Fox News’ Sean Hannity said Monday night that the ongoing controversy over Russian interference in the 2016 election campaign had rebounded onto the Democrats and “opened the door for their own investigations and real trouble.”
WASHINGTON– The Supreme Court is rejecting yet another call to decide whether Americans have a constitutional right to carry guns with them outside their homes.
Another prominent Democrat has come forward to voice concerns about allegations ex-Attorney General Loretta Lynch may have sought to keep a lid on last year’s Hillary Clintons email probe, with California Rep. Adam Schiff saying he’s “queasy” at the thought.
President Trump expressed optimism Sunday about GOP congressional leaders being close to overhauling the “dead carcass” of ObamaCare but acknowledged more deal-making is needed to get enough votes, while Republican senators appeared to put their chamber’s legislation in further doubt.
It’s permissible in the United States to decorate police cars with rainbow flags to celebrate gay pride, but it’s not permissible to decorate police cars with Bible verses.
Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, the Senate’s No. 2 Democrat, on Sunday characterized the GOP-led chamber’s ObamaCare overhaul bill as a tax cut for the wealthy, not health care reform.
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price argued Sunday the Senate’s recently released health-care bill will significantly improve ObamaCare, including the protection of Americans’ medical coverage, but acknowledged having to “thread a needle” to get the measure passed.
The pro-Trump super PAC that vowed an ad campaign against Nevada GOP Sen. Dean Heller within hours of him on Friday opposing the Republican Senate’s ObamaCare overhaul bill previewed its attack Saturday on social media.
President Trump, in an interview set to air Sunday on “Fox & Friends Weekend,” criticized his predecessor for allegedly doing “nothing” about reports that Russia interfered in last year’s presidential campaign.
The number of refugees who entered the U.S. during President Trump’s first three months compared to the last months of President Obama’s term was cut nearly in half, according to statistics released Friday by the Department of Homeland Security.