President Trump blames Democratic intransigence for confirmation delays. But vetting choices made by his staff after the election are also to blame.
The president seemed to dismiss Bill O’Reilly’s urging to “look at the data” on voter fraud
Voting rights advocates have expressed concern that Trump’s actions would enable strict new voting laws intended to keep people from the polls.
A handful of Senate Democrats are at the center of the coming fight over President Trump’s Supreme Court pick, with Republicans and their allies aiming ads at centrists up for re-election and liberals encouraging the lawmakers to fight the president’s agenda.
President Donald Trump’s heated rush to launch what he said would be a “major investigation” into voter fraud has cooled, leaving White House staff uncertain when it will come to pass or what shape it will take. An executive action commissioning the probe is still planned…
Sen. John McCain, famously independent-minded and fresh from his own resounding re-election victory, has served notice that he is the Republican lawmaker most willing to defy the new Republican president, Gerald F. Seib writes.
The Texas man cited by Trump has been roundly criticized.