At a press conference addressing Israel’s decision to bar her and Rep. Ilhan Omar from visiting the country, Rep. Rashida Tlaib fought back tears while recalling her experiences visiting Jerusalem as a child. The president was unmoved.
When Sen. Kamala Harris, in her latest effort to define her position on health care insurance, told a big-dollar Hamptons fundraiser she still wasn’t “comfortable” with the Medicare for All plan she has endorsed, her rival Bernie Sanders was quick to fire back.
Kamala Harris grew up in the radical environs of Berkeley and spent her childhood at marches and protests with her parents. But she went to law school and became a prosecutor, an unexpected career choice that she has to explain — and defend — to Democratic voters as she seeks the presidency.
Lawmakers and activists on both sides of the aisle blasted the Israeli government’s decision to bar Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entering the country after Trump urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to do so.
The investigation into Epstein’s death has expanded to include several more federal entities in both Washington and New York, suggesting that Attorney General William Barr is aware his reputation is tethered to the resolution of the Epstein affair.
The Israeli government on Thursday announced that it will bar Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., from entering the country after President Trump urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to ban them from visiting.