Arkansas Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Sunday castigated President Donald Trump for leading a "cult of personality" within the Republican Party.
What a bunch of GOP Cowards. None of them would appear on the show.
Arkansas Gov. Hutchinson Defends Easing COVID-19 Restrictions Despite Largest Single-Day Increase In Cases
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson tells Fox News' Chris Wallace that "you can’t cloister yourself at home" while defending his decision to ease his state's coronavirus restrictions despite the fact the number of confirmed cases in his state is still increasing.
Chuck Todd: 'Is There Anything That Has Changed In The Intel Committee Since The Chairmanships Changed?'
Chuck Todd opines about the lack of bipartisanship in the House Intel committee and asks Rep. Jim Himes "Is there anything that has changed in the Intel Committee since the chairmanships changed?"
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd opines over the lack of bipartisan cooperation in the House Intelligence Committee now that Trump's mole, Devin Nunes is no longer chairman.
Another defender of this anti-gay "religious freedom" legislation can't answer a very simple question about whether the law would allow discrimination.
All the smoke and mirrors about wanting changes to Arkansas' license-to-discriminate law is just that.
A Republican candidate for governor in Arkansas on Tuesday was thwarted by the same voting restriction laws that he supports when he forgot identification that the state now requires for voting.
The NRA's National School Shield Task Force chair, Asa Hutchinson, may have finally conceded, after being badgered by Fox host Chris Wallace that he might be willing to go along with more background checks on gun sales at gun shows or over the Internet, but he was still being just as unreasonable as his cohort when it came to doing the checks on other types of private sales.
The chairman of the National Rifle Association-funded National School Shield Task Force on Sunday shrugged off traditional talking points used by pro-gun lobbyists and insisted that requiring background checks at gun shows "would seem appropriate."
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