Is Mitch McConnell losing his grip on the squishy GOP senators?
Watch the Senatorial Walk of Shame as GOP Senators duck questions about the so-called president's attack on an elderly U.S. citizen attacked by Buffalo police.
Other than a couple of senators at the end, most Republicans ran away like roaches exposed to the light, or denied any knowledge of his absurd tweet.
Reid suggests the Senator speak to some of her actual own Alaskan constituents if she'd like to learn about police brutality, and calls her out for not removing Trump when she had the chance.
Journal Editorial Report host Paul Gigot whines about mean old Jerrold Nadler accusing Republicans doing exactly what they're doing with their aiding and abetting of Trump's criminality -- engaging in a coverup.
The third day of Donald Trump's impeachment trial once again featured Republican senators competing with each other to see who could show the most disdain for the idea of their constitutional duty and the oath they took to provide impartial justice.
Be skeptical. Be very skeptical of anonymous Republicans who won't stand up, but instead lurk in the background with "concerns."
Those Republican officials in Alaska are tangling with the wrong Senator.
There are just two Republican senators who could submarine Brett Kavanaugh's SCOTUS nomination if they stick to their public stances. Think it's going to happen?
Who does Sean Hannity think Trump is going to need to get his tax cut passed?
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