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McDaniel, for his part, is sounding the anti-Washington establishment theme that Moore relied on, saying he's focused on "making sure Mitch McConnell is not selecting our next senator." There's already a Democrat eyeing the race with Mike Espy, President Bill Clinton's first agriculture secretary, saying he ...

The report argues that there are two ways to wave the white flag on China trade — one, favored by the Washington establishment, is to accept Chinese cheating as the way of the world; the other, perhaps favored by Trump, is to adopt a mercantilism of our own. Both would concede to the Chinese an ...
Is the president getting rid of advisers who might hold different views than he does, advisers who are more interested in cultivating the Washington establishment than the president? Tillerson's appointment, for instance, was championed by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, an influential figure in ...
The foreign policy establishment in Washington is crying foul after the Trump administration proposed to cut funding for organizations responsible for ... His article quickly made the rounds of the Washington establishment circles, where it received praise from former CIA agent and failed presidential ...
On Wednesday, McDaniel much of his announcement speech railing against the political establishment in Washington and laying into Wicker. “If Washington ... McDaniel framed his 2018 race as unfinished business with the Washington establishment, which had helped put Cochran over the finish line.
Democratic Party's DC Establishment Attacks Progressive Texas Candidate for US House. "The days where party bosses picked the candidates in their smoke-filled rooms are over," says candidate Laura Moser. "D.C. needs to let Houston vote." by. Jessica Corbett, staff writer. Tweet. Share. Share. Share.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is under attack in his race to replace retiring Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, in a new ad released Thursday labeling the former Massachusetts Gov. as an establishment “flip-flopper” with “liberal Massachusetts values.” “The D.C. establishment loves Mitt ...


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