“I object.” The Senate blocked an outright extension of the Patriot Act, and failed to pass the bipartisan USA Freedom Act, which would change some of the surveillance program early Saturday morning.
The California Democrat, who is currently running for Senate, used the gesture to jokingly distinguish between Indian Americans and Native Americans, in a meeting with Indian Americans.
…and George Stephanopoulos’s donation issues, young Hillary Clinton’s thoughts on privacy, and a fake letter in a Supreme Court brief.
The This Week anchor also donated to the foundation, which has come under scrutiny this year, in 2013.
“Those such as Secretary Clinton, who preach a message of international engagement and ‘smart power’ yet are not willing to stand up to special interests and support free trade.”
“And you’re drinkiiiiiiiiin’ Diet Pepsiiiiiii!”
(“Trackers” follow around political candidates and record what they’re saying.) I would give this a clever headline, but… that’s basically all you need to know.
Also: It took more than a week for anyone to notice.
This is the best presidential announcement!
The neurosurgeon-turned-conservative-figure will formally announce his candidacy for president on Monday in Detroit, but disclosed the news in a TV interview on Sunday.
And the conversation is much more positive, too, after hitting a rough patch during news about foreign donations and personal email. Rubio, meanwhile, gets a big boost.
The Florida senator made his much-anticipated run official Monday.
“I’m getting ready to do something too: I’m running for president,” Clinton announced in a campaign video.
Enthusiasm for Bush wasn’t super high on Facebook last week. And compared to other contenders like Walker and Rand, the sentiment for Bush has generally been lower all year.
What the conversation looks like about Gov. Mike Pence: Split and extremely active. There were 1 million interactions in Indiana alone.
Sen. Robert Menendez has been the subject of a federal investigation stemming from his relationship with a campaign donor.
Mike Pence is navigating a big public reaction to his state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which he just signed into law.
“We learned today, from her attorney, Secretary Clinton unilaterally decided to wipe her server clean and permanently delete all emails from her personal server,” says Rep. Trey Gowdy.
The perfect time for a Lincoln reference: your farewell speech after resigning from Congress amid a scandal over reimbursement of miles not traveled on a Chevy Tahoe.
“I’m the only one that beats Hillary Clinton in certain purple states.”