With three months remaining until the 2020 election, the Trump campaign appears to be surrendering in Colorado, with no television advertising time reserved at all in the state, prompting the question: Will August be the month Cory Gardner, a close ally of the president, breaks from President Donald Trump?
For Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), the coronavirus pandemic is only going to make an already-difficult re-election fight in November even more of an uphill battle, multiple political experts told the Colorado Times Recorder in recent interviews.
Colorado’s Congressional Dems Denounce Trump Program to Cut Health Program for Poor–While GOP Mostly Mum
Through an executive action called “Healthy Adult Opportunity,” the Trump Administration is poised to overhaul the fundamentals of Medicaid, a state-federal health insurance program for low-income people, putting the elderly, children, and other poor people at risk of losing coverage or benefits.
Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) joined the majority of his colleagues on the Senate Subcommittee on East Asia, The Pacific, and International Cybersecurity Policy, which he chairs, in keeping mostly quiet on President Trump’s suggestion that China investigate former Vice President Joe Biden–while two Democrats on the committee criticized Trump.
In a sign of the growing recognition of the need to address the role social media and technology play in fueling mass shootings, the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee held a hearing with representatives from major tech firms to probe what the government could do.