Republicans have no problem with trillion-dollar tax cuts for billionaires but god forbid an unemployed hourly worker might get a little extra unemployment compensation.
After a long weekend at home, the Senate is coming back to work Monday and will get around to passing the House’s coronavirus relief package … sometime this week, probably.
Senate Republicans clearly aren’t feeling a lot of urgency about the coronavirus.
Former White House counsel during Watergate, John Dean, went after Sen. Marco Rubio and his cohorts in the Senate for defending Trump retaliating against those who testified against him during impeachment hearings.
If watching Senate Republicans turn a blind eye to duty, truth, their oaths of office, public opinion, and the well-being of the republic left you with a pit in your stomach this week, then rest assured that you are not alone.
Last night Senate Republicans killed the last-ditch efforts by Democrats to stop this cover-up of an impeachment trial.
Ali Velshi: If Doing Right Costs Someone A Seat In The United States' Senate, That's A Good Deal For Democracy
MSNBC's Ali Velshi discusses the fact that this impeachment is bigger than Trump, and bigger than whether any of these Senators manage to get reelected.
Ali Velshi reminds Republicans that this impeachment is about a whole lot more than whether any of them get reelected to the United States Senate.
CNN host S.E. Cupp blasts Republicans for protecting Trump, saying history will remember the party for enabling the President's "corruption and self-interest" ahead of next week's vote by the House on impeachment.
An establishment Republican proposes the latest hack meant to remove President Trump from office without requiring any courage or political risk on the part of Senate Republicans.
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