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07/17/2024 --duluthnewstribune
'The worst outcome will be what happens to us.'
07/17/2024 --rawstory
A South Florida dive bar has been hit by backlash after displaying a joke about the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump on its large outdoor sign.“How do you miss a head that’s that inflated?” was arranged in large letters on the marquee outside Harry’s Banana Farm in Lake Worth Beach Monday, Miami News Times reports. The sign was taken down within 24 hours following public outcry, mostly from supporters of the former president and current GOP nominee to return to the White House.Trump was injured and a spectator was killed Saturday at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania when a 20-year-old shooter climbed a roof and fired off several shots before being killed by Secret Service members.Harry’s Banana Farm manager Lou De Stout told WPTV News he has a penchant for crafting snarky signage outside the bar.ALSO READ: Ex-Republican concerned Trump is hiding medical report after attack"I thought it was just another humorous sign but apparently it struck a nerve,” De Stout told WPTV.Soon after the sign went up, Trump supporters gathered outside the restaurant Monday in protest and flocked to the business's online Yelp page, spamming it with negative reviews.The following day, the bar had a new message on the marquee."Yeah for Trump. So happy for him. You crazy b-----ds happy?"Watch the video below or at this link.
11/07/2023 --politico
"Hopefully we can work through this and get something done in a short period of time," the Alabama senator said.
11/02/2023 --politico
The move comes as several GOP members confront the Alabama senator over his blanket hold on nominees.
11/02/2023 --thehill
The Senate on Thursday approved three senior military nominations, filling crucial positions to lead the Navy, Air Force and Marines that have until now been blocked by Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.). The Senate voted to confirm Adm. Lisa Franchetti for chief of naval operations, making her the first woman to officially lead the Navy. Franchetti has been serving as chief of...
11/02/2023 --cbsnews
For hours on the Senate floor Wednesday, a group of Republican senators publicly broke with Alabama GOP Sen. Tommy Tuberville over his hold on military nominations.
11/02/2023 --washingtontimes
Frustrated Republican senators spent hours Wednesday evening on the chamber floor trying to confirm dozens of military officers up for promotions, escalating a monthslong feud with fellow Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville.
11/01/2023 --mercurynews
Schumer said Smith's sudden medical emergency is "precisely the kind of avoidable emergency that Sen. Tuberville has provoked though his reckless holds."
11/01/2023 --washingtontimes
Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer on Wednesday moved forward under pressure to confirm President Biden's nominees for top posts in the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps, after insisting for months that he wouldn't schedule individual votes for military positions over Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville's blanket hold on promotions.
10/31/2023 --politico
If successful, the chamber will approve top leaders for the Navy, Air Force and the Marine Corps' No. 2 as soon as Wednesday.
10/26/2023 --cbs17
Senate Democrats are working with Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Ariz.) and a handful of Republicans on a rarely used procedural tactic to defeat Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-Ala.) blockade of more than 360 military promotions, a stalemate that has consumed the Senate for months. Democrats are looking at using a standing order resolution to move a block [...]
10/26/2023 --rollcall
The Senate resumed consideration of its three-bill spending “minibus” Thursday by rejecting an amendment from Sen. Mike Braun that would effectively strip spending earmarked for state and local projects from the package. The Senate voted 35-62 to reject the Indiana Republican’s proposal that would prevent $3.8 billion in earmarked spending from going to 1,270 projects […] The post Senate rejects Braun amendment to strip ‘minibus’ earmarks appeared first on Roll Call.