Susan Collins Headlines

  • Collins' husband: Ricin threat mentioned Kavanaugh vote

    The husband of Republican Sen. Susan Collins says a threatening letter that claimed to contain deadly ricin specifically mentioned her vote to nominate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Thomas Daffron told WABI-TV on Tuesday that the writer claimed the letter was tainted with...

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  • McConnell, Graham Recount Highlights, Lowlights of Kavanaugh Fight

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was first elected in 1984, but says his biggest achievement to date is something that didn’t happen. “My decision not... Read More The post McConnell, Graham Recount Highlights, Lowlights of Kavanaugh Fight appeared first on The Daily Signal.

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  • Graham: I hope Dems 'get their ass kicked' for conduct around Kavanaugh

    Sen. Linsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Tuesday that he hopes Democrats "get their ass kicked" in the November midterm elections for their behavior in the fight over Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation."There's t...

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  • Susan Collins 'ricin' letter was addressed to husband Thomas Daffron

    BANGOR, Maine — A spokeswoman for Sen. Susan Collins says the envelope a letter writer said contained deadly ricin was addressed to the senator's husband. Collins' husband, Thomas Daffron, told WCSH-TV and WLBZ-TV that he saw the letter while walking the dog. He says he saw the word "ricin" and ...

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  • Suspicious letter was addressed to Sen. Collins' husband

    A spokeswoman for Sen. Susan Collins says the envelope a letter writer said contained deadly ricin was addressed to the senator's husband. Collins' husband, Thomas Daffron, told WCSH-TV and WLBZ-TV that he saw the letter while walking the dog. He says he saw the word "ricin" and then...

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  • Alumni and faculty demand that St. Lawrence revoke Susan Collins' honorary degree

    More than a thousand alumni and faculty of St. Lawrence University are calling for Republican Sen. Susan Collins to be stripped of her honorary degree after voting to confirm Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Two letters were sent to the university's President William Fox last week, but ...

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