Blog Profile / DeBonis


URL :http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/mike-debonis
Filed Under:United States / Washington D.C.
Posts on Regator:2670
Posts / Week:9.9
Archived Since:April 20, 2011

Blog Post Archive

Ryan says Trump’s attacks on judge fit ‘the textbook definition of a racist comment’

But Ryan said he would continue to back the presumptive Republican nominee in the presidential race.

Ryan to unveil anti-poverty proposal as part of election-year agenda project

The plan outlines problems with the welfare system and broad ideas for how to fix them.

Trump increasingly alone in defending his racial attacks on Latino federal judge

GOP lawmakers scurry for cover, though many still plan to support Trump in November.

Donald Trump’s attacks on judge once again put GOP lawmakers in a bind

Trump’s recent transition to presumptive presidential nominee has not made life any easier for GOP lawmakers.

The biggest question in Florida politics: ‘Is Rubio running or what?’

It’s consuming Florida politicos and the five GOP candidates running to replace the Florida senator.

House fetal tissue panel sharpens focus on California firm, demands HHS probe

GOP chairwoman wants federal investigation of StemExpress, an emerging target for antiabortion activists.

Inside Democrats’ Trump-fueled scramble to take back the House

Democrats say the House is in play: ‘Donald Trump has been our best recruiting tool.’

How Paul Ryan thinks about Donald Trump

Peter Wehner, a personal and ideological compatriot of Ryan’s for two decades, on the future of the Trump-Ryan relationship.

Congress leaves town with no Zika resolution, lengthy negotiations ahead

Despite warnings from public health officials, Zika deal stuck in budget fight.

Sen. Orrin Hatch reacts to meeting with Merrick Garland before it occurs

The publishing snafu underscores how little traction Democrats have won with their slippery-slope Supreme Court strategy.

Paul Ryan says he will not be rushed into a Trump endorsement

Ryan has only grown more isolated since declaring he was “just not ready” to back the New York businessman.

A hundred days later, White House isn’t giving up on replacing Antonin Scalia

White House-backed group is highlighting calls from Republican voters in latest campaign for Merrick Garland’s confirmation.

Nearly 180 Democrats join call to end House fetal-tissue probe

All but a few House Democrats sign letter calling for end to special panel, heightening partisan tensions.

Bernie Sanders leads liberals’ fight against Puerto Rico rescue bill

Bernie Sanders and an influential group of unions are opposing the rescue bill that could see a House vote in June.

House GOP Conference chair backs Trump, isolating Paul Ryan

The highest-ranking women in House GOP says she cast an absentee ballot for Trump, however grudgingly.

Inside Harry Reid’s hands-off approach to Bernie Sanders

The Senate Democratic leader is wary of strong-arming Sanders -- a function of both their unique relationship and political reality.

Harry Reid: Nevada unrest is ‘test of leadership’ for Bernie Sanders

The Senate minority leader said he was disturbed by events in his home state.

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