Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) says he will bring the House-passed bill to the floor this week. The controversial bill would create special offices within the government to investigate and monitor so-called domestic terrorism, according to The Hill. Many in the GOP compared it to the recently suspended disinformation board set up by the Biden
Democrats currently control the bare minimum 50 Senate seats needed to pass legislation with Vice President Kamala Harris’ tie breaking vote. Just one seat flipped in favor of Republicans would allow the GOP to take back control. The president’s party typically isn’t as susceptible in the Senate as it is in the House, but how
Senate Republicans are defending President Trump’s response to Russian bounties as Democrat’s work to churn up another scandal. According to The Hill: Senate Republicans are defending President Trump’s handling of intelligence claiming that Russia’s military intelligence units offered bounties to Taliban militants to kill U.S. troops, arguing the evidence of bounties has not received sufficient verification.
President Trump wants an infrastructure bill to make its way through Congress but it appears that it will face opposition from his own party. According to The Hill: President Trump’s election-year push for a $1 trillion infrastructure spending bill to boost the struggling economy faces strong opposition from Senate Republicans. GOP senators are warning that