US Politics in Trump era Public date: 12.11.2019 04:47:18

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8 Aug 2019

Trump Visits the Grieving, and Stokes Divisions

President Trump began a day set aside for healing in Dayton and El Paso by lashing out against his political rivals and the news media, employing the kind of divisive language that prompted protests in both cities even before he arrived. He mocked Beto O’Rourke, a Democratic candidate for president who once represented El Paso in Congress, for having a “phony name to indicate Hispanic heritage” and he linked the Dayton shooter to liberal politicians.
President Trump began a day set aside for healing in Dayton and El Paso by lashing out against his political rivals and...

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4 Dec 2018

Stung by Election Losses, Republicans in the States Seek a Way to Neutralize Democrats

When Democrats won the governor’s office in Wisconsin, it was one of the party’s most celebrated midterm successes in regaining power in the states. Now Republicans are striking back, moving to slash the power of the new governor even before he takes the oath of office.Democrats reacted with fury, crowding the halls of the State Capitol in Madison on Monday and accusing the Republicans of trying to undo an election they had lost.
When Democrats won the governor’s office in Wisconsin, it was one of the party’s most celebrated midterm successes...

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19 Apr 2018

Farmers warn of GOP losses over Trumps’s trade policy

“If he doesn’t understand what he’s doing to the nation by doing what  he’s doing, he’s going to be a one-term president, plain and simple,” said Mr. Runck, a fourth-generation farmer who voted for Mr. Trump. Pausing outside the post office in this town of 2,300, Mr. Runck said the repercussions could be more immediate for Representative Kevin Cramer, a Republican whose bid against Senator Heidi Heitkamp, a Democrat, has been complicated by the proposed tariffs.
“If he doesn’t understand what he’s doing to the nation by doing what  he’s doing,...

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20 Nov 2017

Nebraska Regulators Approve Alternative Route for Keystone XL Pipeline

Nebraska regulators on Monday allowed the Keystone XL oil pipeline to  clear its final major hurdle, granting a victory to President Trump and  Republicans who have for years pressed for the project. But the pipeline company will not be allowed to build along its preferred route, the regulators announced, opening up new questions about how the project will proceed.
Nebraska regulators on Monday allowed the Keystone XL oil pipeline to  clear its final...

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17 Nov 2017

Keystone Pipeline Leaks 210,000 Gallons of Oil in South Dakota

About 5,000 barrels of oil, or about 210,000 gallons, gushed out of the Keystone Pipeline on Thursday in South Dakota, blackening a grassy field in the remote northeast part of the state and sending cleanup crews and  emergency workers scrambling to the site. “This is not a little spill from any perspective,” said Kim McIntosh, an environmental scientist with the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
About 5,000 barrels of oil, or about 210,000 gallons, gushed out of the Keystone Pipeline on Thursday in South...

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