Alaska’s already been under a statewide shelter-in-place order for nearly a week and has restricted nearly all in-state travel.
Murkowski said Trump’s actions were “shameful and wrong” but that voters should ultimately decide if it was shameful and wrong.
Alaska’s U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski will vote against any efforts to call witnesses in the Senate impeachment trial, she announced in a prepared statement today….
Would she like to hear what Bolton has to say? Yes, but she’ll wait ’til later in the impeachment process to decide if it’s needed.
“If it means that I’m viewed as one who looks openly and critically at every issue in front of me rather than acting as a rubber stamp for my party or my president, I’m good with that. I’m totally good with that.”
Young’s words from 1998 gained traction on social media today, leading a few to believe the 86-year-old Young had made a surprising turn.
Dunleavy’s been on the stump for national support against the recall.
Sullivan said the U.S. should be prepared to destroy and kill forces that harm U.S. troops during the withdrawal, which he opposes.
The trio worries that the move betrays U.S. allies and opens a void to be filled by Iran and Russia.
The border emergency had been used to divert funds away from more than $100 million in Alaska projects to the border wall.