US Politics in Trump era Public date: 29.08.2019 01:16:39

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23 Aug 2017

McConnell, in Private, Doubts if Trump Can Save Presidency

The relationship between President Trump and Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, has disintegrated to the point that they have not  spoken to each other in weeks, and Mr. McConnell has privately expressed uncertainty that Mr. Trump will be able to salvage his administration  after a series of summer crises.
The relationship between President Trump and Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, has disintegrated to the...

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12 Feb 2017

State G.O.P. Leaders Move Swiftly as Party Bickers in Congress

When Republicans in Kentucky seized total control of the state government  last year, Damon Thayer, the majority leader in the State Senate, began asking around for advice from counterparts in other capitals where the party already dominated both the legislative and executive branches. How should we handle all this power? he wanted to know. One answer impressed him, Mr. Thayer said, from a senior Republican lawmaker in Wisconsin: “Move quickly.” Kentucky Republicans have done just that, swiftly passing laws to roll back the powers of labor unions and restrict access to abortion.
When Republicans in Kentucky seized total control of the state government  last...

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11 Oct 2016

Paul Ryan Won’t Defend Donald Trump, Upsetting Trump and G.O.P. Hard-Liners

House Speaker Paul D. Ryan dealt a hammer blow to Donald J. Trump’s  presidential candidacy Monday, dashing any remaining semblance of party unity and inviting fierce backlash from his own caucus by announcing that he would no longer defend Mr. Trump’s candidacy.
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan dealt a hammer blow to Donald J. Trump’s  presidential candidacy Monday, dashing...

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10 Oct 2016

Donald Trump Vows Retaliation as Republicans Abandon Him

On Twitter, Mr. Trump attacked the Republicans fleeing his campaign as  “self-righteous hypocrites” and predicted their defeat at the ballot  box. In a set of talking points sent to his supporters Sunday morning, Mr. Trump’s campaign urged them to attack turncoat Republicans as “more concerned with their political future than they are about the country.”
On Twitter, Mr. Trump attacked the Republicans fleeing his campaign as  “self-righteous hypocrites” and...

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8 Oct 2016

Tape Reveals Donald Trump Bragging About Kissing and Groping Women

A lewd discussion taped in 2005 on a soap opera set adds to evidence that Mr. Trump has a record of sexist behavior. He was caught on tape bragging in vulgar terms about making sexual advances toward a married woman, aggressively kissing and groping other women, and boasting that “when you’re a star they let you do it.”
A lewd discussion taped in 2005 on a soap opera set adds to evidence that Mr. Trump has a record of sexist behavior. He...

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26 Sep 2016

Presidential Debate: Here’s What You Missed

Hillary Clinton dominated a final series of debate exchanges with Donald  J. Trump about national security and gender, telling voters they could not trust her opponent with nuclear weapons and warning that he does not  respect women.
Hillary Clinton dominated a final series of debate exchanges with Donald  J. Trump about national security and...

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3 Sep 2016

Tensions Deepen Between Donald Trump and R.N.C.

The fiery tone of Mr. Trump’s speech on immigration tore a painful new wound in his relationship with the Republican National Committee. The RNC was ready to praise Donald Trump after the speech expecting a compassionate approach to immigration, but after the speech decided not to say anything.
The fiery tone of Mr. Trump’s speech on immigration tore a painful new wound in his relationship with the Republican...

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