Progressives ready to mobilize if SCOTUS blocks student debt release. Liz Cheney was not kind to Republicans as she gave Democrats some advice. McCarthy slighted Trump, and he was forced to backtrack.
Mobilization if SCOTUS blocks student debt relief
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Today’s topics covered on Politics Done Right:
- ‘Failure Isn’t an Option’: Progressives Plan to Mobilize If Supreme Court Blocks Debt Relief: White House spokesperson on Tuesday would not say whether the Biden administration has an alternative plan to cancel student debt as borrowers and campaigners across the U.S. braced for—and prepared to mobilize in response to—a Supreme Court ruling on the Education Department’s pending relief program. Asked during a briefing if the White House has any contingency plans in place for a decision that blocks relief, Principal Deputy Press Secretary Olivia Dalton told reporters that the administration is “very confident” in its legal case and is “not going to get ahead of what the Supreme Court’s outcome is here.” “While we won’t get ahead of the decision, we know that the stakes couldn’t be higher for student borrowers right now,” Dalton added. “And certainly, we’re watching along with the millions of people who desperately need that student debt relief to see what the court will do here.” [More]
- Kevin McCarthy dissed Trump’s strength as a candidate and then begged for forgiveness: Kevin McCarthy gave Trump a small ding. He said it respectfully, but after the attack cauterized from the Right, he started the atonement for his sins against Trump. [More]
- Liz Cheney called on Republicans to reject Donald Trump outright as she warns Democrats: Kevin McCarthy gave Trump a small ding. He said it respectfully, but after the attack cauterized from the Right, he started the atonement for his sins against Trump. [More]
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