President Donald Trump praised Sen. Corey Gardner (R-CO) during his Wednesday press conference for his request for 100 ventilators, which Trump said he sent right away. He overflowed with praise for Gardner, and promised, “they’ll be there very shortly.” The problem, however, is that the request has been coming from Democrats as Colorado has been [
The senators want a written explanation for the removal of the intelligence community inspector general who flagged the Ukraine complaint.
After ProPublica’s report, Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee ask the Department of Homeland Security to explain why it thinks emergency powers granted to the CDC allow it to bypass existing asylum laws. Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee are demanding information about what they call an “unprecedented expansion of executive power” by the [
The White House on Thursday released a scathing letter from Trump to Schumer in which the president said the senator should have had New York better prepared for the pandemic.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer forcefully responded to criticism by President Trump late Thursday, saying he’s “appalled” by the commander-in-chief’s letter.
The president has appointed a White House aide as inspector general to oversee federal stimulus.
Two Republican senators faced calls to resign on Friday over media reports they sold substantial amounts of stock before the global coronavirus-induced market meltdown after receiving private briefings on the outbreak.
By their logic, Obama to blame for 12,000 swine flu deaths.
They've never liked Trump's Twitter feed, his rallies or the fact that he's able to speak directly to the people
The chance that Democrats could regain control of the Senate in November just keeps growing. The latest potential game-changer came when Democratic Montana Gov. Steve Bullock put his red state in play by announcing he would challenge incumbent GOP Sen. Steve Daines. Both men have solid favorable ratings, but Bullock's are better, with a +21 net approval according to Morning Consult versus a +16 approval rating for Daines.
A Michigan doctor fact-checked President Donald Trump’s claims about the coronavirus situation in his state. The president questioned the need for more ventilators and personal protective equipment in an appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program, and he blamed Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for the growing outbreak in her state. Dr. Rob Davidson, who has [
While President Trump said on Saturday he believes the NFL season should start on time in September, it will be “difficult” for the NBA season to resume at any point, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski said Sunday on air.