Corker says plans to speak out regularly and forcefully against former President Donald Trump, who he says had some major policy achievements but whose actions — especially related to undermining the election results — are “unforgivable.”
When Congress votes on Wednesday to certify the election results of the presidential election, Tennessee will be in a unique position: Both U.S. senators will be voting to overturn the results. Republicans Marsha Blackburn and Bill Hagerty have pledged to fight the certification process.
As Tennessee’s Republicans in Congress prepare to contest the presidential election results, members of their party who used to hold those seats are criticizing the move.
Senator Bob Corker said he is “disappointed” to announce he won’t be voting for the current tax overhaul plan. In a statement released Friday afternoon, the Tennessee Republican said he supports a number of provisions in the legislation and that the tax bill could be fixed to be more fiscally sound and still encourage economic […]
Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker delivered his harshest criticism yet of President Donald Trump on Tuesday, again questioning the Republican leader’s competency, calling the president untruthful, and implying for the first time that he now regrets supporting Trump.
Listen / Tennessee Senator Bob Corker says he will not seek another term. In an announcement released Tuesday afternoon, the two-term Republican says he never expected to stay in Washington more than 12 years.
In President Obama’s third visit to Tennessee in the past year, he will be announcing a proposal that would make community college free for all Americans. “We also have make sure that everybody has the opportunity to constantly train themselves for better jobs, better wages, better benefits,” he said in a video Thursday night.
U.S. Sen. Bob Corker officially becomes chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this week.
Tennessee’s top transportation official says lawmakers should consider state gas tax increase, even if the federal government does the same.
Tennessee’s two Republican senators came down on opposing sides of the $1.1 trillion spending bill that passed over the weekend.