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A 70-year-old grandmother who spends 14 hours a day tweeting hundreds of messages in support of Donald Trump was reportedly flagged as a bot
An account that's been repeatedly flagged on Twitter belongs to Nina Tomasieski, a 70-year-old grandmother who tweets as many as 1,000 times a day in support of President Donald Trump,
Beijing pushed back after Congress passed the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act, insisting that this bill which aims to curb malign Chinese activities must not become law.
"So you’ve got this frustration of members that they can’t offer amendments, which is a problem for them personally, then you’ve got the committee chairmen that are disempowered, but then the way that you run this, the whole body is disempowered really," Brandon said.
As the 2018 midterm election season approaches this November, here are the country's most and least popular Republican, Democratic, and Independent senators, from Mitch McConnell to Bernie Sanders.
"Should the American people entrust us with the majority again in the 116th Congress, I plan to run for Speaker of the House to bring real change to the House of Representatives."
‘It’s an incoherent policy’: Republicans blast Trump’s coming aid of farmers caught up in his trade war, but largely look the ...
"It’s an incoherent policy. They have incoherent solutions," Sen. Bob Corker said. "They have not even attempted to sit down with people and work it out."
The Senate on Thursday voted unanimously (98-0) in favor of a resolution expressing Congress's opposition to the US government allowing Russia to question US officials.
Two top Democrats are calling on Congress to interview the interpreter for President Donald Trump in his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday in Helsinki, Finland.
The fight to replace Rep. Joe Crowley as the next chair of the House Democratic Caucus got an extra boost on Tuesday, when California Rep. and current Vice Chair Linda Sánchez announced her intent to run for the spot.
Facebook VP apologizes to pro-Trump vloggers Diamond & Silk, despite their misrepresentation of the dispute
A Facebook official publicly apologized to the right wing Trump supporting online personalities Diamond & Silk during a congressional hearing on Tuesday, despite the duo repeatedly misrepresenting the facts of their dispute earlier this year.