By Alex Isenstadt (Politico) –
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — President Donald Trump on Friday stepped into the middle of a heated GOP primary that has deeply divided his party and has pitted the commander in chief against some of his most ardent backers.read more
By Louis Nelson (Politico) –
President Donald Trump predicted Friday that next week’s Alabama Republican Senate runoff “will be very close” thanks to his endorsement of Sen. Luther Strange.
A popular buzzword in Washington, D.C., right now is infrastructure and how we can get to our goal of seeing a plan finalized. As we continue to discuss an infrastructure plan, we must look beyond the traditional definition of “infrastructure” projects and include projects that add economic value, such as ports.
By Burgess Everett (Politico) –
Three words are striking fear in Senate Republicans these days: “Sen. Roy Moore.”
U.S. Congressman Mo Brooks (R) finished a distant third in Alabama’s recent Senate primary behind Luther Strange and Roy Moore, but his endorsement was eagerly sought by both remaining candidates as they looked for any edge in what looks to be a tight runoff.
By Hastings Wyman-
“There’s an anti-Trump mood,” says Carter Phillips, a lawyer and Democratic activist in Hampton, VA; “I think Northam wins this.”
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