Asked Grassley if he’d back gutting the 60-vote threshold in a GOP majority.
“If something comes up like we had in 2013, and again, something the Democrats do, maybe what's good for the goose is good for the gander. So it's all speculation. I shouldn't even be speculating.”
Novak Djokovic has to comply with Spain's health rules to be able to compete in Madrid Open, according to Spain's Prime Minister.
The PM says he supports Australia's move to deport Djokovic: "The rules are there to comply with and no one is above the rules."
BIG: Joe Manchin supports two key changes to the filibuster rule that would make it easier to pass a bill — bringing it back to a TALKING filibuster and requiring a three-fifths vote of all senators PRESENT to end debate.
Who agrees Sen. Schumer should call a vote on both ASAP?
Psaki: The President goes to Delaware because it’s his home. It’s also where his son and former wife are buried and it’s a place that obviously close to his heart. A lot of Presidents go visit their home when they are President
That Justice Sotomayor is choosing to participate in #SCOTUS arguments remotely because Justice Gorsuch (and *only* Justice Gorsuch) refuses to wear a mask on the bench is such a perfect microcosm of how millions of Americans are experiencing the pandemic—from both perspectives.
...In addition to a Julia Robertson, Roger Stone thanked Ed Cox, Richard Nixon's s-i-l, who is chair of the NYS GOP among many other things, for his generous financial support...
This is less than reassuring. Roger Stone's legal defense fund is administered by Robert Watkins & Company, an accounting firm in Tampa that's a go-to firm for conservative NFPs & campaigns. Eg Bannon's NFP was a client...
What kind of retaliation?
Are Dems afraid of answering questions under oath?
I know the GOP weaponizes these things, but seriously - who cares if they subpoena Dems?
Isn’t that risk exponentially lower than, you know, the loss of faith in democracy and the rule of law?