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The Daily BeastApr 18, 2021
The Squishy Sadness of the Last Moderate Republicans
Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast / Photos via GettyYou'd think that four years of rolling over for abuses of democracy might make the last moderate Republicans at least pretend to be a little sheepish about what they're entitled to, but no. They're triggered, so triggered that anonymous aides are making the rounds saying things like, "The administration roundly dismissed our effort as wholly inadequate in order to justify its go-it-alone strategy."

Yes, Republicans are embracing bipartisanship now that they've lost the House, the Senate and the presidency. If Biden really cared about America, they're whining, he'd give Republicans a few little wins like letting them chip away at the agenda that swept Democrats into power.

The senators who call themselves the G-10, elevating themselves to nation status, are real mad. That crew includes Lisa Murkowski, who voted with Trump 72.6 percent of the time and Mitt Romney, who voted with Trump 75 percent of the time. Rob Portman, who's retiring, and Bill Cassidy, who did vote to impeach Trump after he led an armed insurrection at the Capitol so congratulations, I guess, for doing the bare minimum? And I guess the others—Shelley Moore Capito, Todd Young, Jerry Moran, Susan Collins, Thom Tillis and Mike Rounds—consider themselves moderates because they didn't try to overturn the election?

Fox PoliticsApr 17, 2021
Sen. Lindsey Graham blasts Democrats court-packing plan; says Biden has created 'instability'
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., slammed Democrats on "Justice with Judge Jeanine" for their attempt to pack the Supreme Court, calling it a "dramatic, bold move," and saying he would "destroy the Supreme Court as we know it." 

Fox PoliticsApr 15, 2021
Turley blasts Democrats for planning 'hostile takeover of the Supreme Court' with court-packing proposal
Legislation to expand the Supreme Court proposed by House and Senate Democrats represents "a crisis of leadership and a failure on the part of President Biden," George Washington University law professor and Fox News contributor Jonathan Turley told "The Story" Thursday.

CNN PoliticsApr 14, 2021
Effort to include Republicans on infrastructure plan falling flat on Capitol Hill
The prospects for any bipartisan deal on infrastructures are swiftly narrowing on Capitol Hill, where Republicans view President Joe Biden's sweeping definition of infrastructure as a nonstarter and Democrats have the legislative tools to pass a bill without a single Republican vote.
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