Monthly Archives: November, 2017
Republican lawmakers say President Donald Trump is playing a constructive role as he helps solidify GOP support in the Senate for the tax bill. Trump dealt directly with Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and his concerns while attending a private meeting on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, according to the website.
Wednesday President Donald Trump spoke to his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and called for Beijing to use “all available levers” to press North Korea.
No hispanic presidents……they would give all the illegals amnesty. After Illinois Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez abruptly announced his retirement Tuesday and endorsed a successor without revealing his future political plans, Fox News has learned the outspoken immigration advocate will be testing the waters for a potential 2020 presidential bid.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has produced a very public tug-of-war over who its next leader will be. The former head of the agency Richard Cordray, announced his resignation on Nov. 24 – setting off the kerfuffle over who would succeed him. Before he resigned, he appointed Leandra English to be his deputy director, elevating her to …
Tuesday President Trump defended his wife in the wake of a report claiming she didn’t want to be first lady, saying Melania Trump “truly loves what she is doing.”
Hildabeast used a conference in Beijing to blast both President Trump and the Chinese over their stance toward North Korea — saying it needs to soften up soon before things get out of hand and nuclear war breaks out.
The cocky little fat slob continues to flap his jaws. Kim Jong Un’s regime is reportedly on the verge of announcing it’s achieved full nuclear capability, as North Korea expedites its intercontinental ballistic missile program with the aim of being able to obliterate the “heinous gangsters” in the United States with a nuclear warhead.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) took action earlier this year to make her family’s private plane untrackable by the public, according to documents obtained from the Federal Aviation Administration.
During a Sunday interview, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is facing a backlash for defending Rep. John Conyers and even questioning those accusing him of sexual harassment.