GOP faces make-or-break moment on Obamacare repeal
Politico, 01 May at 01:03
House Republican leaders and White House officials are increasingly confident about passing their long-stalled Obamacare replacement bill: More lawmakers than ever are committed to voting “yes," they say, and GOP insiders insist they're within striking ...
The night Donald Trump failed to break the White House correspondents' dinner
Washington Post, 01 May at 00:54
His voters sent him to Washington to break stuff, and this weekend Donald Trump tried to break the annual dinner of the White House Correspondents' Association. As with some of his business ventures, he was not wholly successful. “They're trapped at
US Rep. Ros-Lehtinen, First Cuban-American Elected to Congress, Retiring Next Year
NPR, 01 May at 00:53
U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the first Cuban-American elected to Congress and the first congressional Republican to publicly support marriage equality, is retiring next year at the end of her term. Ros-Lehtinen, 64, will have spent almost three
Sebastian Gorka to accept position outside White House: report
The Hill, 30 April at 23:41
An aide to President Trump is reportedly accepting a role outside of the White House. Sebastian Gorka, a deputy assistant to the president, will take a position that deals with the "war of ideas" regarding radical Islamic extremism, sources told The
Report: Trump tweeted 470 times in first 99 days
The Hill, 30 April at 23:18
In President Trump's first 99 days in office, he tweeted 470 times from the @realDonaldTrump Twitter account, according to a Friday ABC News analysis. The analysis reviewed the content of the account's tweets, the occasions that Trump tweeted the most
Trump: Being president a 'big burden on the family'
The Hill, 30 April at 23:12
President Trump in an interview published Sunday said his role as president has affected his family life. “There is no question, it is a big burden on the family,” the president told The Washington Times. He also criticized the media for the way it has
Berkeley Professor Robert Reich And Ann Coulter Agree On First Amendment
RealClearPolitics, 30 April at 22:37
Conservative author Ann Coulter discusses the state of the First Amendment with Berkeley Professor Robert Reich. JONATHAN KARL, ABC NEWS: Joining me now, Ann Coulter and Berkeley professor and former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich.
Trump laments family's heavy burden,...
Washington Times, 30 April at 22:27
FILE - In this April 17, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump, accompanied by first Lady Melania Trump, introduces their son Barron Trump from the Truman Balcony of the White House in Washington, during the annual Easter Egg Roll. Not ... more
Longtime GOP incumbent will not seek reelection
The Hill, 30 April at 21:14
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), who has represented Miami in Congress since 1989, will not seek reelection in 2018, The Miami Herald reported Sunday. “It's been such a delight and a high honor to serve our community for so many years and help ...
Trump administration lawyers to discuss Paris climate deal
Politico, 30 April at 20:34
Trump administration lawyers plan to meet Monday to discuss the legal implications of remaining in the Paris climate change agreement, two people familiar with the meeting told POLITICO. Critics of the 2015 accord have quietly been mounting a ...
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