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Andy Cohen says he totally understands why Kathy Griffin hates him, and that he’s happy to be the subject of her anger if it gives her “peace.” The Bravo host joined shock jock Howard Stern on his SiriusXM show Wednesday and opened up about the purported feud with the comedian, which...

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El presidente Donald Trump arremetió el miércoles contra California por sus así llamadas políticas santuario, en el que parece ser su esfuerzo más reciente por envalentonar a sus seguidores de … Click to Continue »

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Amid fresh uncertainty over his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he is committed to pressing for the country to abandon its nuclear program as part of any meeting.

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President Donald Trump is hammering California for its sanctuary policies in his latest push to resist the "resistance" to his presidency.

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The president's income from Trump International Hotel in Washington topped $40 million last year, according to a copy of his annual financial disclosure report released on Wednesday, making the property a clear winner among a portfolio which showed mixed results.         

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Trump had previously denied any knowledge of the payment to Daniels.

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European frustration with the Trump administration boiled over Wednesday as leaders gathered in the Bulgarian capital to tackle two issues straining trans-Atlantic ties: the fate of the Iranian nuclear deal and the threat of U.S. tariffs.

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CBS luminaries slammed President Trump at the network’s glitzy annual upfront presentation at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday. First up was Murphy Brown star Candice Bergen, who took the stage to introduce Madison Avenue executives to the revival of her 1990s-era sitcom. She’ll reprise her role as a...

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Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's personal attorney, solicited a payment of at least $1 million from the government of Qatar in late 2016, in exchange for access to and advice about the then-incoming administration, according to several people with knowledge of the episode. The offer,...

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