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Pat Toomey said Donald Trump should be disqualified from running for president for his actions on Jan. 6.

The day before former President Donald Trump is expected to announce he is running for President in 2024, Republican Sen. Pat Toomey said Trump should be disqualified for his actions on Jan. 6.

By Oliver Morrison/WESA

Dr. Oz and Pat Toomey call on John Fetterman to debate in Pa. Senate race

Republican Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz is teaming up with U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey to publicly call on his Democratic rival in Pennsylvania, John Fetterman, to participate in a debate.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

Russia sanctions Pa. Sen. Pat Toomey, 24 more Americans

Russia has imposed sanctions on 25 Americans, including actors Sean Penn and Ben Stiller.

By The Associated Press

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Updated: 2022-02-25 12:53:12

Most Central Pennsylvania congressional reps condemn Ukraine attack; some criticize Biden administration

Republicans and Democrats are both blasting Russia's military strikes, but the GOP is using the moment to criticize President Joe Biden.
By Sam Dunklau and Gabriela Martínez/WITF

US cuts deal on steel tariffs with EU, but Sen. Toomey says more is needed

The Republican has criticized the levies ever since former President Trump authorized them in 2018 under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act.

By An-Li Herring/WESA

At tele town hall, Toomey reiterates opposition to Biden’s broad infrastructure plan

U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey is part of a small group of GOP senators who has been working with the White House about infrastructure spending proposals. But as Democrats threatened to move ahead without Republican support on Tuesday, Toomey told voters during a telephone town hall that there are still enormous differences between the political parties.

By Lucy Perkins/WESA

Toomey ‘perplexed’ by U.S. Steel’s cancellation of $1.5B upgrade to Pennsylvania plants

Local labor and industry are still reeling from U.S. Steel’s decision to scrap major upgrades to its plants in the Mon Valley.

By An-Li Herring/WESA