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An ad for a new Oscar-nominated film shows American Nazis at the dawn of World War II. It aims to provoke debate and change the minds of Trump voters.

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Pompeo denies US trying to cover up Khashoggi killing

The Trump administration pushed back Monday against allegations that it was trying to cover up the killing of Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi when it failed to send Congress a report determining who was responsible for his death.


Donald Trump can’t win in 2020 but the Democrats can lose, and they seem determined to give it their best shot. Straight-line predictions are the undoing of every pundit and prognosticator. But it seems safe to say that if present trends hold, President Trump has no path to winning a majority...

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Congress announces they have reached an agreement they believe President Trump will sign.

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US Steel cites Trump in resuming construction project

U.S. Steel Corp. will restart construction on an idled manufacturing facility in Alabama, and it gave some of the credit to President Donald Trump's trade policies in an announcement Monday.


President Donald Trump on Monday said freshman Democratic congresswoman Ilhan Omar "should be ashamed of herself" over tweets suggesting that a powerful pro-Israel interest group paid members of Congress to support Israel.

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Cuomo to meet with Trump over tax law changes

Gov. Cuomo is meeting President Trump at the White House Tuesday to discuss how changes in the federal code are hurting New York, the governor announced Monday. Speaking at an Albany press conference, Cuomo said the $10,000 cap on state and on local tax deductions (SALT) that can be deducted on...

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As second shutdown looms, border talks continue

To avert a partial shutdown set to begin Saturday, the House and Senate must pass identical spending bills that Trump would then need to sign into law.

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California governor rebukes Trump in border troop withdrawal

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) " California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday he's withdrawing most of the state's National Guard troops on the Mexico border because he won't participate in the Trump administration's "absurd theatrics" on border security.Still, he acknowledged some troops were doing good work...


U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., lashed out at President Donald Trump on Monday after he ridiculed the freshman lawmaker’s massively controversial “Green New Deal” during a rally in El Paso, Texas.  

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Beto vs. Trump: Dueling rallies along the US-Mexico border

A week after he told Oprah Winfrey that he’d decide on a White House run by the end of the month, Beto O’Rourke will take on President Trump Monday evening in dueling rallies along the U.S.-Mexico border in his hometown of El Paso.

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WASHINGTON (AP) " Private investigators working for Jeff Bezos have concluded that the brother of the Amazon CEO's mistress leaked the couple's intimate text messages to the National Enquirer, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Monday.The person wasn't authorized to...


Trump Came To El Paso To Lie About It

El Paso was getting safer well before the city's current border fence was constructed.

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In an exclusive interview with Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle," President Trump sounded a note of pity for the "pretty sad" controversy surrounding embattled Virginia Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam, but stopped short of calling for his resignation.

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WASHINGTON -- Congressional negotiators announced an agreement late Monday to prevent a government shutdown and finance construction of new barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, overcoming a late-stage hang-up over immigration enforcement issues that had threatened to scuttle the talks.Republicans...

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Trump is chipping away at Obama’s remade federal courts

“President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans are remaking the federal courts in their own image,” declared NPR’s Nina Totenberg recently. Others agree: The administration’s lower-court selections will change America “for generations.” Exciting, no? Unless you take the view that it...

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Ex-White House aide who wrote critical book sues Trump

A former White House aide who penned a critical book about the Trump Administration is suing President Trump — claiming that he is using the campaign organization to silence ex-employees. Cliff Sims, the author of “Team of Vipers,” sued the president after the campaign filed an arbitration...

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Trump and O’Rourke Face Off in El Paso Over Wall

President Trump travels to El Paso today for a rally to win support for his call for a border wall. But this time, his potential rival in 2020, Beto O’Rourke, will be there to answer him.

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