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Ohio GOP Wants To Go Full MAGA And Nominate Jim Jordan To Fill Rob Portman’s Senate Seat

Trump-loyal Republicans are already itching to go full MAGA and nominate one of the disgraced ex-president's true loyalists, Rep. Jim Jordan.

Joe Biden Wants to Ramp Up to 1.5 Million Vaccinations Each Day

Advertisements Joe Biden revealed his COVID-19 plan shortly before taking office. He was hoping that there would be 100 vaccinations in his first 100 days. At the time, the goal seemed ambitious, especially with concerns over convincing people to take the shot. And when Biden took office last week, the COVID program was in shambles. … Continue reading "Joe Biden Wants to Ramp Up to 1.5 Million Vaccinations Each Day"

Biden’s Popularity Is Surging As He Quickly Moves To Clean Up Trump’s Mess

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris appear to be growing increasingly popular with each passing day.

Mitch McConnell’s filibustering could prompt Democrats to weigh chipping away at the filibuster

A fight over the Senate’s organizing resolution could push Democrats to consider passing it unilaterally.

What’s next for Trump’s Senate impeachment trial

The House transmitted its article of impeachment to the Senate. Here’s what we know about the trial.

Joe Biden Says Trump's Impeachment Trial In Senate 'Has To Happen'

The president told CNN, however, that he doesn’t think enough Republican senators will vote to convict Donald Trump.

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McConnell folds, drops filibuster objection, signals readiness for rules resolution

In the midst of airing an exclusive interview with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer in which Schumer declares he is unwilling to negotiate with Mitch McConnell on an organizing resolution for the Senate, Rachel Maddow reports that McConnell has dropped his filibuster objection that was holding up that resolution.

Schumer: Trump actions cannot be swept under the rug; 'He is the worst president ever.'

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, in an exclusive interview with Rachel Maddow, discusses the tricky balance between keeping a forward-looking legislative agenda while not allowing past contemptible behavior, particularly by Donald Trump, to pass without accountability.

Schumer calls on President Biden to declare 'climate emergency'

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer tells Rachel Maddow that he thinks President Biden should declare the climate change crisis an emergency, which would give him greater ability to enact policies around Republican obstruction.

Impeachment manager Rep. Raskin on what to expect in Trump’s Senate trial

“This was—as we have argued and intend to show—the worst presidential crime against the Republic in American history,” says House impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin.

Biden expects widespread availability of vaccines by spring; House managers deliver impeachment article to Senate

The president plans to sign his latest executive order on Monday, this one aiming to boost sales of goods manufactured in the United States.

Biden tells CNN Trump's impeachment trial 'has to happen'

President Joe Biden on Monday offered his most extensive comments since taking office on former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, telling CNN, "I think it has to happen."

Analysis: Looming impeachment trial renews trauma of the Trump years

Five days into America's restored political normality, the stark delivery of an article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate was a flashback to the horror of the Capitol insurrection and the trauma of the last four years.

House delivers Trump impeachment article to Senate - CNN Video

One article of impeachment against former President Trump for "incitement of insurrection" is delivered to the Senate, formally triggering the start of his second impeachment trial.

Schumer navigates landmines from the left and the right as he assumes top Senate job

It hasn't even been a week since Chuck Schumer assumed his long-sought goal of becoming Senate majority leader.

Schumer calls for Biden to declare climate emergency

Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said on Monday night that President Biden should consider declaring an emergency when it comes to the climate.

Nurse to be tapped by Biden as acting surgeon general: report

President Biden is expected to tap a nurse as acting surgeon general after former President Trump’s surgeon general was asked to resign last week,

Biden's Biggest Decision | RealClearPolitics

Joe Biden’s new administration faces a murderers’ row of hard decisions on everything from controlling the Southern border to dealing with Iran. But one...

Jim Jordan leaves open possibility of Senate run in Ohio

Rep. Jim Jordan may not be bucking the notion of a future Senate run.

McConnell says power-sharing agreement in Senate can move forward after two Democrats embrace keeping filibuster

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said a power-sharing agreement Monday night between Republicans and Democrats in the upper chamber can go forward after two Democrats announced their opposition to ending the legislative filibuster.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Suspended From Twitter

Mike Lindell,  the CEO of MyPillow, had his Twitter account suspended Monday evening for causes not yet released by the social media company.

House Submits Impeachment Article to Senate; Trial to Begin in 2 Weeks

The House impeachment managers delivered one article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday evening, formally marking the start of the trial.

Schumer: We Can 'Expand' District, Circuit Courts to Balance out GOP Judges

During an interview aired on Monday's broadcast of MSNBC's "Rachel Maddow Show," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said that one way Democrats | Clips

Trump Establishes 'Office of the Former President' in Florida

Former President Donald Trump has formally established an official post-presidency "Office of the Former President" in Florida.

President Trump Issues Statement Endorsing Sarah Huckabee Sanders for Governor of Arkansas

President Donald Trump has issued a statement endorsing Sarah Huckabee Sanders for governor of Arkansas. The statement came from his political action committee, Save America. Former Pres Trump endorses @SarahHuckabee in her run for governor of Arkansas in a statement from his political action committee. — Kelly O’Donnell (@KellyO) January 26, 2021 The statement…

Chuck Schumer: The Days Of Mitch McConnell Holding The Senate Hostage Are Over

Chuck Schumer reminded Mitch McConnell on Monday that he lost the Senate and no longer gets to hold the chamber hostage.

Why Mitch McConnell relented on his demands about preserving the filibuster

McConnell didn’t get all he’d hoped, but got some Democrats to reaffirm their commitment to the filibuster.

Mitch McConnell Backs Down In Fight Over Filibuster

The GOP leader cited comments from two Democratic senators who reiterated their support for the Senate rule as a reason to move forward.

House delivers impeachment article against Trump to Senate

The House delivered its article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday, kicking off preparations for the upcoming trial.

Senators to be sworn in for Trump impeachment trial

Senators will be formally sworn in as jurors on Tuesday for the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, though the trial won't get into full swing until the week of February 8.

Schumer: Impeachment trial will be quick, doesn't need a lot of witnesses

Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said on Monday night that former President Trump's impeachment trial will be "relatively" quick, indicating that he didn't think many witnesses are needed.

Dominion CEO avoids $1.3B question on whether Giuliani cost firm contracts

Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos avoided a question on Monday about whether his company lost any business due to election fraud claims spread by Rudy Giuliani.

Without a Path to End Filibuster, Senate Leaders Proceed on Power-Sharing Agreement

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced his plans Monday to move forward with developing a power-sharing agreement for the Senate.

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