Sen. Mike Lee (R., Utah) is blocking the confirmation of Joseph Macmanus, a career foreign service officer nominated to the post of U.S. ambassador to Colombia.
On foreign policy, the isolationist right and the progressive left always manage to arrive at the same destination: withdrawal and isolation, ceding the world to its worst actors, ignoring small problems until they become large crises. Caroline Glick summed it up several years ago: “The far Left argues the U.S. should withdraw from world leadership because the U.S. is evil. And the far Right argues the U.S. should withdraw from world leadership because the world is evil.”
A leading Republican senator has been touting support from a host of fringe anti-war groups as part of his effort to end U.S. intervention in Yemen, a bid that has drawn concerns the United States could cede the country to Iranian militias, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation.
Sen. Mike Lee (R., Utah) has renewed his call for President Trump to withdraw his nominee to be ambassador to Colombia and consider other candidates for the post.
Sens. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) and Mike Lee (R., Utah) said Friday they are still committed to introducing an amendment to the Senate’s tax reform bill that would expand the child tax credit to cover more American families.
Between 1970 and today, Americans’ community ties have been in stark decline.
Republican Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee are urging President Trump not to appoint as ambassador to Colombia a prominent career State Department official who served as a top aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and worked closely with her in the aftermath of the Benghazi attacks.
Ivanka Trump held an off-the-record tax reform meeting Wednesday morning with several prominent conservative leaders in an attempt to coalesce them behind the idea of expanding child tax credits.
President Donald Trump said Monday evening at a dinner with GOP senators that the Republican Party would look like “dopes” if they could not pass a health care bill after passing a bill to effectively repeal Obamacare in 2015, which was vetoed by former President Barack Obama.
President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday morning on the collapse of the Senate Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, saying “we were let down” by all the Democrats and a “few Republicans” and it was time to “let Obamacare fail.”