Minnesota Rep. Tom Emmer On How The GOP Whittled Away At Democrats' House Majority

November 10, 2020 - 5:47pm EST
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Tom Emmer, who also chairs the National Republican Congressional Committee, discusses how his party flipped seats in Florida and beyond and some Republicans' reluctance to acknowledge Joe Biden's win.

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Grisham, who has been floated as a potential secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, outlined her vision for pulling the U.S. through the coronavirus pandemic.

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Despite anti-Muslim rhetoric and policies, Donald Trump appears to have gotten more, not less support from American Muslims.

Dec 4 - 1:36pm EST

The legislation removes cannabis from the list of federally controlled substances and expunges low-level convictions and arrests. But the GOP Senate is not expected to take up the bill.

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The money came "pouring in" after the election as Trump falsely claimed it had been stolen from him. His campaign, the Republican party and affiliated committees raised nearly half a billion dollars.

Dec 4 - 5:01am EST

President Trump signed a big public lands conservation bill this summer. But so far the White House's implementation of the new law has been scattershot and controversial.

Dec 4 - 5:01am EST

President-elect Joe Biden says he's asked Dr. Anthony Fauci to be a chief medical adviser in his administration. Biden has also tapped Brian Deese for a key economic role.

Dec 4 - 5:01am EST

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp got his job in part by arguing he'd be President Trump's close ally. But Trump's anger over losing the election has soured their alliance ahead of two crucial Senate runoffs.

Dec 4 - 5:01am EST

With days left before Congress aims to wrap for the year, Republicans and Democrats appear more willing to negotiate on a COVID-19 relief bill. But key sticking points remain.

Dec 4 - 5:01am EST

The president is set to campaign in Georgia this weekend as he weighs another run in four years. That could upend the ambitions of several other Republicans visiting the state recently.