Trump pushes to rack up political wins as impeachment looms

He and his allies are painting his victories as the work of a disciplined leader focusing on the needs of the public, while Democrats argue they have forced Trump to hand over sweeping concessions.

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Badakhshan Province, 2006. (Magnum Photos)
Badakhshan Province, 2006. (Magnum Photos)
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