House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer are encouraged by President Trump’s calls for increased coronavirus relief. According to The Hill: Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Wednesday they were “encouraged” after President Trump’s tweet urging Republicans to go for a larger coronavirus relief package after months of stalled negotiations. Trump’s tweet
Democrats have decided to back away from a push to reverse President Trump’s tax cuts. The legislation is something that will be viewed as a legacy moment for President Trump. According to The Hill: Democrats are backing away from vows to reverse President Trump’s tax cuts if they take control of the Senate and White House.
Senator Chuck Schumer has stated that he will force the Senate to vote on possible impeachment witnesses. In order for the Democrats to call witnesses, they will need four GOP Senators to vote with them. According to The Hill: Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Tuesday that Democrats will force votes on witnesses at the start
Senator Mitch McConnell is preparing for the likely scenario that the Senate GOP will have to pass partisan impeachment rules should Chuck Schumer obstruct. According to Town Hall: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) on Tuesday said Senate Republicans may have to come together to pass a partisan set of rules for an impeachment trial
President Trump took to Twitter today to troll Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer over his past comments on immigration. Trump’s tweet read: “People who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who enters the U.S. legally.” Chuck Schumer in 2009, before
WHAT: President Donald J. Trump’s nominees have been confirmed at a historically low rate. President Trump has sent a steady stream of qualified nominees to the U.S. Senate for confirmation to positions throughout the Federal Government and the judiciary. However, the U.S. Senate is lagging behind, confirming individuals at a historically low rate and harming