“He has had very unkind things to say about me and I was just wondering if you all had still kept him working there,” Blackburn said.
POLITICOSen. Marsha Blackburn today asked if a Google engineer who has criticized her still has a job.
“He has had very unkind things to say about me and I was just wondering if you all had still kept him working there," she said politi.co/3kG3shApic.twitter.com/ZY2kNjwVA4
It’s the latest inaccurate claim from the administration on the severity of the pandemic.
POLITICOThe White House’s science policy office today ranked “ending the Covid-19 pandemic” atop the list of Donald Trump’s top first-term accomplishments, even as the country registers record amounts of infections and hospitals fill up again
"Who are these folks? What history books do they read?” Obama said during a rally for Biden.
POLITICOBarack Obama laced into Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and senior adviser of President Donald Trump, after Kushner invoked a racist trope by implying that the lack of racial equality in the U.S. is due in part to a lack of motivation among Black Americans politi.co/3oAtx3Jpic.twitter.com/00B0KgHka5
POLITICONot a single Dem voted to confirm Amy Coney Barrett, while just one Republican — Sen. Susan Collins of Maine — joined Dems in opposition. That makes it the most partisan Supreme Court confirmation since 1869.
Ditching class to go to work — A ‘free-for-all’ for tracking virtual learning attendance
POLITICOPowell High School Principal Chad Smith has knocked on at least 20 doors since the school year began, searching for kids missing virtual classes at his school just outside Knoxville, Tenn. Nearly 30 percent of his students chose virtual learning this fall. politi.co/2J7TVStpic.twitter.com/ely0tojqQL