Mattis enjoys extensive popularity among US troops and Republican leaders, like Sen. John McCain. Continue reading President-elect Trump picks former Marine Gen. Mattis for Secretary of Defense President-elect Trump picks former Marine Gen. Show More Summary
Senator John McCain has no love lost here. Republican Sen. John McCain said he’s still done with questions about President-elect Donald Trump. McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, was asked by CNN’s Manu Raju about Trump’s tweet about flag burning. “I have not been commenting on Mr. Trump and I will continue not to comment [...]
“I have not been commenting on Mr. Trump and I will continue not to comment on Mr. Trump.” — Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), when asked by CNN about Donald Trump’s call to revoke citizenship for flag-burners.
Republicans John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina say their measure is necessary to ensure lawsuits can only be brought against countries that knowingly engaged in the financing or sponsorship of terrorism.
You can tell these top-ranking Republican senators are SO EXCITED ABOUT TRUMP BEING PRESIDENT.
WASHINGTON ? Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) will not talk about Donald Trump and he wants reporters to inform their colleagues He will not do it if he’s asked about one of Trump’s many tweets. He will not do it if he’s asked about what Trump’s priorities should be on North Korea. Show More Summary
CNN reports: Republican Sen. John McCain said he’s still done with questions about President-elect Donald Trump. McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, was asked by CNN’s Manu Raju about Trump’s tweet about flag burning. “I have not been commenting on Mr. Show More Summary
by Dan Savage Donald Trump at the third presidential debate: It's all about the Constitution of—of—and so important, the Constitution the way it was meant to be. The Constitution: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment...Show More Summary
Throughout the presidential campaign, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) refused to comment on anything that then-candidate Donald Trump had to say. Now McCain is planning to extend that particular arrangement for the next four years, despite the fact that Trump is now the president-elect. Talking with...
Well, it appears one Republican lawmaker in Washington doesn't want to deal with questions revolving around President-elect Donald Trump's latest self-made controversy.
Lindsey Graham. John McCain. Jeff Flake. They are just a few of the lawmakers the president-elect may sometimes find himself having to win over.
Click here for reuse options! A progressive argument for an American Brexit. From Thomas Friedman to Barack Obama, from Mitt Romney to John McCain, it's fashionable among the "intelligentsia" and elites of both parties to ridicule "protectionism"...Show More Summary
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Many people have said that Jon Stewart's signature voice was largely missing from the 2016 election landscape.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) just released a glowing endorsement of retired Marine Gen. James Mattis to serve as Defense Secretary. In a statement released Monday, McCain called the 66-year-old retired four-star general "one of the finest...Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain said waterboarding would never be reinstated as an interrogation technique, despite President-elect Donald Trump’s remarks that torture works a tool to stop terrorism. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Discussion of President-elect Trump’s approach toward Russia, and what that means for U.S. policy in the Syrian civil war, is heating up. Last week, Senator John McCain warned Trump that “the price of another ‘reset’ would be complicity in Putin and Assad’s butchery of the Syrian people.” Donald Trump doesn’t necessarily see it that way. Show More Summary
John McCain is seriously off his meds. I get that he doesn’t approve of torture after what he went through in Vietnam. But challenging Donald Trump over it isn’t going
John McCain made it clear yesterday that no matter what the next president wants, the United States will not engage in waterboarding or any other kind of torture.
Sen. John McCain told president-elect Trump at the Halifax International Security Forum that he didn't care what Trump says, America will not torture and if they did he'd have them in court in a "New York minute." Senator McCain outlined...Show More Summary