President Trump appears to explain why GOP lawmakers in the House of representatives voted with Democrats, in favor of publicly releasing the Mueller report.In a tweet Saturday, the president said he told Congressional leadership to let all Republicans vote for transparency, in relation to the non-binding resolution.
President Trump is turning the table on Democrats, by using their attempt to block his national emergency declaration to build momentum for his 2020 campaign.Following Friday’s veto signing, the president’s re-election campaign sent out a letter to supporters asking them to donate to his “wall defense fund.”In it, the president slammed the bill attempting to block his emergency declaration as a pro-crime, pro-drugs, and pro-open borders piece of legislation.
The public’s perception of New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is becoming more negative.According to a Gallup Poll released on Friday, 41% of American adults now have an unfavorable opinion of Ocasio-Cortez, just two months into her first term.That’s up from 26% last September, in the wake of her primary win over longtime Representative Joe Crowley.
Vice President Mike Pence’ campaigns for incumbent Kentucky GOP Governor Matt Bevin, as he seeks to earn a second term in 2019.During a speech in Lexington Friday, Pence said the state is “growing” again and said that’s why residents need Bevin back in the statehouse for four more years.He also pointed out per-pupil funding has reached it’s highest level in state history under Bevin.
The president highlights efforts to combat illegal immigration at the southern border. In a tweet Saturday, the president said border patrol, and law enforcement officials have apprehended large numbers of illegal immigrants at the border. He applauded their efforts saying “they won’t be coming into the U.S.”The president went on to say “the wall is being built and will greatly help us in the future and now.”
Representative Jim Jordan defends President Trump after Michael Cohen’s testimony.During an interview on Sunday, the Ohio Republican said Cohen continues to lie to Congress.
President Trump took the stage and spoke for more than two hours on the third day of CPAC, touching on the growing dangers of socialism and conservative censorship.On Saturday, the President said his administration is “winning against the swamp.”