Bill Kristol—former Weekly Standard editor-in-chief, prominent Trump resister, and unrepentant Iraq War booster—is apparently considering a run for president.
Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake, perhaps Donald Trump’s hollowest critic, gave a rousing speech on Thursday strongly criticizing Trump’s botched Helsinki summit with Vladimir Putin as “Orwellian”—right before one of his own party leaders snuffed out yet another of Flake’s feeble attempts to “oppose” the…
Oh boy oh boy oh boy, he’s really done it now!!!
But what do you expect them to do, exactly? goes the usual refrain when one points out the uselessness of supposedly Trump-averse Republican members of Congress. They’re not going to vote against their own legislation, against policy they support, just because they dislike the president, right?
As public vitriol intensifies over Donald Trump’s policy of ripping immigrant children away from their parents, a number of Republicans have come out of the woodwork, about six weeks too late, to denounce the practice.
Bad news for anyone who thought the kidnapping of children from their families as retribution for the horrific crime of crossing the border might be enough to finally turn the majority of Republicans against Trump: it is not.
Sen. Susan Collins of Maine and fellow GOP Sen. Jeff Flake authored a letter to Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and her DHHS counterpart Alex Azar this weekend, demanding that she explain discrepancies between what Nielsen told Congress about the administration’s family separation policy and reality.
Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, possibly in response to a callout from GOP senators Jeff Flake and Susan Collins today, tweeted out a demonstrably false statement about the Trump administration’s family separation policy this evening: that it does not exist.
Leaders like Bob Corker, Jeff Flake, and Paul Ryan are retiring, and John McCain is in poor health—meaning there will soon be a void in Congress where all those establishment GOP figures shaking their fists at Donald Trump as they deal out his agenda used to stand. Luckily for the party, Mitt Romney, who you may…
It seems like we have to write the same damn blog post about Arizona Senator Jeff Flake every month, pointing out how utterly useless he is as a Republican senator who claims to have a LOT of BIG problems with the Trump administration, while continuing to vote in line with Donald Trump’s agenda 84 percent of the time.…
Few people have gotten more mileage out of superficial opposition to Donald Trump than Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, who has voted with the president (who he compared to Stalin in January) 84 percent of the time. On Sunday, he went on Meet the Press to say that the GOP’s just gotta get tougher on this Trump guy.
Don Blankenship—a coal baron who went to jail for charges surrounding the deadly explosion of a mine he oversaw in 2010—is running for U.S. Senate in West Virginia. Up until recently, Blankenship looked like a long shot to win the state’s Republican primary: He had, after all, spent weeks maligning Senate Majority…
Today, the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Rep. Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma as the next administrator of NASA.
While Donald Trump and Joe Biden challenge each other to physical combat online, Senators Cory Booker and Jeff Flake, the Good Boys of Capitol Hill, want to show us how bipartisanship is really done.
Jeff Flake’s conscience of a conservative has driven him to write a book about how Donald Trump Is Bad, Jeff Flake Is Good and give a nice-sounding speech about the “degradation of our politics” late last year, when he announced his retirement from the Senate. Now Flake’s conscience is telling him that someone like…
Former Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced on Tuesday that he plans to run for Republican Senator Jeff Flake’s soon-to-be-vacant seat.
Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake recently has been masquerading as a Republican with a heart, someone willing to stand up to Donald Trump and others in the GOP whose lack of principles is tearing the country apart.