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Will Trump own the market drop?
Because Trump took credit for record highs on Wall Street; "The View" co-hosts discuss whether he should also take credit for Monday's record-breaking drop.
What do we know about the GOP memo?
The contents of the controversial Republican memo alleging abuses of government surveillance powers at the FBI and Justice Department have been hotly debated, and now the American public is now be able to read them in detail. The document, authored by the Republican staff of the House Intelligence
The Note: If there are two sides to Trump, Republicans will fight alongside both
The TAKE with Rick Klein He is fighting. But he's not fighting alone. Another week punctuated by both soaring words and petty squabbles made clear that if there are two sides of President Donald Trump , the Republican Party is on board for both of them. The president on display at the State of the
US prosecutors ask ex-Trump legal team spokesman for interview, sources say
As special counsel Robert Mueller drills down on potential obstruction of justice in his Russia investigation, prosecutors have asked Mark Corallo, a former spokesman for the Trump legal team, for an interview, sources told ABC News. The special counsel’s office has in recent days contacted
Trump ordered Mueller to be fired in June: Report
The president reportedly ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller but retracted his demand after the White House counsel said he would resign from his post rather than execute the order.
Conservative Arizona Senate candidate says White House immigration plan would amount to ‘amnesty’
A conservative candidate for the U.S. Senate in Arizona has come out against a new White House proposal on immigration, saying that giving permanent leagl status to "Dreamers" before building a southern border wall would amount to “amnesty.” “I think that we need to secure the southern border and
Trump-Bannon feud scrambles key 2018 GOP primaries
Republican candidates in key 2018 races, many already navigating difficult political terrain, are now dealing with the fallout from the very public and bitter feud between President Donald Trump and his former chief strategist, Steve Bannon . The rift between Trump and Bannon was blown open this
ANALYSIS: Some winners and losers in the Alabama Senate race
Politics didn't stay local Tuesday night in the special election to fill the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama, as the neck-and-neck race attracted the interest and participation of many major national political figures. The involvement paid off handsomely for some, but the people who bet big on a
Russian probe analysis, countdown to government shutdown
ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl analyzes Donald Trump Jr.'s appearance before the intelligence committee and looks ahead to the potential government shutdown.
Roy Moore scandal grows
"The View" co-hosts discuss accuser's shutting down Sean Hannity and Kellyanne Conway's suggestion that Moore is needed for vote on tax bill.