June 2017

The Hill: Dem lawmaker mocks Trump Cabinet meeting

In a series of tweets, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) mocked video that emerged Monday from President Trump’s Cabinet meeting in which each department secretary offered praise for the president.

"Dear Great Leader [Donald Trump]: Your golf game is godlike, your wit, Shakespearean and your tweets nourish people like manna from heaven,” Lieu wrote.

“To the most awesome POTUS like ever: Thank you Donald Trump for taking out Bin Laden; defeating the Soviet Union and getting us to the moon.”

Bipartisan Report: JUST IN: Rep. Perfectly Destroys Trump’s Monday With ‘Covfefe Act’

He’s only a few months into his presidency, but it’s still safe to say that no other president has used social media in the same way that Donald Trump has. As a result, an Illinois lawmaker is making an effort to ensure that President Trump and his successors are held accountable for what they post on the internet.

The Hill: Democrat keeps the jokes coming on Trump’s private meetings

Two days after former FBI Director James Comey's explosive congressional testimony, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) is still poking fun at President Trump's alleged demand for loyalty.

"Today I asked all staff to clear the room except for my district director. I then looked him straight in the eye & asked how's the weather," Lieu wrote on Twitter early Saturday.

Easy Reader News: The rise of Ted Lieu: South Bay congressman emerges as a national leader of the Trump opposition

Every two years, a lengthy tome entitled “Constitution, Jefferson’s Manual and Rules of the House of Representatives,” lands with a thud in the bays of the United States Government Publishing Office. The book contains the law of making laws in the lower chamber of Congress. And as a few days in Washington, D.C. makes clear, “congress” is not only an action and a place but also a duration.

World Net Daily: Dem congressmen's guide explains how to leak secrets

WASHINGTON – More than three months before the Justice Department announced a 25-year-old National Security Agency contractor had been arrested for leaking top-secret information to a news outlet, two Democratic members of Congress launched a taxpayer-funded, official government website to show federal employees how to leak government information to the media.