Ahead of a meeting in New Hampshire, a member of the panel called it “highly likely” that the state’s Senate race was decided with bogus votes. Outrage ensues.
In an interview for “The New Washington” podcast, Senator Chuck Schumer provides the back story for the stunning bipartisan spending-and-debt deal with President Trump.
President Trump rejected Republican complaints about his decision to work with Democrats and chided his own party for failing to advance major legislation.
Governors from both parties testified before the Senate on behalf of modest changes to the Affordable Care Act, but the White House and some senators have not given up on repeal.
The president’s move further destabilized a volatile situation for his party, which many Republicans now believe is headed toward a reckoning it can no longer avoid.
Speaker Paul D. Ryan, after urging President Trump to keep DACA, said Wednesday that the president made “the right call” — and promised a legislative answer.