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Walking through the numbers Trump is trying to keep hidden.

Clinton is back. But voters didn't miss her.

John Podesta weighs in on the James Comey drama.

The president called stories in the New York Times and CNN "nonsense" and "fake news,"

The 2016 presidential election showed that an unorthodox candidate at the top of either ticket can shift votes — both for and against their party -- in big ways.

The last time a president who had a Senate majority saw his Cabinet nominee defeated: 1925.

If Trump wants to win over the conservatives in the press who opposed him during the campaign, he took a big step on Tuesday.

"This is not conservatism,” Ryan said at the time.

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