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  1. Republicans cheer Bannon exit but warn Trump still needs to change

    Fresnobee.com - California 08.18 / 20:00 fresnobee.com
    Republicans exhaled on Friday after President Donald Trump ousted controversial strategist Steve Bannon from the White House —a move that will help ease lawmakers' return to Washington after a damaging … Click to Continue »…
  2. Republicans cheer Bannon exit but warn Trump still needs to change

    CharlotteObserver-Politics 08.18 / 19:57 charlotteobserver.com
    Republicans exhaled on Friday after President Donald Trump ousted controversial strategist Steve Bannon from the White House —a move that will help ease lawmakers' return to Washington after a damaging … Click to Continue »…
  3. Republicans cheer Bannon exit but warn Trump still needs to change

    MiamiHerald-Politics 08.18 / 19:57 miamiherald.com
    Republicans exhaled on Friday after President Donald Trump ousted controversial strategist Steve Bannon from the White House —a move that will help ease lawmakers' return to Washington after a damaging … Click to Continue »…
  4. Republicans’ Immigration Plan: A Whiter America

    Tikkun.org - U.S. 08.18 / 18:25 tikkun.org
    Republicans’ immigration plan: A whiter America  By Emile Schepers Jeanette Vizguerra, a Mexican immigrant who has lived in a church to avoid immigration authorities for the past three months, speaks after leaving the church May 12, in downtown Denver. Supporters say …Read more >>…
  5. Kobach: Republicans ‘Irrationally Fearful’ of Stating Mainstream Opinions

    Breitbart.com - Politics 08.18 / 17:01 breitbart.com
    Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Vice Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity and a candidate for governor, joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Friday’s Breitbart News Daily to discuss the political fallout from C…
  6. Tesei on Charlottesville: Greenwich Republican Officials Abhor and Detest Behavior of White Supremacists and Nazis

    During his weekly WGCH 1490 radio show First Selectman Peter Tesei talked to a caller asking why she hadn't heard him speak to the events at Charlottesville last Saturday. Tesei said Greenwich Republicans abhor and detest the behavior of Nazis and white supremacists, but that the vigil organized by Indivisible Greenwich was…
  7. Republican Arizona Senator Jeff Flake is in a political knife fight with his parties leader…Donald Trump…

    Politicaldog101.com - Law 08.18 / 15:42 politicaldog101.com
    Flake is a longtime critic of Trump. He didn’t support Trump during the 2016 presidential election and, besides writing a book on conservatism, has criticized the president publicly during television a…
  8. Republicans openly question Trump’s competence, moral leadership

    Deathandtaxesmag.com - Politics 08.18 / 15:05 deathandtaxesmag.com
    Senator Corker says Donald "has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the competence that he needs…
  9. Log Cabin Republicans Statement on Charlottesville Lacks Mention of White Supremacists, Trump

    Edgecharlotte.com - Charlotte 08.18 / 14:00 edgecharlotte.com
    As high-ranking Republicans continued to blast the White House's response to the violence at the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, LGBT conservative group Log Cabin Republicans appears to be standing by the president -- albeit…
  10. 73rd Mohave County Republican Picnic on Saturday

    Havasunews.com - Arizona 08.18 / 13:47 havasunews.com
    KINGMAN – The 73rd annual Mohave County Republican Picnic will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in Recreation Area No. 1 at Hualapai Mountain Park, milepost 11 on Hualapai Mountain R…
  11. Medical marijuana bill on its way to Indiana legislature — and a Republican is behind it

    420intel.com - Politics 08.18 / 13:38 420intel.com
    A Republican lawmaker plans to introduce a bill during the upcoming legislative session that would legalize medical marijuana. Rep. Jim Lucas of Seymour said he is still working out the details, but has "every intention of introducing a bill that legalizes medical marijuana." "I can’t comprehend how we can deny people something that provides them with relief that’s not addictive and is not killing anyone when we know for a fact that prescription opioids are killing people," he said. Lucas h…
  12. Oakland County Republicans to host community action day Aug. 20

    The 11th Congressional District Republican Majority Committee is establishing community action days to help those in need. On Aug. 20, committee volunteers will be head to Walled Lake to help a homeowner do a "yard makeover." Other action day events were held July 15 and Aug. 5 in Wixom and Walled…
  13. Malloy Calls On Connecticut Republicans To Repudiate Trump's Statements

    As the national debate continues on race after the events last weekend in Charlottesville, Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy delivered the following prepared remarks during a news conference Thursday afternoon in Hartford. Here is the full text of Malloy's remarks:In the wake of the tragedy at …
  14. Fellow Republicans assail Trump after he defends Confederate monuments

    Unionleader.com-NH 08.18 / 07:45 www.unionleader.com
    President Donald Trump decried on Thursday the removal of monuments to the pro-slavery Civil War Confederacy, echoing white nationalists and drawing stinging rebukes from fellow Republicans in a controversy that has inflamed racial…
  15. Assembly Republican Leader Chad Mayes interrogated by his own party members

    Desertsun.com - California (CA) 08.18 / 07:19 desertsun.com
    Riverside County Republican activists invited Mayes to the Mission Inn in Riverside, but in the end asked him to resign his leadership post in…
  16. County Republicans Reject Julie Dole, Elect State Rep. Adam Gardiner As New Recorder

    Kuer.org - Utah (UT) 08.18 / 05:58 kuer.org
    Salt Lake County Republicans chose State Representative Adam Gardiner to replace Gary Ott as county recorder. Gardiner says he will not keep acting recorder Julie Dole in the…
  17. Melissa Melendez says she will seek to replace Chad Mayes as Assembly Republican leader

    LATimes-Tennis 08.18 / 04:43 latimes.com
    Aug. 17, 2017, 8:24 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:Lin-Manuel Miranda will take his 'Hamilton' fame to a meeting with students with Rep. Tony Cardenas ThursdayRepublican congressmen have…
  18. Varied Republican Response To Charlottesville Raises Questions On Legislative Ability

    Wuwf.org - Florida (FL) 08.18 / 04:23 wuwf.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST: Republicans in Congress wanted to spend this summer talking about taxes. That's the reason a group of senior House Republicans gathered in California this week. But President Trump's response to the white nationalist protest in Charlottesville has drowned out that conversation. Here's NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. SUSAN DAVIS, BYLINE: Before any hard battle, it's common to seek a little spiritual guidance. So ahead…
  19. Iowa Republicans at the Fair Stand By Their Man Despite Trump Controversy

    Whotv.com - Iowa 08.18 / 03:46 whotv.com
      DES MOINES, Iowa — President Donald Trump may be facing one of his most difficult weeks as Commander-In-Chief.  “Every day there’s conteroversy and that’s very scary,” said Jean Eichelberger, a democrat from Polk City. His supporters, like Kris McVicker from West Des Moines visiting the Iowa State Fair would say otherwise.  “He’s doing great things, I believe that.” A cardboard cutout offered photo opportunities and a banner saying &…
  20. Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez says she will seek to replace Chad Mayes as Assembly Republican leader

    LATimes-Golf 08.18 / 03:43 latimes.com
    Aug. 17, 2017, 8:24 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:Lin-Manuel Miranda will take his 'Hamilton' fame to a meeting with students with Rep. Tony Cardenas ThursdayRepublican congressmen have…