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An Arizona Republican is calling on special counsel Robert Mueller to recuse himself from the investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia in an op-ed published Wednesday.
In May, Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
You may be wondering why the House had to approve the tax-reform bill twice last week—before and after the Senate vote—even though a committee had resolved all differences between the bodies. Your confusion is justified.
Congressmen Andy Biggs and Matt Gaetz reacted to the hours-long closed-door hearing being attended by FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
Biggs (R-Ariz.) and Gaetz (R-Fla.) have called for special counsel Robert Mueller's resignation, claiming his deputies - like McCabe - have shown obvious signs of bias.
The House of Representatives passed Republicans' $1.5 trillion tax cut bill with no Democratic support and only one GOP defection. The Senate is expected to pass the bill as well, giving President Donald Trump his first signature legislative victory.
Conservatives cheered the House passage of historic tax reform legislation through the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The House passed the final tax reform legislation almost entirely on partisan lines. Twelve Republicans voted against the bill, while no Democrats voted for the tax reform legislation.
PHOENIX — The finish line is in sight for the $1.5 trillion tax legislation and U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona was optimistic about the outcome of Tuesday’s vote.
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Wow, it will be "Make America Great Again" extravaganza tonight. President Trump rallied the faithful in Pensacola, Florida. It wrapped up just a short time ago.
The most fundamental role of Congress is to balance the national budget and eliminate our national debt. We have a deadline of Dec. 8 to authorize government spending or else “non-essential” government functions will be temporarily halted. Will we finish the work mandated by federal law, or will we use legislative duct tape and bailing wire to meet the deadline?