Putin and Hungary’s Orban helped sour Trump on Ukraine

President Trump’s effort to pressure Ukraine for information he could use against political rivals came as he was being urged to adopt a view of that country as hopelessly corrupt by its regional adversaries, including Russian President Vladi­mir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, U.S. officials said.

Allies grow uneasy about Trump’s uncoordinated response to impeachment

The president’s erratic behavior is raising alarm among GOP lawmakers, donors and advisers who have called for a more disciplined strategy.

Trump says he’s the dealmaker in chief, but his record lists mostly incompletes

While President Trump has landed a handful of victories, he is running short on time to deliver big-ticket agreements ahead of Election Day.
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Trump’s Cabinet meetings have become about everything but the business of his Cabinet

They have served as a chance for the president to boast of his accomplishments and lash out at critics.

Facebook takedowns show Russian activity targeted Biden, praised Trump

The company said it disabled accounts originating in Russia that posed as locals in swing states.
The “spirit rock” at South Davidson High School and Middle School in Davidson County, N.C. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
The “spirit rock” at South Davidson High School and Middle School in Davidson County, N.C. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
The Lexington Middle School football team huddles after practice. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
The Lexington Middle School football team huddles after practice. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)

How a can of spray paint, a rock and a Facebook video exposed a racial divide

A student painted a racial slur on a rock outside a North Carolina high school. The tumult that followed has divided the community even further.

Cracks in Trump’s Republican firewall

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