House majority whip Steve Scalise recorded the first out of Thursday’s Congressional Baseball Game, receiving a standing ovation from the evenly split bipartisan crowd at Nationals Park.
A Republican congressman personally asked President Donald Trump to attend the Congressional Baseball Game Thursday to show his support for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R., La.) and other lawmakers one year after a deranged gunman opened fire on a group of practicing Republicans.
California State University, Fresno professor Randa Jarrar celebrated former First Lady Barbara Bush passing away Tuesday evening by calling her an “amazing racist” and boasting he was “happy the witch is dead.”
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) will not run for reelection this year and retire from Congress after finishing his current term, his office announced Wednesday morning.
Ben Rhodes, former Obama deputy national security adviser and one of the architects of the Iran nuclear deal, imagined on Thursday the obituaries of Republican leaders, including Vice President Mike Pence.