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  • Trump May Finally Be Getting Too Racist for America

    His naked appeals to white identity politics may appeal to some of his supporters—it's up to the rest of us to stand up against those appeals.

    Vice
  • Anthony Scaramucci defends Trump, but doesn't always agree

    As tensions between the Trump administration and the press continue, members of the media are getting support from an unlikely source — former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci. Scaramucci said he takes issue with the president's recent comments praising a congressman's...

    ABC News
  • Anthony Scaramucci defends Trump, but doesn't always agree

    NEW YORK (AP) - As tensions between the Trump administration and the press continue, members of the media are getting support from an unlikely source -...

    Mail Online
  • Anthony Scaramucci defends Trump, but doesn't always agree

    NEW YORK (AP) - As tensions between the Trump administration and the press continue, members of the media are getting support from an unlikely source - former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci. Scaramucci said he takes issue with the president's recent comments praising a congressman's violence against a reporter ...

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  • Trump briefed by CIA chief on Khashoggi killing

    President Trump was briefed on Thursday by CIA Director Gina Haspel on the investigation into the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the

    TheHill
  • Trump may not know what's behind warming, but scientists do

    Despite what President Donald Trump says, scientists have long known that what's warming the planet isn't natural. It's us. They even have the energy balance sheets accounting for changes in the climate to prove it. President Trump's own White House put out a science report...

    ABC News
  • Trump-haters are driving support for Trump by blaming him for actions of a Trump-hater

    Trump Derangement Syndrome is a real mental disorder, and one of its effects is the blinding of the TDS-afflicted to the way their actions affect normal people.

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  • Do Trump's Tariffs Actually Exist? Donald Trump Debates Donald Trump.

    Do the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration actually exist? Many people are saying that they do—and that, in fact, they are the greatest tariffs ever—but some are now disputing that claim. One of the loudest voices to emerge recently from the tariffs-are-not-real camp is President Donald Trump himself. "We don't have any tariffs," Trump told four reporters from The Wall Street Journal during an interview conducted Tuesday in the Oval Office. "I didn't put tariffs. Where do we have...

    Reason.com
  • Trump appointment of new justice chief called 'unlawful'

    President Donald Trump's appointment of Matthew Whitaker to lead the US Department of Justice was called "unlawful" Tuesday in a court challenge less than...

    Mail Online
  • Will Theresa May agree a Brexit deal this week?

    Theresa May's Cabinet met on Tuesday morning to discuss Brexit. Downing Street sources say there has been no breakthrough yet but believe a Brexit deal could still be struck this week. However, time is running out to meet the deadline for a November EU summit. The EU has set a deadline for the end of play on Wednesday for May to agree on a deal. LONDON — Will there be a Brexit deal this week? Downing Street sources Business Insider spoke to on Monday were downbeat, suggesting that a deal was...

    Business Insider
  • Trump’s protectionism might just save the WTO

    The president’s tariffs may very well revitalize the reform the WTO needs.

    Washington Post
  • Trump: More Reporters May Lose White House Credentials

    President Donald Trump said he might not return CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s pass to get into the White House.

    Fortune
  • President Trump suggests Cabinet changes may be coming

    WASHINGTON— President Donald Trump says he’s happy with “most” of his Cabinet as he suggests changes may be coming. Trump said at a Wednesday press conference that he is “looking at different people for different positions,” adding that “it is very common after the midterms.” ****************Get complete elections results here*************************** Asked specifically about the future of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Trump says, “I’d rather answer...

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  • Trump may consider Kobach, Bondi for attorney general

    President Donald Trump launched a search for a new attorney general Wednesday with immediate recommendations to consider several high-profile officials, including Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and retiring Florida … Click to Continue

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  • Trump may consider Kobach, Bondi for attorney general

    President Donald Trump launched a search for a new attorney general Wednesday with immediate recommendations to consider several high-profile officials, including Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and retiring Florida … Click to Continue

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  • The Latest: Trump suggests Cabinet changes may be coming

    The Latest on President Donald Trump and the midterm elections (all times local): 12:35 p.m. President Donald Trump says he's happy with "most" of his Cabinet as he suggests changes … Click to Continue

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  • Divisive Dems may be own undoing with kinder, gentler Trump

    In his last interview before voters had their turn, President Trump said he regretted using a harsh tone during much of his first two years. “I would like to have a much softer tone,” he told the Sinclair Broadcasting Group. “I would love to get along, and I think after the election, a lot of...

    New York Post
  • Why Trump’s unpopularity may not be the handicap you’d expect

    Trump has an advantage that past presidents didn't: Command of his base's favorite media outlet.

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  • Theresa May slams Donald Trump's sanctions on Iran

    The Prime Minister Theresa May said she 'regrets' the President's decision to impose the restrictions and said the UK would stick with the Iran nuclear agreement.

    Mail Online
  • Turkey's Erdogan, Trump agree on steps for stronger ties

    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - Turkish officials say U.S. President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have agreed to take "constructive steps"...

    Mail Online
  • This prosecutor says Mueller may have already subpoenaed Trump

    President Trump is reportedly blaming one of his top lawyers in his first years in office – Don McGahn – for Mueller’s progress in the Russia probe. Another Trump lawyer – Jay Sekulow – went on the record to reiterate that Mueller has not issued a...

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  • Trump Medicare chief says more Americans having Medicare is scary

    Seema Verma isn’t a well-known member of President Donald Trump’s administration, but she is an important one. As the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, Verma is in charge of overseeing health programs that over 100 million Americans rely on. So it seemed like an odd choice for Trump’s Medicare chief to call […]

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  • Trump admin may change strategy on domestic terrorism

    The Trump administration is on the verge of cancelling a grant program aimed at fighting domestic terrorism, including white extremism. Ali Velshi talks to former Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin and MSNBC National Security

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  • Pence: Trump citizenship plan may not conflict with Constitution

    Vice President Pence said Tuesday that President Trump's plan to sign an executive or

    TheHill