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January 2018

Trump Signs Bill to Reauthorize Surveillance Law

President Donald Trump signed into law Friday a reauthorization of a controversial intelligence directive. Trump tweeted the news Friday, one day after the Senate passed Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act by a 65-34 vote, reports Newsmax. The Hill: Trump Pushes Senate to Vote on 20-Week Abortion Ban Daily Caller: GOP Lawmakers Shocked by House […]

McConnell Warns GOP Senators Not to Join Democrats in Opposition to Spending Bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell urged his fellow Republicans not to oppose a short-term government spending bill and called the Democrats’ opposition to the legislation an “irresponsible position.” McConnell, R-Ky., issued the warning to his GOP colleagues in a letter sent Thursday, which was obtained by The Daily Beast. The Hill: Chamber Makes Case for Gas […]

White House Rips Jeff Flake’s ‘Outrageous’ Trump Attack

White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah ripped Sen. Jeff Flake’s speech on the Senate floor attacking President Donald Trump, calling the outgoing Arizona Republican’s remarks “bordering on outrageous,” reports Newsmax. Politico: DACA-Shutdown Talks Still Stalled After Kelly Meets With Dems The Hill: House Conservatives Demand Vote on Tough Border Bill to Avoid Shutdown Townhall: Bannon Strikes Deal […]

White House Doctor: ‘No Concerns’ About Trump’s Cognitive Ability

President Trump asked the White House doctor to perform a cognitive exam during his physical last week, despite the doctor’s determination that such testing wasn’t necessary, reports CNN. Politco: DNC Overhaul Struggles As Sanders-Clinton Rivalries Persist WashExaminer: Google Refers to Republican Senator David Perdue As ‘Lying, Unscrupulous Politician’ The Hill: House GOP Considers Adding Health Measures to Funding […]

Kentucky Becomes the First State Allowed to Impose Medicaid Work Requirement

A day after the Trump administration announced it would allow states to require poor people to work or get ready for jobs to receive Medicaid benefits, federal health officials granted Kentucky permission to impose such conditions, reports The Washington Post. Daily Caller: Leaky Schiff? Trump Accuses Democratic Lawmaker of Leaking Details of Russia Probe Free Beacon: 44% […]

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