Senator Hawley Statement on Government Spending Bill

“The spending bill we just voted on is the latest exhibit of why Congress is dysfunctional. The bill is 1,100 pages and it was filed in the dead of night. Only in Washington is this considered normal. The process is broken and it’s a dumb way to do the people’s business, especially when it comes to upholding our most important responsibility - keeping our people safe. The spending bill doesn’t secure our border and weakens the authority of ICE to keep our citizens safe.”

Sen. Hawley Demands More Answers from FBI Director Following McCabe Confirmation of Counterintelligence Investigation against President Trump

Following recent confirmation by former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Deputy Director Andrew McCabe that the agency opened a counterintelligence investigation against the President of the United States, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri sent a second letter to FBI Director Chris Wray demanding more answers regarding the agency’s tactics. 

Senator Hawley Questions Attorney General Nominee William Barr

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) questioned Attorney General nominee William Barr today in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Senator Hawley’s questions focused on the recent report that the FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation into the President and the growing concerns of the concentration of power and misuse of personal data of big tech companies.

Senator Hawley Commends Missourians Participating in March for Life

“It’s incredible to see people of all ages and backgrounds, from Missouri and across the country, who have made the trek to our nation’s capital to speak their hearts, their minds, their faith – to tell their elected leaders that this nation was founded on the dignity of every person and that every life is worth fighting for. I am proud to stand for the right to life. Always.”

Senator Hawley Statement on Death of Scott Wirtz

“With heavy hearts, my wife Erin and I extend our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Scott Wirtz and the St. Louis community. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time. As we honor Scott’s life and memory, may we never forget his courage and exemplary service to our nation.”

Senator Hawley Statement on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

“Today, we celebrate the life and legacy of one of the most remarkable change agents in American history. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. inspired the nation to strive for the greatness that comes when every man, woman and child is treated equally. Dr. King’s life is a profound example of servant leadership and a profound reminder that one person committed to justice can change the world.”

Senator Hawley questions national security expert on U.S. companies engaging in technology transfer agreements with China in Armed Services Committee hearing

In his first open Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Senator Josh Hawley questioned Ely Ratner, Executive Vice President and Director of Studies at the Center for a New American Security, on whether U.S. tech companies should be signing onto sensitive technology transfer agreements with Chinese firms.