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Lieu has challenged Kelly over her suggestion that the Capitol riot had been overhyped by the media and "wasn't an insurrection." She told him to "grow up."
The conspiracy-spewing lawmaker introduced legislation that was mocked by Rep. Ted Lieu.
Lieu took aim at the "stupid, racist" words of his GOP colleague Chip Roy, who complained about China during a hearing on violence against Asian Americans.
President Donald Trump pressed the Georgia secretary of state to "find" more votes for him. Some Democrats want to ensure he doesn't get away with it.
The attorney general claimed not to know whether it's legal for Americans to try to vote twice. The California lawmaker offered facetious help.
Roughly 700 members of the 82nd Airborne Division were sent to two military bases near in response to protests there over police brutality.
"These folks at Huntington Beach undoubtedly spread the virus even more," warned the California Democrat.
Chris Evans, Alyssa Milano and Mark Hamill joined conservatives, lawmakers and others in calling out the president's coronavirus comments.
“I cannot stand idly by while the president uses his pulpit to exacerbate xenophobia in a time of crisis," wrote the California Democrat.
Politicians, actors and commentators denounced the president's xenophobic description of the coronavirus.
Social media company claims "broad immunity" in its latest effort to dismiss a lawsuit by the lawmaker over the mocking "Devin Nunes' Cow" account.
"Truth is a defense," snaps the California Democratic congressman.
"Our children are watching," the California Democrat said.
The Democratic congressman's office said he was "in good spirits and plans to be back at work next week."
A diplomat told investigators in the impeachment inquiry he overheard the president's call with U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland.
Republicans are clamoring for a vote. Democrats are not.
In a raw op-ed, the congressman reflected on how his service in the Air Force and Congress haven't shielded him from racist remarks.
The Democratic congressman called the president's comments "bigoted" and "un-American."