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Former Democratic senator Joe Lieberman says Washington 'more divided than ever'
Former Senator Joe Lieberman said that during the first 40 days of the Trump presidency, people “seem to be more divided than ever.” Lieberman, a former Democrat who is now an independent and co-leads No Labels, a bipartisan organization dedicated to promoting compromise in politics in order to
The Note: New revelations over Sessions' contact with Russia
Trump's first 100 days with SHUSHANNAH WALSHE and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI Day No. 42 The big story: It’s Russia…again. Last night brought more threads connecting Trump associates and the Kremlin, but it was the bombshell Washington Post report that remains the big one this morning. Attorney General
Trump May Have Early Chance to Target ISIS Leader al-Baghdadi
Even though President Obama leaves office today with the leaders of ISIS and al-Qaeda still alive and operational, efforts underway by the U.S. military's Joint Special Operations Command and the CIA may give Trump an early opportunity to take out at least one of the terrorist leaders, Abu Bakr
Bernie Sanders, Michelle Obama, Chelsea Clinton Among Democratic Convention Speakers
Hillary Clinton ’s campaign and the Democratic National Convention committee announced Friday afternoon the headline speakers for their party’s convention in Philadelphia later this month. The much anticipated list includes heavy hitters such as Senator Bernie Sanders and President Barack Obama.
The Note: The Stage Is Set In Vegas
By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES --WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT HOW HILLARY IS GETTING READY: Hillary Clinton is hunkering down and doing her homework ahead of tomorrow's first Democratic presidential debate. According to a campaign official, she's been holding mock debates to prepare -- with some of her top
Why Sen. Susan Collins Got a Red Rose on the Senate Floor
No, it wasn’t the Congressional version of “ The Bachelor .” It was to honor the senior Maine senator for casting her 6,000 consecutive vote, a perfect record since she took office in January 1997 -- making her the longest-serving member of the current Senate to have never missed one. This was not
The Note: The Situation With The Server
NOTABLES --CLINTON DIRECTS TEAM TO TURN OVER PRIVATE EMAIL SERVER, THUMB DRIVE: Hillary Clinton has directed her staff to give the Department of Justice the private email server that she used during her tenure as Secretary of State, ABC's LIZ KREUTZ reports. Clinton's team has also turned over a
The Note: Could 2016 Be The Hillary and Joe Show?
NOTABLES --JOE BIDEN ‘NOT SAYING NO’: Vice President Joe Biden's political operation has entered a more active phase in recent days, with several moves being contemplated to clear the way for him to run for president should he choose to do so, two longtime Biden advisers tell ABC’s RICK KLEIN. The
Lindsey Graham Quips About Cellphone and Trump on the Road Trip With BFF John McCain
Lindsey Graham took his secret weapon to New Hampshire Saturday: John McCain . The two attended several functions, including a barbecue for veterans, a house party, an outdoor concert and a town hall meeting in New Hampshire. McCain is still revered by many New Hampshire Republicans, and Graham
The Note: A Weekend Of Attacks On The Trail
NOTABLES -- HILLARY CLINTON CALLS OUT GOP CLIMATE CHANGE DENIERS: Hillary Clinton yesterday attacked the Republican presidential contenders who deny "the settled science of climate change" and laid out two renewable power goals in a new video that outlines part of her plan to tackle global warming,