President Trump’s Federal Reserve pick is forcing lawmakers to confront a fresh round of uncomfortable allegations of sexual misconduct against women as the 2020 campaign begins.
Nearly a dozen Republicans opted to oppose President Donald Trump's decision to declare a national emergency in order to build a border wall.
Some House Republicans joined Democrats Thursday in overwhelmingly passing a resolution calling on the Justice Department to make the Mueller report public.
The president also said he "stopped the blue wave."
The investigation is the latest development in a hot-contested race.
Trump also claimed the "blue wave" of Democratic wins on Tuesday was "dead."
If Democrats win back the House, Trump's tax returns could be exposed.
Many who supported the Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act downplay estimates of higher costs.
Republicans quickly disavowed what they called a "mob" that angrily confronted House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi in Miami last week.
Sen. Chuck Grassley confirmed on Twitter the report had been delivered.