Blackburn spoke remotely to a conference of conservative activists meeting this morning in Atlanta, telling them she kept her distance out of “an abundance of caution.”
As Republicans across the country celebrated the third day of the party’s convention on Wednesday night, Tennessee’s soon-to-be senior Sen. Marsha Blackburn gave a five-minute speech in which she praised law enforcement and the military.
The partisan divide over impeachment comes as no surprise. But a bit of a gap has also opened up between the Tennessee senators who are engaged in the impeachment trial.
Members of the Tennessee delegation in Congress have come out on Monday against President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northern Syria. The announcement, made by the president on Sunday night, has received significant pushback in the U.S. House and Senate, even among members of his own party.
Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn says the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump is nothing more than political theater. The Middle Tennessee Republican took to the Senate floor a day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the probe would go forward.
Listen / President Donald Trump traveled to Nashville Tuesday to support Congressman Marsha Blackburn in her bid for the U.S. Senate, but Republican hopefuls up and down the ballot sought to tie themselves to Trump in the hope that his popularity will rub off this fall.
Hundreds of people are gathering downtown for a rally with President Donald Trump later today — preparing for what would be his third appearance in Nashville since taking office 16 months ago.
Listen / President Donald Trump is scheduled to arrive in Nashville Tuesday afternoon, prompting road closures and heightened security around Municipal Auditorium, where the rally is to take place. The event is being put together by Trump’s political organization, and it seems to be aimed at bolstering Tennessee candidates — perhaps two in particular.
Listen / Bob Corker still seems to be on the fence about whether to reverse his decision to retire and get back into the race for Senate. But in a busy weekend for Republicans across Tennessee, the main contender for the Republican nomination, Congressman Marsha Blackburn, sought to make clear that he’d have to fight […]
Listen / Congressman Marsha Blackburn is blaming the Drug Enforcement Administration for not speaking up if legislation she co-sponsored is causing such a problem. An investigation by “60 Minutes” and the Washington Post highlighted her role in a law that made it tougher for the DEA to regulate opioids.