Unlike trade wars, neither fun nor easy to win, at least for Republicans
“I don’t think we should be cavalier with this process or this term.”
Triggering the libs.
Don’t blame the filibuster.
Ryan: House vote tomorrow on bill ending family separation.
Bad news for Paul Ryan and his hopes of pulling together both moderates and conservatives, but not entirely a surprise …
Satisfying nobody, I’m sure
“this body is not well served by a protracted fight over such an important post.”
All of the above?
Jim Jordan enters the fray.
No more weekend Dad.
Pulling the ejection handle.
“The voices he listens to on Twitter are mocking him for being weak.”
“We have a system based upon the rule of law in this country…”
Stop delegating power.
“We are extremely worried about the consequences of a trade war…”
Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to introduce fiscal desolation
“I feel very good about Republicans.”
“Working out this deal and then saying she’s not going to vote for it? Come on. She was at the table.”
“Pelosi has to answer to angry members of her base, and try to placate them…”
“A dollar fifty is a dollar fifty.”
“I think we should disclose all this stuff. It’s the best disinfectant.”
“We’re not going to give in to this kind of brinksmanship…”
Insider: “A content farm for last-resort clickbait.”