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极速时时彩网站 www.f2far.cn Elise Viebeck is an enterprise and investigations reporter focused on national politics. She joined The Washington Post in 2015.
Biden is facing criticism over a host of positions and decisions from his nearly five decades in public life, including his handling of the 1991 Clarence Thomas hearings.
The woman, Amy Lappos, told the Hartford Courant that Biden pulled her close and rubbed noses with her at a 2009 fundraiser in Connecticut. “I thought he was going to kiss me on the mouth,” she said.
Questions arise about whether the self-described “fingertip politician” is well-suited for the White House in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
The high-profile lawyer was arrested and charged in what prosecutors called a brazen bid to extort millions from the company by threatening to damage its image.
Klobuchar espoused “tough on crime” policies that may not mesh with the Democratic base.
Jews and Somalis have been allies in the Twin Cities. Now some fear Omar’s comments will damage their relationship.
The measure was sponsored by the Senate’s three African American members — Harris, Booker and Republican Tim Scott. The House is expected to pass the bill and send it to Trump.
Lawmakers on a bipartisan congressional committee are discussing increased fencing on the border — but Trump’s blessing for a deal remains uncertain.
The changes that swept Washington after November’s elections were apparent Tuesday, but Trump worked hard to keep the spotlight on Republican priorities.
Acknowledging he is a “huge admirer of Nancy Pelosi's operational ability,” Rep. Jim Himes said Democrats will soon need leaders who can communicate effectively with younger voters.