Hicks is scheduled to speak with the Intelligence Committee behind closed doors on Tuesday, but lawmakers expect she may refuse to answer their questions, following the example of other close aides and advisers to the president.
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“I want highly trained people that have a natural talent, like hitting a baseball, or hitting a golf ball, or putting,” the president said.
Short answer: not much.
“I really believe I’d run in, even if I didn’t have a weapon,” he said during a White House meeting with governors.
In Indiana, the gratitude for already-evident paycheck bumps shows the problem the party faces in 2018 elections.
But there’s no evidence that the Republican-controlled House would bring the bill to a vote
Five Vietnam draft deferments. Ducking when rushed. Shrinking from an eagle. For all his talk, the president is not big on public displays of bravery.
Lawmakers say the fate of any firearms restrictions after the Florida school shooting rests with the president.
The hard-right state lawmaker could factor into the battle for the Senate majority.