These are not good times to be a white man in the Democrat Party. Just consider the fellow billing himself as “Beto” O’Rourke. He's supposed to be all the rage in leftist circles, yet now some liberals seem in a rage that a white man is sucking up so much 2020, presidential-prospect oxygen.
The Atlantic magazine launched the first official establishment impeachment broadside against the president on Thursday.
Newly elected Muslim Representative Ilhan Omar of Minnesota said GOP Senator Lindsey Graham is “compromised,” and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appointed her to the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks denying President Donald Trump the national TV stage of the traditional State of the Union message will hurt him poltiically.
Now that Beto O’Rourke is testing the waters of a possible presidential bid for 2020, he is attempting to portray himself as a reasonable centrist, not the left-wing progressive he clearly is.
During the vote on the House floor to condemn white supremacy and possibly censure Representative Steve King, King claimed that the New York Times misrepresented what he said.
Before the House votes on the resolution to condemn white supremacism and nationalism, its members might want to reconsider one of its clauses.
Representative Steve King sat down for an interview with the New York Times. Then, House Republicans kicked him off committees, leftist Democrats are preparing to censure him, and the House will vote to condemn “white nationalism.”
Julián Castro announced his bid for the White House on Saturday. His campaign theme: Donald Trump’s a bad president and everyone on Earth hates him, most of all me, and that’s why I should be president.
Here are the constitutional questions regarding the president's consideration of using the National Emergencies Act to build the border wall.