McConnell: 'There Won't Be any Difference' on Handling Impeachment Trial Between Senate and W.H.

On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) stated that he will coordinate with White House lawyers on how to handle the Senate impeachment trial and “there won’t be any difference between us

Rep. Brooks: When the U.S. Gov't Gives Another Country Something — 'There Better Dadgum Well Be a Quid Pro Quo'

According to Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), elements of quid pro quo when it comes to dealing with foreign governments that receive aid from the United States should be the rule and not the exception nor considered untoward.

McConnell: 'There Is Not Much Support' in GOP Conference for Tariffs

During a press conference on Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) stated that there “is not much support” in the Republican conference for tariffs and that he hopes that the tariffs President Trump has threatened to impose on Mexico

Trump: Biden Talks About the Soul, But 'There Was Tremendous Division' Under Obama

On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” President Trump reacted to 2020 Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign announcement by touting his record and saying there was “tremendous division during the Obama administration, tremendous division.”

Dem Rep. Quigley: 'There Is Obvious Evidence' 'Of Collusion and Obstruction'

On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” House Intelligence Committee member Mike Quigley (D-IL) stated that “There is obvious evidence, in plain sight, and in previous court filings, of collusion and obstruction.” Quigley said, “[I]t’s very cold comfort to the American

'There will be 1,075 tornadoes': Weather vendor's prediction draws scrutiny…

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Sanders on Why He Hasn't Called Maduro a Dictator: 'There Are Still Democratic Operations' in Venezuela

During a town hall on CNN on Monday, Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) defended his refusal to call Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro a dictator by saying that while the last election in Venezuela wasn’t democratic, “there are still democratic operations taking place” in Venezuela. Moderator Wolf Blitzer asked, “Senator, why have you stopped short of calling Maduro of Venezuela a dictator?” Sanders answered, “Well, he — I think it’s fair to say that the last election was undemocratic, but there are still democratic operations taking place in that country. The point is, what I am calling for right now is internationally supervised free elections. And I do find it interesting that Trump is very concerned about what goes on in Venezuela, but what about the last election that took place in Saudi Arabia? Oh, there wasn’t any election in Saudi Arabia. Oh, women are treated as third-class citizens. So, I find it interesting that Trump is kind of selective as to where he is concerned about democracy. My record is to be concerned about democracy all over the world. So, we’ve got to do everything we can, but at the end of the day, it is going to be the people of

Harris: 'There Has Been New Fuel' Igniting Hatred 'In the Last Two Years'

During a town hall on CNN on Monday, Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Kamala Harris (D-CA) said that there has “been new fuel” igniting hatred in the past two years. Harris stated, “You know, we have to speak truths about this. Racism is real in America. Sexism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, transphobia. These things exist in America, and we have to speak truth that they do so that we can deal with them. But we have seen in the last two years that there has been new fuel that is lighting that fire in a way that has been harmful, in a way that we have seen, when Charlottesville, and a woman was killed, that we’ve had a president who basically said, well, there were equal sides to this. We have seen what happened at the Tree of Life Synagogue. And so, we know that hate is something that in the history of our country, and currently, fuels not only dissension and division, but is — actually can lead to death. And so, we have to take it seriously.” She continued, “The vast majority of us have so much more in common than what separates us. And we need leadership in this country that