“I think he's flattering me,” Tony Blair said. “I wish I looked that good.”
"We are doing everything we can possibly do to get the websites working better, faster, sooner," the president said.
"I think we can come to an agreement" without the so-called "nuclear option," Sen. Joe Manchin said Sunday.
In Monday's Rose Garden address, Obama will cite economic progress, five years after the Lehman Brothers collapse.
Former White House senior adviser David Axelrod said Thursday that President Obama faced an unenviable challenge on how to proceed in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria.
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) August 29, 2013
Whatever POTUS does on Syria, there will be critics. Politics challenging any way he goes.
Already, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have criticized the president for his handling of the Assad regime — with opinion on how the United States should respond running the gamut from non-intervention to regime change.
That same optimism hasn't followed another question Gallup has posed over the years related to the state of national affairs.
Republicans said that Obama used “campaign-style” tactics to attack a GOP student loan-rate plan that was rejected in Senate.
The Gang of Eight member said their package would help prevent attacks on the homeland.
While Sen. Rob Portman announced he had a "change of heart," the Arizona Republican doesn’t see himself following suit.
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) launches a preemptive political strike against the budget plan that Senate Democrats will offer next week.