WholeFoods Magazine named Mitch McConnell its Man of the Year for championing a hemp growing project in his home state of Kentucky. Now Twitter users are trying to boycott Whole Foods Supermarkets, which is unrelated.
On Monday, Kentucky Democrats jokingly declared a "Wrap Battle" against the Senate Majority Leader, who's up for re-election in 2020.
"We have begun proactive outreach to many accounts who have not logged into Twitter in over six months to inform them their accounts may be permanently removed," a Twitter spokesperson told Newsweek.
Having lost my daughter in the Parkland shooting, I am all too well aware of who is trying to stop gun violence and who isn't. "Do-nothing" Democrats is a slur, especially coming from the men blocking gun safety laws.
The Senate Majority Leader said it is "way too early" to say how the Senate "might handle impeachment."
The Senate Majority Leader was once again condemned over gun control, days after #MassacreMitch trended for a second time.
The Trump-McConnell team is transforming the judiciary from liberal to conservative for at least a generation – and possibly even longer.
"Putting out a tweet like this, full of your BS on a day when 3 children died is disgusting @senatemajldr," Fred Guttenberg wrote.
Mitt Romney, Joni Ernst, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski: If more than a couple of GOP senators say they intend to vote against Trump, a flood of Republican senators could turn against the president.
The bill would require background checks for private firearm sales. It passed the House in February but stalled in the Senate.
"How can we refuse to see that shooting in real time, demanding our attention, requiring our action?" Senator Blumenthal asked his colleagues as he learned of the Santa Clarita shooting.
The billboard is going live just days after a Republican incumbent governor lost to a Democrat in deep-red Kentucky.
Representative Charles Booker, Kentucky's youngest black lawmaker in 90 years, announced he's forming an exploratory committee to look into unseating Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
#FreeMattJones has begun trending on Twitter after a complaint by Republicans forced Matt Jones to take a leave of absence from Kentucky Sports Radio.
Republican Matt Bevin lost to his Democratic rival in Kentucky's gubernatorial election but other races on that day were dominated by the GOP.
McConnell's critics saw Tuesday's election as a sign of the Senate majority leader's fate in 2020, but Trump claimed it was proof he would "win big."
"My assessment is one could run into February," said. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee. "Will it? It's not up to me."
Republicans in the U.S. Senate blocked the latest attempt by Democrats to vote on a voting rights and election reform bill Wednesday.
Schumer has been fighting over government funding with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The government is funded through November 21.
"I'm not here to tell you that Donald Trump's done nothing wrong," the Trump ally told reporters. "I'm not here to tell you anything other than that the way [Democrats] are going about it is really dangerous for the country."
"I don't recall any conversations with the president about that phone call," the Republican Senate majority leader said.
McConnell's lack of defense was a representation of a middle-of-the-road approach he was deploying with his GOP Senate colleagues, whom he said could speak for themselves about Trump's morning tweet.
"He thinks Democrats are of the same mind: let's not drag this out for five weeks," one attendee of the GOP lunch on Wednesday said.
Longtime White House correspondent Sam Donaldson said President Trump's supporters love him because they want a "white Christian country" back. But he said Senate Republicans will gladly convict him if public support for impeachment continues to rise.
"Nancy Pelosi's in the clutches of a left wing mob," McConnell says in the video asking for campaign donations.
President of Judicial Watch says Senate Majority Leader should use his power to end "harrassment" againt Trump.
The chances that McConnell may soon have to face that reality have become increasingly likely, as House Democrats are surging forward with their newly launched impeachment proceedings amid news that Trump pressured a foreign leader to investigate a political foe.
"Do we want to retain our honor, our principle, and our moral authority?" That was the question Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell asked fellow senators as they weighed the articles of impeachment against former President Bill Clinton.
"Well, the question is what are the Republicans thinking on the Hill?" Joe Scarborough said about a whistleblower complaint filed on Trump's communication with a foreign leader.
The probes comes after media reports accused Chao of using her position in the Trump administration to benefit herself and her family's business.