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8) The math always matters. This likely means Democrats don’t need to court a Republican to vote yes. And, Democrats probably don’t need Vice President Harris to come to Capitol Hill to cast a tie-breaking vote. Once the Senate passes the bill, the measure goes back to the House

11) They could wind up passing the bill with only 50 Democrats – and Vice President Harris breaking the tie. However, it’s not out of the question that Democrats could marshal the vote of a Republican or two for the bill.

The Republican lawmakers met with the president and vice president to discuss recent developments involving semiconductor production.

3) The hand-wringing over Tanden shows the perils of confirming President Biden’s nominees and passing legislation. If Democrats stick together, they can be fine with assistance from Vice President Harris on a tie-breaking vote or if they can score support from a Republican or so

I) Sens. Kysten Sinema (D-AZ) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) oppose raising the minimum wage in this bill. Without Republican support, all 50 Senate Democrats must stick together and potentially have Vice President Harris break the tie.

“I said, ‘Mr. President, they’ve taken the vice president out. They want me to get off the phone, I gotta go.” Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama recounted the phone conversation to reporters during the Capitol riot. Trump did nothing.

“I said, ‘Mr. President, they’ve taken the vice president out. They want me to get off the phone, I gotta go.” Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama recounted the phone conversation to reporters during the Capitol riot. Trump did nothing.

Trump's lawyer said during the trial Q&A that "at no point" was Trump aware that Vice President Mike Pence was in danger during the riot. But Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville told reporters he told Trump that Pence had just been rushed away

Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama is standing by his account that he told then-President Donald Trump that Vice President Mike Pence was being evacuated from the Senate during the Capitol riot.

Growing more clear that Donald Trump stood back and stood by while Vice President, Speaker of the House, 2012 Republican nominee and others in Congress were all in immediate danger of being assassinated or taken hostage. What other President in history would have allowed that?

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Donald Trump put his own Vice President's life in danger. It's as clear as day, and it's wild to me that Republican politicians are just gonna shrug that off.

President of the United States has incited this danger of violence at the Capitol. This is the Frankenstein monster that the Vice President and Republican leaders have abetted and cosseted for four brutal years. They will have to answer to history.

Vice President@mike_pence  says "Come Jan. 5th, we are going to hold the line in the Senate and reelect a Republican majority, as our election continues we are going to keep fighting until every legal vote is counted and every illegal vote is thrown out."

Republican Senators don’t have to like the results of the election. But they have a duty to confer legitimacy on them. They have a solemn responsibility to accept them. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be the next President and Vice President of the United States.

Republican Senator@lisamurkowski  of Alaska just issued a statement: “President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have crossed the 270-vote threshold needed to be declared our elected President and Vice President. I congratulate them on their victory.”

A Republican-led Senate inquiry into corruption allegations against Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, involving Ukraine found no evidence of wrongdoing by the former vice president.

Daniel Cameron, Kentucky's Republican AG, just delivered a stinging rebuke of VP Biden saying: "Mr. Vice President, look at me. I am black. We are not all the same, sir. I am not in chains. My mind is my own. And you can't tell me how to vote because of the color of my skin."

@AP  Exclusive: A federal grand jury in New York is investigating whether top Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy used his position as vice chair of President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee to drum up foreign business deals.

For the first time since Roe v. Wade, America has a Pro-Life President, a Pro-Life Vice President, a Pro-Life House of Representatives and 25 Pro-Life Republican State Capitals!

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