As Trump is promising action on gun safety legislation, Colorado Republican House leader Patrick Neville of Castle Rock is taking credit for talking Trump out of pushing a red flag bill in the wake of the 2018 Parkland, Florida, gun massacre.
Without a whimper of dissent, a portrait of Trump was added to a third-story wall at the Colorado Capitol today, joining the likenesses of scores of other U.S. presidents.
A former Democratic state representative will join Republicans in a ceremony Aug. 1 to mark the unveiling of a Trump portrait on the third floor of the Colorado Capitol, where portraits of all other U.S. presidents hang.
The Douglas County GOP Facebook page shared a meme this week featuring photos of the four Democratic congresswomen known as “The Squad” with the caption “Democrats; We’re Bold, New, And We Hate You!”
UPDATE July 22: Republicans issued a statement that the unveiling of the portrait will take place Aug. 1.
Colorado Republicans were unable to get Trump to take time while he’s in Colorado this week to appear at an unveiling of a Trump portrait, which is ready and waiting for hanging at the state capitol.
A couple years ago, when Trump refused to condemn an attack by white nationalists at a protest in Charlottesville, saying at the time that the violence was caused by “very fine people on both sides,” Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner jumped in the national media spotlight and called on Trump to “lay blame on white supremacists, on white nationalism, and on hatred.”
Colorado Springs artist Sarah Boardman has finished her portrait of President Donald Trump for the Colorado Capitol.
After The Denver Post declared this month that its 2014 endorsement of U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) was a big mistake, former Post owner Dean Singleton got a call from Gardner himself.
Before Voting with Trump on National Emergency, Gardner Said Twice He Was Against It. What Changed His Mind?
In his short explanation of why he voted with Trump for a national emergency to build a border wall, Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner did not explain why he told at least two Colorado media outlets that he opposed the national emergency.