Republicans Throw In The Towel On The Wall

The eight prototypes for President Donald Trump’s US-Mexico border wall near San Diego (Guillermo Arias / AFP – Getty Images)

According to Fox News, some Members of Congress are already on Christmas vacation and don’t plan to return to Washington for votes.

Trump’s ‘Champion’ Should Be the Next U.S. House Minority Leader

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The time has come for the Trump White House and Republican Congressional leaders to finally get on the same page. The disconnect has been obvious for the last two years. Far too often in the last two years, the country saw a Republican President and a Republican-led House at odds over goals, strategies and tactics. 

Why the GOP Lost The House and How We Can Still Advance Our Priorities

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.), Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chairman, celebrate Tuesday at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Washington. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Washington Post)

Republicans shed a lot of dead weight last night. The party failed to provide a solution to the most important domestic issue of our time – healthcare – and to no one’s surprise, it cost them.

David’s Blog Entry #1

I appreciate what the President has been able to do on abortion regarding some executive orders, but Republicans in Congress have no intention of doing anything about abortion or abortion related funding. They purposely don’t put up a fight, when a fight is what’s mandated to make gains on this issue.

New ForAmerica Poll: Voters Across Ideological Spectrum Want New Blood In GOP Leadership

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“The data shows voters from diverse demographics are hungry for genuine change—an injection of new blood. If Republicans want to win, they must make clear to voters that their choice for Speaker is someone other than current Republican Leaders, someone who is fighting against DC’s Swamp culture and is consistently advocating for Trump’s agenda,” said ForAmerica President David Bozell.