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Aug 03 2016
The Republican presidential nominee turned Paul Ryan's words from earlier this year around on the House speaker, saying he was 'just not quite there yet.'Christian Science Monitor
Aug 03 2016
If Donald Trump wins in November, his most powerful Republican ally in Washington will be House Speaker Paul Ryan -- at least, that's the plan.CNN (Online News)
Aug 03 2016
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has secured the endorsement of House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), but the Manhattan billionaire isn’t ready to reciprocate.The Blaze
Dec 03 2021
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
Perhaps the greatest political irony of recent times may soon come our way, in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s decision on the fate of Roe vs Wade next summer followed by the outcome of the congressional midterm elections a few months later.
Up until now, it has appeared that a combination of historical trends, Covid persistence and dramatically-altered debatesDan Schnur
Jan 13 2021
Concerns are growing over security threats surrounding President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration next week after the attack on the Capitol rattled the country's confidence and put scrutiny on law enforcement and safety in Washington.
Last week's siege, in which a pro-Trump mob breached the Capitol and was overheard hunting for Vice President Pence and Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), hasThe Hill
Feb 11 2021
House impeachment managers emphasize the danger to Pence and other top officials in harrowing retelling of Jan. 6 attack
House impeachment managers on Wednesday led a rapt U.S. Senate on a harrowing retelling of the terror that engulfed the Capitol last month, sharing shocking new audio and video recordings of rioters declaring their intent to harm Vice President Mike Pence and other top officials — and showing how close they came to doing so.
The House Democrats, led by lead manager Jamie B. Raskin (D-MdWashington Post
Jul 22 2020
The House on Wednesday will vote on removing Confederate statues from the Capitol, with Democrats saying "shameful reminders of systemic racism" no longer should be honored inside the home of U.S. democracy.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and members of the Congressional Black Caucus made the moral case for removing the statues that have symbolized America's history of slavery andFox News (Online News)
Aug 22 2017
Speaker Paul D. Ryan condemned President Trump’s blaming of “both sides” for last week’s violence in Charlottesville, Va., but argued during a town hall on Monday night that the president had since repaired the damage he had done.New York Times (News)
Jul 20 2020
The Trump administration is preparing to roll out a plan this week to send military-style federal assault squads already in Portland, Oregon, into other cities, warned White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, who only named locations with Democratic mayors.
Attorney General William Barr is “weighing in on that” with acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, Meadows said Sunday onHuffPost
May 12 2020
House Democrats released their latest bill Tuesday designed to blunt the coronavirus pandemic’s devastating effects on the economy and health-care system.
Party leaders expect to vote on the more-than-1,800-page package on Friday, along with a plan to allow proxy voting on legislation during the crisis. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday said Congress had a “momentous opportunity”CNBC