Trump slams GOP Sen. Sasse as an 'embarrassment' to Nebraska
President Trump hit back at Republican Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska as an “embarrassment” on Saturday, after the lawmaker criticized the president as someone who “kisses dictators’ butts.”. “The least effective of our 53 Republican Senators, and a person who truly doesn’t have what it takes to be great, is...
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Submitted by Julie Andrzejewski. Pierce County Council needs more than a change of personalities. Under Republican leadership in the Executive office (4 years) and the majority on the Council for 16 years, Pierce County has dismally failed important leadership opportunities. Homelessness and lack of affordable housing have increased. People with mental and behavioral health problems have fewer resources for recovery. Traffic has become an everyday nightmare in too many areas. Inclusion, diversity, and equity have been an afterthought, ignored altogether, or in some areas blatant discrimination has been allowed to continue unabated. The care and concern for clean air, water, and conservation of forests and farmlands have been non-existent.Read Full Story Affordable HousingHomelessnessExecutive OfficeClimate ChangePublic HealthPublic SupportPublic HousingPublic SafetyJulie AndrzejewskiSarah RumbaughJani HitchenRyan MelloCommunity SafetyCommitteesConservationLarry Seaquist
Lincoln Project attorney on billboards lawsuit threat: 'Please peddle your scare tactics elsewhere'
The Lincoln Project, a prominent anti-Trump Republican group, is defending its right to erect billboards in Times Square critical of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner , noting they are both public officials, after an attorney for President Trump 's daughter and her husband threatened to sue. “You boldly predict that...Read Full Story White HouseAnti-TrumpPunitive DamagesTimes SquareThe Trump AdministrationLincoln ProjectBillboardsManhattanRepublican OfficialsAdministration OfficialsPublic OfficialsGoya Black BeansVanity FairMatthew SandersonMs. TrumpJared KushnerDonald TrumpIvanka TrumpMarc Kasowitz
Collins and Ernst split on Barrett confirmation in tough re-election bids
DES MOINES, Iowa — Two Republican senators, hailing from different parts of the country and with different ideological positions and levels of experience, are facing similar challenges as they seek re-election with just over a week until Election Day. Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst and Maine Sen. Susan Collins have both...Read Full Story IncumbentElection DayMartha McSallyDemocraticRepublican SenatorsMaineThe SenateDemocratsRepublicansNBC NewsSupreme Court JusticeSara CalderoneObamaBiancaJoni ErnstSusan CollinsMartha McsallyJoe BidenDonald TrumpAmy Coney BarrettBrett KavanaughJackie FoxMerrick GarlandGideon
Trump top campaign adviser: 'The president wants to see every Republican reelected'
The statement contradicts recent comments from the president, who reportedly said he doesn't 'want to help' some Republican senators with reelection. Trump senior campaign adviser Corey Lewandowski insisted on Sunday that President Donald Trump “wants to see every Republican reelected, regardless of who they are,” contradicting comments the president reportedly made at an earlier fundraiser.Read Full Story IncumbentRepublican SenatorsThe SenateUS SenateNBCRepublicansTrump CampaignU.S. SenateRepublican DonorsTwitterHouse Of RepresentativesThe Washington PostReelectionSenate ControlWashingtonCorey LewandowskiDonald TrumpSusan CollinsSara GideonAmy Coney Barrett
Conservative New Hampshire paper backs Biden -- its first Democratic endorsement in 100 years
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Ice Cube on defending working with Trump campaign on 'Platinum Plan' for Black Americans
This is a rush transcript from “Fox News Sunday' October 25 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. CHRIS WALLACE, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: I'm Chris Wallace. With just over one week until Election Day, the candidates hit the battleground states and make their...Read Full Story Trump CampaignFox News SundaySwing StateMartha McSallyAfrican AmericansPresidential CandidateDemocratsLLCUNITED STATESRNCTwitterFBIFOX NEWSRepublican SenateGEORGETOWNDonald TrumpJoe BidenChris WallaceBarack ObamaGretchen WhitmerTed CruzMartha McsallyIce CubeCory GardnerKamala HarrisHunter BidenJohn HickenlooperHunterAmy Coney BarrettRonna McdanielRuth Bader GinsburgJoni ErnstJared KushnerBen SasseJonathan SwanRonna RomneyKimberley StrasselBrett KavanaughMarc ShortMike HuckabeeKristen WelkerMike PenceJill BidenMarc ThiessenMike Dewine
Transcript: Governor Asa Hutchinson on "Face the Nation," October 25, 2020
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Party chair insists Republicans will hold Senate after Trump voices doubt
After Donald Trump reportedly told donors it would be “tough” for Republicans to hold the Senate, and said he could not and did not want to help some senators, party chair Ronna McDaniel insisted the Senate would stay in GOP hands, saying: “I don’t see these senators distancing themselves from the president.”Read Full Story Martha McSallySenatorsMitch McConnellUS SenateThe Washington PostRepublicansDemocratsThe SenateDemocratic DebateCNNSupreme CourtRNCHouseNBCJohn JamesJohn CornynMartha McsallyBen SasseDonald TrumpJoe BidenMitch McconnellLindsey GrahamKelly LoefflerKamala HarrisJoni ErnstCory GardnerCorey LewandowskiRonna McdanielThom TillisDavid PerdueNancy PelosiSusan CollinsMark KellyAmy Coney Barrett
Biden and Trump Neck and Neck in Georgia, Where a Democrat Hasn't Won the Presidency Since 1992
President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are tied among likely voters in Georgia as the current election cycle's final week begins, according to recent polling data. Results of a CBS News survey, conducted between October 20 and 23, showed candidates neck and neck in the typically red...Read Full Story George H.W. BushPresidencyCBS NewsPresidential CandidateRepublican PollsPresidential PollsBush VotersDemocratic VotersNewsweekSienna CollegeThe New York TimesTrump NeckGeorgia VotersEarlier PollsStatewide PollsJoe BidenDonald TrumpBill ClintonJimmy Carter
Lewandowski: Trump 'wants to see every Republican reelected regardless of ... if they break with the president'
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Whitmer insists no evidence of Biden wrongdoing
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