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The Note: The Trump White House vs. the FBI director
The TAKE with Rick Klein The Trump White House vs. the FBI director is a saga with a few lengthy chapters already – none of which has been particularly favorable to President Donald Trump. Trump’s handpicked director, Christopher Wray , delivered an understated but impactful rebuke to the White
Trump celebrates Black History Month at White House event
President Donald Trump marks African American History Month by pledging to make real the vision of "every American patriot" who fought for freedom
The great immigration debate in D.C. pushes on
The TAKE with Rick Klein If this is a defining moment for American politics, both parties will have to spend some time defining themselves. The great immigration debate of 2018 that has begun in the Senate has the potential for generational implications. Or it could fizzle out, as previous efforts
Sophia Nelson: 'There's something wrong with this party'
Amna Nawaz sits down with Nelson, a conservative African-American attorney who spent years working in the Republican Party before turning her back on it.
Kimmel on Trump: 'He does need to go'
The late night host criticized President Trump about his comments regarding the violence against protesters in Charlottesville.
American University issues safety advisory after student leader targeted in online post
American University police issued a safety advisory to students on Friday with tips for how to respond and prevent cyber harassment after an online post targeted the university's first African-American female student government president. In a memo emailed to ABC News, officials say the post
'SNL' Takes on Steve Bannon, Sean Spicer
"Saturday Night Live" took satirical aim at members of Donald Trump's administration.
Trump Makes Gaffe When Honoring Frederick Douglass
Some are questioning President Trump's knowledge of celebrated African-Americans after his speech.
The Note: Melania Plays Defense
NOTABLES --TRUMP SAYS 'I DON'T THINK SO' WHEN ASKED IF HE'S CROSSED THE LINE WITH WOMEN: The embattled Republican presidential nominee spoke out tonight on the accusations of sexual assault leveled against him. ABC’s TOM LLAMAS , in an interview before a campaign event tonight in Green Bay,
President Obama: Discrimination Should Concern ‘All Americans,’ Violence Won't 'Advance the Cause'
President Barack Obama said the nation’s police have “a really tough job” for which they should be honored and supported, but he said the perception of discrimination in the justice system should be “a source of concern for all Americans.” Speaking in an exclusive interview with “GMA” co-anchor