The vector of transmission is the former barmaid Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the democratic socialist who will represent New York’s 14th District.
If God’s plans for Ginsburg happen to override Ginsburg’s during Trump’s presidency, who would the president be likely to pick to replace her?
The federal government partially shut down this morning after Senate Republicans ducked into the bushes and refused to use the “nuclear option” to provide $5.7 billion to build a border wall to stop illegal immigration.
Allegations of collusion with Russia have been leveled at President Trump since he was candidate Trump. His enemies in politics, media, and the Deep State are behind those allegations, which they have used since the beginning in an attempt first to keep him from winning, and since then to delegitimize his presidency.
It appears that President Trump recovered his courage and will, indeed, refuse to sign a bill to continue funding the government past December 21 if he does not get $5 billion to help build a wall to stop illegal immigration.
It looks like the kook Left that controls the Democratic Party is preparing for a big fight on the “progressive” choice to run for president in 2020.
Attorneys General for New York, New Jersey, the District of Columbia, and Maryland join the Deep State campaign to harass, impede, obstruct, and impeach President Trump.
It appears that part of the government will indeed shut down in four days if the president and Congress do not agree on funding for a border wall. On that a top Trump official and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer agree.
Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are considering a run for the White House in 2020, but they might have a challenge from the likes of Beto O’Rourke and Julián Castro.
We can be cautiously optimistic that Mulvaney will give President Trump more conservative advice than is typical from presidential aides.
President Donald Trump — whose enemies have been seeking to delegitimize his presidency since before it even began — is now facing new accusations from his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen. Cohen claims that candidate Trump directed him to make payments to assure the silence of two women who claimed to have extramarital affairs with Trump, even though Trump “of course” knew it was wrong to do so.