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Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Thursday said that the number of Republicans who believe former President Trump will be reinstated as commander in chief later this year represents a “glaring warniSenate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Thursday said that the number of Republicans who believe former President Trump will be reinstated as commander in chief later this year represents

Schumer bemoans number of Republicans who believe Trump will be reinstated: 'A glaring warning' | TheHill

Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Thursday said that the number of Republicans who believe former President Trump will be reinstated as commander in chief later this year represents a “glaring warniSenate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Thursday said that the number of Republicans who believe former President Trump will be reinstated as commander in chief later this year represents

Schumer bemoans number of Republicans who believe Trump will be reinstated: 'A glaring warning' | TheHill

She's spent years building GOP ties that rival Sen. Joe Manchin's. The next few days will test whether that can translate to 60 votes for an infrastructure deal.

Kyrsten Sinema gets her make-or-break moment with Republicans - POLITICO

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Democratic U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday said he was open to considering a bipartisan infrastructure bill, but wanted to see it in writing - and added he might also push for a follow-up measure that had only his party's support. President Joe Biden's push for a sweeping $1.7 trillion package in Congress to revamp roads and bridges and tackle such other issues as education and home healthcare faced a setback https://www.reuters.com/world/us/biden-ambitions-infrastructure-voting-guns-hit-washington-buzz-saw-2021-06-09 earlier this week when Biden, a Democrat, rejected a far smaller proposal put forward by Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito. That left room for a new group of 10 moderate senators from the two parties to pitch a new idea designed to generate enough support to pass through the 100-seat Senate with the 60 votes necessary for most bills.WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Democratic U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday said he was open to considering a bipartisan infrastructure bill, but wanted to see it in writing - and added he might also push for a follow-up measure that had only his party's support. President Joe Biden's push for a sweeping $1.7 trillion package in Congress to revamp roads and bridges and tackle such other issues as education and home healthcare faced a setback https://www.reuters.com/world/us/biden-ambitions-infrastructure-voting-guns-hit-washington-buzz-saw-2021-06-09 earlier this week when Biden, a Democrat, rejected a far smaller proposal put forward by Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito. That left room for a new group of 10 moderate senators from the two parties to pitch a new idea designed to generate enough support to pass through the 100-seat Senate with the 60 votes necessary for most bills.

U.S. Senate's Schumer will 'look at' bipartisan infrastructure pitch

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The former president can be magnanimous when he wants to be.The former president can be magnanimous when he wants to be.

Opinion | How Trump can flip the Senate with one phone call - The Washington Post

If Sen. Kyrsten Sinema won't reform the filibuster, maybe the queen of bipartisanship can line up 10 GOP votes to pass key legislation.If Sen. Kyrsten Sinema won't reform the filibuster, maybe the queen of bipartisanship can line up 10 GOP votes to pass key legislation.

If Kyrsten Sinema won't reform the filibuster, maybe she'll do this?

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Republican senators who are negotiating within a bipartisan group of 10 senators say they have reached a tentative deal on the size of an infrastructure package and how to pay for it.Republican senators who are negotiating within a bipartisan group of 10 senators say they have reached a tentative deal on the size of an infrastructure package and how to pay for it.

GOP senators say bipartisan group has infrastructure deal | TheHill

Republican senators who are negotiating within a bipartisan group of 10 senators say they have reached a tentative deal on the size of an infrastructure package and how to pay for it.Republican senators who are negotiating within a bipartisan group of 10 senators say they have reached a tentative deal on the size of an infrastructure package and how to pay for it.

GOP senators say bipartisan group has infrastructure deal | TheHill

The senator from Arizona is better at upsetting Democrats than working with Republicans | United StatesThe senator from Arizona is better at upsetting Democrats than working with Republicans | United States

Kyrsten Sinema’s technicolour moderation | The Economist

"Our democracy is too important to be sacrificed at the altar of archaic and anti-democratic Senate procedures such as the filibuster," the group told th..."Our democracy is too important to be sacrificed at the altar of archaic and anti-democratic Senate procedures such as the filibuster," the group told th...

Arizona Democrats Plead With Kyrsten Sinema To Ax Filibuster, Pass Voting Rights Act | HuffPost

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Members of a Senate group negotiating a fallback infrastructure plan say they will avoid tax increases but include climate-related spending.Members of a Senate group negotiating a fallback infrastructure plan say they will avoid tax increases but include climate-related spending.

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Five Senate Republicans are alleging "unequal" treatment by the Department of Justice in its handling of criminal prosecutions for those who breached the Capitol on Jan.Five Senate Republicans are alleging "unequal" treatment by the Department of Justice in its handling of criminal prosecutions for those who breached the Capitol on Jan.

GOP senators press Justice Department to compare protest arrests to Capitol riot | TheHill

Five Senate Republicans are alleging "unequal" treatment by the Department of Justice in its handling of criminal prosecutions for those who breached the Capitol on Jan.Five Senate Republicans are alleging "unequal" treatment by the Department of Justice in its handling of criminal prosecutions for those who breached the Capitol on Jan.

GOP senators press Justice Department to compare protest arrests to Capitol riot | TheHill

Senate majority leader to embark on strategy demonstrating how Republicans have all but turned the filibuster into a weaponSenate majority leader to embark on strategy demonstrating how Republicans have all but turned the filibuster into a weapon

Schumer plans to force key votes to win over Democratic holdouts on filibuster | US Senate | The Guardian

Democratic frustrations over drawn-out infrastructure negotiations boiled over on Wednesday after one failed bipartisan effort gave way to new talks, with grim prospects of bridging a chasm between the two parties.Progressive and moderate Democrats warn that they may not support a deal that fails to invest enough in clean energy to combat climate change.

Democratic frustrations flare over flailing infrastructure negotiations

Democrats wouldn't go as far to say they've reached a final compromise.Democrats wouldn't go as far to say they've reached a final compromise.

Republican senators claim “tentative” bipartisan infrastructure deal - Axios

We know what caused the insurrection. What we need to do is convince millions of Americans that the election was not stolen from Donald Trump.We know what caused the insurrection. What we need to do is convince millions of Americans that the election was not stolen from Donald Trump.

We never needed a Jan. 6 Commission. We need a Nov. 3 Commission. This is why | Bruce Ledewitz | Pennsylvania Capital-Star

Democratic lawmakers are splitting apart over whether it makes sense to continue negotiating with Republicans on a scaled-down infrastructure package after President Biden ended talks with Sen.Democratic lawmakers are splitting apart over whether it makes sense to continue negotiating with Republicans on a scaled-down infrastructure package after President Biden ended talks with Sen.

Bipartisan talks sow division among Democrats | TheHill

Democratic lawmakers are splitting apart over whether it makes sense to continue negotiating with Republicans on a scaled-down infrastructure package after President Biden ended talks with Sen.Democratic lawmakers are splitting apart over whether it makes sense to continue negotiating with Republicans on a scaled-down infrastructure package after President Biden ended talks with Sen.

Bipartisan talks sow division among Democrats | TheHill

Most of the questions tossed at Chuck Schumer during his weekly news conference were about the Democratic agenda’s apparent stuck-in-the-mud status.Most of the questions tossed at Chuck Schumer during his weekly news conference were about the Democratic agenda’s apparent stuck-in-the-mud status.

Manchin Again at the Center of Democrats' Agenda Troubles | Time

If it's "pretty clear the era of bipartisanship is over," is the Senate minority leader prepared to talk about who ended it?If it's "pretty clear the era of bipartisanship is over," is the Senate minority leader prepared to talk about who ended it?

The wrong guy to whine about the end of 'the era of bipartisanship'

Too many Republicans support it, and too many Americans don’t want to investigate or prosecute it.Too many Republicans support it, and too many Americans don’t want to investigate or prosecute it.

Americans are dangerously divided on Jan. 6 insurrection.

A bipartisan Senate group is taking tax increases off the table as lawmakers try to craft an infrastructure proposal after GOP talks with the White House collapsed Tuesday.A bipartisan Senate group is taking tax increases off the table as lawmakers try to craft an infrastructure proposal after GOP talks with the White House collapsed Tuesday.

Bipartisan Senate group rules out tax hikes on infrastructure | TheHill

A bipartisan Senate group is taking tax increases off the table as lawmakers try to craft an infrastructure proposal after GOP talks with the White House collapsed Tuesday.A bipartisan Senate group is taking tax increases off the table as lawmakers try to craft an infrastructure proposal after GOP talks with the White House collapsed Tuesday.

Bipartisan Senate group rules out tax hikes on infrastructure | TheHill

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sparred Wednesday on the Senate floor over Democrats' legislative agenda, which McConnell alleged is "designed to fail" so Schumer can convince other Democrats to end the filibuster.Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sparred Wednesday on the Senate floor over Democrats' legislative agenda, which McConnell alleged is "designed to fail" so Schumer can convince other Democrats to end the filibuster.

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on Thursday that Republicans "haven't given up hope" for a bipartisan infrastructure deal with the Biden administration, even after the White House ended talks earlier this week with a group of Republicans.Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on Thursday that Republicans "haven't given up hope" for a bipartisan infrastructure deal with the Biden administration, even after the White House

McConnell: 'Good chance' for infrastructure deal after talks unravel | TheHill

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on Thursday that Republicans "haven't given up hope" for a bipartisan infrastructure deal with the Biden administration, even after the White House ended talks earlier this week with a group of Republicans.Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on Thursday that Republicans "haven't given up hope" for a bipartisan infrastructure deal with the Biden administration, even after the White House

McConnell: 'Good chance' for infrastructure deal after talks unravel | TheHill

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UPDATE 2-Republicans See Progress in Bipartisan U.S. Infrastructure TalksRepublican members of a bipartisan group trying to forge a new deal to boost U.S. infrastructure reported some progress on Thursday after their Senate leader Mitch McConnell told them he was open to such a plan. President Joe Biden's push for a sweeping $1.7 trillion...

UPDATE 2-Republicans See Progress in Bipartisan U.S. Infrastructure Talks | Newsmax.com

Although Democrats have had a majority in the U.S. Senate since January, it is a narrow one — and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has made it abundantly clear that he isn't shy about using the filibuster to thwart President Joe Biden's legislative agenda. Journalist Hugo Lowell, reporting in ...Although Democrats have had a majority in the U.S. Senate since January, it is a narrow one — and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has made it abundantly clear that he isn't shy about using the filibuster to thwart President Joe Biden's legislative agenda. Journalist Hugo Lowell, reporting in ...

Inside Chuck Schumer's strategy for pushing centrist Democrats to end the filibuster: report - Raw Story - Celebrating 17 Years of Independent Journalism

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The first episode of Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) summer floor vote series meant to highlight Republican obstruction and frustrate the…Manchin Left ‘Disappointed’ As Schumer Begins Series Of Floor Votes To Maximize Filibuster Pain

Manchin Left ‘Disappointed’ As Schumer Begins Series Of Floor Votes To Maximize Filibuster Pain

Rush Limbaugh, America's Anchorman and Doctor of Democracy, is known as the pioneer of AM radio. Limbaugh revolutionized the media and political landscape with his unprecedented combination o f serious discussion of political, cultural and social issues along with satirical and biting humor.None of us are clamoring for the unpopular Democrat agenda, so they can't get the votes on priorities like H.R. 1.

Come On, Man! Biden Detonates the Infrastructure Talks - The Rush Limbaugh Show

President Joe Biden embarked on his first foreign trip on Wednesday, leaving behind an uncertain domestic agenda with many of his most ambitious pledges on the U.S. economy, civil rightsPresident Joe Biden embarked on his first foreign trip on Wednesday, leaving behind an uncertain domestic agenda with many of his most ambitious pledges on the U.S. economy, civil rights

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Speaking to Fox News, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) evaded the question of whether he would "welcome" former President Donald Trump's involvement come midterm elections in 2022. "Well, he has his own agenda," McConnell said

McConnell on Whether He'll Welcome Trump's Involvement in Midterm Elections: "Well, He Has His Own Agenda"

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Biden's order to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) signals that the president's patience for negotiating with the Republicans is drying up.Biden's order to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) signals that the president's patience for negotiating with the Republicans is drying up.

Biden tells Schumer to prepare party-line vote for infrastructure - New York Daily News

"The era of bipartisanship is over," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said during a press conference on Tuesday, noting that Democrats have little interest in working with the GOP."The era of bipartisanship is over," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said during a press conference on Tuesday, noting that Democrats have little interest in working with the GOP.

WATCH: McConnell slams Schumer for ending 'era of bipartisanship' | The Post Millennial

"The era of bipartisanship is over," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said during a press conference on Tuesday, noting that Democrats have little interest in working with the GOP."The era of bipartisanship is over," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said during a press conference on Tuesday, noting that Democrats have little interest in working with the GOP.

WATCH: McConnell slams Schumer for ending 'era of bipartisanship' | The Post Millennial - News, Politics, Culture, and Lifestyle

After talks collapsed with Republican Sen. Capito, Biden is turning to a new bipartisan working group that includes Joe Manchin and Mitt Romney.After talks collapsed with Republican Sen. Capito, Biden is turning to a new bipartisan working group that includes Joe Manchin and Mitt Romney.

Democrats Prepared to Move on As Bipartisan Infrastructure Talks Collapse

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Tuesday said Republicans will attempt to block Democrats' June agenda, including ...Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Tuesday said Republicans will attempt to block Democrats' June agenda, including ...

McConnell: Republicans Will Block Democrats’ Agenda This Month

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Barely hours after Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blasted President Joe Biden and declared “the era of bipartisanship is over” his Senate GOP caucus filibustered a bill that would have helped close the gender pay gap and ensure women are paid as much as men. The Paycheck Fairness Act failed to pass a cloture vote, by […]

Senate Republicans Use Filibuster to Kill Bill That Would Ensure Women Are Paid as Much as Men

While they prepared to filibuster the bill to set up a January 6 commission, many Republicans senators cited the coming report from two Senate committees as…Pelosi Continues Push For Senate To Pass Jan. 6 Commission As GOP Declares New Report Enough

Pelosi Continues Push For Senate To Pass Jan. 6 Commission As GOP Declares New Report Enough

In a Thursday appearance on Fox News Channel's "America's Newsroom," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) sounded off on former President Donald Trump's involvement in the upcoming midterm elections. | ClipsIn a Thursday appearance on Fox News Channel's "America's Newsroom," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) sounded off on former President Donald Trump's involvement in the upcoming midterm elections. | Clips

McConnell on Trump's Involvement in Midterms: 'He Has His Own Agenda'

Democratic U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday said he was open to considering a bipartisan infrastructure bill, but wanted to see it in writing - and added he might also push for a follow-up measure that had only his party's support.Democratic U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday said he was open to considering a bipartisan infrastructure bill, but wanted to see it in writing - and added he might also push for a follow-up measure that had only his party's support.

U.S. Senate’s Schumer will ‘look at’ bipartisan infrastructure pitch | Reuters

“My view is we are going to focus on this administration and the future,” the Senate minority leader lawmaker deflected. “My view is we are going to focus on this administration and the future,” the Senate minority leader lawmaker deflected.

Mitch McConnell Punts on Whether He’d ‘Welcome’ Trump’s Help: ‘He Has His Own Agenda’