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Trump, stumping in Nevada, makes immigration a central midterms issue for GOP

LAS VEGAS — President Trump embraced hardline immigration policies as a centerpiece of the Republi

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Trump’s Bad Week: A policy rollback, a political setback and a still-defiant president

President Trump has weathered one week after another of controversy, missteps and turmoil. None quit

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The main election strategy of vulnerable House Republicans: Prove they’re not Trump

Soft-spoken and always dignified, Rep. Leonard Lance (N.J.) exists about as far away from a sold-out

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Trump business dealings raise ‘serious concerns,’ ethics office says

The government’s top ethics official said some of President Trump’s business dealings “raise s

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Beyond Trump’s separation of migrant families lies a real border crisis that is proving bigger than the presidency

Did President Trump manufacture a border crisis where none existed? That’s the argument his critic

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The original source for Trump's claim of 63,000 immigrant murders? Bad data from Steve King in 2006.

All right. Settle in for a bit and maybe swipe over to the calculator app on your phone. We’re abo

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Republicans fume after Trump’s latest immigration tweet undermines House talks

With President Trump suddenly more antagonist than ally, House Republicans confronted the grim reali

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Trump’s false portrayal of his Sanford insult goes largely unchallenged by House Republicans: ‘It wasn’t a big deal’

After President Trump insulted one of their own as a “nasty guy,” many House Republicans dodged

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Trump officially declares N. Korea still a threat, despite his claim after historic summit

President Trump cited an “unusual and extraordinary threat” to U.S. national security as he acte

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The four times Trump signed tax returns for his foundation that contained incorrect information

Presidential candidate Donald Trump presents an enlarged copy of a $100,000 contribution from the Do

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The original source for Trump's claim of 63,000 immigrant murders? Bad data from Steve King in 2005.

All right. Settle in for a bit and maybe swipe over to the calculator app on your phone. We’re abo

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Trump answers critics of family separation policy with Americans ‘permanently separated’ from family by illegal immigrants

Days after yielding to pressure to reverse his policy of separating migrant families at the southern

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Trump officially declares North Korea still a threat, despite his claim after historic summit

President Trump cited an “unusual and extraordinary threat” to U.S. national security as he acte

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