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Moore later piled on, tweeting that "we can't Make America Great Again with another radical liberal in the Senate."
The Republican tax plan unfairly penalizes high-tax states and could negatively impact the nation's economy, Gov. Dannel Malloy told CNBC.
Cuomo, a Democrat known for his centrist approach to governing, is often mentioned as a potential candidate for president.
The former staffer said the congressman asked at least four times if she'd be willing to act as a surrogate in exchange for money.
Papadopoulos "will make a big difference" in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, fiancee Simona Mangiante tells ABC News.
The outlet had previously reported someone had sent members of the Trump campaign team information which was not publicly known.
Trump administration officials are concerned about the lack of wage growth in the economy, White House economic advisor Gary Cohn says.
Only 32 percent of the Americans surveyed approve of the president's performance, according to the latest poll from Pew Research Center.
Critics of the Republican-sponsored plan say companies will use the windfall to reward investors with share buybacks and dividends.
Two Republican consultants say Arizona GOP Rep. Trent Franks is resigning from Congress.
But results skewed along partisan lines. Just a quarter of conservatives believe there was improper contacts, while more than 80 percent of liberals did.
The legislation now moves to the president's desk, where President Donald Trump is expected to sign it before Friday's midnight deadline.
Congress is considering tax legislation that could repeal the requirement that most Americans have health insurance or pay a fine.
Sen. Al Franken will resign after new allegations and growing calls for his resignation.
The bill now moves on to the Senate, where it is expected to pass before Friday's midnight deadline.
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