Trump’s bombastic behavior is causing growing alarm among GOP lawmakers, donors and advisers who have called for a more disciplined strategy.

(Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)

The controversy over Trump’s assertion that the impeachment probe was a “lynching” came as the acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine is being deposed under subpoena behind closed doors.

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Here's what we just learned.

The author’s original 2018 column in the New York Times ricocheted around the world and stoked the president’s rage because of its devastating portrayal of Trump in office.


Then and now: How Republicans downplay subpoenas when they target Trump

For years, Republicans criticized the Obama administration for “slow-walking” or “stonewalling” congressional subpoenas. Now those same Republicans are defending the Trump administration’s refusal to comply with congressional subpoenas.

Trump’s ‘lynching’ comparison shows there’s no bottom to his sense of victimhood

As the impeachment inquiry in the House barrels forward, his embrace of victimhood grows more pronounced.

Acting ambassador to Ukraine William B. Taylor Jr. had told colleagues it was “crazy” to hold up aid for “help with a political campaign.”

Some Republicans, notably Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), defended the president.

The letter backing officials testifying in the House probe expresses anger at the administration’s treatment of public servants.

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A look at recent polling.

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Why Navarro's offense isn't as bad as it might seem.

Moscow’s “malign influence” efforts spread from Eastern Europe deeper into the United States.

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A new interview with Sean Hannity shows just how little meat is on that bone.

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They all represent districts that Trump won in 2016.

He made the remarks during an interview with Fox's Sean Hannity.

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It's not just tech companies that are in a position of relative strength since 2016.

Average premiums will drop 4 percent next year in the health insurance marketplaces.

The 95-year-old former president was admitted to Phoebe Sumter Medical Center for observation and treatment. “He is in good spirits and is looking forward to recovering at home,” the Carter Center said.

The stakes are high.

Expect to hear the same claims repeated as 2020 heats up.

The 2020 candidate says he was just "acknowledging a historical fact."

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