McCain says he'll back the Senate GOP tax plan
Sen. John McCain gave a boost to GOP tax reform efforts.
After the fallout from Charlottesville and the forced resignation of his chief strategist, the president is looking to fire up his base at a rally in Arizona.
"The average sentence for a convicted federal drug offender decreased 20 percent from 2009 to 2016," said Trump to reporters from his private club in Bedminster, New Jersey, noting he "promised to fight this battle during his campaign."
Sens. Chris Coons and Thom Tillis discuss their bipartisan bill allowing any special counsel to challenge their firing.
Lawmakers are working on short-term reforms, stabilizing insurance premiums.
Everybody continuing coverage here now the president's remarks in the Rose Garden there in a joint session trend press conference rather. With the prime minister. Of Levin on an also of course big news today they're Republicans have managed to get the votes they need. To push forward their Health
The Senate voted Tuesday to move forward with a debate on health care reform, even though it was not clear what measure the body would be considering.
McCain's needing to bow out leaves Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell short of the votes needed to advance the GOP health care bill.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday that the Senate will break with longstanding precedent and delay the start of its August recess until the third week of the month.