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The president aired doubts about Russian meddling in order to stick it to Vladimir Putin, Sen. Mike Rounds hypothesized.
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“Stop acting like a chucklehead," Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) said.
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This comes the same week the EPA, amid Pruitt's ballooning ethics scandals, rolled back the federal government's only major climate policy.
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Being cut out of the loop on Russia could be a good thing for the nation's second-in-command.
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Beneath the white sheets of racism, you often find an integrationist, more scared of losing an election than following a conscience.
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Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) calls the situation with Donald Trump unfortunate, but says that even if his failure to condemn the KKK was not a mistake, he's still better that Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
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Republicans like McConnell love to talk about bureaucrats gumming up the works. But what they really want is to get government out of the business of protecting consumers and workers from unscrupulous corporations, too many of whom will take every chance they get to maximize profits without concern for the dangers those risks pose to the rest of us.
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Despite the late outside money blitz, Lieu won the election in a strong Democratic district by a wide margin. To boost Upton
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He pointed to the Michigan House race between Upton, chairman of the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee, and challenger
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Independent candidate Gordon Howie was also on the ballot. See more on the midterm elections below: Democrat Rick Weiland
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See more on the midterm elections below: Former South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds (R) was elected to the U.S. Senate on Tuesday
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Rounds is a former governor of South Dakota. He also faced Independent candidates Larry Pressler and Gordon Howie at the
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He decried Obama's "less-than-competent management of the United States government" and accused him of "hesitancy and weakness
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This year the Republicans are doing their very best to prevent the voters from remembering who they really are and what they really stand for. They're putting on their "moderate masks" and the costumes of ordinary middle class Americans.
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If Rounds insists on remaining in office throughout his criminal proceedings, constituents will be left to question his effectiveness as a senator and his ability to serve their interests.