McConnell’s comments suggest that he sees Sinema as a bigger impediment to Biden’s proposals than Sen. Joe Manchin.
Progressives warn Biden’s quest for bipartisanship is quixotic at best and threatens to dilute Democratic ambitions.
“One-hundred percent of our focus is on stopping this new administration,” the Senate majority leader said on Wednesday.
According to GOP lawmakers, slavery and the Three-Fifths Compromise were good, but 1619 isn’t a year worth remembering.
Sanders said McConnell and the GOP are motivated more by corporate money than providing help to the American people.
Giving the minority party veto power over widely supported legislation is undemocratic.
Polling before and after Biden’s speech to Congress on Wednesday show widespread support for a variety of his ideas.
The Democrats, led by Cori Bush and Pramila Jayapal, say ending the filibuster is the only way to end partisan gridlock.
After Jan. 6, some corporations vowed to cut donations to politicians involved, but it was soon business as usual again.
This is about more than getting along with Republicans.