Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) said that Trump's trade war has the potential to do great damage to the US economy.
Ever since seventeen children were tragically killed and another sixteen injured last month in yet another school shooting at Marjorie Stoneman-Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the nation has been embroiled in a national debate which has been amplified by the survivors of that tragic event.
Republicans have seen the polling, and with Democrat Doug Jones leading the Alabama Senate race, Senators like Pat Toomey (PA) are calling for Moore to drop out of the race.
If there is an upside for Toomey, it's that Trump's constant social media outbursts are distracting from the disastrous piece of legislation he's trying to push through the Senate.
Republicans took to the Sunday shows and came up with a lie that they thought no one would notice. From Trump HHS Secretary Tom Price to sitting US Senators like Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Republicans are lying and claiming that no one will lose their health insurance under Trumpcare.
Constituents reported being unable to even leave a message with Senator Toomey's offices for two weeks.
A new poll of Pennsylvania is the perfect case study for why and how Democrats are in a perfect position to take back the Senate majority in November.
Democrats have already reached an important marker in the battle to take back the Senate. Democratic candidates now lead enough states to take back the Senate from Mitch McConnell and the Republican Party.
Larry Sabato, Director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, shared Senate ratings changes that show 5 endangered Republicans. Each of the six changes is less favorable for Republicans
With Republicans in a state of total collapse, a new analysis shows that Democrats are now favored to win back the Senate in 2016.
Two new polls revealed that incumbent Republican senators in New Hampshire and Wisconsin have joined vulnerable GOP incumbents in Ohio and Pennsylvania who could lose their seats because of the Republican decision to block Obama's SCOTUS nominee.
Two new polls of Ohio and Pennsylvania revealed that voters are outraged over the Republican plan to block President Obama's Supreme Court nominee. The anger is so strong that it could cost the GOP incumbent Senate seats in both states.
In his weekly Wednesday general audience, Pope Francis came out publicly in favor of equal pay for women.
Republican evangelicals have gone mad with rage as Pope Francis and President Obama are delivering the same rejection of their selfish economic ideology.
The arguments of the Republican default truthers fly in the face of rational thought and economic experts who are predicting that a default will have detrimental effects on world financial systems.
Senate Democrats are bullish on background check legislation, they only need 3 more Republicans. There are 4 Republicans being targeted to flip their vote.
Sen. Pat Toomey blamed the gridlock on Republicans not wanting to help President Obama, but what he also describing how Obama hate is running the Republican Party.