Because she never wanted it to work
Plus: Consumer spending rose again in June, but …
Trump: GOP proposal “semi-irrelevant.”
Pottery Barn rule now in effect
“I cannot see why the Democratic Leader talks right past Senator Scott as if he were not leading this discussion, as if he were barely here.”
Assuming she survives 2020 …
“We ought to go back to the regular order of things.”
“We’re not interested in revenue replacement for state governments.”
“I think we will be able to pass this today.”
“Identity politics and the social pork barrel trump jobs and business solvency.”
“Small business money issue is something that’s more front and center with the public…”
Where’s the Brave Sir Robin Congress?
“The choice is remote Congress or no Congress”? Not exactly.
Will Pelosi even call a vote?
What about the still-employed?
“We have a bipartisan agreement on the largest rescue package in American history.”
NYT, for the moment: “Emergency Economic Rescue Plan in Limbo as Democrats Block Action.”
“All of the sudden the Democratic leader and the speaker of the House shows up, and we’re back to square one.”
Schumer: “I should not have used the words I used yesterday. They did not come out the way I intended to.”
“There can be few things worse in a civilized, law abiding nation…”
“This isn’t as bad as 1968, but it’s pretty damn bad.”
Flip a coin, maybe?
Boltin’ on Bolton?
“A cloud of unfairness” that dates much, much farther back.
Are you still here? It’s over!
Could it be … bipartisan?
How the times do change
“All I’m asking of Schumer is that we treat Trump the same way we treated Clinton.”
The Slotkin Strategy.
“Why do you think more Americans don’t agree that this is the right thing to do? And what more can you say?”
4 pm ET with Duane Patterson!
Come on, man.
Graham: “Constitutional extortion.”
“I think action needs to be taken.”
Don’t bother. It’s too late
“Much smaller service, much higher prices.”