Imagine a version of 2021 where House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is enjoying retirement after a life in public service and away from the political scene for the past five years. According to the Washington Examiner, that was reportedly close to reality as a new book by Washington bureau chief of USA Today Susan Page revealed… Continue reading Author of new book claims Pelosi was set to retire had Donald Trump not won the 2016 election
There’s a good reason why former President Donald Trump’s Palm Beach, Florida-based Mar-a-Lago estate is being called the “center of the Republican universe right now.” According to Newsmax, the 45th president held a large donor retreat at his estate over the weekend, drawing hundreds of deep-pocket Republican donors excited about the future of the party.… Continue reading Trump delivers remarks at GOP donor retreat, predicts party will win big in 2022 midterms
CNN has shockingly misrepresented the risk of COVID-19 infection among vaccinated people.
Rahm Emanuel, Chris Christie, Rachel Scott, and Maggie Haberman join George Stephanopoulos.
Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan told FNC’s Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures” that the reason the press is not allowed to visit migrant facilities is because the Biden administration does not “want the American people to know what’s going on.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday morning that the proposed $2.6 trillion infrastructure bill being considered by Congressional Democrats and the Biden administration will focus on “workforce development” and “human infrastructure” as well as bridges, roads, and water systems. MARGARET BRENNAN, HOST CBS’s FACE THE NATION: Well, on the specifics… Continue reading Pelosi: “The Door Is Open” For Compromise With Republicans On “Human Infrastructure” Bill
GOP Minority Whip Sen. John Thune dismissed talk of a feud between former President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell during a FOX News interview on Sunday. Thune said that President Trump referring to McConnell as a “dumb son of a bitch” during a fundraiser this week, according to the Washington Post, is simply… Continue reading Sen. John Thune Dismisses Trump/McConnell Feud: “Part Of The Style And Tone” Of Trump
Governor Gretchen Whitmer told CBS News on Sunday that her state has more capacity to administer vaccines if the federal government provides more doses, warning that she is seeing a “surge” in cases despite mask mandates and strict guidelines. MARGARET BRENNAN: And I know, you know, taking up vaccines takes some time. But according to… Continue reading Michigan Gov. Whitmer Asks Feds For More Vaccine Doses: We Have A “Surge” Despite Mask Mandates, Capacity Limits
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Sunday that Republicans who oppose the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill on the grounds that the definition of “infrastructure” is being expanded can “agree to disagree” and “call it whatever they like” because it is “good policy.” “This bill, this package, both in terms of the individual parts and as a… Continue reading Buttigieg: Republicans Can Call Infrastructure Package “Whatever They Like” But It Is Good Policy
This week’s “Saturday Night Live” cold open mocked the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd. “Sounds like we all agree there’s no way Derek Chauvin walks away from this,” said host Kate McKinnon. “Hmm, well, uh…” black co-hosts Keenan Thompson and Ego Nwodim responded.