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Democratic Rep. says Trump presidency 'unraveling before our eyes'
Donald Trump is facing fresh criticism this week over his response to the deadly violence that broke in Charlottesville last Saturday. A bipartisan group of lawmakers denounced the president's statements blaming "both sides" after counter-protesters clashed with neo-Nazis and white nationalists,
Washington reacts to Steve Bannon's White House departure
Lawmakers are reacting to the news that Steve Bannon, the embattled White House chief strategist, has resigned from his post. Bannon, a controversial figure in the Trump administration because of his tenure leading the conservative news outlet Breitbart, was facing calls to resign after violence
The Note: Trump pushing away what few allies he has left
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY President Trump hunkers down at Camp David today with his National Security Council , Vice President Mike Pence and Defense Secretary James Mattis to discuss strategy in Afghanistan . After about four hours at Camp David, Trump travels back to Bedminster, New Jersey,
Capitol Hill lawmakers celebrate National Intern Day
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill celebrated National Intern Day on Thursday by recognizing their young, politically-minded staff. Below, a round-up of senators, members of congress and other officials who took to Twitter to pay tribute to these hard-working folks: REP. ANDRE CARSON, D-IND. "Happy
Members of Congress receive threats, consider security following shooting
The shooting at the Republican congressional baseball team's practice Wednesday in Virginia has reignited a long-simmering debate on Capitol Hill this year about the threats against members and increasing security. For months, Republicans have expressed concerns about safety at town hall events. In
Congressional Black Caucus says meeting with Trump was a 'positive first start'
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus went to the White House today for their first official meeting with President Donald Trump . The meeting, which comes five weeks after Trump asked a reporter at a press conference to help set up a discussion with the group, was organized primarily to
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Vice President Mike Pence, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, and Sen. Ben Sasse
After President Donald Trump's second full week in office, George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with Vice President Mike Pence , on "This Week" Sunday. Plus, Sen. Amy Klobuchar , D-Minnesota, and Sen. Ben Sasse , R-Nebraska, weigh in on the confirmation battle for President Trump's cabinet picks
Nancy Pelosi Blasts Donald Trump's 'Bizarre' Rhetoric: 'Verbal Poo-Poo'
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi had strong words for Donald Trump at this morning’s press conference , blasting his “bizarre” rhetoric, which she said is “reminiscent of demagogues who want to be in the press no matter what they have to say. They make their ‘verbal poo-poo’ anyplace to get
Rep . Andre Carson : Americans Will 'Push Back' on Anti-Muslim Rhetoric Because it's 'Dangerous'
The congressman and executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations are interviewed on "This Week."
Donald Trump Unites Democrats, Republicans Against His Plan to Bar Muslims From Entering US
Bipartisanship is breaking out in Washington over Donald Trump ’s latest comments on Muslims . The presidential contender brought Democrats and Republicans together in condemnation of his plans to bar Muslims from entering the United States. “Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete