House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently highlighted legislation to sanction Chinese officials involved in human rights abuses against ethnic minority Muslims. She signed the bill Tuesday after the House overwhelmingly passed it in a bipartisan vote last week.
A bill seeking to hold China accountable for its treatment of minorities is headed to President Trump’s desk after passing in both chambers of Congress.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R) is ramping up criticism of so-called “proxy voting” by Democrats. The congressman said Wednesday, the U.S. Constitution mandates that lawmakers assemble in-person to serve their duty.
Republicans are defending President Trump’s decision to let Inspector General Steve Linick go. This comes as Democrats claim the State Department watchdog may have been investigating potential misconduct by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo prior to the firing.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared to have a change a heart on her sense of urgency to pass coronavirus relief legislation. During an interview Sunday, she urged the Senate to pass the $3 trillion relief bill approved by the House Friday despite Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConell describing the bill as “dead on arrival.”
Conservatives are speaking out about comments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made during an interview with “Real Time” host Bill Maher. He questioned Pelosi about excessive spending to which she said we may have to consider a “guaranteed income.” One America’s John Hines spoke with Sen. Rand Paul’s former communications director and counsel for his take on the matter.
Just days after President Trump signed a fourth coronavirus relief bill, law makers began feuding over state aid in a potential fifth stimulus package. One America’s Emily Lambert has the details.