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The president’s planned rally on behalf of Sen. Luther Strange pits him against a darling of the Trump base.
The president forged a fundamental bond with his voters over ‘the wall’ and other restrictionist policies.
“Put a fork in Trump. He is done.”
The president appears to believe the GOP can’t get billed passed by itself and agreed Wednesday to work with Democrats on a “dreamer” fix.
The former secretary of state says she’s done with being a candidate. But she’s not done with politics.
Officials say coordination thus far has been seamless as state prepares to cope with damage.
Clinton’s remarks came more than a year after a speech in which she described the “disturbing” connection between Trump’s presidential campaign and the “alt-right.”
Clinton plans to stay involved in national politics, just not as an “active politician.”
Multiple GOP senators and aides revealed a sense of helplessness after Trump openly flouted their plans.
The discussions, which include Breitbart executive Stephen Bannon, include the idea of replacing Paul Ryan.