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Rep. Ted Poe Ted PoeRepublican quits House Freedom Caucus House blocks Dem resolution on Trump's tax returns Ads dare conservatives to oppose Trump on health plan MORE (R-Texas) resigned Sunday from the House Freedom Caucus, indicating he did so because he wanted to vote for the Republican healthcare proposal the right-wing caucus so adamantly opposed. “I have resigned from the House Freedom Caucus,” Poe said in a statement. Poe reportedly broke with the House Freedom Caucus’s views of the GOP h...
In an interview for “Sunday Morning,” the veteran newsman accuses the Fox News host of contributing to an increasingly polarized nation
Sean Hannity probably thought he'd be able to continually needle and interrupt Koppel and then have Koppel water down any criticisms he has. Koppel did not play along.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says President Donald Trump in the coming days will sign a new executive order that unravels his predecessor's sweeping plan to curb global warming.
Chris Wallace pressed Reince Priebus over Trump's baseless claim that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Rep. Trey Gowdy Trey GowdyGowdy: Nunes briefed president on matters 'unrelated' to Russia probe Sunday shows preview: Aftermath of failed healthcare bill Has Putin already won? He divides US intel from political leaders MORE (R-S.C.) on Sunday defended House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) after Nunes bypassed his own committee to brief the president on information related to U.S. surveillance of his transition team. "My understanding is Chairman Nunes briefed the commande...
He says the timeline does not match up.
Sen. Tom Cotton Tom CottonCotton: House 'moved a bit too fast' on healthcare Sunday shows preview: Aftermath of failed healthcare bill Senators introduce new Iran sanctions MORE (R-Ark.) on Sunday raised concerns about the speed with which the House attempted to repeal and replace ObamaCare. "I believe that both conservatives and moderates in the House made a lot of concessions already," Cotton said on CBS's "Face The Nation." "I think the House moved a bit too fast, 18 days is simply not enough...
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney on Sunday said that he has "no idea" why Republicans couldn't get enough members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus to support their bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
President Trump made it known this morning that he's still pretty unhappy with the House Freedom Caucus over the health care bill being pulled last Friday.
"We're not going to sit around and just play patsy and say, 'Hey, go ahead. Lock us in. Do whatever the hell you want," Jerry Brown says.
Supporters of Trump’s budget are eager to restore the central role of faith-based organizations in serving the poor—but it's not clear they can be an adequate substitute for government.
After Trump's budget called for ending public arts funding and hiking military spending, Cold War-era episodes about stripping public arts funding went live on YouTube.
How to decipher a North Korean missile test and reconstruct the what, when, where, and why in just 72 hours.
Boris Epshteyn was a prominent surrogate for Trump during the campaign.
Former Vice President Joe Biden admitted during a talk at a university Friday night that he regrets not "being president" and said he believes that he may be president right now if he would have run.
He is now tasked with defending not just his leadership abilities but his very brand of conservatism in a party fitfully searching for a coherent policy identity.
Black members of Congress are calling for the Justice Department to help police investigate a large number of missing children in Washington, D.C.
President Trump on Saturday took to Twitter to address the failure of the ObamaCare repeal bill, promising a “great healthcare plan FOR THE PEOPLE” eventually. “ObamaCare will explode and we will all get together and piece together a great healthcare plan for THE PEOPLE. Do not worry!” Trump tweeted. It was Trump’s first tweet about the GOP’s healthcare bill since it was pulled from the House floor Friday after it became apparent the bill would fail. The tweet echoed Trump’s words to the media F...
"Forget about the little s--t," Trump said in the meeting.
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