The House speaker met with Jordan’s leaders to discuss refugees and ‘regional stability.’
The president’s top advisers defended the Trump administration Sunday on Ukraine policy as the House’s Democrat-led impeachment probe heats up
President Trump was buffeted by two straight days of allegations of self-dealing and exasperation from lawmakers on Capitol Hill, including some Republican allies who said the selection of Doral as the venue for a gathering of world leaders was indefensible.
Biden spent three years pushing Obama administration policy on Ukraine, but his approach may have laid the groundwork for questions now being raised by political opponents about his and his son’s behavior.
The decision is a win for voting rights advocates and the state’s 1.4 million felons.
Trump supremacy is being challenged inside his own realm. With his administration engulfed by crisis, Trump can no longer control the forces once solidly arrayed behind him.
He drew a crowd of thousands and the endorsement of rising star Ocasio-Cortez
Rep. Francis Rooney’s announcement comes one day after the Florida congressman said he wasn’t worried about the political consequences of defying Trump.
Hillary Clinton suggested that Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic presidential contender, could be used as a tool by the Russians, while Gabbard called Clinton “queen of warmongers.”
Trump increasingly demonstrates that he sees issues as one large negotiation, linking together seemingly disconnected threads into one massive ball of legislative wax.
The campaign so far has brought questions about who has what it will take to win a general election against the president.
From top aides turning on the Trump administration to acknowledging a quid pro quo, it was the most damaging yet for Trump.
One Republican, Rep. Francis Rooney of Florida, compared the situation to Watergate and did not rule out voting to impeach Trump.
Republican lawmakers and officials said the White House chief of staff did more to harm the president’s defense than administration officials testifying before Democratic-led committees in Congress.
The Trump administration, and even the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s director, say it is not properly structured.