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Koskinen is expected to appear next week before the House Judiciary Committee, which is examining impeachment articles related to the destruction of emails subpoenaed by Congress.
It is the most direct acknowledgement from a top Senate Democrat that President Obama’s choice is unlikely to be confirmed by the current Republican Senate.
The Senate Democratic leader says of Trump, “He’s not slim and trim. He brags about eating fast food every day. Look at his health a little bit.“
A vote on John Koskinen’s impeachment is expected by Thursday.
The Republican vice presidential nominee made a homecoming of sorts on Capitol Hill.
Spending bill, Zika funding, TPP trade pact are on the agenda during rare bipartisan meeting of top leaders.
Events are a reminder that the Democratic push to win Garland’s confirmation has gone nowhere in the face of a united Republican blockade.
But conservatives want to kick final spending negotiations into next year.
Many Republicans believe Koskinen’s alleged conduct does not rise to the level of impeachment and don’t want the political headache.
Democrats are well-positioned to reclaim the Senate but face a tougher path in the House
Where the Ohio shift reflects the perceived weakness of the Democratic candidate, the Colorado cancellation reflects the Democrat’s apparent strength.
Sen. John McCain is also expected to survive a primary tonight.
Of Florida’s 27 House seats, at least seven will be filled by new faces in January, and as many as 15 could reasonably see turnover.
National Democrats are delaying a major ad buy amid growing concerns that Strickland is running a lackluster campaign and their chances of flipping the Ohio seat could be slipping away.
Activists off of Capitol Hill are turning to outside venues to force action on Supreme Court nomination: The courts themselves.
There is some evidence GOP groups are trying to sideline well-financed centrist Patrick Murphy in favor of liberal firebrand Alan Grayson.
The push could potentially complicate congressional efforts to address the Zika virus and fund the government past Sept. 30.
No one is mentioning the SCOTUS nominee on the campaign trail.
New polls show that Republicans can indeed separate themselves from the top of their ticket — but only to a point.
‘You would think that we want to be focusing on Hillary Clinton, on all of her deficiencies,’ Ryan said. ‘’It is distressing that that’s not what we’re talking about these days.’