close Video GRAPHIC LANGUAGE WARNING: Trump says Biden was only a good vice president because he understood how to 'kiss Obama's a--.' President Trump sounds off on the Bidens' overseas business dealings. Nancy Pelosi wants someone to think of the children. House Speaker Pelosi, D-Calif., blasted President Trump during a caucus call on Friday for his latest crude attack on former Vice President Joe Biden, accusing him of having become a “potty mouth” -- before labeling the president “disgraceful.” “One thing, I do want to say is that, POTUS – you know, that’s the President – POTUS has become a potty mouth and children are listening,” Pelosi said. “This is – this is beyond disgraceful.” WHITE HOUSE ANNOUNCES IT WILL NOT COMPLY WITH 'ILLEGITIMATE AND UNCONSTITUTIONAL' IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY Video She then defended Biden -- her party’s potential 2020 presidential nominee -- after Trump … [Read more...] about Nancy Pelosi says Trump’s rally comments about Biden ‘beyond the pale,’ rips Senate Republicans’ ‘cowardice’ on impeachment inquiry
close Video House Intel Ranking Member Devin Nunes will pursue legal action on exposed phone records I join many Americans in being sick and tired of powerful, entrenched Democrats like House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff breaking rules, crossing the line and never being held accountable. This is why I’ve called for a tit for tat. I want Schiff’s phone records to be subpoenaed by the only person in Washington with the power and opportunity to do it. On Tuesday we learned that Schiff, D-Calif., subpoenaed AT&T for the records of telephone calls between President Trump’s personal lawyers, an American journalist, and – the most troubling – Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., the ranking member on the Intelligence Committee. DEVIN NUNES ON PHONE RECORD RELEASE: 'WE'RE DEFINITELY GOING TO TAKE LEGAL ACTION' None of these people were notified that their call records were being subpoenaed. They were surprised to see their private … [Read more...] about Rep. Jim Banks: Subpoena Adam Schiff’s phone records – He did it to Republicans, we should do it to him
When Tucson voters headed to the polls Nov. 5, they extended Democrats' four decades of city rule and, for a fourth straight election, Democrats control all six of Tucson’s city council seats. For years, Republicans have argued Tucson’s electoral rules disadvantage them in city elections. Republicans have even gone as far as suing the city in federal court and, as recently as this summer, unsuccessfully advancing a ballot measure, asking voters to change the rules. For many of Tucson’s Democrats, who often balk at Republican efforts to gerrymander elections across the country, this may be hard to hear: Republicans are right. While Tucson city elections are not gerrymandered, they are unfair and even undemocratic. The city of Tucson is divided into six wards or electoral districts. Every two years, three wards hold a primary and general election. RELATED: Tucson will not … [Read more...] about OPINION: Republicans are right about Tucson elections
Rep. Mark MeadowsMark Randall MeadowsSunday talk shows: Lawmakers gear up ahead of Monday's House Judiciary hearing Trump, first lady take part in National Christmas Tree lighting Congress races to beat deadline on shutdown MORE (R-N.C.) on Sunday said a pair of his Republican colleagues who took issue with President TrumpDonald John TrumpPence: It's not a "foregone conclusion" that lawmakers impeach Trump FBI identifies Pensacola shooter as Saudi Royal Saudi Air Force second lieutenant Trump calls Warren 'Pocahontas,' knocks wealth tax MORE's July 25 phone call with the Ukrainian president were wrong to suggest there was anything improper in the communication. CNN's Dana BashDana BashJudiciary Democrat: House impeaching Trump not a 'foregone conclusion' Judiciary Democrat who worked on Nixon impeachment says alleged Trump misconduct is worse Klobuchar says she's not worried about leaving campaign trail for impeachment trial: 'I meet whatever obstacle is put in front … [Read more...] about Meadows says Republican colleagues ‘wrong’ for suggesting Trump’s phone call was inappropriate
CENTENNIAL — Suzanne Staiert knocks on a door. No answer. Then another. And another. No luck. It’s a blistering Saturday morning, the middle of the three-day Labor Day weekend, and the first-time candidate is looking for a sign of life in this suburban neighborhood on the west side of state Senate District 27 in Arapahoe County: a dog’s bark, a child’s laugh, the buzz of a power tool. “We have to find someone doing yard work,” she jokes as she continues the search for voters to build her brand.As a Republican running for office in Colorado, she is navigating difficult electoral terrain. Colorado Republicans face a long road back to power. In 2018, the state’s unaffiliated voters — incensed by President Donald Trump — sided overwhelmingly with Democrats and gave the party total control of state government. RELATED: Colorado poll: Gov. Jared Polis and Democrats overreached, but don’t recall them Candidates such as … [Read more...] about Can these three Republicans save the Colorado GOP from obscurity?