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William P. Barr’s first days on the job have been marked by the president’s animosity toward investigations into his 2016 campaign and his conduct.
Daniel Coats is “not loyal,” President Trump said after the national intelligence director gave congressional testimony that contradicted many of Trump’s statements on security threats.
White House lawyers and H.R. McMaster, then the chief of the National Security Council, objected to proposed sales of nuclear power plants, according to the House Oversight Committee report.
The chief justice joined liberals in an abortion case and again in a death penalty ruling, which seem to indicate he believes lower courts must comply with Supreme Court precedents so long as they stand.
The president initially pressed for a new military department, complete with its own service secretary.
The Take
Analysis
He enters the 2020 presidential race with many assets after his first campaign but against much different competition and with a Democratic Party hungry to find a winner.
The chatterbox in chief has eschewed the traditional way that presidents communicate with members of Congress, calling without warning and sometimes with no real agenda.
Perspective
Remember: Just because something has worked for you in the past doesn't mean you should keep doing it.
The company removed the item from its collection. Two top executives issued apologies.
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The Virgin Atlantic flight from Los Angeles to London hit its top speed Monday evening — a record for a Boeing 787-9 — 35,000 feet over Pennsylvania. It landed 48 minutes ahead of schedule.
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