An examination of one week of his speeches, tweets and interviews shows a candidate who not only continues to rely heavily on thinly sourced or entirely unsubstantiated claims, but uses them to paint a strikingly grim portrait of America.
The videos — one taken from an officer’s body camera and another from the dashboard camera of a police vehicle — show Scott, 43, exiting his vehicle and falling to the ground. But they do not answer the question of whether he held a gun as police have said.
U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell, a former Senate aide who helped draft the Patriot Act, has defied easy labeling throughout a decades-long career spent charting the frontier of technology and law in the nation’s capital.
Adults waited on the main floor of D.C.’s convention center to see authors like Stephen King and Joyce Carol Oates. But the real action was upstairs where children and teens packed rooms for their literary stars: Edwidge Danticat, Lois Lowry and Gene Luen Yang.
On Tuesday, James Hohmann will kick off his new live interview series talking one on one with Tom Vilsack. The former Iowa governor will discuss the first presidential debate, how Democrats can take the lead in rural Republican strongholds and issues at stake for next administration.
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Who is Donald J. Trump? To discover the man in full, The Washington Post assembled a team of award-winning reporters and researchers to delve into every aspect of his improbable life. (Also available in hardcover.)