The Virginia senator turned reporters' questions about China and the Mueller report into a masterclass on technological supremacy and national security.
President Trump is poised to boost tariffs on China. And in a rare bipartisan moment, top Democrats also call for a tough stance in trade talks.
Despite partisan rancor in Congress, the Intelligence Committee is working effectively – one of many topics Warner discussed at the Monitor Breakfast.
Trump’s top economic adviser mixes it up with reporters on China trade, the U.S.-Mexico border, and the president’s reported comment to Fed Chair Jay Powell - ‘I guess I’m stuck with you.’
Mr. Kudlow also weighed in on the president’s plan to close the border and his intention to nominate Stephen Moore to the Federal Reserve.
The California congressman is a man on a mission – to use his newfound power as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee to get answers on President Trump and Russia.
The House Intelligence chair says that without Republican support, impeachment would be ‘a partisan exercise doomed to failure.’
At a Monitor Breakfast, Senator Brown of Ohio talked about a possible presidential run - and how his favorite Russian author informs his progressive politics.
The Democratic senator from the critical battleground state of Ohio would focus his campaign on the concerns of working people – and says his rumpled authenticity is a plus in the industrial Midwest. He plans to make a decision in March.
Tom Perez, chair of the Democratic National Committee, talks up his party's wins in the midterms, strategy for 2020, and his unending faith in the Buffalo Bills with reporters at a Monitor Breakfast.
At a Monitor Breakfast, DNC Chairman Tom Perez pointed to Democratic wins in red states like Kansas, and the ouster of incumbent Sen. Dean Heller in Nevada, as indicators of what he calls a "50-state strategy" for the party.
At a Monitor Breakfast, US Chamber of Commerce leader Tom Donohue talked trade, tariffs, and why - after 21 years at the helm - he's not talking retirement.
Tom Donohue of the US Chamber reveals the complexity in how American businesses view Trump’s confrontation with China. Donohue agrees concerns are urgent, but says trade war is “biggest threat” to economy.
A key Republican sits down with reporters to discuss notable matchups and bellwether races ahead of the midterm elections.
A discussion with the House Republican in charge of keeping his party in control reveals the GOP's strategy for holding onto the majority. More than ever, it comes down to turning out the base.
President Trump’s first campaign manager remains a confidant. At a Monitor Breakfast, Lewandowski told stories that show the president is just like us - sort of.
A spate of memoirs by former Trump aides has raised questions over loyalty to the boss and what it means to retain a seat at the president's kitchen cabinet.
The AFL-CIO president mixed it up with reporters at a Monitor Breakfast that focused on President Trump’s efforts to rewrite US trade relationships.
The AFL-CIO leader agrees with President Trump that ‘it's time to rewrite those rules’ on trade, but isn't happy with how Trump has used tariffs. Many union members voted for Trump, putting Trumka in a tight spot.
With control of Congress at stake, this fall's elections represent a major test of whether organized labor can reclaim its hold on the blue-collar vote.
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