Washington, particularly Congress, hasn’t done big things for a long time, ground down by partisan infighting, polarizing extremes and an increasingly skeptical public.
Speculation about Sanders’ candidacy intensified Wednesday morning when his campaign manager, Faiz Shakir, said the senator was “having conversations with supporters to assess his campaign.”
Trump declares national emergency but continues to claim that none of the delays dealing with the threat is his fault or responsiblity.
The resistance to Trump’s proposals is meeting bipartisan opposition and even White House aides admit they were surprised and caught off guard by his plans.
The rush to fight the coronavirus virus considers funding that doubles or triples the amount requested by Donald Trump, who is criticized for not providing enough.
If he is on the presidential election ballot, he could hurt the chances of Democratic wins in the House.
With luck, Trump will talk himself into another crisis while claiming an exoneration that didn’t happen.
Two Republicans put the nation above partisanship but the rest took a hike.