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Today on the Hill: Senate Looks to Clinch Short-Term Funding Package

Congress is set to close out the November legislative session today amid a looming government funding deadline. Despite a push to pass the continuing resolution (CR) yesterday, Senators will look to pass the stopgap funding bill this morning in order to place the bill on President Donald Trump’s desk for a signature ahead of the midnight deadline. In addition to the CR, the Senate will resume consideration of Dan Brouillette’s nomination to be Secretary of Energy. In the House, lawmakers have begun consideration of a measure out of the Education and Labor Committee that seeks to address workplace violence in the health care and social service sectors.

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In Politico’s ‘Morning Money Newsletter,’ TRP’s Rosenstock Discusses The Trump/Warren Crossover

In today’s Politico Morning Money newsletter — the leading Financial Services beat in Washington, D.C. — TRP’s Jason Rosenstock was mentioned discussing Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) rise in the race for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination. First published in TRP’s weekly Financial Services Report, Rosenstock’s quote astutely compares the anti-Wall Street sentiments that form the backbone of Sen. Warren’s campaign to the populist wave that elected President Donald Trump in 2016. “The rise of Warren shouldn’t surprise people as she is simply feeding on the same emotions that Trump tapped into to win four years ago,” said Rosenstock.