There's no question that Alabama's Mo Brooks is one of the most outspoken Members of Congress, particularly on the issue immigration. He is relentless in his rhetoric, whether he is speaking from the House floor or appearing on Meet the Press or interviewing with your humble narrator.
Ivey’s leadership style is different than her most recent predecessors. Riley, who served from 2002-2010, was a shrewd and dapper economic salesman who would dominate any room he walked into with charismatic authority. Bentley was at first admired for his meeker bedside manner, but his regular recitation of “I’m the governor” belied an insecurity within himself - and festered confusion among others - about who was actually in charge.
Absentee voting hits record levels; White House says ‘we’re not going to control the pandemic’; AL economy expected to contract 3.4%; Voters could remove racist phrases from state constitution; US navy plane training killed two in Alabama residential neighborhood
The coronavirus has reached into the heart of the White House once more, less than a week before Election Day, as it scorches the nation and the president's top aide says "we're not going to control the pandemic.” Officials on Sunday scoffed at the notion of dialing back in-person campaigning despite positive tests from several aides to Vice President Mike Pence, who leads the White House coronavirus task force.
President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden fought over how to tame the raging coronavirus during the campaign's closing debate, largely shelving the rancor that overshadowed their previous face-off in favor of a more substantive exchange that highlighted their vastly different approaches to the major domestic and foreign challenges facing the nation.