Hawaii’s Democratic senators criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions Thursday over remarks he made on a radio show about the federal judge who halted President Trump’s revised travel ban last month.
Mere days after Justice Neil Gorsuch was seated on the Supreme Court, restoring the panel to full strength, a top Senate Republican said the court could soon be down a member once again – in turn giving President Trump another big appointment.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has told Fox News’ “The First 100 Days” that the GOP’s use of the so-called “nuclear option” to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch is their response to the Democrats’ “breaking the rules of the Senate” in 2013.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the Justice Department to review reform agreements the Obama administration made with police departments across the country, in the latest move to boost law enforcement morale and independence.
The Senate’s top Republican and Democrat were split on Sunday over the possibility of Judge Neil Gorsuch being confirmed to the Supreme Court ahead of a scheduled Senate vote this week.
Sen. Lindsey Graham on Wednesday castigated Democratic lawmakers for their treatment of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, proclaiming of the current process that “Alexander Hamilton would be rolling over in his grave.”
Fox News’ Sean Hannity warned Senate Republicans and Judge Neil Gorsuch on Tuesday night’s “Hannity” to be ready for an “all-out brawl” as the Senate Judiciary Committee holds its confirmation hearing for Gorsuch this week.
The Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Neil Gorsuch is likely to take a sharp turn Tuesday after a relatively smooth opening day where the nominee was able to speak in grandiose terms about the role of an independent judiciary.
Judge Neil Gorsuch enters his Supreme Court confirming hearings Monday with legal credentials lauded by conservatives, but open to attack by liberals eager to undermine President Trump’s pick for the high court.
Gun owners’ rights advocates are free to publish the home addresses and telephone numbers of California state lawmakers who voted for firearms restrictions, a federal judge decided Monday.