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Senate Republicans invoke 'nuclear option' over Gorsuch

Senate Republicans invoke 'nuclear option' over Gorsuch

Republican Senator Johnny Isakson missed the vote while recovering from back surgery. Friday morning, the Senate came together to confirm the 113th justice of the Supreme Court with a vote of 54-45. The seat earmarked for Garland is now going to Gorsuch, after Trump was made President. "I believe he will be a fine addition to the Supreme Court". But Republicans led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused to consider Garland in the Senate, arguing that the next president should choose ...



Republican Wins Congressional Seat in Kansas, 53-45%

For this and other reasons, it's a good idea to watch the voters in Kansas. Even fellow Republicans opined that Estes had run a lackluster campaign, and he was hurt by intense energy among Democrats, who were spurred to strong turnout by antipathy toward Trump and Sam Brownback, the state's deeply unpopular governor.



First lady Melania to move into White House

As first lady Melania Trump and son Barron Trump have been living in Trump Tower in New York City since Inauguration Day, the question of whether or not their move to the White House will be permanent is pretty valid. He smiled a lot but didn't say anything, even when Trump prodded him to deliver the signature "live from NY, it's Saturday night" intro. There have been stylish first ladies throughout the history of the United States, there have even been first ladies who were ...



'Unlikely' Russia had no knowledge of Syrian chemical attack

The US blamed the Assad regime for the attack and accused Russian Federation of trying to cover it up. "We do think it's important that Assad's departure is done in an orderly way", he continued. Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov blasted USA claims that it has "irrefutable evidence" of election interference. The talks got off to a frosty start, with the Russian politician branding the American cruise missile strike "illegal" and criticising "confusing and sometimes openly ...


Senate confirms Gorsuch for US Supreme Court

Senate confirms Gorsuch for US Supreme Court

He will be a great Justice". Popular Video People were so furious about this Pepsi ad that Pepsi pulled it after just one day. "When history weighs what happened, the responsibility for changing the rules will fall on the Republicans' and Leader McConnell's shoulders", said Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat.