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Inside the ‘adult day-care center’: How aides try to control and coerce Trump
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Corker’s characterization of the White House underscores the difficulty managing an impulsive president.

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The Daily 202: Trump’s attacks on Senate Republicans are paying political dividends
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Conservative donors and activists blame Congress, not the president, for failures.

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If Trump doesn't want a nuclear war with North Korea, a 'No First Use' pledge might work better than threats
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Here’s why this policy might prevent North Korea from hastily launching nuclear weapons.

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Steve Bannon just totally contradicted Trump's claim about canceling Obamacare payments
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Bannon says Trump’s executive order will “blow those exchanges up.” Trump said it would only hurt insurers.

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The Health 202: Trump has badly undercut his own administration on Puerto Rico
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A former FEMA administrator says he’s doing a good job on the island.

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Trump says he's fulfilled his promises to Christians, but he really means white evangelicals
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One important part of the relationship between Trump and Christians is that it does not factor in the diversity of the Christian faith.

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Trump national security aides insist U.S. word is still good after Iran deal put on notice
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In interviews, aides reassure allies and critics that the U.S. will remain in the multination deal for now.

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Californians wonder why Trump isn’t tweeting about the fatal wildfires
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“How can it be that the loss of 40 human beings on American soil did not merit a single tweet?” the San Francisco Chronicle wrote.

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Democrats, Republicans spar over Trump's latest heath-care executive order
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On Oct. 15, members of both parties had sharp words on the executive order on health-care President Trump signed on Oct. 13 and called for Congressional action.

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Trump campaign legal bills topped $1 million last quarter
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As the Russia probes have mounted, the president’s reelection committee and the National Republican Committee have spent $2.4 million this year on lawyers.

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Have dirt that could impeach Trump? Larry Flynt will pay you $10 million.
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The “Hustler” publisher’s offer appears in a full-page ad in the Sunday edition of The Washington Post.

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Trump voter fraud commission researcher arrested on child pornography charges
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Ronald Williams II, 37, of Suitland, was a researcher for the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

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Almost half of Republicans want war with North Korea, a new poll says. Is it the Trump Effect?
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Forty-six percent support “a preemptive strike on North Korea.”

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Pence throws his weight behind Va. GOP gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie
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Pence visited rural southwest Virginia to excite voters for next month’s election, citing comparisons between Gillespie and President Trump.

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Hillary Clinton: Americans elected 'someone who admitted sexual assault'
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The former Trump rival brought up the president during an interview when she was asked about Democratic donor Harvey Weinstein.

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Press secretary goes for a ride on Secret Service driving course
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President Trump and White House staff watched as press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders rode with Secret Service agents on a closed driving course at their training center in Beltsville, Md., on Oct. 13.

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5 reasons the GOP won't dump Trump
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Cowardice? Perhaps. But it would be a calculated cowardice.

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Trump turns to executive powers in bid to force Congress into action
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The political hostage-taking carries risks for the president and for Republicans, who have struggled to enact his agenda.

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Trump governs by disruption — and overloads all the circuits
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Seven days of his presidency underscore the lengths and limits of his style of governing.

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Reince Priebus, former Trump chief of staff, interviewed by Mueller team
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A lawyer for Priebus confirmed that a voluntary interview took place Friday.

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Here's the situation in Puerto Rico vs. How Trump is casting it
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An examination of President Trump’s tweets on Oct. 12. threatening to withdraw recovery efforts from Puerto Rico.

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The key to Trump’s Iran plan is his harshest congressional critic
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With the president threatening to blow up the nuclear deal unless he gets his way, Sen. Bob Corker’s challenge is to find middle ground.

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Fact-checking President Trump’s speech on the Iran deal
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Here’s a roundup of eight key claims made by President Trump in his speech on the Iran nuclear deal

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Trump sets new conditions for U.S. to stay in Iran nuclear deal, tossing issue to Congress
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Trump detailed his dissatisfaction with what he sees as gaps and failures in the agreement within a larger reframing of U.S. policy toward Iran.

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Trump’s Obamacare attack heralds new health-care battles on Capitol Hill
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While Republicans argued that the Affordable Care Act is fundamentally flawed, Democrats called the move an act of sabotage and pledged to fight it.

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Trump: May, Macron ‘would love me to stay in’ Iran deal
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President Trump said on Oct. 13 that British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron “would love” for the U.S. to remain in the Iran nuclear agreement.

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NBC's pass on the Weinstein story gave Trump ammunition
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The president finally has a valid reason to knock the network he has been bashing constantly.

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Sorry, Yankee fans: Trump's claim that he can ensure victory simply isn't true
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Despite his tweets claiming a 100 percent win rate, the Yankees actually went 8-6.

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Trump: ‘We’ve done a great job in Puerto Rico’
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President Trump said on Oct. 13 that “Puerto Rico has to get the infrastructure going,” adding that the federal government is helping the island do so.

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Trump to Democrats: ‘Come over to the White House’ for health-care negotiation
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President Trump said on Oct. 13 that Democratic leaders should “come over to the White House” to negotiate a deal about health-care legislation.

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Trump joked about “Retreat.” Here’s what you need to know about the military custom.
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President Trump joked about a bugle call he heard on Harrisburg Air National Guard Base on Oct. 11. The call is part of the military’s flag raising and lowering ceremonies.

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Trump threat to abandon Puerto Rico recovery sparks a backlash
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“We cannot keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders . . . in P.R. forever!” the president tweeted.

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Kelly seeks to tamp down rumors he’s unhappy working for Trump and on his way out
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Kelly was all smiles as he sauntered into the White House Brady Press Briefing room, telling a room full of surprised reporters that reports of his demise have been greatly exaggerated.

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Trump to extend March 5 deadline to end DACA protections if Congress doesn’t act, GOP senator says
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Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) said Trump told him he was willing to “give it some more time” to allow lawmakers to enact protections for young undocumented immigrants before DACA expires.

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‘Mr. President, you charlatan.’ Puerto Ricans react to Trump’s latest statement on hurricane recovery
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Residents of San Juan had strong words after President Trump tweeted on Oct. 12 that relief workers would not stay in Puerto Rico “forever.”

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Trump previously praised Boy Scouts for being an icon of traditionalism. But times change.
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Despite the lack of approval from some critics on the right, the organization’s decision to allow membership for girls isn’t that surprising.

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John Kelly's defense of Trump's threatening Puerto Rico tweets doesn't make sense
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Kelly says Trump’s tweets were “exactly accurate.” But that’s not the point.

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Can President Trump really revoke broadcast licenses?
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We revisit the president-press relationship with media columnist Margaret Sullivan and talk to reporter Aaron Blake about President Nixon. Plus, Georgetown’s Andrew Jay Schwartzman explains limitations of the Federal Communications Commission.

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Trump's claim that U.S. interceptors can knock out ICMBs '97 percent of the time'
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The president offered a reassuring image in case of a North Korean attack, but it’s based on faulty math and flawed assumptions.

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Trump: U.S. and Pakistan 'secured the release' of family from Haqqani network
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President Trump said on Oct. 12 that the U.S. worked with the Pakistani government to free Caitlan Coleman and her family from the Taliban-linked Haqqani network.

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Trump threatens to abandon Puerto Rico recovery effort
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A series a tweets marked the latest jab at Puerto Rico since it was devastated by Hurricane Maria.

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The full signing of Trump’s health-care executive order
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Watch the full event at the White House during which President Trump signed an executive order on health care on Oct. 12.

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Trump stumping for Gillespie? White House, campaign in ‘serious talks, ’ Trump’s Va. chairman says
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“The days of Ed Gillespie threading the needle with President Trump are coming to an end,” radio host John Fredericks says.

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Trump's 10 softest interviews as president, ranked
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“Mr. President, I am so glad to see you. I’m so proud of everything you’re doing.”

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Puerto Rico is officially a problem for Trump. His numbers are worse than Bush's post-Katrina.
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By a 55-36 majority, Americans say the Trump administration hasn’t done enough.

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White House chief Kelly: 'Unless things change, I’m not quitting. I’m not getting fired.'
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Advisers and other people close to both Trump and Kelly have said there have been tensions and points of frustration as the two men adjust to working with each other.

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Why is a former Clinton pollster writing iffy poll analysis that panders to Trump supporters?
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Mark Penn’s look at Trump’s popularity isn’t terribly convincing.

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Trump’s speech on his tax proposal, in three minutes
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President Trump pledged to cut taxes for middle-class households and businesses during a speech on Oct. 11 at Harrisburg Air National Guard Base, Pa.

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Trump escalates threats against press, calls news coverage ‘frankly disgusting’
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First Amendment advocates roundly condemned his suggestion that stations should lose their licenses.

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