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The Monitor Breakfast's first 'third generation' guest, Ronna (Romney) McDaniel was open about her conflict with ‘Uncle Mitt’ and about being a woman and mother in politics.
At a Monitor Breakfast, GOP Chair Ronna (Romney) McDaniel spoke about the intra-party feud between her uncle, Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, and President Trump.
At a Monitor Breakfast, the DNC chair said every 2020 Democratic presidential candidate has pledged to support the eventual nominee – despite the melange of personalities and ideologies remaining.
At a Monitor Breakfast, the head of a key Homeland Security agency defended new restrictions on legal immigration in “America First” terms.
Indian Muslim brides and grooms stand in line to register themselves during a mass marriage ceremony for more than 80 couples of various religions in Kolkata, India, Feb. 14.
At a Monitor Breakfast, acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli said, 'The question is, do you need congressional action or can the executive act on their own?'
The Texas Senator's debate skills were on full display at a Monitor Breakfast as he waxed on about his home state's 'shifting political identity' and his plans to run for president again in 2024.
When the Texas Republican ran in 2016, it was ‘the most fun I’ve ever had in my life,’ he said. At Thursday’s Monitor Breakfast, the senator also talked guns and the ‘purpling’ of Texas.
Sparring with reporters at a Monitor Breakfast, the AFL-CIO president explained why "kitchen table economics" are key to winning union members' support and beating Trump.
AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka sees “kitchen table economics” as as key to the next election. He also says unions can help save democracy.
The AFL-CIO president talks with reporters at a Monitor Breakfast about ensuring the new NAFTA works for workers – and how to beat Trump in 2020.
Rep. Tom Emmer's competitive spirit was on full display as he discussed with reporters the GOP strategy for retaking the House next year.
NRCC chair Tom Emmer said there’s “no place” for language like the “Send her back!” Trump rally chant aimed at Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar.
At a Monitor Breakfast, Speaker Pelosi showed how her bold approach - sartorially and in her ability to go toe-to-toe with President Trump - has taken her far.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was the guest at the Monitor Breakfast on Wednesday. You can watch the full C-SPAN video of Ms. Pelosi's appearance here.
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