Senate and House Democratic Leaders announced late Wednesday night that they had reached a deal with President Trump to protect “Dreamers” from deportation, after he had previously begun the dismantling of the Obama era DACA program earlier this month. The agreement was reportedly made in exchange for enhanced border security, but specifically not including any … Continued
Gerrymandering has an ignoble history, but many groups — including National Democratic Redistricting Committee — are fighting for fair elections in 2020.
After the Republican effort to repeal Obamacare failed last week, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to offer his prescription for how Republicans should move forward on health care: 3 Republicans and 48 Democrats let the American people down. As I said from the beginning, let ObamaCare implode, then deal. Watch! — Donald J. Trump … Continued
We’re used to seeing Donald Trump lash out at Democrats and the media on Twitter, but on Sunday, it was Republicans who were the target of his ire. He started out normally enough, calling the Russian investigation a “witch hunt”: As the phony Russian Witch Hunt continues, two groups are laughing at this excuse for … Continued
Approve the American Health Care Act today or President Donald Trump will move on to other priorities. That’s the message the administration gave Republicans in the House of Representatives during a closed-door meeting Thursday night. Back at the @WhiteHouse discussing a better plan for the people of #NM02 who no longer have choice in health … Continued
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) held a town hall in his home district last night and came under fire for resisting calls to investigate President Donald Trump’s international business empire and its myriad conflicts of interest. As the chair of the House Oversight Committee, Chaffetz is perhaps the government official with the most power to check Trump’s vast … Continued
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are encouraging their supporters to hit the polls early, and their efforts appear to be paying off. According to information from Catalist, a data company working to receive detailed early vote return information this year, more than 30 million votes have been cast already across 38 states with early voting in … Continued
Donald Trump’s public break with GOP leaders and nosedive in the polls since the first presidential debate and the release of a 2005 tape containing his lewd comments and boasts about sexual assault have Democratic strategists openly considering going after two historically red GOP strongholds–Georgia and Arizona. Supporters have begun urging Hillary Clinton to move … Continued
[DIGEST: Politico, Bipartisan Report] Overnight, Republican leaders cut off House Democrats’ gun control sit-in. They’ve adjourned the House until July 5 without voting for new gun control measures. The move came 15 hours after Democrats vowed to block any legislative action until Speaker Paul Ryan promised to allow votes on several proposals, including blocking suspected … Continued
A Texas grand jury cleared Planned Parenthood of wrongdoing, but Republican lawmakers continue to doggedly pursue the organization. Will it cost them the election?