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Feb 17 2020
This Abridge News topic aggregates four unique arguments on different sides of the debate. Here are the quick facts to get you started:
THE QUICK FACTSOn Monday, February 10th, the Trump Administration released its $4.8 trillion budget proposal for 2021. It is expected to be rejected by Congress.The plan proposes steep cuts to domestic programs such as Medicaid Abridge News
Nov 30 2012
When they leaked it to reporters on Thursday, House Republicans deemed the White House offer to avert the "fiscal cliff" to be a "joke," an "insult" and "a complete break from reality." The Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell, let it be known that he "burst into laughter" when he heard the plan, which included $1.6 trillion in tax increases and $400 billion in future, unspecifiedCBS News (Online)
Dec 13 2016
For more than 50 years, it's been a tradition at the White House — a concise daily intelligence briefing, presented to the president and a small group of top officials.
It is also tradition for the winner of the presidential election to start receiving the same briefing during his transition, as a way to start preparing for the world he will face once he moves into the Oval Office.NPR (Online News)
Nov 07 2014
House Speaker John Boehner said President Barack Obama could get "burned" if he uses executive action to help undocumented immigrants.CNN (Online News)
Dec 12 2016
Michelle Malkin says the elite media are out of touch with the America that propelled Donald Trump into the White House.
The conservative commentator and host of CRTV.com’s “Michelle Malkin Investigates” explained why in the latest episode of “The Jamie Weinstein Show” podcast, where she also discussed her thoughts on Trump’s election victory, immigration, fake news and much more.The Daily Caller
Sep 29 2015
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) offered an explanation as to why outgoing House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) unexpectedly announced last week that he would resign from Congress at the end of next month.The Blaze
Oct 12 2013
Congressional Republicans rushed late Friday to develop a new plan for reopening the government and avoiding a first-ever default in hopes of crafting a strategy that can win the support of the White House before financial markets open Monday.
Talks on Capitol Hill advanced with a new urgency after President Obama rejected House Speaker John A. Boehner’s (R) offer to raise the debtWashington Post
Dec 27 2022
Congressman-elect George Santos, a Republican recently elected to represent New York’s 3rd Congressional District, admitted to lying about key parts of his résumé — including false claims that he graduated from New York’s Baruch College and had worked for Goldman Sachs and Citigroup. He still intends to serve his term in the House, which has not yet begun.
For Context: The admissions,Washington Post The Hill Washington Examiner
Aug 08 2013
According the NBC White House Correspondent Chuck Todd, the answer is yes.Townhall
Aug 22 2019
President Trump is standing by a new rule that would allow the government to detain migrant families indefinitely while their asylum claims are being processed, and critics are pushing back.
The new Department of Homeland Security policy would effectively end the practice of "catch and release" at the border, but immigration advocates and Democrats say it would cause more problems thanCBN