The political future of one of Israel’s staunchest supporters is on the line, as is the political power balance in the U.S. Senate.
Warren said that the Israel Anti-Boycott Act raises free speech concerns and that she cannot support the bill.
The changes were made to attract bipartisan support.
Franken said that Oklahoma colleague Tom Coburn wasn’t the funniest, while South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham was a talented wisecracker.
Schumer has won plaudits from his caucus for listening to liberal and moderate members and holding them together as a unified opposition.
“I stand with @Cernovich & @JackPosobiec,” Mandel wrote.
A rabbi, a priest and an imam write to say that the heartlessness of the Senate health care bill violates every religious principle.
Feinstein wants to ask Comey more questions about his firing as FBI director and how he ran the agency during the Obama and Trump administrations.
The bill adds sanctions on Iran due to its ballistic missile program and support for terrorism. Only Bernie Sanders and Rand Paul voted against it.
President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner will begin his journey through the Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation by meeting with committee staffers in mid-June.