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Gabriel is 2018 Stern Fellow at The Washington Post. He previously covered politics and national news at the Sunday Times of London.
Attendees at Values Voter Summit see Kavanaugh as a target of Democrats and dismiss sexual assault accusation against him.
In a Q&A, Republican Jenniffer González-Colón said the president’s assertion about Hurricane Maria casualties was “not the reality” but accused Democrats of politicizing the issue
This heavily Democratic, majority-minority county went for Trump in 2016 and may be key to determining who wins a North Carolina district.
Levi Sanders worked on his father’s presidential campaign. Two years on, the wild card candidate has not received the one endorsement he desperately needs.
“All I thought when I first saw it is it actually has the effect of helping the president,” Sen. James Inhofe said.
The senator from South Carolina, who once called the president “unfit for office,” is now standing by him.
”We lost the Civil War, but I think we’re winning the economic war since then,” says Sen. Isakson in defending the South after the fallout over Bob Woodward’s book on Trump.
With a mix of sorrow and defiance, the late senator’s daughter went to the heart of the matter, casting her father as an American hero and the president as a mere shadow.
U.S. officials have thrown into question the citizenship of hundreds of Hispanic-Americans along the U.S.-Mexico border. The State Department said “border” area passport denials are the lowest in years.
Friday's U-turn by the president calmed 10 Downing Street but exposed the peril of its Brexit strategy.