Mitch gets a breather.
“Congress has the freedom to pass this resolution and I have the duty to veto it.”
The first rule of First Veto Club is …
Veto here we come.
“The president is not above the law in any way.”
Duckworth: “Now whether we have enough for an overriding veto, now that’s a different story.”
“We’re talking about an invasion.”
“We certainly don’t want to see a shutdown.”
“He’ll consider any kind of reasonable proposition … there’s a general openness.”
“There could be a war within the Republican Party over the wall.”
“He has disrupted the holiday and family time of legislators for cynical politics…”
Change is coming
A screeching halt
Come at him, bro!
Be careful what you wish for
Not sure if this is a religious freedom argument, Governor
“Israelis do not need to be lectured about the importance of peace by foreign leaders.”
But is a shutdown imminent?
“I believe both parties will come together next week to make JASTA the law of the land.”
“The families will have the votes.”
We’re going to stop the war on women… unless it costs us any tax revenue, of course
Not over yet.
Let’s not make a Deal
No “pomp and circumstance”?
And the liberals are loving it
Get ready for the autopen.
Nice timing, Senator
Theater and capitulation.
A useful marker for extremism.
“…the Chicagoan brothers told the truth.”