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I think there's a fundamental disagreement, the states are responsible for the conduct of elections. I think it works, I think it's the right way to do it, and I think that legislation to nationalize that is misguided. It's someone's idea of a solution but it's in search of a problem, so I'm not interested.
I commend President Biden for his call for national unity, and his assurance to those who did not support him that he will nevertheless be president for all Americans, i urge the president to follow through on this commitment by working with members of Congress from both sides of the aisle to pursue policies that will lead to peace and prosperity for all Americans.
President Trump will be out of office before a The Senate impeachment trial can begin. Whether or not The Senate has the constitutional authority to hold an impeachment trial for a president that is no longer in office is debatable, should The Senate conduct a trial, I will again fulfill my responsibility to consider arguments from both the White House managers and President Trump’s lawyers.
President Trump's call with Northwest Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger represents a new low in this whole futile and sorry episode, i commend Republican election officials across the country who have discharged their duties with integrity over the past two months while weathering relentless pressure, disinformation, and attacks from the president and his campaign.
We've got very acute problems within certain employment groups, right? People who work for restaurants and hotels and travel and entertainment -- devastated, but we do not have a global macroeconomic depression underway at all. So it makes no sense to be sending this out to everybody who has a pulse.
While I understand the frustration with the badly flawed Russia-collusion investigation, in my view, commuting Roger Stone sentence is a mistake, roger Stone was duly convicted of lying to Congress, witness tampering, and obstructing a congressional investigation conducted by a Republican-led committee.
It strikes me as wildly premature for us to come to the conclusion that we have to act now to prevent what could be a very constructive innovation in House Financial Services, i think there are tremendous potential benefits in blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies... So I just think we should be exploring this, and considering the benefits as well as the risks.
When we see protesters out in the streets, making outrageous statements, slandering our police officers, propagating absurd and false narrative about these brave men and women who protect us, I can understand how that can be demoralizing for the police officers who have to watch that happen, but I want you to know: Those protesters don't speak for America.