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Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says he hopes people consider America's future when negotiating on Pres. Biden’s infrastructure plan. "Infrastructure is going to be huge, but it's got to get beyond traditional notions in order to be what we need it to be in the future."

House Democratic whip and top Biden advisor Rep. James Clyburn is fined $5,000 for failing to go through security

Interesting bit of theology here from Rep. James Clyburn in response to a question about religion and politics, saying Democratic Christians should read all of Matthew 25 — not just the section that refers to “the least of these.”

CNN’s @jaketapper : "Do you see the Georgia election law as the new Jim Crow?" Democratic Rep. James Clyburn: "Yes I do. No question about it." #CNNSOTU 

Democratic Rep. James Clyburn tells CNN's @donlemon  that he's not worried about Pres. Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan passing in Congress. "All business people want to see a flourishing, growing economy."

“This is a failure of leadership,” says Democratic Rep. James Clyburn on GOP Rep. Kevin McCarthy pushing back on efforts to remove Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from House committees. “He cannot divorce himself from Donald Trump.”

Former President George W. Bush credited Rep. James Clyburn with being the "savior" of the Democratic Party, telling the South Carolinian at the inauguration his endorsement allowed Joe Biden to win the party's presidential nomination.

Democratic Rep. James Clyburn urges President-elect Joe Biden to use executive powers to overcome GOP resistance.

“I have been really grappling with this trying to figure out exactly what would allow independent elected officials to be co-opted this way,” Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says when asked why GOP Rep. Kevin McCarthy will not publicly acknowledge that Joe Biden won the election.

“I have really been grappling with this trying to figure out exactly what would allow independent elected officials to be coopted this way,” Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says when asked why GOP Rep. Kevin McCarthy will not publicly acknowledge that Joe Biden won the election.

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Dave Rubin reacts to Rep. James Clyburn saying the ‘Defund the Police Movement’ hurt Democratic candidates. @foxandfriends  @RubinReport 

“I don’t think he plans to leave the White House. He doesn’t plan to have fair and unfettered elections. I believe that he plans to install himself in some kind of emergency way to continue to hold onto office,” Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says about Pres. Trump. #CNNSOTU 

"For him to ask them to stand down gives credence to them,” says Democratic Rep. James Clyburn about President Trump’s refusal to denounce the Proud Boys, a far-right group. “I’m still waiting on this man to denounce White supremacy, not just the Proud Boys.”

“I don’t think he plans to leave the White House. He doesn’t plan to have fair and unfettered elections. I believe that he plans to install himself in some kind of emergency way to continue to hold onto office,” Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says about Pres. Trump. #CNNSOTU 

“I don’t think he plans to leave the White House. He doesn’t plan to have fair and unfettered elections. I believe that he plans to install himself in some kind of emergency way to continue to hold onto office,” Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says about Pres. Trump. #CNNSOTU 

Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says he has “absolutely no confidence” that Attorney General William Barr will do a thorough and full investigation into the death of George Floyd. “This attorney general is not about to go about meeting out justice in a fair and impartial manner.”

Democratic Rep. James Clyburn on the possibility of a partisan vote: "I think the American people understand that this Republican party has given itself to this person. They are no longer a Republican party. They are Trump's party"

President Trump compared the impeachment inquiry to "a lynching." "I really believe this man is prone to inflammatory statements and that is one word no president ought to apply to himself," Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says.

House will vote as soon as Tuesday on a resolution to disapprove of the actions of Steve King, per Democratic sources. It is being proposed by Rep. James Clyburn. It is not as severe as a censure resolution that other Democrats - like Tim Ryan and Bobby Rush - are proposing.

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