenas, and requires political committees to report foreign contacts to the FBI.”
Nancy Pelosi has issued a stark warning about Donald Trump’s attacks on the U.S Postal Service. She told Congressional Democrats that undermining the post office put democracy at risk.
The Speaker of the House made the comments in a letter calling the chamber back into session. Democratic lawmakers will attempt to address the crisis at USPS.
The stock markets have tanked pretty hard due to concerns surrounding the spread of coronavirus across the globe.
Nevertheless, President Donald Trump is still trying to promote an optimistic view about what’s happening, economically, when it comes to the disease’s impact.
Speaking to reporters after a meeting of House Democrats on Capitol Hill, Pelosi said: "No one is above the law, including the president of the United States. And we believe that the president of the United States is engaged in a cover-up."
Calls are growing among Democrats for the House to open an impeachment investigation into Donald Trump.
Since becoming Speaker of the House in January, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has had to balance the goals of far-left progressives in her party with moderate Democrats who won districts in 2018 that Donald Trump had carried in 2016.
It was once rumored that Donald Trump would throw Jared Kushner under the bus, but now it appears that the opposite may be happening. According to reports that came out last night, Trump’s son-in-law, who is also a senior White House adviser, is now cooperating with the investigations of House Democrats.
Democratic lawmakers expect these business returns to uncover what they believe are the president’s extensive conflicts of interest, including possible dealings with Russia.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) wrote to the White House last month demanding information about Trump’s national emergency declaration. Nadler’s February 22 deadline came and went without a response — or even an acknowledgement of the request from anyone in the Trump administration.
Donald Trump’s biographer thinks our current president is about to go through hell.
Writing in Bloomberg,Tim O’Brien has predicted that the coming months will be excruciatingly painful for Trump, as House Democrats conduct a thorough probe of his personal finances.
Nancy Pelosi’s newest battle is not against Republicans, but against forces that are tearing apart the unity of Democrats in the House. And Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren are now involved as well. The three U.S. Senators all came to the defense of Rep. Ilhan Omar for her remarks that critics have called anti-Semitic.
The Associated Press (AP) is reporting this morning that Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are beginning several new investigations into Donald Trump as they prepare for “a post-Robert Mueller world.”
Our unhinged president Donald Trump went on Twitter again this morning to vent his anger and frustration at special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Yesterday House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff announced a broad investigation by his committee into all aspects of Donald Trump, opening up an intense and prolonged battle between Congress and the White House.