Chris Collins has performed as a Trump surrogate. How is that faring on his home turf?
If you had told me Wednesday morning that Representative Chris Collins would be arrested, indicted, and arraigned for federal crimes, I’d have thought you were crazy.
Afternoon WBEN talker David Bellavia ran in a Republican primary against Chris Collins to win the right to battle incumbent Kathy Hochul for the 27th Congressional District seat.
Luckily, the Buffalo News’ Rod Watson wrote this opinion column, so I don’t have to.
CNN’s Chris Cuomo interviewed cross-examined Congressman Chris Collins over Donald Trump’s outrageous and unconscionable attacks on a judge overseeing one of the Trump University fraud cases. This was expertly done and truly leaves Mr.
The re-election campaign for Congressman Chris Collins (R-CNN) released this incoherently childish nonsense yesterday:
Chris Collins meets a constituent, scolds her for disagreeing with him, says he doesn’t represent her, then jets without saying goodbye. Nice fella.
Chris Collins just made the most brilliant — or most devastating — gamble of his political career.
To paraphrase a line from Hamilton, well, you’re never gon’ be secret’ry now.