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Republicans in Congress were in on Trump’s coup plot

Two and a half years ago, Special Counsel Robert Muller submitted his report in which he declared that Donald Trump did not engage in a criminal conspiracy with agents of the Russian government who had interfered in the 2016 election on his behalf. Numerous members of Trump’s campaign were indicted on various related and unrelated…

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Senate Republicans split on how to approach Biden’s Supreme Court vacancy

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans are torn about how to approach the impending Supreme Court vacancy under President Joe Biden, with some launching attacks out of the gate even as others voice openness to supporting his yet-to-be-named nominee.Numerous Republicans have criticized Biden’s campaign promise to pick a Black woman for the role, which he recently vowed…

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Senate Republicans: Don’t let states choose where to spend broadband money

Senate Republicans are crying foul over a Biden administration plan to fund broadband deployment in regions that are already served with 25Mbps download and 3Mbps upload speeds. The US Treasury Department’s recently issued final rule for distributing American Rescue Plan money eliminated an interim requirement that blocked broadband funds in areas that already have wired…

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Republicans are scared of the GOP’s agenda

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, who recently bowed out of a much-anticipated U.S. Senate bid, revealed that he was “bothered” after conversations with dozens of Republican Senators, who apparently wanted him to be a “roadblock” until the GOP retakes the White House. Sununu told The Washington Examiner this month that he was initially “pretty close” to…

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What does it mean if Republicans refuse to debate?

Last week, the Republican National Committee announced its plans to prohibit Republican presidential candidates from participating in the official general election debates sponsored by the bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates.  According to a New York Times report, there were plenty of complaints on both sides of this conflict, too. RNC officials objected to the timing…

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Republicans Overtook Democrats In 2021 As Share Of Americans Identifying With GOP Shot Up, Poll Finds

Topline Which political parties Americans identify with shifted wildly over the course of 2021, Gallup polling throughout the year found, as adults became more likely to identify with Republicans than Democrats as the year went on and President Joe Biden’s approval rating fell—a trend that could prove important as the 2022 midterm elections approach. A…

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Why Republicans Take Jan. 6 Less seriously than Other Americans

Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly polling roundup. Historically, Americans haven’t disagreed on the seriousness of national tragedies — think Sept. 11, 2001. But that’s not the case with the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.  Yes, one year later, more than 70 percent of Americans still regard Jan. 6 as a bad…

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California Republicans are on the Retreat

Shifting tides after the attempted recall vote show that voters are concerned more with policy than with rhetoric. January 7, 2022 As the new year got underway, conservative radio host and onetime California gubernatorial hopeful Larry Elder announced that he wouldn’t run against Gavin Newsom in the 2022 election. The decision was met with something…

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Republicans love unemployment insurance, but only if it supports antivaxxer

Republicans are constantly concerned about how unemployment insurance could lead to societal ruin; they strive to restrict it, arguing that making it too generous could make not having a job more appealing than having one, and derail the economy. Amid a global pandemic, congressional Republicans lobbied hard against a lifesaving and poverty-reducing federal boost to…

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Is this seriously who Republicans want representing Georgia instead of Raphael Warnock?

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