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Washington Post PoliticsJul 16, 2018
Pelosi, Schumer: Trump's news conference suggests Putin has something on him
In separate statements, the top two Democrats in Congress were highly critical of the president's appearance with the Russian leader.

New York Times PoliticsJul 16, 2018
Republicans Rebuke Trump for Siding With Putin as Democrats Demand Action
No Republican in Congress, however, pledged any particular action to punish President Trump, such as holding up his nominees, nor did they promise hearings or increased oversight.

The Daily BeastJul 16, 2018
Bernie Sanders: ‘Of Course' I'm Concerned Red-State Dems Might Vote For Kavanaugh
Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily BeastSen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has launched an aggressive campaign to defeat Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. It's taken him from the cable airwaves to a trio of Midwestern states so far. But as he ramps up the effort, the Senator has kept an eye back on D.C. where, he worries, Democrats may not be able to unify the ranks against Trump's pick.

"Of course," Sanders told The Daily Beast in an interview last week when asked if he worries about red-state Democrats voting in favor of the nominee as they face daunting electoral prospects in November. "My hope is that the Democrats will stay united and that we will successfully get a couple of Republicans to join us. But obviously, if we're going to win, Democrats have got to stay united on this issue. But we start off this fight against a very united Republican party, a party that is very fearful of the president. But we have got to do everything we can to pry loose a couple of Republican senators."

Sanders' fears aren't unfounded. When President Trump nominated Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, towards the beginning of his first term in office, Sens. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Joe Donnelly (D-IN)—all of whom are in tough re-election contests this cycle—voted to confirm him.

CNN PoliticsJul 15, 2018
CA Democrats endorse de León over incumbent Feinstein
Leaders of the California Democratic Party on Saturday voted overwhelmingly to endorse Kevin de León for the US Senate over incumbent Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

Politics - U.S. HouseJul 15, 2018
Kevin De León Beats Feinstein for California Democrats' Endorsement
While Senator Dianne Feinstein trounced Mr. de León in the California primary, they will still face off in the November election. The state party's endorsement of Mr. de León reflects the power of liberal activists.
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