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President Trump wants to sign off on “most, if not all” of the documents revoking the security clearances, said one senior White House official, who indicated that communications aides have discussed the optimum times to release them as a distraction during unfavorable news cycles.
The Justice Department is examining whether Elliott Broidy offered to influence the Trump administration for foreign officials, according to three people familiar with the inquiry.
Austrian officials’ unusual decision to order a raid against their own intelligence service reflects a messy emerging reality across Europe as parties once relegated to the fringes move to the center of power.
Relationship with Putin
“I do have a relationship”
June 18, 2013
Relationship with Putin
“I don’t know who Putin is”
July 27, 2016
2016 Election Interference
“I don’t see any reason why it would be” Russia
July 16, 2018
2016 Election Interference
“I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be Russia”
July 17, 2018
Trump Tower Meeting
It was “about adoption and the Magnitsky Act”
July 8, 2017
Trump Tower Meeting
“This was to get information on an opponent”
Aug. 5, 2018
Business with Russians
“I’ve done a lot of business with the Russians”
Oct. 17, 2013
Business with Russians
“I HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH RUSSIA”
Jan. 11, 2017
Analysis
The president’s ties to Russia have been intensely scrutinized. We looked at his shifting positions in four areas.
The widespread prosperity usually tied to ultra-low unemployment has failed to materialize in Ames, Iowa, whose experience might be a barometer for what the nation will face soon.
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Federal prosecutors announced bribery and fraud charges against the retired sailors, including an officer who allegedly took part in a wild two-day party that cost $75,000.
Carson’s legal complaint accuses the social network of giving landlords and developers advertising tools that made it easy to exclude people based on race, gender, Zip code or religion — or whether a potential renter has young children or a personal disability.
The former first couple, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, walk with Secret Service after dinner at a friend's home in Plains, Ga.
The former first couple, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, walk with Secret Service after dinner at a friend's home in Plains, Ga.
Thirty-seven years after leaving office, Jimmy Carter, 93, still bypasses the wealth and perks that flow so freely to other former presidents.
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Other countries will replace the $230 million that the United States was going to spend on cities largely destroyed by the Syrian conflict, the administration said.
Earlier in the day, President Trump defended former campaign chairman Paul Manafort as jurors deliberated whether he is guilty of tax and bank fraud.
The reigning Miss America claimed that the new pageant leadership, under Gretchen Carlson, “silenced me, reduced me, marginalized me.”
State Rep. Bettie Cook Scott, who is serving her third term in the state House, issued a statement apologizing for “disparaging remarks” that she made against state Rep. Stephanie Chang.
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