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Chuck Schumer Contact & Bio Information
Born 11/23/1950 (Age 70)
Contact Senate Leader Chuck Schumer (D) by his email address, mailing address, DC office phone number, campaign website, and Facebook & Twitter pages:
DC Phone Number: 202-224-6542
Notable Speaking Engagements by Chuck Schumer
Chuck Schumer Congress Details
Years in Congress: 01/03/1981 - Present
Committee Leadership: Joint Committee on the Library, Joint Committee on Printing & Rules & Administration
Committees On: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs, Finance & Judiciary
Chuck Schumer History
Senate Leader (01/03/2017 - Present)
U.S. Senator from New York (01/03/1999 - 01/03/2017)
U.S. Representative from New York (01/03/1981 - 01/03/1999)
New York State Representative (01/01/1975 - 12/31/1980)
College Attended: Harvard ('74, '71)
Degrees Earned: J.D. (Law) Law (74) & Bachelors Degree (71)
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer spoke with MSNBC's Chris Hayes to discuss how he feels his first months as Majority Leader are going and the recently passed stimulus package that Democrats passed without any Republican support. Leader Schumer praised a number of items in the stimulus package, but singled out the provision that provides financial assistance for loved ones of someone who passed away from the virus to hold a funeral, saying that “It’s a good thing amidst this disaster to at least give people the assurance—even if they don’t have their jobs or don’t have money—that a loved one who dies will get a proper burial and a proper funeral."
Senator Chuck Schumer spoke for the first time in his new role as the Majority Leader shortly after two Democratic Senators from Georgia who officially handed Democrats control of the chamber were sworn in and President Biden took his oath of office on the Capitol grounds. Leader Schumer expressed optimism about the future and promised that the newly minted Democratic majority will work tirelessly to tackle big issues like "racial justice, economic justice, equality of opportunity and equality under the law," while also confronting head on the challenges of a rapidly changing climate that impacts the entire world.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer delivered a speech at the 2020 Democratic National Convention in which he called for not only Vice President Joe Biden to be elected President, but for the American people to vote to give Senate Democrats a majority for the first time since 2014. Mr. Schumer reminded the American people that a Republican led Senate would be able to block many Joe Biden's priorities should he be elected but not have a Senate majority to help him enact his priorities into law.
Democratic Leader, Chuck Schumer spoke with MSNBC Morning Joe hosts about the agreement that was reached between White House and Senate leaders on a $2 trillion COVID-19 bill which would alleviate the economic impact of the virus outbreak.He broke down how the bill would help Americans.When asked about President Trump saying that the country would open back up by Easter, he said that it should be left up to the medical authorities in the country, not the politicians.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer breaks down his party's plans to expand unemployment insurance dramatically with the upcoming economic stimulus relief package, in response to the Coronavirus pandemic's overall effect on the economy. He calls it 'unemployment insurance on steroids'. He says Republicans are 'conceptually' on board. The insurance would cover all workers effected.
Senate Minority Chuck Schumer spoke on the Senate floor one day after the House of Representatives approved two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. Schumer rebuffed Majority Leader McConnell's criticisms of the process and instead accused the Majority Leader of "plotting the most rushed, least thorough, and most unfair impeachment trial in modern history."
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was interviewed by the hosts of "CBS This Morning" from Washington, D.C. to discuss the next steps in the impeachment process now that the House of Representatives has formally charged President Donald Trump with two articles of impeachment and the Senate prepares for the trial. Schumer accused Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of wanting to "hiding the truth" because McConnell is refusing to allow witnesses Democrats say testimony is imperative.