Gawker also listed the communal items shared and split by her and her ex-husband.
Schumer is antagonizing Sinema and Manchin as he still hopes to win their votes on big pieces of ‘Build Back Better.’
Alyssa Mastromonaco, deputy chief of staff under Obama, used the slur while berating Sinema for opposing filibuster changes.
The move is the latest in a series of rebukes to the senator from Democratic officials and donors.
You would think that would go without saying, but, apparently, not.
Mondaire Jones called Wednesday’s vote ‘the worst assault on the right to vote since Jim Crow.’
The purpose of last night’s theater was for Schumer to say, ‘we tried.’ But the costs of that ‘trying’ were steep indeed.
The senator’s apparent hope that maybe Democratic leadership would spare him from having to take a difficult vote was dashed last night.