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Arizona Rep. Ruben Gallego said many GOP lawmakers now "treating Capitol Police like s**t" were frightened during the insurrection.
“This is how the 1% look at minorities,” wrote Rep. Ruben Gallego, who blasted Kushner for suggesting Black Americans don't work hard enough.
“Once they saw who was dying, it was like, ‘We don’t have a problem here,’” Rep. Karen Bass said of the Trump administration push to open businesses amid COVID-19.
“He’s rewriting history," Rep. Ruben Gallego of Arizona told The Washington Post.
The decision clears the path for former astronaut Mark Kelly to challenge GOP Sen. Martha McSally.
He’s a dream recruit for Democrats, but he could face one of several contentious primaries in key Senate races.
Puerto Rico’s massive estimated death toll was due to the federal government’s lack of action, said Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-N.Y.).
“Losing Bears Ears to a cloud of industrial smoke from extraction and mining does not keep that preservation of life for us,” said one Navajo woman.
Democrats Ruben Gallego and Ted Lieu also read Trump Jr.'s emails into the congressional record.
"The profound disrespect Mr. Trump has shown toward Gold Star parents is a new low."
Rep. Ruben Gallego and his mother, when he was serving as a Marine. (Courtesy of Gallego's office) His father, who is now
Rubio has been successful at selling his story. The same isn't true when it comes to advocating for those who want to follow his path. Since he ran for the U.S. Senate, Rubio has sought to portray himself as somehow both a Republican committed to real reform on immigration, and a darling of Tea Party extremists.
In the Senate, no immigration measures are planned for the NDAA, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R
For anyone who served on the ground in Iraq there is something horrifying about the idea of the ideologically blind, strategically ignorant "thinkers" -- Paul Wolfowitz chief among them -- who sent us into a misguided war without a plan to win the peace coming back into office. And yet, Jeb wants to get the gang back together.
Last week we saw a perfect example of how screwed up priorities have gotten in Congress. When the financial sector demanded a provision weakening regulations on risky derivative trading, Congress obliged. When veterans asked for $22 million over five years for a suicide prevention program, Sen. Coburn blocked the entire bill.
Gallego resigned from the state's House of Representatives to focus on his congressional campaign. In the state legislature