The Trump administration has offered few specifics on meetings that the president describes as a “tremendous success.”

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His comments came as the White House announced plans to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington in the fall.

"There are experts that will be able to judge whether it’s accurate," said the California Republican.

The surprise move came after Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) expressed concerns with Bounds’s earlier writings ridiculing multiculturalism.

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Putin is making Trump look weak — with lots of help from Trump

All the walkbacks make Trump look like an amateur who got overruled by his government and the media. And the most recent one takes the cake.

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Another top Trump official fudges Putin’s effort to help Trump

The intel community says Putin ordered the campaign. But neither Trump nor his homeland security secretary seem to want to say it.

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Obama says ‘men have been getting on my nerves lately,’ urges women to enter political fray

Obama believes politics would be better if more women were at the table.

The announcement came just before the Senate approved a nonbinding resolution opposing the Russian leader’s initiative.

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Comparing various administration expenses.

The House speaker has maintained power three months after announcing his retirement. But his final months stand to be one last test of his leadership skills.

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So are people who rely on Fox News.

The cover comes amid walkbacks and clarifications following President Trump's joint news conference with the Russian president.

Barack Obama picked Biden “out of the garbage heap” to be his running mate in 2008, the current president said.

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That "Fox and Friends" clip Trump tweeted doesn't show what he wishes it did.

In a television interview, the former White House press secretary said he has seen “no evidence” the investigation matches that description.

Nearly half of Republicans believe Russia over U.S. intelligence, and 61 percent are not concerned about Russian attempts to interfere in future U.S. elections.

The president vs. all the president’s men.

Lawmakers are in a pecking war.

"Thumbs-Up” is Barry Blitt's newest visual take on Trump as an “iconic clown.”

Introducing Tax Cuts 2.0.

The president has been pushing pharmaceutical companies to roll back planned price hikes for their products.

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