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The Note: Might things yet break Trump’s direction?
The TAKE with Rick Klein A week that held – and still holds – so much peril for President Donald Trump ends with reminders of how much things might yet break in his direction. Fired FBI director James Comey started the week speaking out against a man he views as “morally unfit” for the presidency.
The Note: Trump world a nexus of spider web connections
The TAKE with Emily Goodin Another thread in the spider web of connections that is President Donald Trump ’s world was revealed on Monday, when Michael Cohen’s attorneys claimed one of his clients was Fox News host Sean Hannity. Hannity, an ardent defender of the president who has dined with him at
Race to replace retiring Republicans could mean midterm problems for GOP
Rep. Frank LoBiondo and Rep. Dave Trott are part of a string of moderate Republicans retiring this year. And while LoBiondo’s New Jersey coastal district and Trott’s Northwest Detroit district may appear to have little in common other than they were both carried by Donald Trump in 2016, the race to
What We Learned From the Purported John Podesta Emails From WikiLeaks
The anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks has dumped thousands of emails this week that it claims came directly from the inbox of Hillary Clinton’s campaign Chairman John Podesta. So far, the Clinton campaign has neither confirmed nor denied the authenticity of the emails. Podesta told reporters Tuesday
Bernie Sanders Delegates Remain Hopeful
ABC News' Josh Haskell talks to delegates from New Mexico who are still supporting Bernie Sanders.
Shailene Woodley Leads Cross-Country Road Trip to the Democratic National Convention
Bern-ing up the highways. As Republicans met in Cleveland this week, across-the-aisle Hollywood star Shailene Woodley has been travelling across the country, leading a group of Bernie Sanders fans on a 7-day road trip from Los Angeles to the Democratic convention in Philadelphia. Woodley has been a
Hillary Clinton Outspends Donald Trump by $20 Million on Television Ads in June
When it comes to television advertising, Hillary Clinton is blowing Donald Trump out of the water. Clinton and her allies have outspent Trump forces by more than $20 million in June on television advertising, according to an ABC News analysis of CMAG/Kantar Media data. For every $1 that Trump and
What to Expect From Bernie Sanders’ Livestream Tonight
Bernie Sanders will speak directly to his supporters tonight in an online live video address organized by his campaign. While the senator is not expected to formally bow out of the race or endorse his primary rival Hilary Clinton just yet, he will likely acknowledge, perhaps just subtly, that his
Clinton and Sanders to Discuss Future of Democratic Party in Private Meeting
After more than 12 months of competing against each other for the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will, for the first time all year, sit down with each other in person and talk. Sanders headed back to Washington, D.C., this morning for the much-anticipated
Hillary Clinton Readies to Celebrate Historic Party Nomination in Brooklyn
ABC News' Rick Klein and Josh Haskell report from outside Hillary Clinton's New York Headquarters.