March 29, 2017 (Washington, DC) – This week, Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Members Senator Lisa Murkowski (AK) and Senator Martin Heinrich (NM), along with CSC leaders, Senators Jim Risch (ID), Joe Manchin (WV), Deb Fischer (NE), and Heidi Heitkamp (ND), introduced a bipartisan sportsmen’s package of legislation (S. Show More Summary
Katy Tur has been hired by MSNBC to host the 2pm hour, a special segment of programming dedicated to the first “100 Days” of President Donald Trump. While interviewing Sen. Deb Fischer (D-NE) on Monday, Tur wondered aloud if Trump was going down a “dangerous path” that would lead to the executions of journalists. Show More Summary
GOP Senators Move Up Debate Schedule to Help Shaky DeVos Nomination ow.ly/eEXU308BxBu [because: Sessions] Confirmation of Betsy DeVos may depend on Deb Fischer | Politics | omaha.comow.ly/3iXh308BxhT 2 G.O.P. Senators to Vote Against...Show More Summary
U.S. Senators Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) and Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) have introduced a resolution to vacate the “Waters of the United States” rule– a resolution that signifies their intent to roll back the rule once President-elect Trump takes office. Show More Summary
Omaha World-Herald gauges reaction in Nebraska and Iowa to the anticipated Trump infrastructure program, and learns that US Senator Deb Fischer (R-NE) “met with Trump’s nominee to the Transportation Department, Elaine Chao, for an hour last month” to discuss infrastructure funding. Show More Summary
Politico reports: Nebraska Sen. Deb Fischer on Tuesday reversed her call for Donald Trump to resign from the GOP ticket, telling a local radio station that it’s “not a tough choice” to back him just three days after she urged him to quit. “I plan to vote for Mr. Trump and Mr. Pence on November […]
On Saturday, a day after a tape was leaked of Trump's now infamous "lewd" comments, Nebraska Senator Debra Fischer (R) called for Trump to step down as the nominee of the Republican party and allow Mike Pence to takeover instead. Per the Omaha World-Herald: U.S. Show More Summary
How’s this for an embodiment of the Republican Party’s “can’t live with him, can’t live without him” attitude toward Donald Trump? Both Sens. John Thune and Deb Fischer have called for Trump to drop out … but say they’ll still vote for him. "I plan to vote for Mr. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON ? Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) called for Donald Trump to step down as the Republican presidential nominee on Saturday ? but she’s still going to vote for him, she said Tuesday. “Like most Nebraskans, I am fully committed toShow More Summary
Above: Deb Fischer (R-NE) I have never seen such principled politicians as the Republicans standing up to Donald Trump. Three days after calling on Donald Trump to quit the presidential race, Sen. Deb Fischer (R-NE) jumped right back on the Trump train on Tuesday, saying voting for the GOP nominee was “not a tough choice.” […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Deb Fischer, a conservative GOP loyalist from Nebraska who just days ago called for Donald Trump to step aside, has swung back behind the embattled billionaire after he refused to quit the race. On Friday, Fischer...Show More Summary
Over the weekend, Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer was one of the Republicans who withdrew her endorsement of Donald Trump after a 2005 tape in which the candidate describes grabbing and kissing women without their consent surfaced. Read more...
And we’re supposed to endorse a legislator with this degree of uncertainty? Nebraska Sen. Deb Fischer was on Donald Trump’s team. Then she wasn’t. Now she is again. Fischer, who on Saturday suggested Republican nominee Donald Trump should “step aside and allow Mike Pence” to become the GOP’s candidate, made it clear Tuesday that she [...]
Politico reports: Nebraska Sen. Deb Fischer on Tuesday reversed her call for Donald Trump to resign from the GOP ticket, telling a local radio station that it’s “not a tough choice” to back him just three days after she urged him to quit. Show More Summary
Nebraska Republican Sen. Deb Fischer said Tuesday she would vote for Donald Trump, after urging the GOP presidential nominee to step aside over the weekend.
She now says voting for Trump is “not a tough choice.”
Sen. Deb Fischer (R-NE) reversed her call for Donald Trump to resign from the GOP ticket, telling a local radio station that it’s “not a tough choice” to back him just three days after she urged him to quit, Politico [...] The post Fischer Renews Her Support of Trump appeared first on Political Wire.
Deb Fischer, Nebraska's senior U.S. Senator, has formally called on Donald Trump to step aside and allow Mike Pence to take his spot at the top of the Republican Party ticket. She joins her colleague, Ben Sasse, in doing so. And good on Fischer to do so. Show More Summary
Of all the people who have embarrassed themselves by prostrating before Trump, perhaps none has been so total and complete as Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer – who has somehow managed to do so while flying completely under the radar. Fischer...Show More Summary
Senator Deb Fischer (R-NE), a member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, has introduced legislation that would modify EPA regulations regarding on-farm fuel storage. The bill, known as the Farmers Undertake Environmental Land Stewardship (FUELS) Act, is co-sponsored by Committee Chairman Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK). Show More Summary