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Trump passes on naming rights Back in December, before the 35-day government shutdown, Donald Trump was practically branding it like it was a Trump hotel, Trump golf course or Trump steak.

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President Trump delivers remarks on his administration's agenda and relations with North Korea during a rally in El Paso, Texas.

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President Donald Trump went to Texas to push his immigration policies but turned first to mocking Beto O'Rourke, the former Democratic congressman from Texas now mulling a presidential run, as the two held dueling rallies in El Paso on Monday evening. In a case of pointed political...

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President Trump discusses border security during an exclusive interview with Laura Ingraham prior to his Make America Great Again rally in El Paso, Texas.

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CUCUTA, Colombia (AP) " Nearly three weeks after the Trump administration backed an all-out effort to overthrow Nicolas Maduro, there is little sign the Venezuelan president is losing his grip on power.Dozens of nations have recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido's claim to the presidency and the...

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Sims penned an insider account about his time in the White House. His lawsuit comes after Trump’s lawyers began arbitration proceedings, and the president attacked him on Twitter.

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A federal lawsuit filed in northern California’s U.S. District Court seeks to shield 100,000 immigrants from Honduras and Nepal from losing temporary protected status.

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Beto O'Rourke, Trump Set For Clash In El Paso Over Border Wall

The president's demands for a wall will be the topic of protests and rallies in Texas, including one featuring a potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.

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Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie weighs in on the Democrats planning to challenge President Trump during the 2020 presidential race.

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Lawyers for eight immigrant families separated under Trump administration policy have filed claims with the U.S. government demanding $6 million each in damages for what they described as lasting trauma

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President Donald Trump has signed an executive order directing federal agencies to prioritize research and development in artificial intelligence.The plan, called the American AI Initiative, follows big investment pledges from China and other countries intended to advance and apply AI technology in...

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He wants Donald Trump to repeal one of tax reform’s best features.

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ALBANY -- Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said he is scheduled to meet with President Donald Trump on Tuesday to press his effort to overhaul Trump's tax plan, which is driving up federal income taxes for high-income, highly taxed New Yorkers.

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump's wall mirage, immigrant stereotypes

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Monday presented the border wall as a work in progress, hailing the start of a "big, big portion" with much more coming soon. That's a hefty exaggeration from a president who has yet…

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Key lawmakers said late Monday that they had reached a tentative agreement over immigration rules and funding for border barriers, a deal that if signed by President Donald Trump would avert another government shutdown set to start at week's end. White House officials did not have an immediate...

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Eight immigrant families demanded millions of dollars in damages Monday from the Trump administration for separating them, including a Guatemalan woman who alleged an officer said her 5-year-old son would … Click to Continue »

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Trump Pushes Iraq to Stop Buying Energy From Iran

The push by American officials to get Iraq to comply with Iran sanctions could lead to more mass protests and political instability in the electricity-starved country.

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Will O'Rourke join the growing field of Democratic presidential hopefuls? Peter Doocy reports from Washington.

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