Senator Jeff Flake

United States Senate AZ

Next Election: 2018

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4 stars

"realDonaldTrump saying that he might not accept election results is beyond the pale", "realDonaldTrump is wrong about his level of support. He needs to withdraw from the race."


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Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, a vocal critic of Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, weighed in on his support of what he said were the president’s “stellar” Cabinet nominees Friday night. Asked about Rex Tillerson, Mr. Trump’s pick to lead the State Department, Flake pledged a vote to confirm the oil executive.“I think he’s great,” Flake said in an interview with CBSN. Flake also discussed his support for Steven Mnuchin, the former Goldman Sachs executive who Mr. Trump has chosen to lead the Treasury Department. “I give the president - whether it’s Democrat or Republican - wide latitude in their Cabinet picks,” said the Arizona Republican. “Elections have consequences and we ought to give - unless there’s some disqualifying aspect - we ought to give the president who he wants to run the administration.”


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voted for Senate Vote 26 - Adopts Budget Resolution To Repeal Obamacare


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Donald Trump's new FCC boss, Ajit Pai, has nuked an Obama-era rule that banned ISPs from selling off your browsing data, location, financial and health information, children's information, Social Security Number and contents of your messages, without your permission. The now-defunct rule also required ISPs to notify you when they got hacked and your sensitive personal information got out into the wild. Just to be sure that this rule never comes back, Senate Republicans have introduced a resolution that invalidates the old FCC rule and bans the FCC from ever imposing a rule of this nature. The resolution was authored by Senator Jeff Flake [R-AZ, Twitter, email, DC office 202-224-4521, Phoenix office 602-840-1891, Tuscon office 520-575-8633] and backed by 23 other Republicans.


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3 stars

President Trump and his administration are right to be concerned about national security, but its unacceptable when even legal permanent residents are being detained or turned away at airports and ports of entry. Enhancing long term national security requires that we have a clear-eyed view of radical Islamic terrorism without ascribing radical Islamic terrorist views to all Muslims.

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