Sen. Josh Hawley: "It is imperative for future Congresses, for the future of the country, that the Constitution not be subverted in this rush by Speaker Pelosi and Senate Democrats, House Democrats to remove this president from office without evidence, on no basis."
Baffling: Congresses and White Houses often clash over document production. Standoffs last for months, years. But in this case, Dems quickly move to impeach the president in part because he won't turn over a document, and then he turns over the document. What then?
For six years, Republicancongresses rejected proposals from for major investments in infrastructure. Now Dems say has agreed in principle to a $2 trillion plan. Will he bring along?
.: "None of us have covered ourselves in glory. This Congress and this administration likely will go down as one of the most fiscally irresponsible administrations and congresses that we've had." Watch full video here:
The tax bill, as written, will eventually give 83 percent of its benefits to the top 1 percent. The GOP defense of the bill is that this is so awful future Congresses will reverse it. I repeat: that's their DEFENSE of the bill