It must be hell to be Darrell Issa today. Here's Trey Gowdy holding Benghazi! hearings behind closed doors, and what's a former Chairman supposed to do if not sneak in and get the skinny and maybe "help" the new chairman along. Maybe...Show More Summary
Wait, what? Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), who used to run the Benghazi racket for House Republicans, gets escorted out of the secret deposition of Sid Blumenthal by inquisition chair Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) moments after Issa snuck into the secreting meeting
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) tried to crash a deposition by former Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal to the Select Committee on Benghazi on Tuesday, The Hill reported, and it apparently did not go well. Issa, who stepped down as chair...Show More Summary
The erstwhile Capitol Hill ringmaster of the Benghazi circus can't even get admitted to hearings now
Rep. Darrell Issa definitely still holds a grudge after House leaders stripped him of his unending Benghazi investigation in favor of a House Select Committee of People Who Are Not Darrell Issa. Now he's trying to crash their closed-door...Show More Summary
Former House Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) tried to crash former Hillary Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal’s deposition before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, The Hill reports. “Issa marched into the closed-door deposition and remained inside for about a minute [...]
An ABCNews.com article prominently highlighted Rep. Darrell Issa's (R-CA) criticisms of the State Department for providing "heavily redacted" documents related to the September 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya to the congressional committee investigating the attack. Show More Summary
California congressmen Darrell Issa (R) and Eric Swalwell (D) this week launched the bipartisan Sharing Economy Caucus in the U.S. House. For the inaugural event Issa and Swalwell hosted a panel and Q & A with sharing economy experts and industry players moderated by New York University professor and digital [...]
Darryl Issa is being mocked for saying that the poor in this country are the envy of the world: California GOP Rep. Darrell Issa was challenged by CNN Money correspondent Cristina Alesci on Thursday after he seemingly downplayed income inequality issues in the US. “America’s the richest country on Earth because we’ve been able to […]
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), the richest man in Congress, told CNN that America has made “our poor somewhat the envy of the world.” Said Issa: “If you go to India or you go to any number of other Third World [...]
Californian Representative Darrell Issa told CNN that America’s poor are “somewhat the envy of the world” in a comment that’s already being panned as insensitive from Congress’ richest man. Issa went on to explain that if you compare the plight of America’s poor to that of India, or other developing countries, things seem much worse. Show More Summary
This is what Darrell Issa thinks about poverty in America: “America’s the richest country on Earth because we’ve been able to put capital together and we’ve been able to make our poor somewhat the envy of the world,” Issa told Alesci. Show More Summary
With his latest comments, it seems Darrell Issa has finally made the transition from congressman to Dickensian villain.
Please just don't. Darrell Issa, the richest man in Congress, said America has made "our poor somewhat the envy of the world." I promise I will give you cash money to just shut up and not say anything about "our poor" ever again. Asked...Show More Summary
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) built his personal fortune, estimated to be nearly $450 million, by selling car alarms. So there was something a bit incongruous about comments he made during an interview with CNN Money's Cristina Alesci this week in which he described America's poor as "somewhat the envy of the world."
California GOP Rep. Darrell Issa was challenged by CNN Money correspondent Cristina Alesci on Thursday after he seemingly downplayed income inequality issues in the US. “America’s the richest country on Earth because we’ve been able to put capital together and we’ve been...
Worth over $448 million, Republican congressman Darrell Issa is by far the richest congressman in America, so he has a lot to be thankful for. Know who else has a lot to be thankful for, at least according to Congressman Issa? America's poor people. After all, it's not like they're... More »
The Amazing Benghazi Brothers So there's this: Hillary Rodham Clinton was directly asked by congressional investigators in a December 2012 letter whether she had used a private email account while serving as secretary of state, according to letters obtained by The New York Times. But Mrs. Show More Summary