Ever the bully. “President Trump sat next to Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.), an opponent of the Senate GOP’s bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, at a White House lunch designed to salvage the effort. Trump used the seating arrangement to pressure...Show More Summary
CNN claimed that President Donald Trump threatened Nevada Republican senator Dean Heller while on camera yesterday. Republican senators met with the president to discuss the future of health care reform, after it was temporarily scrapped due to increased Republican opposition to the American Health Care Act (AHCA) passed in the House of Representatives. The president […]
Police in Las Vegas are seeking a person of interest in connection with a threatening note addressed to Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller that officers discovered when responding to a … Click to Continue »
Following President Trump's health care meeting with GOP senators Wednesday, where he suggested that if Senator Dean Heller wants to stay in office he'll approve the new health care plan, Senator Ted Cruz weighed in on that exchange...
President Donald Trump invited the Republican Senate caucus to lunch to talk about health care on Wednesday. The goal of the lunch was kind of a mystery, considering that enough Republican senators have already come forward to torpedo...Show More Summary
“Look, he wants to remain a senator, doesn’t he?” the president said of Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.), who is up for re-election next year.
The Week reports: President Trump was not subtle during a lunch for Senate Republicans at the White House on Wednesday, pressuring Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) to fall in line with the GOP’s health-care bill, The Hill reports. “[Heller] wants to remain a senator, doesn’t he?” Trump said, while seated directly beside Heller. Show More Summary
The president is not taking this healthcare bill loss well.
"This was the one we were worried about, you weren't there. You're going to be. He wants to remain a senator, doesn't he?"
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., received a note at his Las Vegas office over the weekend that reportedly threatened the senator if he voted to take away the note writer’s health care. The note writer said he would die from losing insurance...Show More Summary
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nevada, announced Monday that an unidentified person had broken into his office on Sunday in order to leave a threatening note regarding the American Health Care Act. The note warned Heller, who has not decided whether...Show More Summary
The note allegedly promised retaliation against Heller if he votes for the bill.
Someone broke into Dean Heller’s Las Vegas office and left the threatening message.
A note left on the door of Republican senator Dean Heller's office in Nevada reportedly threatened the life of the lawmaker unless he votes against the GOP healthcare bill in the Senate, law enforcement sources told Jon Ralston of news...Show More Summary
There was a break-in over the weekend at the Las Vegas office of Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV), a Republican senator who could be a critical swing vote on the GOP health-care bill, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Meanwhile, KLAS [...]
Police in Las Vegas say a "threatening note" addressed to Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller was discovered by officers responding to a report of a burglary. Police declined to release … Click to Continue »
Sen. Dean Heller's office in Las Vegas has been burglarized, the Las Vegas Sun reports. Details are scarce, but police say they were dispatched to investigate the burglary around 9am Sunday. "Entry did occur," a police rep says, but the investigation is ongoing. Politico notes Heller is one of a...
Las Vegas Police are investigating a break in and burglary at Sen. Dean Heller's office, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
A spokesman for Dean Heller has declined comment. A break-in was reported at the office of Nevada Sen. Dean Heller and a threatening note addressed to the senator was left behind, according to The Hill. LasVegasNow.com reported thatShow More Summary