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Jenna Johnson is a national political correspondent covering campaigns and voters. She previously covered the White House, 2016 presidential campaign, Maryland politics and higher education.
President Trump’s refusal to release his tax returns left Democrats to release theirs, and spurred interest in their charitable donations.
The former congressman from Texas was critical of President Trump, saying he uses “fear and division” to corral political support.
A report that was supposed to reveal indisputable facts for partisans on both sides, creating some certainty, instead leads to new arguments
The new presidential candidate’s campaign is as thin as it is wealthy
His first day on the campaign trail re-creates the informal style of his Texas Senate run, which made him a celebrity even as he narrowly lost.
A documentary on his 2018 Senate campaign grimly details the cost to his children, as the former congressman prepares for an expected presidential race.
Heated rhetoric about armed conflict raises a question: At what point do words increase the danger?
David M. Bossie, the president’s former deputy campaign manager, is trying to pressure Larry Hogan by lining up endorsements of Trump by prominent Republicans in the state.
In this edition: What candidates are talking about when they talk about “the dignity of work,” New Hampshire voters’ second choice and drama in North Carolina’s 9th district.
As they waited for hours outside the rally venue in the hot June sun, Trump's supporters applauded the president for doing his best and criticized the media for focusing so heavily on the issue.