Sen. John McCain returned to the Senate Tuesday afternoon for the first time since his brain cancer diagnosis, delivering powerful remarks from the floor addressing the need for bipartisanship amid the gridlock facing the chamber.
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, on Tuesday was caught on a hot mic insulting Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas, by calling him “so unattractive, it’s unbelievable” after Farenthold blamed Collins for the GOP’s failed efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul sided with President Trump on Thursday after the commander-in-chief criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.
Donald Trump is taking the heat for the implosion of the Senate health care bill, which is what happens when you’re president and your party controls both houses of Congress.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, joined the growing chorus of lawmakers calling on Congress to forego its August recess until it passes legislation to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
President Trump tweeted Sunday evening that a proposed “Cyber Security unit” operated by the U.S. and Russia “can’t happen,” an apparent reaction to criticism of the idea by Democrats and Republicans.
Republican senators have joined the call to get leaders of the GOP-controlled Congress to cancel members’ August recess so they can stay in Washington to fix the country’s health care system and address other key issues, including passing a budget before the end of the fiscal year when the federal government technically runs out of money.
Six years, America! Republicans have been promising the American people for six years they would repeal ObamaCare. But all they’ve given us was one excuse after another.
An organization run by former Trump and Pence campaign staffers is launching a $1 million digital ad campaign against Sen. Dean Heller, the Nevada Republican who came out Friday afternoon against the Senate GOP health care bill, Fox News confirms.
The Senate Republican’s ObamaCare overhaul bill would roll back the 2010 health care law’s taxes, reduce Medicaid expansion and give states more leeway on opting out of its regulations, according to draft legislation obtained Wednesday by The Washington Post.