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Grassley threatens Trump EPA nominees over biofuels mandate
An Iowa Republican says he may seek to block President Donald Trump's nominees for key posts at the Environmental Protection Agency unless the administration backs off a proposed reduction in the volume of biofuels blended into gasoline and diesel
Trump EPA nominees on hold amid dispute over biofuel mandate
A Senate committee has delayed consideration of four of President Donald Trump's nominees for key posts at the EPA amid opposition to the administration's proposed reduction in the volume of biofuels blended into gasoline and diesel
Trump could face GOP challengers in the 2020 election
As President Trump’s approval among Republican voters drops, speculation looms about potential challengers from within the GOP ahead of the 2020 election. Just over six months into his presidency, a CNN poll released Tuesday found that Trump’s strong approval rating among Republicans has fallen to
Mitch McConnell announces Senate will delay start of August recess
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 in order to continue to work on health care, tax reform and budget matters The decision will eat into
President Trump says House health care bill was ‘mean’
President Donald Trump did not pressure Republican senators to rush a new draft of the health care bill at a Tuesday meeting, sources say, but instead lamented the saga that took place on the House side, and said the bill that passed in in the lower chamber was “mean” and the Senate bill should be
Republicans are met with voter frustration at local town halls, and are forced to defend the president
The special election in Georgia have increased tensions and frustrated constituents across the country.
President Trump fires off new tweet aimed at Germany
The tweet came in the aftermath of a one-on-one meeting with Germany's leader in the Oval Office.
Republican lawmakers face angry voters at town halls
Members of Congress home for their first full week since Trump's Jan. 20 inauguration are hearing from angry constituents on issues ranging from immigration to health care.
Town hall meetings heat up as Americans come face to face with members of Congress
Republican lawmakers come under fire at town hall meetings over health care, immigration and Trump's ties to Russia.