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Trump goes after former Clinton aide Huma Abedin in tweet
President Donald Trump in a tweet Tuesday morning appeared to suggest that a top aide to Hillary Clinton should be punished and possibly jailed for her handling of certain emails while at the State Department . "Crooked Hillary Clinton’s top aid [sic] , Huma Abedin , has been accused of
Trump attacks Justice Department, more in Twitter outburst
President Trump sent 16 tweets on his first full day back at the White House in 2018.
The Note: Could Romney's entry in Utah Senate race serve as Trump foil?
The TAKE with Rick Klein Two new U.S. senators get sworn in today from Alabama and Minnesota , providing some punctuation to close out a few of the bigger storylines of 2017. But one of the biggest stories of 2018 is only now just developing . Mitt Romney ’s expected candidacy in the now-open Utah
Lewandowski: White House lacks ‘top political operative’ ahead of 2018 elections
Two former top campaign aides to President Trump still working outside of the White House, David Bossie and Corey Lewandowski , shared their candid assessment of the ups and downs of the Trump presidency thus far on the “Powerhouse Politics” podcast with ABC News’ Rick Klein and Jonathan Karl. Both
Anthony Weiner to report to prison by Monday
Former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner , who was sentenced to 21 to 27 months in prison for sending obscene material to a 15-year-old North Carolina high school student, must report to federal prison by Monday, WABC reported Friday. Weiner, 53, who pleaded guilty last May to a single count of
Hillary Clinton on Comey letter anniversary: 'Oh is that today?'
Hillary Clinton demonstrated this weekend that she may have lost the 2016 presidential election , but she hasn't lost her sense of humor. Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of when, with 11 days until Election Day , former FBI Director James Comey sent a letter to members of Congress
Former Rep. Anthony Weiner's sexting to girl a 'deep sickness,' he says in bid for leniency
Sexting with an underage girl, disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner argued in a new court filing, was the product of a “deep sickness” and not an “abnormal sexual interest in teenagers.” In Wednesday’s sentencing submission to the judge who will sentence Weiner later this month, his