The hacking of NRCC emails underscores that election security cannot be a partisan issue. Democrats, Republicans, and Independents should stand united against these hacks. Ultimately, we all lose when our elections are undermined. It is incumbent upon both parties to take this problem seriously and to strongly support both new measures to address this problem in all its various forms and to support existing investigations into foreign interference in our elections.
“President Bush will be remembered as a dignified, civil and thoughtful leader who led our country during a time of historic global change. President Bush was a courageous and decorated pilot who served in World War II, an international statesman and a generous and compassionate spirit who spoke of a kinder, gentler America and a thousand points of light.
This week, presidential candidate Congressman John K. Delaney (D-MD-06) joined fellow legislators in announcing the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act (EICD). This landmark bipartisan legislation aims to reduce the nation’s carbon footprint by taxing greenhouse gas emissions. Under the EICD, corporations would be taxed at $15 per ton of CO2 emissions.
Delaney: President Trump Undermining Independent Federal Reserve, Risking Long-Term Economic Stability
On Tuesday, President Trump continued his unprecedented criticism of Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, stating that he was “not even a little bit happy” with Powell and blamed him for bad economic news.
Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6), who founded and led two publicly-traded financial services companies before the age of 40 and the only former CEO of a publicly-traded company in the House strongly criticized President Trump’s remarks.
President Trump’s administration’s use of tear gas at the border this weekend was excessive, damaging to our international standing and should be condemned by leaders in both parties. It is especially troubling that this step was taken with so many women and children present. Their aggressive and bellicose actions, following the direction of the White House, are escalating the situation.
Congressman John K. Delaney’s (MD-6) background, unifying message and early state strategy in Iowa is getting attention by national outlets, including the Washington Post and New York Times.