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Trump's Attacks on Sessions Are Angering His Base in Deep-Red Alabama - Bloomberg

The poor, black and Democratic neighborhoods of Alabama's North Birmingham didn't vote for President Donald Trump, who has spent the past two weeks disparaging and Twitter-torturing Jeff Sessions, the attorney general and former U.S. Senator from their ...and more »

Alabama May Be Trump Country, but It's Standing With Sessions - New York Times

PAINT ROCK, Ala. — At a senior center here in the northeast corner of Alabama, one decree ordinarily rises above the rules of Rook and dominoes: No talking about politics or religion. But by late this week, after days of watching President Trump ...and more »

Rep. Brooks: McConnell 'responsible' for health care repeal failure - CNN

(CNN) If Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell can't shepherd President Donald Trump's agenda through the Senate, he should be replaced, Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Alabama, said Friday. "You think the problem is leadership? You think it's time for a change ...and more »

Republican lawmaker suggests Mitch McConnell resign after failed 'skinny-repeal' bill of Obamacare - The Courier-Journal

A Republican lawmaker is suggesting Senate Majority Mitch McConnell resign following the defeat of a GOP bill that would have repealed portions of the Affordable Care Act. In an interview with CNN, Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks called out McConnell for ...and more »

Here's why Trump's feud with Jeff Sessions will backfire - CNBC

Chaos reins in the White House, with the latest bombshell coming from new communications chief Anthony Scaramucci who unleashed a profanity-laced tirade excoriating Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and advisor Steve Bannon in a New Yorker article ...and more »

GOP Rep. Mo Brooks: Mitch McConnell has 'got to go' - CNN

Washington (CNN) A GOP congressman running for Jeff Sessions' Senate seat in Alabama upped the ante in the crowded Republican field on Wednesday, calling for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's ouster and labeling him the "head of the swamp.and more »

Republicans are starting to call for Mitch McConnell's head - Salon

Mitch McConnell, the long-time leader of the Senate GOP, is already facing calls for his resignation following the party's failures to pass several high-profile health care bills. Mo Brooks, a congressman from Alabama who is trying to upgrade to the ...and more »

GOP Rep Mo Brooks: McConnell Should Step Down as Majority Leader If Obamacare Isn't Repealed - Breitbart News

GOP Rep. Mo Brooks: Mitch McConnell has "got to go" — CNN (@CNN) July 28, 2017. 28 Jul 2017. Friday on CNN's “New Day,” Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), a candidate for the U.S. Senate in Alabama, suggested it ...and more »

Mo Brooks: 'If I Were Mitch McConnell, I Would Resign' - Roll Call

Rep. Mo Brooks said if he was Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, he would resign in the wake of the latest failure of the GOP health bill. Brooks, R-Ala. said McConnell was “responsible” for the bill's failure and that he was putting the GOP's ...and more »

GOP rep. says McConnell is 'head of the swamp' - The Hill

Rep. Mo Brooks Morris (Mo) Jackson BrooksAlabama sues Census Bureau for counting undocumented immigrants GOP lawmaker says rocks falling into ocean to blame for rising sea levels Republican worries 'assassination risk' prompting lawmaker ...and more »