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U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has apparently reached a boiling point over moderate House Democrats’ caution regarding the prospect of impeaching President Trump.The go-slow approach is personified by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, with whom Ocasio-Cortez has had an often contentious relationship since the freshman lawmaker arrived in Washington just eight months ago.The New York Democrat told her more than 5 million Twitter followers late Saturday that the Democrats’ “refusal” to seek the removal of the president

On Wednesday, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg appeared on "The Clay Cane Show" on SiriusXM. During the segment, host Cane asked Buttigieg about the way in which his sexual orientation is perceived by LGBT media: "I’m sure you’ve heard this before in LGBT circles, that more masculine-presenting men have more access. How different would it be if you were quote-unquote, 'more effeminate?'" Buttigieg replied: It's tough for me to know because

On Friday, House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) appeared on "Special Report with Bret Baier" on Fox News. During the segment, which revolved around allegations that President Trump pressured the president of Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden’s son, McCarthy urged caution, and asked that we wait for more evidence before coming to conclusions. BAIER: The Wall Street Journal moves this story today: "President Trump in a July phone call repeatedly pressured the

A Republican state senator in Virginia changed a Facebook campaign ad Friday after her Democratic challenger called the pro-Second Amendment post “violent rhetoric," according to a report.State Sen. Amanda Chase’s original ad showed her at a gun range and read “I’m not afraid to shoot down gun groups," prompting her opponent Amanda Pohl to call for an apology, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.“This kind of rhetoric and threats towards those you disagree with from my opponent is disturbing,”

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