GOP Senators Mike Lee and Jerry Moran announced Monday they would not vote for the Senate's ObamaCare replacement bill, dooming it but opening up the possibility of complete repeal.
It appears the obstruction of justice attack against President Trump has backfired on his enemies. In the wake of fired FBI Director James Comey’s theatrical testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee June 8, the Senate Judiciary Committee announced it will hold hearings to “examine then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s involvement in the Clinton email server investigation.”
Attorney General Sessions’ testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday contradicted that of ousted FBI Director James Comey before the same body on June 8 on some key points. Chiefly, Sessions disagreed with Comey’s “sense” that Sessions tried to stay behind for Comey’s Oval Office one-on-one with President Trump, denied Comey’s account of their conversation after that meeting, and disputed Comey’s testimony about Sessions’ notification of his decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.
Representative Thomas Massie has introduced a concealed carry reciprocity bill for Washington, D.C. in the wake of the recent shooting.
With U.S. debt set to explode from Social Security and other welfare spending — meaning money, lots of it, will have to be borrowed to keep the government running or will need to be drained from other programs — what happens next? That is the ultimate question, isn't it?
If six months of congressional investigation and 11 months of an open FBI investigation have not produced any evidence of collusion between the Trump administration and the Russians, there isn’t any to be found. But the Left (both in office and media) are not going to let a few pesky facts get in the way of a bad narrative.
When Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday as part of that committee’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, he was clearly on guard. The memory of being accused of lying to the Senate during his confirmation testimony was apparently still fresh in his mind.
The testimony of Attorney General Jeff Sessions before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday was markedly different from that of ousted FBI Director James Comey last week. Whereas Comey was treated with respect by even those Republicans who disagreed with portions of his testimony and positively lauded by Democrats who hoped to gain political points from his testimony, Sessions was grilled by Democrats on the committee — with one even accusing him of impeding and obstructing the committee’s investigation.