On Thursday, the House Intel Committee threatened to subpoena the White House over Comey documentation. It would seem that once again, President Trump is in the middle of a political firestorm of his own making. Only this time, the consequences are not merely public opinion.
Phil Montag was fired from his volunteer position Thursday morning. Jane Kleeb, Nebraska Democratic Party chair, fired Montag after a recording surfaced on YouTube of him saying was glad House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was shot and then went further by saying he with the Louisiana congressman
The former Attorney General faces allegations of interfering in Clinton email investigation. It appears the drama surrounding the Clinton email scandal is far from over. Now, top senators on the Judiciary Committee want answers from Lynch regarding her level of involvement in derailing the investigation.
Despite a rough few years for Democrats, the House Minority Leader says she’s not going anywhere. Brushing off critics from her own party, Nancy Pelosi says she plans to stay in her leadership position and claims. “I think I’m worth the trouble.” There is no
President Trump asked two top intelligence chiefs’ to publicly deny evidence of cooperation between his campaign and Russia. The story was first reported by The Washington Post. These latest revelations do nothing to quell fears and questions over alleged links between Trump’s campaign and Russia. This
This time, it’s not just Democrats who are upset. While Democrats have been quick to decry President Trump’s first budget proposal to Congress, they have been joined by more than a few Republicans. While not all of them are outright condemning the proposal, many have
The deal would fund the federal government through September. Bipartisan congressional negotiators reached an agreement late Sunday on a massive spending bill. If approved by the House and Senate the government would be funded through the end of September. According to officials, the plan would
Congressmen seek to ensure President Trump get approval for all actions in Syria. In this Congress, or this political climate in general, its rare to see lawmakers from opposing parties agree on anything. That is, until now. Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA), and Rep. Tom Cole
As America approaches 100 days of President Trump, leadership questions remain. As we approach the 100 day mark, there is no doubt that Trump has failed to rally the country around him. Political divisions are as deep as they have ever been and no where
Mitt Romney is reportedly considering a Senate run. Speculation is running heavily that former Governor, and once Presidential hopeful, is considering running for the Senate in 2018. The catch? Romney will only run if Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) decides to retire. Senator Hatch had apparently