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Trump Furious at White House Counsel for Not Killing Russia Probe

President Donald Trump reportedly lashed out at his White House counsel for not doing more to stop the investigation into Russian election interference. Continue Reading....

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Press, Others Criticize Less-Frequent, Untelevised WH Briefings

Members of the press and others are criticizing the Trump administration, saying that White House press briefings need to return to being frequent and televised, according to The Hill. Continue Reading....

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Trump Team Tries to Curb Twitter Habit

White House aides are attempting to curb President Donald Trump’s Twitter habits, according to The Washington Post. Continue Reading....

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Trump: I've Helped Pass and Sign 38 Bills

President Donald Trump on Friday took to Twitter to tout his achievements since taking office. Continue Reading....

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Trump: Senators Against GOP Health Bill 'Will Probably Get There'

Four Republican senators who do not now support their party’s version of a bill to replace and repeal Obamacare will “probably get there,” President Donald Trump said in an interview airing Friday. Continue Reading....

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Bernie Sanders Rips 'Barbaric' Healthcare Plan

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday ripped as “barbaric” the plan by Senate Republicans to repeal and replace Obamacare, saying “this is what oligarchy is all about.” Continue Reading....

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Report: Trump Asked DNI Coats to Refute Russian Collusion

President Donald Trump seemed obsessed with the Russia probe, DNI Dan Coats told a House panel on Thursday, and the president asked him repeatedly to say publicly that no Russian collusion occurred during the election, according to news reports. Continue Reading....

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John Cornyn: Healthcare Bill 'Absolutely' Helps Poor Americans

Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn said Thursday that the Republican healthcare plan “absolutely” helps low-income people in the United States. Continue Reading....

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NYT: Mitch McConnell Could Win by Losing on Healthcare Bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell may see a loss on his chamber’s version of the American Health Care Act as a boon – in part because it was hastily written and not greeted with strong enthusiasm by many members of his own party.McConnell, 75, the …

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Obama Slams GOP Health Plan as 'Massive Transfer of Wealth'

Former President Barack Obama on Thursday ripped the Republican Senate’s plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, calling it “a massive transfer of wealth from middle-class and poor families to the richest people in America.” Continue Reading....

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