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Susan Ferrechio

Washington D.C.
Chief Congressional Correspondent — Washington Examiner

Washington Examiner's Chief Congressional Correspondent

Critics: Obama let Kennedy, ethics run amok at State — Allegations that a top official at the State Department proposed a 'quid pro quo' with the FBI in order to declassify a Hillary Clinton email is leading to more scrutiny of his tenure at State, as well as President Obama's record of ethics enforcement at departments across the executive branch.

'Public option' not an option for GOP — The renewed call by Democrats for a public option health plan has steeled Republican resistance to expanding the healthcare law, suggesting 2017 may bring nothing but more gridlock when it comes to fixing the problems that even Democrats now admit are plaguing Obamacare.

Where's the 'substantial evidence' Trump promised would disprove his accusers? — Donald Trump promised last Thursday to release legitimate proof in the near future that would exonerate himself from multiple allegations of sexual assault. We already have substantial evidence to dispute these lies, and it will be made public in an appropriate way and at an appropriate time  -  very soon, said the Republican presidential hopeful at a rally in West Palm Beach, Fla.

Ryan cuts $4 million check for NRCC in battle to hold House — House Speaker Paul Ryan this month gave nearly $4 million to the House Republican campaign arm to be immediately deployed for vulnerable races in the final weeks before the election, the Washington Examiner has learned.

What happened in the final presidential debate? — October 20, 2016 Guests: Jim Newell, Susan Ferrechio The final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was held last night. Today, we're going to take a look at what happened and what the candidate's performances portend for the rest of the campaign and on election.

Ryan: Obamacare 'can't be fixed' — House Speaker Paul Ryan repeated a longstanding GOP call to repeal Affordable Care Act on Thursday, and rejected President Obama's call to expand his signature healthcare law. After listening to the president's speech, I'm not sure what health care law he was talking about, Ryan said in a statement.

GOP announces 'unprecedented' contempt resolution for Clinton tech firm — Rep. Lamar Smith, chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, said Thursday that his panel planned to hold the firm that managed Hillary Clinton's email server in contempt of Congress, the first time he said his committee has ever taken such an unprecedented step to enforce a subpoena.

Guide to Election Day's 10 most important ballot proposals — There are 157 statewide proposals on the Election Day ballot in 35 states. Of those, here are the 10 most important. Some will have a huge impact if enacted. Others might increase turnout among certain groups in crucial swing states.

New York's plan to save nuclear goes to court — New York's new $7.6 billion climate plan to save its ailing nuclear power plants is going to court, which could present a major setback for the industry in its struggle to compete with other generators.

McCain calls on Trump to accept election results — Sen. John McCain called on Donald Trump to respect the decision of the majority on Election Day, pointing to his own loss to President Obama in 2008 as an example. I didn't like the outcome of the 2008 election, McCain said. But I had a duty to concede, and I did so without reluctance.
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Oct 20, 2016

RT @stjamesschoolfc: Eighth grade students mark their last "Alaska Day" by making seismometers!

Oct 20, 2016

RT @whyyradiotimes: "Trump is often accused of lowering the bar but Hillary Clinton has taken every opportunity to bait him" @susanferrechio on Radio Times now

Oct 20, 2016

RT @seanmdav: I don't bring up 2000 as a defense of Trump. I bring it up as an indictment of the 2000 Truthers who now pretend election truthing is new.

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