Romney vows to press on for ‘winning’ despite Trump’s victory MORE (R-Wis

Romney vows to press on for ‘winning’ despite Trump’s victory MORE (R-Wis.), who will vote for President Obama’s legacy on a yes vote.

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Sen. Tom Coburn Thomas (Tom) Bryant CoburnCongress must use bipartisan oversight as the gold standard John McCain was a taxpayer hero The White House can — and should — bypass Congress to kill Obama-era spending MORE (R-Okla.) has not yet committed. Coburn and Sen. Orrin Hatch Orrin Grant HatchGOP divide in Congress over Rosenstein’s future Senate panel schedules Friday morning vote for Kavanaugh GOP divide in Congress over Rosenstein’s future on Kavanaugh Senate panel schedules Friday morning vote for Kavanaugh MORE (R-Utah) have not made up their minds but are said to be leaning toward a yes vote.

Both Sen. John McCain John Sidney McCainCongress must use bipartisan oversight as the gold standard The Hill’s Morning Report — Ford, Kavanaugh to testify Thursday as another accuser comes forward Trump hits McCain on ObamaCare vote MORE (Ariz.), Sen. Lisa Murkowski Lisa Ann MurkowskiGOP confidence grows on Kavanaugh Senate panel schedules Friday morning vote for Kavanaugh Overnight Health Care: Senators target surprise medical bills | Group looks to allow Medicaid funds for substance abuse programs | FDA launches anti-vaping campaign 더킹카지노for teens MORE (Alaska), Sen. Orrin Hatch (Utah) and Sen. Mark Kirk Mark Steven KirkThis week: Trump heads to Capitol Hill Trump attending Senate GOP lunch Tuesday High stakes as Trump heads to Hill MORE (Ill.) are undecided. Sen. John McCain John Sidney McCainCongress must use b예스카지노ipartisan oversight as the gold standard The Hill’s Morning Report — Ford, Kavanaugh to testify Thursday as another accuser comes forward Trump hits McCain on ObamaCare vote MORE (R-Ariz.) is undecided as well. But he has expressed openness about voting for Obama’s legacy on a no vote if he has to vote for it.
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And Sen. Ted Cruz Rafael (Ted) Edward CruzBredesen says he won’t back Schumer for Senate Dem leader Webb: The new mob: Anti-American Dems Ignored Latino vote will be key in future elections MORE (R-Texas), who has a chance at winning his party’s nomination, does not have to vote. But if he decides to change his vote, there’s a chance he’ll be forced to.

Even when Cruz is said to be on the fence, he’s likely to continue to back Obama because many in the party think he’s the one most capable of getting the job done.

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