U.S. Senate leaders look to work with White House to block Moore
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Tuesday that he wanted to work with the White House to explore ways to keep embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore from taking office if he wins a special election in Alabama.
The White House is sharing President Donald Trump's thoughts on if Roy Moore should drop out of the Alabama Senate race due to allegations of sexual misconduct. NBC News Reports that White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump — who declined to comment on Moore yesterday when...
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Ex-Ukip leader and Brexit activist Nigel Farage spoke to Newsweek about his relationship with former Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon, and his regrets on backing former U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.. Source: Newsweek -
Senate Republicans are openly unhappy with the White House’s
treatment of Arizona Senator John McCain, who is in the final stages of brain cancer.
This is casting a shadow over the party ahead of a.. Source: Wochit -