The WEEKLY STANDARD’s Stephen F. Hayes joined Fox News on Wednesday to discuss John Podesta’s claims that “forces within the FBI” wanted Hillary Clinton to lose the 2016 presidential election.
Democrats are warming to Arizona senator John McCain, according to a Pew poll released Wednesday, joining Republicans in sharing a favorable view of President Donald Trump’s leading GOP critic.
An almost equal share of Democrats and Republicans polled view McCain, described since Election Day as Trump’s Republican “nemesis ” and “critic in chief ,” favorably, at 57 percent and 59 percent, respectively.
For Democrats, that represents a 19-percentage point jump since September 2013, when 38 percent viewed the Arizona Republican favorably.
While Republicans have maintained a favorable view of McCain, 52 percent of GOPers also said that they would trust Trump over Republican leaders in Congress if the two disagreed.
McCain has let loose increasingly heated rhetoric over the president’s vows to improve relations with Russia and his denunciation of the press, among other issues.
Vice President Mike Pence told a group of Missourians on Wednesday to spread the word about the Trump administration among their townsfolk.
“Let your voice be heard.
The Trump administration is set to undo federal guidance issued by their predecessors last year that threatened public schools with the loss of federal funding if they didn’t allow transgender students to use the school facilities matching their gender identity, according to a report.
The language, issued by the Departments of Education and Justice, did not carry the force of law, but its point was clear.
An aggressive monopolist doesn’t just content itself with monopoly profits in the market it controls; where possible, it leverages that advantage to gain market power in additional markets as well, where regulators may be less vigilant and the players in the target market are vulnerable.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the various markets in the dynamic mobile technology industry eco-structure.