Tuesday night's outcome in a special House race in Georgia was a triumph for the GOP, and the most recent and devastating illustration of the Democrats' problems - from a weak bench and recruiting problems to divisions about what the party stands for today. "All the Fake News, all the money spent (equals) 0".
King on Wednesday called Democrats' Tuesday losses in Georgia and SC, as well as other recent special elections, "devastating defeats". "We can't just run against Trump". Handel didn't talk much about Trump on the trail but embraced him as the party's leader and welcomed him to the district if he so chose to go. She said she would have voted for the House Republicanhealth care bill, though she sometimes misrepresented its provisions in debates with Ossoff. Republicans have held that seat since Newt Gingrich won it in 1978, although Mr. Trump barely won the district by 1.5 percent in 2016. Mr Sanders took an very bad long time to endorse him.
Trump weighed in on Twitter late Monday and early Tuesday, attacking Ossoff for living just outside the district, claiming Ossoff will raise taxes and calling Handel a hard worker "who will never give up!"
Finally, some good news for Donald Trump: battling dismal approval ratings, the USA president on Wednesday relished a Republican victory in a closely-watched congressional election in Georgia, calling it a vote of confidence in his administration. Democrats will need to pick up 24 House seats to take back the majority. It worked; running on a platform of MOAR LIBERAL TEARS, Handel won with 51.9 percent of the vote.
As for a party torn apart by moderates and liberals, Rather said the one unifying force is that both want to get rid Donald Trump.
So now Ossoff can go back to making documentary films about Africa and living in the home he shares with his girlfriend outside the district he sought to represent. "The fight is still alive". The fact that that level of investment failed to pay off with a win against a Republican candidate widely viewed as uninspiring left Democrats frustrated and dispirited heading into the 2018 midterm elections. Yes, Democrats will point out that they didn't need this one; there are quite a few targets that lean less strongly to Republicans. "They have to start their planning now", Andrew Smith, a political-science professor and the director of the Survey Center at the University of New Hampshire, said in a recent interview. Yet she said the defeat in Georgia may not have been as bad as it appeared. And when Hollywood and Silicon Valley unite to tell them they are stupid, are ignorant, are racist, are homophobic, hate Muslims, and shouldn't love America so much, what do they expect the reaction from ordinary people will be? She said she has told Democrats to stop focusing on Russia's meddling in the 2016 election.
"The Democrats have to be hyper-focused on an economic message that tells people that the Republican Party is all about economic growth for millionaires and billionaires, and the Democratic Party is about economic growth for everybody", Democratic Senator Chris Murphy of CT told MSNBC. The legislation faces unanimous opposition from Democrats and skepticism from some Republicans, who have voiced concern about the secrecy of the drafting process.
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Other Senate "moderates" seem to be angling for a slower phase-out of the expansion and a slightly more liberal cap. Avik Roy is a physician and founder of the conservative Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity.
The measure largely uses people's incomes as the yardstick for helping those without workplace coverage to buy private insurance. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pushing for a vote before senators leave Washington, DC for the Fourth of July recess.
Ossoff had raised roughly $23 million and spent about $22 million as of the most recently available campaign finance reports. In Georgia's 6th District, the Democrat candidate Rodney Stooksbury spent nothing and won 124,917 votes in November of 2016.
To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. "The bill that's before the Senate doesn't meet that test". "These cuts are blood money". The proposed 40 percent excise tax on employer-provided "Cadillac" health insurance plans was scheduled to take effect in 2020.
The decision to penalise a trip on wing-back Alex Gersbach was confirmed by a video review shown on the stadium screens. However, goals from Raul Jimenez and Oribe Peralta sealed the three points for Mexico and sent them top of Group A .
Overall, 39% of low-income American women of reproductive age (15 to 49) are covered by the program, or about 9.8 million women. McConnell said Democrats chose not to help frame the Bill, which Republicans say would fix a collapsing health marketplace.
But guess what? It works, they're winning. 'And I hope that the Democrats keep her right where she is for a long, long time . The National Republican Congressional Committee ran ads charging Ossoff would "represent Nancy Pelosi ".
Democrat Jon Ossoff never found an answer for the attacks - and Republican Karen Handel won Tuesday night by 4 percentage points. Progressives certainly aren't cozy with Pelosi, and have called for her to no longer serve as a Democratic party figurehead.
Ossoff may have been forced into a run off with Handle after a flat African-American turnout in the special primary in April. The CLF brought in its data director, Ryan Terrill, and field director Patrick Lee, the former data director for Sen.
But those mandates also made policies more costly, prompting complaints from those who don't want such a rich benefits package. To appease moderates, the bill could further soften the end of Medicaid expansion and reduce overall cuts to the program.
76ers tab Fultz with No. 1 pick of NBA draft
The 19-year old Ball had 14.6 points, 7.6 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 1.8 steals a game for the UCLA Bruins last season. Marquese Chriss and Dejounte Murray were first round picks a year ago after overachieving in their freshman seasons.
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Heo has now defected again to South Korea and is studying English at the Teach North Korean Refugees centre. Until Friday, North Korea had said only that it released the young man on "humanitarian grounds".
76ers make Fultz first pick in NBA Draft
It became even more apparent the Lakers were going to select him once D'Angelo Russell was traded to Brooklyn for Brook Lopez. In the article, titled "What's Up, Philly", Fultz writes about his excitement for joining the Sixers' young core .
GOP senator is latest to oppose health bill
So, his support for the measure as written comes as no surprise, as it is essentially Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's baby. It didn't do so fully, however, which meant the state has missed out on additional matching dollars from federal taxpayers.
Colorado to take $15 billion hit under Senate health care bill
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said that under the House bill , 23 million fewer people would have coverage by 2026. Assuming every Democrat is a no vote, the GOP can't afford more than 2 of their own senators to vote against the bill.