President Donald Trump has a perfect veto-free record so far, the result of support from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and, until they lost their majority, Republicans in the US House.
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) event attracts college Republicans, populists, nationalists, some libertarians, and the occasional Revolutionary reenactor. For the past three years, it's also attracted President Donald Trump.
The Senate likely now has enough votes to pass a measure blocking President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration after Sen. Rand Paul signaled his support for the resolution of disapproval.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) condemned Trump's efforts to bypass Congress for money to build a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
The former secretary of state called for a “21st-century civil rights movement” to defend the franchise.
2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Sunday that "we are living through a full-fledged crisis in our democracy" and "racist and white supremacist views are lifted up" in the White House.
Unlike the president, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) isn't taking the North Korean leader "at his word" on the college student's killing.
Enough support now seems likely in the Senate to pass a disapproval resolution and force a presidential veto.
"I think any fair-minded person would have to question Mr. Cohen’s checkered past," the senator said.