John Barrasso

Senators from Texas, South Dakota and Wyoming may be among the contenders to replace Mitch McConnell as Senate GOP leader.
Bobbi Barrasso was a vocal advocate for addressing Wyoming's high suicide rate.
"You know that a president can't declassify documents by thinking about it," George Stephanopoulos told Sen. John Barrasso.
The Wyoming Republican instead praised Trump for bringing "a lot of energy to the party."
“I think we need to be honest with ourselves about what is going on here,” Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.) plans to say on the Senate floor Monday.
"Republicans, by the way, are guided by science," Sen. Bill Cassidy told the Native American congresswoman, despite his past vote rejecting climate science.
Turns out that Deb Haaland, a Native American lawmaker determined to tackle climate change, scares Republicans bankrolled by the oil and gas industry.
The longtime conservative will not be seeking reelection at the end of his fourth term.
The former White House chief strategist and Breitbart chief is looking to primary GOP incumbents in next year's midterm elections.