Democrats have a huge advantage over Republicans in a generic ballot match-up, with midterm campaign season around the corner.
"I think more of my colleagues should speak up. They say things privately that they don't say publicly."
Despite the Iowa Republican's hopes that Trump will tone down his rhetoric, there has never been a situation when this president has shown an ability to do that.
The time has come to take a long hard look at abolishing the Democratic and Republican political parties. America stands divided politically, socially and economically and the seed of division has been planted in our government. Party affiliation has taken precedent over common sense and country. Republicans and Democrats alike, push and pull for power within government, taking what amounts to blood money from lobbyists, special interest groups, and corporations that have no intention of serving the greater good.
The President of the United States is not befitting of his position, as he has been proven to be an instrument of historical incompetence and divisiveness. America has been thrust into civil unrest and political upheaval, that hasn't been witnessed in decades. The only saving grace for the future advancement of the world's most celebrated democracy is us...We The People.
The right-wing extremist could face tens of thousands of dollars in fines – or even criminal prosecution.
With Moore's victory on Tuesday, it's clear that the Republican Party is lurching even further to the right and embracing the most extreme elements in our politics.
U.S. President Donald Trump is due to travel to Alabama on Friday to whip up votes in a Senate race that has laid bare the rift between the Republican party's leadership and its anti-establishment wing.
The GOP senator said the ideas spewed by the alt-right marchers "have no place in a civil society."
"We created him, and now we're rationalizing him. When will it stop?" Republican Sen. Jeff Flake wrote in an op-ed published in Politico on Monday.
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.
Republicans are admitting that they don't know what they're voting on – and the legislation could still pass.
The American people rate Trump's performance on health care worse than any other issue facing the country.
This is a huge loss for the president and a monumental victory for the vast majority of Americans who believe health care shouldn't be a privilege for the healthy and the wealthy, but a right for all.
If Sandoval is against the revised legislation, it's likely that Sen. Dean Heller will also oppose it, which could spell the end of Trumpcare once and for all.
It is patently evident now that when it comes to giving tax breaks to the wealthy Republicans in Congress have abandoned all moral guides to pursue their heartless agenda of appeasing their benefactors at the expense of vulnerable people across the country.
Republicans in Congress – emboldened by the bully in the White House – are no longer trying to disguise how they feel toward lower and middle-income Americans.
Republican strategist and former White House communications director Nicolle Wallace laid down some harsh truth in response to Donald Trump's attacks on Mika Brzezinski, saying Trump needs to apologize and Republicans need to demand a retraction.
First, Trump said how important it is to pass the health care bill, and then he immediately said it's "okay" if it fails.
Ossoff now leads his Republican candidate by seven points as Republican and Independent voters flock to his campaign.