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CNN had a weird Friday night after Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded his Russia investigation and delivered his report. Analyst Jeffrey Toobin repeatedly had to explain to viewers and fellow contributors that, yes, the investigation really is over and no, there are no arrests forthcoming. But it wasn’t just the contributors and analysts, Democrats from
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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) revealed on social media that Democrats are whispering about the possibility of impeaching President Donald Trump, but they will not support it publicly. “Unfortunately, many Members of Congress whisper the President should be impeached but have not supported my call for impeachment,” Waters tweeted on Thursday. “Only a few of us
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More than 140 groups and individuals signed onto a Monday letter supporting President Donald Trump’s proposed climate panel to review recent studies on climate change. The letter’s signatories are composed of conservative think tanks, science groups, scientists such as Ivar Giaever, who won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1973, and others. Recent climate science
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One of the primary benefits of being a first-term incumbent president is that you don’t have to worry about a primary challenge. Traditionally, the incumbent is able to focus all their energy on the general election, while, of course, maintaining their presidential duties. But former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who ran for the Republican presidential
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Despite the death of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) last August, President Donald Trump twice targeted McCain on social media over the weekend, earning a swift rebuke from conservative commentator Meghan McCain, the late senator’s daughter. Why did Trump attack McCain? Trump’s latest attacks come amid reports revealing the role that McCain played in the dissemination
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Democratic members of Congress are warning President Donald Trump against the possibility that he might pardon his former campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was sentenced for numerous federal crimes. Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) said it would be a “gross abuse of power” that would precipitate “immediate action” by Congress, but he didn’t say what that
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President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign is said to be unprecedented in size and scope, having already secured $100 million as it continues building out the regiment needed to win a second term. “We are on track to outpace our 2016 numbers by many multiples,” Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said, The Washington Post reported Sunday. “We
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told The Washington Post in an interview published Monday that she does not want to impeach President Donald Trump. Pelosi’s anti-impeachment stance puts her in opposition to a vocal wing of the Democratic Party that has made President Trump’s removal from office a central issue. “I’m not for impeachment. …
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President Donald Trump’s pursuit of funding for his border wall will only lead to another government shutdown, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) warned on Sunday. What did they say? In a joint statement, the Democratic leaders said they hope Trump “learned his lesson” from the last partial government
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Stormy Daniels is declaring victory even as her lawsuit was dismissed against President Donald Trump over payment she received to cover up an extramarital affair she had with him ahead of the 2016 election. “Correction: Judge tosses out NDA!” she tweeted, referring to the non-disclosure agreement she had signed with a shell company set up
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After former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton announced that she would not seek the Democratic nomination in 2020, she and her 2016 rival President Donald Trump exchanged some parting shots on Twitter. Clinton announced that she would not be running during a local news interview in New York on Monday. Trump responded Tuesday afternoon. “‘(Crooked) Hillary
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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) unleashed a tirade Monday evening against President Donald Trump from her Twitter account and advocated for impeachment despite Democratic leadership cautioning for patience on the matter. “Lying Trump came away from fake summit with terrorist & killer Kim Jong-un w/ nothing because Kim never intended to offer anything,” she chided. “Don
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Rep. Jerrold Nader (D-N.Y.) appeared to stun CNN’s Erin Burnett with his response to her question about whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, a central claim of the president’s critics. Nadler, who is the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, admitted that there as not yet enough evidence to positively conclude that the president obstructed
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Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul said there will be 10 Republican Senators who vote against the resolution to terminate President Donald Trump’s national emergency for border wall funding Monday afternoon. Paul told a group of reporters on Capitol Hill that he thinks there will be 10 Senators who vote against Texas Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro’s resolution, which
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