Trump’s description in a testy 60 Minutes interview doesn’t bode well for the defense secretary’s longevity in the Trump Cabinet after the midterms.
The Florida Republican said the Saudis seem to be involved in the journalist’s disappearance and guaranteed “a very strong congressional response.”
The two moderates listened to the same testimony and came away with very different takes on Brett Kavanaugh.
The South Carolina Republican says Democrats are to blame for victimizing Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.
The Trump administration denies multiple news reports that the background investigation has been circumscribed, and says the FBI has free rein.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and UN Ambassador Nikki Haley appeared on Sunday morning’s news shows and took a hard line on Iran, but said the president would react favorably if Iran expressed interest in meeting.
The Sunday shows were filled with commentary on the 51-year-old research psychologist’s expected testimony against the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but no one could quite define what a fair hearing should look like.
Attorneys for the woman who has accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault said she would testify this week before the Senate Judiciary Committee without specifying a date or final terms.
Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and John Kennedy of Louisiana said on the Sunday shows that Mueller should be allowed to finish his investigation, as did Ken Starr and Chris Christie.
The FEMA administrator went on three talk shows to address his agency’s response to Hurricane Florence but found himself questioned about his job reportedly being in jeopardy and a spate of Trump tweets.
The vice president calls an anonymous anti-Trump op-ed in The New York Times “un-American” and says he’d take a polygraph “in a heartbeat” to prove he didn’t write it.
So said Senator Lindsey Graham on Fox News Sunday. The Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh “will give great deference to Roe v. Wade,” Graham predicted. “But it can be overturned, like every other decision.”
Invited guests lined up outside the Washington National Cathedral hours early for what became an unrivaled assemblage of official Washington to mourn the death of a father, a warrior, a senator, and a friend.
The Arizona senator joins three presidents and a host of other celebrated Americans who have had funeral services at the soaring Washington National Cathedral.