Many, like re-elected Senators Marco Rubio of Florida, Rob Portman of OH, and John McCain of Arizona, as well Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, are free-trading Republican internationalists who take a different view of America's role in the world than Trump did during the campaign. The white working class will suffer none of these abuses in Trump's America.
Mr. Trump released a list of possible nominees that was widely applauded by Republican lawmakers and conservative leaders.
I heard this chant frequently outside the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July. Rocky as this terrain is usually, it would be especially forbidding because of the 2018 map for both Senate and House.
As expected, there was a more qualified welcome for Trump from the new Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer of NY.
The president also said, "I think it is important for us to let him make his decisions". That group includes Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who mounted a strong progressive challenge to Hillary Clinton's nomination bid during the primaries.
Well, watching President Obama come unglued in press conferences this week to "mansplain" his party's humiliating losses in last week's elections I guess makes racists out of all of us. Trump's tax plan would give 47 percent of its benefits to the richest one percent of taxpayers. "So the old formulas, calling people on the phone, all that's going to change to online polling, and hopefully people will adjust their expectations and not expect the polls to tell them one thing, "who's gonna win".
In this election, Clinton won some of the most populous states in the nation - NY and California - by substantial margins. The required total to win the White House is 270. Missy Miller, a complete outsider, defeated Anthony Eramo, and became the first Republican to represent the 20th Assembly District since Joseph Carlino held the seat in 1964. He won Wisconsin by about 24,000 votes and Pennsylvania by about 66,000 votes. We really don't have a choice, now do we.
Republicans are going to confirm President-Elect Donald Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nominee, whomever it may be, one way or another, Democrats be damned, according to a Politico article posted this morning. "I know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling", she said, "but someday, someone will, and hopefully sooner than we might think right now". Democrats controlled 60 of the 99 state legislative chambers in 2010. "So you want to cook when the stove is hot and you want to move quickly", said Georgetown University professor Stephen Wayne. Ignorance usually creates fear, and fear creates hatred, and hatred creates violence, and violence creates more hatred. Hillary's words rang false, and, for better or for worse, Trump's acknowledgment of their economic and social reality rang true.
"They mess with the Supreme Court, it'll be changed just like that in my opinion", Reid said, snapping his fingers, acording to Lauren Fox of Talking Points Memo.
From left, Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., Sen. "They're called elections. And it will not be on the agenda in the Senate". But that didn't stop me and my friend Ricky from going to the site during the convention. "Nothing is forever in this country". I did not see a leader in Clinton because she would not own up to her mistakes.
" ... One thing you realize quickly in this job is that the presidency and the vice presidency is bigger than any of us", said Obama.
In addition, Karl Rove, former top political adviser to George W. Bush, wrote in The Wall Street Journal that both Trump and Clinton had record low public approval ratings during the campaign.
After weeks of skits mocking the presidential candidates, "Saturday Night Live" stunned audiences with a solemn opening for its first episode since the election.