Sen. John McCain of Arizona gave the motion’s prospects a potential boost by announcing he will return to work after surgery for a blood cot and a shocking cancer diagnosis.
President Trump has spoken with advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
In a lengthy and detailed rebuttal, White House aide and presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner made a public and private declaration of his innocence and said the charges of Russian collusion with the Trump presidential campaign were intended solely to ridicule the president’s millions of supporters.
President Trump didn’t pull punches Monday when he addressed the 2017 National Scout Jamboree, taking jabs at errant Republican lawmakers, the news media and President Obama.
The top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee is putting public pressure on her Republican counterpart to invite Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify before lawmakers to answer questions about his interactions with the Russian ambassador.
President Trump on Monday prodded Republican holdouts to live up to their campaign promises as the Senate GOP hurtled toward a showdown over their seven-year push to kill Obamacare.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Monday that Senate GOP leaders plowing ahead with a partisan health care plan are making a mistake and should focus on bipartisan fixes to Obamacare’s “failings.”
President Trump chided his own attorney general on Monday, calling him “beleaguered” and fueling speculation he may be the next official ousted from the administration.
It’s an efficient way to bypass the hostile mainstream media: The White House will host a hefty number of syndicated talk radio hosts on Tuesday, all of them hailing from the vast Salem Media Group stable — where conservative and Christian content rules. It is a herculean effort. Every one of them will man their microphones for a mass broadcasting effort that will stretch across 10 hours and be heard by a huge audience. Things get underway at dawn, and some high-profile guests will be much in evidence, a source tells Inside the Beltway.
Why should the government have a monopoly on money?
President Trump’s dismay with congressional Republicans burst into public view Monday as he implored them to get behind his agenda, starting with repealing Obamacare this week as he searches for an elusive first major legislative win.
The IRS doled out more than $24 billion in potentially bogus refunds claimed under several controversial tax credits in 2016, according to a new audit that said $118 million was even paid to people who weren’t authorized to work in the U.S. in the first place.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday pleaded with Republicans to green-light debate on health care legislation, saying the best way to get rid of Obamacare is to sift through ideas and see what sticks.
Five activists decided the best way to protest a major First Amendment Supreme Court case was with more First Amendment activity, so they disrupted the justices’ oral arguments two years ago. The justice system struck back Monday when a federal judge in Washington sentenced the activists to jail time.
President Trump’s son-in-law and top adviser Jared Kushner declared his innocence and that of the Trump campaign in alleged Russia campaign interference, saying the charges were an affront to American voters.