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Dershowitz: Mueller May Have Given Reason to Doubt Neutrality

Russia investigation special counsel Robert Mueller may have given President Donald Trump’s camp the ability to claim prejudice by bringing in several Democrats and party donors as part of his investigative team, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said Monday. Continue Reading....

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DNC Chair Tom Perez Supports Puerto Rico Statehood

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez supports statehood for Puerto Rico. Continue Reading....

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Trump Likely to Pick Ex-Bush Official as Deputy EPA Head

Jeff Holmstead, who served as a top official in the Environmental Protection Agency under President George W. Bush, is expected to be picked to be the second in command at the EPA, Axios reported. Continue Reading....

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Trump Tweets Support for Karen Handel in Georgia Race

President Donald Trump tweeted his support for Republican Karen Handel in Tuesday’s special election in Georgia to fill a seat in Congress to replace Tom Price, who left to become Secretary of Health and Human Services in Trump’s administration.”Vote now for Karen H,” he… Continue …

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NYT: Kushner Exploring Changes to His Legal Team

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner is exploring changes to his personal legal team, given that his current attorney has ties to special counsel Robert Mueller, The New York Times reported. Continue Reading....

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The Hill: Republicans Consider Canceling August Recess

Republicans appear more willing to work through the month-long August recess in order to make progress on healthcare reform, tax reform, and appropriations bills, according to The Hill. Continue Reading....

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Rubio: Trump's Cuba Policy Will Help 'Individual Cubans'

Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio said President Donald Trump’s new policy on Cuba will strengthen Cuban citizens while undermining the country’s military, The Washington Examiner reported Sunday.”When they get there, they have to spend their money with individual Cubans… Continue Reading....

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Handel, Ossoff Turn to Local Star Power in Final Days

Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff, candidates in the highly publicized Georgia special election, have turned to local stars in the campaign’s closing days, the Hill reports. Continue Reading....

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Ga. Special Election Pol: Handel- Ossoff, 'Either Could Win'

In an election viewed by some as a referendum on the Trump presidency, the Republican candidate for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District is closing in on her Democratic rival, a new poll showed Sunday.The WSB-Landmark Communications survey showed Democrat Jon Ossoff with… Continue Reading....

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Rep. Schiff: WH's Attacks on Mueller Won't Stop Probe

The investigation into collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign is unchanged, ongoing, and “just getting started,” despite the White House’s “besmirchment” attempts against special counsel Robert Mueller, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said Sunday.”Newt… Continue Reading....

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