Marco Rubio Blames Russia for Post-2016 Political Divisions

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) blamed the Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Russian government — not Democrats and their news media partners — for American political divisions in the wake of 2016’s presidential election related to what he described as Russia’s “election interference efforts.”

U.S. Sen Marco Rubio speaks during a news conference in front of the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children, on Friday, June 22, 2018, in Homestead, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

Warner: DREAMers ‘Are Integral to Our Country’

On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) argued DREAMers are “integral to our country.” Warner stated, “Andrea, for a long time we’ve said, as part of major immigration reform, or even part of giving this

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Senate Judiciary Committee Sends Gorsuch Through for Vote

The Senate Judiciary Committee, in a party-line 11-9 vote Monday, has passed Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s nominee to replace conservative stalwart Justice Antonin Scalia, setting up a full Senate confirmation vote for April 7.

Neil Gorsuch, shown here on March 20, faces a confirmation vote in the Senate on his Supreme Court nomination

Dem Sen Warner: Trump Tweets on Wiretaps Are ‘Very Reckless’

Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” while discussing President Donald Trump’s tweets accusing the Obama administration of wiretapping Trump Tower before the election, Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) said Trump’s tweets were “very reckless.” Warner said, “I thought the president’s comments could

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Senate Democrats Condemn Obama for Anti-Israel UN Vote

Some Senate Democrats have issued scathing statements against President Barack Obama and his administration’s decision to break with longstanding tradition to veto anti-Israel resolutions, choosing, instead, to abstain from voting in a United Nations Security Council vote. The vote called for

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Sen. Mark Warner Points to Virginia Gunman Who Passed Background Check to Prove Need for Background Checks

On September 10, Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) attended a rally with the father of slain Virginia reporter Alison Parker and called for Congress to pass background check legislation now, even though background checks became the law of the land during the Bill Clinton administration and Alison’s killer—Vester Lee Flanagan—passed one for the gun he used in his attack.

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