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  • Kentucky candidate will have nickname on 2019 ballot: Trump

    FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Lots of Republicans like to campaign with President Donald Trump; now a candidate in Kentucky wants to campaign as Trump. Carl Nett, a Republican candidate for Secretary of State will appear on the ballot in the May primary as Carl "Trump" Nett. State law allows candidates ...

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  • After saying he was on the ballot, Trump insists he 'wasn't on the ballot'

    The day before Election Day, Trump declared, "In a certain way, I am on the ballot." Now, after seeing the results, he's saying the opposite.

    MSNBC
  • The Latest: More candidates emerge for Trump chief of staff

    WASHINGTON (AP) " The Latest on the White House chief of staff (all times local):9:25 p.m.As President Donald Trump ponders picking a new chief of staff, more names are emerging as possible contenders for the job.People familiar with the discussion at the White House tell The Associated Press that among the people being considered are the White House budget chief, Mick Mulvaney, and a Republican congressman from North Carolina, Mark Meadows.Other names in the mix [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • Trump rallies for Senate candidate after controversy in Mississippi

    President Trump was back on the campaign trail Monday, stumping in Mississippi for Cindy Hyde-Smith, who is facing Mike Espy in a racially charged runoff for a US Senate seat. The election is Tuesday. “If we win tomorrow, we’ll be at 53-47,” Trump said during the first of two appearances for the Republican, referring to...

    New York Post