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A Time magazine with Trump on the cover hangs in his golf clubs. It’s fake.
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It’s not clear who created the image or why, but it is displayed prominently at some of his properties.

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Democrats' 'resistance' calls for a July 4 recess push to kill GOP's bill
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The delay of the Senate bill was egged on by the loose collection of more than 1,000 groups working to stop the Republican agenda that sprang out of Trump’s surprise election.

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Why did Trump fake a Time cover? Look for a clue in the real ones.
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Reality can’t match Trump’s fantasy.

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Who’s afraid of Trump? Not enough Republicans — at least for now.
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The retreat on health care underscores the president’s limits in securing support from the GOP Congress.

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Trump, Senate leaders attempt to regroup after postponing vote to overhaul Obamacare
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In the wake of a troubling budget forecast, the vote to revise the 2010 health law will wait until after the July 4 recess.

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The Trump-McConnell bond is being tested. So is the GOP agenda.
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The two men are both hungry for a win. Their understanding, built to score legislative victories, does neither of them any good if victories remain out of reach.

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Will Trump's new rules make it harder to get asylum in the U.S.? That will vary dramatically from one judge to the next.
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This new data examines shows that some judges grant almost all asylum applications. Some grant almost none.

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The 4 most brutal numbers in that poll showing the world hates Trump
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The world trusts Vlaidmir Putin more than President Trump.

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Trump renews attack on 'Fake News CNN' after retraction
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Three CNN journalists resigned Monday after the network retracted a Russia-related story last week.

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Why CNN retracted a story about a Trump campaign aide
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The Fix’s Callum Borchers explains why CNN retracted a story about a Trump campaign aide, leading to the resignation of three CNN employees.

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Trump ramps up his attacks on CNN after retraction
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President Trump renewed his attacks against CNN, which he has repeatedly called “fake news,” on June 27, after CNN retracted a story about ties between a Trump associate and a Russian investment fund.

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Trump's travel ban is built on a law meant to 'protect' the U.S. from Jews and communists
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Let’s look at the history.

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Trump greets Modi at White House
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President Trump greeted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 26 at the White House.

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Supreme Court allows limited version of Trump’s travel ban to take effect and will consider case in fall
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The action means that the administration may impose temporary bans on travelers from six majority-Muslim countries and on all refugees, with exceptions noted by the court.

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No questions allowed: Trump hails democratic bonds with India’s Modi while ignoring the press corps
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The White House strays from the tradition of allowing questions in a Rose Garden appearance during the U.S.-India summit.

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President Trump's claim that MS-13 gang members are being deported 'by the thousands'
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Trump is indeed ramping up enforcement actions against MS-13, but deportations so far this year are in the hundreds, not the thousands.

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The Daily 202: Pragmatic Koch network treads carefully around Trump, plays inside game to advance agenda
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Inside Colorado strategy session, concern about 2018 midterms and a closing legislative window.

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Trump likely to break many of his health-care promises — no matter what happens
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GOP legislation falls well short of the president’s pledge of affordable “insurance for everybody,” experts say.

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Kushner firm’s $285 million Deutsche Bank loan came just before Election Day
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Trump’s senior adviser says he will recuse himself from matters involving the lender, which has paid billions to settle U.S. and New York state charges.

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Trump accuses Clinton of colluding with Democrats to defeat 'Crazy Bernie Sanders'
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“Is she allowed to so collude? Unfair to Bernie!” President Trump tweeted Sunday.

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Trump, Conway say Obama failed to act on Russian meddling
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President Trump and Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, said in interviews broadcast June 25 that President Barack Obama failed in his response to Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

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13 reactions to the Senate GOP health-care bill
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President Trump and senators from both parties on June 25 commented on a bill released June 22 by the Senate Republican leadership to overhaul the U.S. health-care system.

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Yes, Trump definitely called the Republicans' health-care bill 'mean'
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Trump lashes out at Obama over latest report on Russian election meddling
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Trump read a new report about Russian meddling — and suggested an Obama conspiracy

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India’s prime minister to meet with Trump as part of ‘no-frills’ but important visit
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A White House official pointed to both men’s large social media followings as evidence of their appeal.

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Could Trump's White House tapes ruse actually get him in legal trouble?
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Some have raised the prospect of witness tampering. Experts doubt that, but say it could feed into the obstruction of justice case.

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Beyond opposing Trump, Democrats keep searching for a message
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Debate over how to talk about economic and cultural issues and role of government in the age of Trump?

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Trump to Obama on Russia, basically: 'I know I am, but what are you?'
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Why didn’t Obama do more to stop Russia?, tweets the president. Some Obama officials are asking the same thing.

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Trump teases at Veterans Affairs secretary at bill signing
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President Trump stressed the importance of implementing VA reforms then teased Secretary David J. Shulkin “You’re fired” if not done correctly.

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The banquet business was booming at Mar-a-Lago. Then Trump became president.
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Trump’s club in Palm Beach, Fla., faces potential revenue losses as charities move galas elsewhere.

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Trump is struggling to stay calm on Russia, one morning call at a time
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The White House is laboring to adapt to the expanding Russia probe — and to the president’s pugnacious outbursts.

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Trump joins the effort to pass a health-care bill, but another GOP senator is opposed
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Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada announced he won’t vote for the bill in its current form.

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Trump acts out firing his VA secretary if new reforms are not implemented successfully
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The president was in a playful mood at the bill signing.

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President Trump is losing his war with James B. Comey
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A new poll shows twice as many people trust Comey as trust Trump.

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Trump accuses Mueller of bias in Russia probe
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President Trump accused special counsel Robert Mueller of being biased in his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election in an interview on “Fox & Friends” on June 23.

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On Trump and Russia, Oversight Chair Trey Gowdy says he will stay in his lane
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The new chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said the investigation is more squarely under the purview of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III and other congressional committees.

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Senate prepares to redo Iran and Russia sanctions bill, but House action remains uncertain
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The House objected to the Senate-passed Countering Iran’s Destabilizing Activities Act earlier this week, prompting accusations from Democrats that the House Republican leaders were trying to stall the bill at President Trump’s request.

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'How else can a Kenyan creampuff get ahead?' is just one of the disturbing tweets sent by this Trump Energy Department agency head
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William C. Bradford apologized for the deleted tweets.

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How Trump’s dubious claims make the entire government react
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The Comey ‘tapes’ tweet and other assertions have created legal and political problems for the president.

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‘Meanness at the core:’ Obama jumps back into political fray to slam Trump, GOP on health care
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The former president had pledged to recede from the limelight, but allies said he has been drawn back in to defend his White House legacy

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Trump's claim about the 'catastrophe' of Obamacare premiums increasing 204 percent in Alaska
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We look into President Trump’s claim about soaring health insurance premiums in Alaska.

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Trump drives golf cart on club greens
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President Donald Trump was spotted driving a golf cart on one of the greens at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J. the weekend of June 9.

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Trump: GOP health-care bill will have ‘heart’
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As Senate Republicans released a health-care bill June 22 on Capitol Hill, President Trump said the legislation will “be something with heart.”

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Sanders warns of 'authoritarian direction' under Trump
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“The very nature of American democracy is under attack,” Sanders said at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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Trump admits he never had tapes of Comey conversations
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President Trump tweeted on June 22 that he doesn’t possess — and didn’t record — tapes of his private conversations with former FBI director James B. Comey.

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Trump says he has no 'tapes' of Comey conversations
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“I did not make, and do not have, any such recordings,” president tweets.

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On a big news day, Trump's White House turns off the cameras again
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Sean Spicer and company have a habit of ducking the spotlight in key moments.

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Trump's bluff on White House tapes wasn't just dishonest — it was also a failure
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Trump admits he has no tapes of his conversations with James B. Comey, after six long weeks.

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Trump: 'In those particular positions, I just don't want a poor person'
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President Trump held a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on June 21 and when discussing his economic advisors said, “In those particular positions, I just don’t want a poor person.”

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