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Doug Jones’s win in a part of the Deep South that has not elected a Democratic senator since 1992 left Republicans picking through the wreckage after a blow that showcased voter backlash to sexual misconduct allegations and the limits of President Trump’s influence.
Trump, who supported the losing candidates in both the GOP primary and on Tuesday, defended his record by saying he knew Roy Moore would lose. “Roy worked hard but the deck was stacked against him!,” Trump tweeted.
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The race brought together much of today's political debates, from the popularity and influence of the president to the fractured GOP to the issue of sexual harassment. For Republicans, it was a bad night, no matter how it was measured.
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Doug Jones’s upset is every bit as shocking as when a Republican won the late Ted Kennedy’s seat in a Massachusetts special election seven years ago.
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Allegations that Roy Moore made inappropriate advances on teenage girls created a real contest out of what should have been an easy victory for any GOP candidate in strongly Republican Alabama.
Both officials were involved with the probe of Hillary Clinton’s emails and possible connections between Trump associates and Russia.
A day after President Trump called her out in a tweet, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) pushed back in an appearance on the “Today” show, repeatedly returning the conversation to the multiple sexual misconduct allegations against the president.
Senior Republican aides said that they did not expect the election of Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama to slow down the tax push.
Manigault Newman was one of few high-profile African Americans to support Trump during his campaign last year.
In a follow-up tweet, the CNN anchor said that his account had been hacked.
Gov. Mark Dayton has chosen his former chief of staff, Lt. Gov. Tina F. Smith, to fill the seat expected to be vacated by Sen. Al Franken.
Nominee Barry Myers has become wealthy as the chief executive of family-owned AccuWeather, a private company that uses data from NOAA and advocates for shrinking public weather services.
Fact Checker
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The late-night television host addressed the dispute over funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program, but he was a bit one-sided.
Fearful that he won’t remember his own name by the time he’s 50, the former Pro Bowler is taking steps to ensure that his daughter someday can watch her Papi run, to learn who he was and maybe understand why he was so unpredictable.
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