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ANALYSIS: President Trump preps for war with own base
We’ve seen him play the bully before. But how does the bully pulpit work, against his own base? That question now defines the stakes for the Trump presidency. President Trump’s decision to march into the battle over health care alongside House GOP leaders – with no clear path to a bill-signing
Musician Robert Randolph on using his music to uplift others
ABC News' Paula Faris interviews singer Robert Randolph about his new album and style of music.
Concerned Citizens Line Up Outside Rep. Tom Price's Confirmation Hearing
Maggie Rulli speaks with people who are concerned about what will happen to their healthcare under Rep. Tom Price.
LZ Granderson Says Clinton 'Email Thing Is Just Terrible'
And we're back now with the powerhouse roundtable ABC news' chief political analyst Matthew Dowd. ABC news contributor and ESPN's senior writer LC granderson. Associated Press chief White House correspondent Julie pace. And host of NPR's morning edition Steve Inskeep welcome to all of you so much
What We Know About the New Ted Cruz-John Kasich Alliance Against Trump
The new public alliance between Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich has added yet another surprising element to the ever-evolving presidential race . The two Republican candidates have confirmed that they are being strategic about upcoming races and organizing their efforts to try to avoid competing
Scalia's Son Calls Conspiracy Theories About Father's Death 'Hurtful Distraction'
Justice Scalia ’s eldest son, Eugene, called the conspiracy theories surrounding the circumstances of his father’s sudden death a “hurtful distraction,” in an interview with conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham that was posted today. "It’s, I think a distraction from a great man and his
The Note: Bernie Sanders In Striking Distance
NOTABLES --SANDERS SAYS HE'S DEMOCRATS' MOST ELECTABLE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said polls show he’s Democrats’ most electable 2016 candidate and that he’s “gaining steam” ahead of the fast-approaching Iowa caucuses, ABC’s JOHN KRUZEL notes. “If
How Chris Christie Thinks He Can Win If He's the Last Governor Standing
In a Republican primary where governors have, by and large, been passed over for anti-establishment alternatives, New Jersey Gov. Christie has a straightforward goal: be the last governor standing. Because, when it comes down to picking the nominee, Christie believes the Republican Party ultimately
Debate Night in a Swing State
Actually got more as I promise you from here in new York and around the country of our debate coverage I believe how we do have our colleague. I eighty thing is is Josh Haskell who is live in Iowa and Josh tell us where you are and what's going on on the ground there. I'm anyone out there is
Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz Spar Over Who's Tougher on Illegal Immigration
From Donald Trump 's call for a "deportation force" to Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz sparring over their immigration records, the war over who is tougher on illegal immigration is raging in the GOP presidential field. At a campaign stop in Hilton Head, South Carolina, today, Sen. Rubio responded