Tom Cotton

Republican Lawmakers Introduce Bill to End Nationwide Legal Injunctions

'This bill will restore respect for the system of government outlined in the Constitution'

Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) and Rep. Mark Meadows (R., N.C.) introduced legislation to end nationwide injunctions after a California judge took action to stop a change in the Trump administration's asylum policy from going into effect.

Cotton Honors 9/11 Heroes in Senate Speech

'Eighteen years later, we still remember the toll from that terrible day'

Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) commemorated the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with a Senate speech honoring both the victims of the tragedy and the heroic efforts of first responders who "ran toward danger and death to help their fellow Americans."

Cotton: Goal of Immigration Should Be Commitment to Citizenship

Cotton's immigration bill was endorsed by President Trump in 2017

Senator Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) said that immigration to the United States should reflect America's needs rather than offering temporary work programs focused on low-skilled workers during an event on Tuesday with the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS).

Cotton Blasts Dem Nominees Over Death Penalty Criticism

'Dems have lost their mind since the 1990s'

Republican Sen. Tom Cotton blasted presidential hopefuls Sen. Elizabeth Warren and South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg for their criticisms of the death penalty. He described one of the inmate's heinous crimes and pointed out the inmate's conviction occurred under the Clinton Department of Justice.

Sen. Cotton Discusses Iran Tensions and Tanker Seizure

'We've totally crushed them with our sanctions'

Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) discussed recent tensions with Iran Tuesday during a radio appearance on the Hugh Hewitt Show. Hewitt asked Cotton for his thoughts on President Donald Trump's recent comments on Iran, in which he argued that the regime was enduring great economic and domestic difficulties.