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Sep 11 2017
There are few people who have believed in President Trump as firmly and unapologetically as Stephen K. Bannon, his former top White House adviser and top campaign strategist. And Bannon swore in a "60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday that he would stand by Trump and fight, from the outside, against those he thinks are steering the president in a bad direction.Washington Post
Jun 10 2017
President Trump on Friday accused James B. Comey, the fired F.B.I. director, of lying under oath to Congress, saying he would gladly provide sworn testimony disputing Mr. Comey’s charge that the president forced him out because of his handling of the investigation into the Trump campaign’s possible collusion with Russia.New York Times (News)
Apr 02 2013
Hillary Clintonrsquos presidential campaign begins this year in Virginia. She hasnrsquot said anything about 2016 but Terry McAuliffersquos 2013 gubernatorial campaign is serving as a testing ground for Clintonrsquos clout operatives and donors. In fact McAuliffe and some of his top allies have suggested to big donors and consultants that...Politico
Mar 31 2016
If Donald Trump secures the Republican presidential nomination, he would start the general election campaign as the least-popular candidate to represent either party in modern times.Washington Post
Mar 26 2019
President Trump and his allies signaled Monday that they intend to use the broad conclusions of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation — which found no criminal conspiracy with Russia to influence the 2016 election — to forcefully attack perceived opponents they say unfairly accused the president of wrongdoing.
The targets are diffuse, ranging from specific DemocraticWashington Post
Feb 24 2021
Many Americans see themselves as divided on immigration. Disagreements persist about family separation at the southern border, potential criminals entering the country illegally — and even how to describe people who enter the country without authorization.
But despite these perceived divisions, some recent surveys have found that many Republicans and Democrats share significantHyria Stuart
Aug 20 2020
This Abridge News topic aggregates four unique arguments on different sides of the debate. Here are the quick facts to get you started:
THE QUICK FACTSThe bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee released its final report on Russian election interference on Tuesday, August 18th.The document, which approaches 1,000 pages, was based on interviews with 200 Abridge News
Nov 21 2020
President Donald Trump’s false insistence that he is the rightful winner of the 2020 election has exposed like nothing else in his time in office the possibility that America is becoming a post-truth society, where political partisans can’t agree on a unifying framework of facts, and emotion and personal belief steer the winds of public opinion.
Since the vote, Democrats and RepublicansChristian Science Monitor
Mar 13 2021
Perspectives BlogFrom the Left
This view is from a writer rated Lean Left.
Surveys show majorities of Democrats and Republicans are proud to be American, preferring life in the U.S. to any other place. Many people agree on key aspects of what it means to be a “true American.”
A false narrative popular today states that Republicans are extremely proud of America and don't see anyBella Jasper
Dec 11 2016
The country's most prominent fact checkers fought a losing battle against the flood of fake news during the presidential campaign. Now, they say, they have one great hope for preventing an even greater wave of propaganda masquerading as news: Facebook.Politico