Watch live as President Obama puts the full court press on Republicans in an attempt to break the obstruction of his Supreme Court nominee.
President Obama is ending his two-year Fox News ban, by doing an interview that will air on Fox News Sunday. What is interesting is that the President will be using the interview to hammer Republicans for obstructing his Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland.
Democrats are mocking Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley's "very bad recess" because it was a recess full of angry constituents demanding that he do his job.
The Senate Republican blockade of President Obama's Supreme Court nominee is collapsing as two more Republican senators have agreed to meet with Merrick Garland.
In deep red Oklahoma, Republicans didn't fare well in an online poll about their Senate tactics of delaying President Obama's Supreme Court nominee hearings and confirmation. In fact, they were roughly 2-1 against it.
President Obama is turning up the heat on Senate Republicans and pushing them to vote on the Supreme Court nomination of Merrick Garland.
According to Duke, "three open Jewish members" is too many on SCOTUS, because "those Jews" will do "whatever the Jewish agenda is"
Senate Republicans admitted that they are blocking President Obama's Supreme Court nominee as an election tactic. Some Senators admit that they will confirm Obama's Supreme Court pick during the lame duck session if they lose the presidential election in November.
While speaking about President Obama's nomination Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) showed respect for the Constitution that is clearly missing among Senate Republicans.
By calling the Republican bluff with the nomination of Merrick Garland, President Obama has trapped Senate Republicans in their own obstruction, fed the Senate rebellion, and gave Democrats a key issue for November's election.