Trump Won’t Be Paying His Respects To John Lewis At Capitol Hill

By David Moye POLITICS 07/27/2020 03:36 pm ET Thousands of people are expected to visit Capitol Hill to pay respects to congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis, but President Donald Trump won’t be one of them. “No, I won’t be going,” the president told reporters Monday. “No.” “I won’t

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House Passes Bill to Make DC the 51st State, but GOP Opposition Means Bill Unlikely to Advance Further

Nicholas Wu USA TODAY June 26, 2020 WASHINGTON – The Democratic-led House of Representatives passed a bill Friday that would make Washington, D.C., the 51st state, though Republicans and the White House have voiced their opposition to the measure. The bill, aptly named “H.R. 51,” passed on a mostly party-line vote of 232-180. One Democrat, Rep. Collin

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Trump Called Out To His Face After Blaming Obama For ‘Broken’ Coronavirus Tests

05/01/2020 04:41 am ET By Ed Mazza President Donald Trump blamed his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, on Thursday for leaving him with faulty tests for coronavirus infections. “The last administration left us nothing,” Trump said. “We started off with bad, broken tests and obsolete tests.” But Obama left office in 2017

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Lawmakers Pass Bill Allowing Confederate Monument Removals

SARAH RANKIN Associated Press March 8, 2020, 1:26 PM EDT RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Some of Virginia’s scores of Confederate monuments could soon be removed under legislation state lawmakers approved Sunday. The Democratic-led House and Senate passed measures that would undo an existing state law that protects the monuments and

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Trump Awakening The ‘Sleeping Giant’ Of Latino Voter Engagement In Arizona

03/05/2020 08:41 pm ET by S.V. Date PHOENIX ― Even as Donald Trump’s campaign boasts about “expanding the map” this year to win Minnesota, Oregon and New Mexico ― states he lost in 2016 ― the president recently found himself campaigning to hold the home state of Barry Goldwater, John

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GOP Sends Black Georgia Congresswoman Rep. Lucy McBath a “For Sale” Sign with Her Name On It

By Luke Darby February 26, 2020 At Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg got a little too honest. Referring to the wave of newly elected congressional Democrats who flipped control of the House of Representatives in 2018, Bloomberg said, “Twenty-one of those were people that I spent

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Trump Singles Out 4 Congresswomen Of Color, 2 Jewish Lawmakers As ‘Democrat Savages’

09/28/2019 10:41 pm ET By Mary Papenfuss President Donald Trump attacked “Democrat savages” in a vicious new tweet Saturday following the launch of a formal impeachment inquiry — and specifically referred to four congresswomen of color and Jewish lawmakers Rep. Jerry Nadler (N.Y.) and Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.). He singled

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Bob Johnson, BET Founder, Praises Trump, Says Democrats Have Moved “Too Far Left”

by  Samara Lynn July 9, 2019 Black Enterprise Magazine In an interview with CNBC, America’s first black billionaire and the founder of BET, Robert L. Johnson weighed in on what he sees as problems with the Democratic Party. “The party in my opinion, for me personally, has moved too far

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Andrew Gillum on Trump ‘Thief’ Attack: ‘Never Wrestle With a Pig’

The Daily Beast Florida’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Andrew Gillum, hit back against President Trump late Monday after the president called him a “stone cold thief” in a Fox News interview. Trump had claimed Florida “will become Venezuela” if Gillum wins the election, telling Fox News’ Laura Ingraham that he is

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