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Gingrich calls President Trump 'pugnacious,' says he has 'compulsion to counterattack'
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich sits down one-on-one with Martha Raddatz and discusses the latest in politics and his new book, "Understanding Trump," on "This Week."
Newt Gingrich calls special counsel team 'bad people'
Gingrich, the author of "Understanding Trump," tells "GMA" he has concerns about the staff hired by special counsel Robert Mueller and believes congressional Republicans should "look into" Mueller's hires.
Melania and Ivanka Trump praise Saudi Arabia for empowering women
I'm not on top bond praised Saudi Arabia for their efforts to empower women. But this is a time change where women need to be accompanied by a man in public forests and news separate entrances to some businesses. That the only country in the world and doesn't let women dry. So list of people have
Remnick: 'What we need is a real investigation' into Trump team ties to Russia
We need to define what this great, great unprecedented movement is and what it actually represents. The core conviction of our movement is that we are a nation that put and will put its own citizens first. President trump at CPAC on Friday. We're joined now on "The roundtable" by Matt schlapp,
Sen. Sessions Vows to Recuse Himself From Possible Clinton Probe as AG
Jeff Sessions said comments he made during the presidential election "would put my objectivity in question."
Trump Foundation Admits Self-Dealing in Tax Filings
You two in that "The New York Times" interview Donald Trump was also pressed on possible conflicts of interest involving his business operations around the world. Questions are also being raised about his foundation. Our chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross is here with more on that. Good
House Republican Criticizes Donald Trump Over Potential Business Conflicts of Interest
Rep. Justin Amash, who called for Trump to end his candidacy after a 2005 video of his making lewd comments about women surfaced, took to Twitter to criticize him.
Donald Trump Taps Sen. Jeff Sessions for Attorney General
ABC News' Pierre Thomas reports on what to expect at the Justice Department if Senator Jeff Sessions is confirmed as attorney general.
Priebus Dismisses Controversy Over Sessions: 'He Will Be Confirmed'
President-elect Donald Trump's incoming chief of staff Reince Priebus says the future president will lead by "bringing America together."