White House to ease environmental rules delaying energy, infrastructure projects

Trump announces proposed National Environmental Policy Act regulations The new rule is called the ‘One Federal Decision’ Did Infrastructure Week 2020 come early? Continue Reading Below The White House announced Thursday that it is proposing a new rule to modernize environmental reviews that it says delay energy and infrastructure projects vital to U.S. economic success. The new rule called the "One Federal […]

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Pelosi Cites Precedent for Delay on Managers: Impeachment Update

The Senate must decide the timing and structure of the trial to be held early next year after President Donald Trump was impeached by the House on charges of abusing his power and obstructing Congress’s investigation. Here are the latest developments: Pelosi Cites Precedent for Delay on Managers (11:07 a.m.) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said there’s precedent for her decision […]

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White House defends Melania Trump's public silence on president's tweet mocking Greta Thunberg

Time names Greta Thunberg its 2019 Person of the Year Magazine pushes climate change narrative by honoring teen activist; reaction and analysis on ‘The Five.’ The White House is pushing back against claims that First Lady Melania Trump is being hypocritical for criticizing attacks on her teenage son Barron, but not her husband's attack on 16-year-old Greta Thunberg White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said […]

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Ex-White House official testifies he wasn’t concerned ‘anything illegal was discussed’ on Trump-Ukraine call

Former top Russia adviser on NSC testifies behind closed-doors amid impeachment probe Timothy Morrison said he was immediately concerned that the Trump-Ukraine call would be leaked into a ‘highly polarized’ environment; Catherine Herridge reports from Capitol Hill. A former top White House adviser on the National Security Council testified Thursday to the House impeachment inquiry that he didn’t believe “anything […]

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House votes to set aside resolution censuring Adam Schiff

House resolution gives Republicans a chance to call out Adam Schiff Republicans get chance to admonish Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff for his dramatization of President Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukraine’s president; chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports. The Democratic-led House of Representatives voted Monday evening to table, or set aside, a resolution to censure House Intelligence Committee […]

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White House announces it will not comply with 'illegitimate and unconstitutional' impeachment inquiry

White House reportedly planning to step up pushback against Democrats’ impeachment inquiry The State Department blocks Amb. Gordon Sondland from testifying in the House impeachment inquiry; reaction and analysis from David Catanese, senior politics writer for US News & World Report, and Fox News contributor Judy Miller, adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research. The White House outlined […]

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House Dems believe they have enough votes to pass articles of impeachment, senior member says

Pelosi on impeachment: Sad time for our country Reaction from former Clinton adviser Richard Goodstein. House Democrats believe they have the 217 votes needed to pass articles of impeachment against President Trump stemming from his Ukraine call — enough votes to impeach Trump and send articles to the Senate — even before their planned hearings or formal investigation. A senior […]

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White House releases video blasting Washington Post after outlet criticized Trump

Trump calls press stories fiction Attacks Axios, Washington Post reports. The White House released a video on Tuesday lashing out at The Washington Post after the venerable news outlet published a report claiming President Trump's summer was "lost" and that his advisers saw it as "a period of missed opportunity and self-sabotage." "Did the Amazon Washington Post take the summer off?" the White […]

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