Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-ND) told Fox’s Chris Wallace that Sen. Joe Lieberman’s campaigning for the Republican president candidate and some Republican Senators was not acceptable behavior for a someone with a Democratic Chairmanship. “The question is, is that acceptable? The answer is no,” said Dorgan
Dorgan said that Democrats will meet next week to vote on whether Lieberman will be allowed to keep his chairmanship of the Homeland Security Committee.
Sen. John Kyle (R-AZ) told Chris Wallace that Republicans would welcome Lieberman into their caucus. Dorgan pointed out that Democrats have no intention of kicking Lieberman out of the Democratic caucus.
This video is from Fox’s Fox News Sunday, broadcast Nov. 16, 2008.
Bernie Sanders’ staff demand to be paid the $15-an-hour minimum wage he advocates: report
Campaign workers working for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) are demanding an increase in pay consistent with the senator's campaign rhetoric, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
"Unionized campaign organizers working for Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential effort are battling with its management, arguing that the compensation and treatment they are receiving does not meet the standards Sanders espouses in his rhetoric, according to internal communications," the newspaper reported.
Trump ‘leads a domestic hate movement’ — and the world is watching in shock: WaPo columnist
President Donald Trump's racism is shocking the entire globe, Washington Post columnist Greg Sargent wrote in a Thursday column.
"One of the most chilling things about President Trump’s hate-rally in North Carolina — which devolved into chants of “send her back,” directed at a nonwhite immigrant member of Congress — was the profusion of tweets about it from abroad," Sargent reported.
"As the president of the United States leads a domestic hate movement, the world is watching," he explained.
Hope Hicks to be investigated by House after new documents reveal she may have lied to Congress: report
The House Judiciary Committee is investigating President Donald Trump's former White House communications director after new documents cast doubt on whether she told the truth while testifying before Congress.
"Hicks told the committee last month that she was not aware of the hush payment to Stormy Daniels when it was arranged. Today’s docs put her in phone calls with [Michael] Cohen and Trump during the period the payment was arranged, but don’t explicitly say those calls were about the payment," Wall Street Journal White House correspondent Rebecca Ballhaus reported.