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Trump uses social media as a weapon for controlling the narrative.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) joins President Trump for a press conference in the Rose Garden, proving once again that pushing the GOP agenda and holding the majority are more important than the country's interests.
We're continuing down into chaos and uncertainty eight months into the Trump administration
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly talks to reporters at the regular briefing, where he criticizes the press and praises President Trump as "decisive" and "thoughtful."
The allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein expose the bigger question about what sexual harassment really means.
Vice President Pence walked out of an NFL game when some players knelt in protest during the playing of the national anthem.
The president gets the validation he demands and richly deserves.
Trump goes after San Juan Mayor Sila María Calderón, minimizes the struggle of the hurricane victims, and complains about the financial impact from the storm.
Another horrendous mass shooting, and lawmakers offer their "thoughts and prayers."
A musical cartoon