Politics

Will President Trump’s attacks on the NFL undercut his agenda?

September 24, 2017, 12:33 PM| CBS News Chief Foreign Affairs and White House Correspondent Margaret Brennan and Washington Post White House contributor David Nakamura plead President Trump’s attacks on the NFL and the arriving opinion on the Graham-Cassidy health caring plan.

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John’s Notebook: Calling for unchanging order

September 24, 2017, 12:38 PM| Regular sequence is Washington jargon, but it fundamentally means doing things the concluded on way. Though people may not know the term, they’ve been job for it in Congress for a prolonged time.

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Rep. Adam Schiff: "No truth" to explain Obama wiretapped Trump

As lawmakers’ investigations of Russian nosiness in the 2016 election continue to press forward, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-California, says that there is “no truth” to the explain that President Obama had wiretapped then-candidate Donald Trump at Trump Tower during the campaign, in light of new reports that Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was wiretapped.  “Not only did Director Comey and …

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GOP senator says it’s "unacceptable" to concede N. Korea to say nuclear program

Sen. Cory Gardner pronounced Sunday that “it’s unsuitable to concede North Korea to say and keep a nuclear program.” “We have a prolonged ways to go when it comes to the tactful runway toward North Korea,” Gardner pronounced on CBS News’ “Face the Nation.”  Transcript: Sen. Cory Gardner on “Face the Nation” Gardner’s comments came days after North Korean Foreign …

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W.H.’s Marc Short defends Trump’s NFL comments

Following President Trump’s idea that NFL group owners fire players who kneel during the inhabitant anthem, the White House stood by his comments, observant he’s “raising attention” to an issue of disrespect. White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short pronounced Sunday on CBS News’ “Face the Nation” that Mr. Trump has done a case that “there are coaches opposite …

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N.Y. business leaders threatened by intensity health caring changes

ALBANY — Concerned state business leaders are closely monitoring two intensity major threats out of Washington, D.C., they contend could significantly harm New York. The battle over health caring changes and a pull to eliminate state and internal taxation deductibility as partial of taxation remodel are primary fears of the Partnership for New York City and the state Business Council. …

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Keith Wright under fire for slicing understanding to fill Senate seat

ALBANY — Keith Wright, the well-connected conduct of Manhattan’s Democrats, could be forced to name between his domestic post and his job. Members of the New York County Democratic Committee, dissapoint about a backroom understanding Wright cut to name a claimant for a empty state Senate seat, will pull a fortitude at a assembly Monday night that would demarcate county …

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Trump blasts NFL ratings on Twitter after day of protests

The NFL spent Sunday protesting President Trump, and all he worried about were TV ratings. After players from scarcely every NFL group demonstrated on the margin over Trump’s argument with the franchise, Trump fired back in the afternoon with a chatter abating their dissent. “Great oneness for the National Anthem and for the Country. Standing with sealed arms is good, …

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Colonel Ted Lieu Schools Draft Dodging Trump On NFL Players’ Right to Protest

Rep. Ted Lieu‏ (D-CA), a former active avocation officer in the U.S. Air Force who now serves as a Colonel in the Reserves, scholastic Republicans who didn’t offer on NFL players’ rights to criticism as they used the dwindle in their attempts to urge President Trump aggressive NFL players who kneel, observant they should be fired. Trump is sticking to …

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Pittsburgh Steelers Cleverly Rebuke Trump Division By Skipping The National Anthem

The Pittsburgh Steelers offering a crafty one reprove of Trump’s attempts to order the country by skipping the inhabitant anthem. Video of Head Coach Mike Tomlin observant that he won’t let divisive persons or politics order his team: Steelers conduct manager Mike Tomlin reveals to @JamieErdahl that the group will not be participating in today’s inhabitant anthem. pic.twitter.com/5zihPWQsMv — NFLonCBS …

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