Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) told Vanity Fair that the current moment — and “movement” on the streets — gives more “credibility” to why she ran for office.
The medical professionals on the White House Coronavirus Task Force appear to have lessened their reliance on academic models and increased their reliance on actual coronavirus data provided by state governments.
Saturday during an appearance on the Fox News Channel following the day’s proceedings of the White House presenting a case in the Senate against impeachment, Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) offered his reaction.
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s disgraced former personal lawyer and fixer, is reportedly set to use public testimony this week to finger Trump with a series of accusations, including that the president engaged in possible criminal conduct, used of racist language, and mislead about his net worth
Thursday on MSNBC’s “The Beat,” former Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA) reacted to reports President Donald Trump is considering his son-in-law Jared Kushner to replace John Kelly as White House chief of staff. Rendell said, “Ronald Reagan had James Baker, Bill Clinton had Leon Panetta, George Bush —the second George Bush had Andrew Card. These are people with rich and deep government experience. Jared Kushner has had some experience in these last two years, but didn’t have a sufficient security clearance. We’re going to make that person chief of staff? Hardly. I mean it shows that I think if this is true, its only meaning that is no one who’s got any credibility will take the job.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN