Chris Van Hollen

"Republicans are saying if they don't get things their way, they're going to blow up the economy," said Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.).
“I look forward to returning to work in the Senate later this week and thank the medical team for their excellent care," the Maryland Democrat said.
The nation's capital gets shafted once more by Congress.
The Senate has passed a $2 trillion dollar emergency aid bill to mitigate the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
The president complained that the Democratic senator's appearance on the cable network was "the beginning of the end for Fox.”
Sen. Chris Murphy's push for such an amendment stems from concern over President Trump's business interests in Turkey.
The Treasury secretary previously said he'd be happy to give Congress details on the process.
Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) called the attorney general a liar, and told him to his face that he had "betrayed" Americans' trust.
Obama and Trump were offering competing visions for the country in a split screen of campaigning on Sunday.
Various government agencies have been at work to ensure safe voting, but Trump himself rarely talks about the issue.