Asked if he feared the party had become defined more by fealty to Mr. Trump than conservative ideology — as Mr. Corker, the Tennessee senator, and Representative Mark Sanford of South Carolina, who recently lost his House primary, have suggested — Mr. Cruz did not answer directly. He did allude to the assassination of Julius Caesar. … [Read more...] about Ted Cruz Is Running Again. Trump Is Still Making Things Complicated.
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The discord over the family separation spilled into the streets as protesters clashed with law enforcement in Philadelphia and other cities on Tuesday -- and Democratic lawmakers accosted senior administration officials and even the president himself over the policy. … [Read more...] about Trump signs executive order to stop family separations at border
GOP lawmakers, increasingly fearful of a voter backlash in November, met with Trump for about an hour at the Capitol to try to find a solution that both holds to Trump’s hard-line immigration policy and ends the practice of taking migrant children from parents charged with entering the country illegally. Many lawmakers say Trump could simply reverse the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy and keep families together. … [Read more...] about Trump, GOP leaders strain for migrant-kids solution amid rising national condemnation
None of this is to say he isn't perfectly qualified to be president of the United States. O'Rourke, after all, has served three terms in Congress and barely lost his Senate bid last year to Republican Ted Cruz. Previously, he served as an El Paso city councilman and otherwise has worked for a startup Internet-service provider, been a nanny, art mover, proofreader and, when time allowed, a writer of short stories and, briefly, an alternative-weekly publisher. He also played bass in a punk rock bank, Foss. I'm no soothsayer, but I'd gamble on a late-night-show bass performance real soon. … [Read more...] about Hasta luego, Beto