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'The best leaders figure out where the country wants to go'
Amna Nawaz and ABC News' Chief Political Analyst Matt Dowd talk about the power of political campaigns in America and the good and bad changes they can bring.
President George W. Bush: The first 100 days
Tonight mr. Bush's manager. He's the first president to have a graduate degree in business their pictures of them on the bulletin board at Harvard Business School where he earned his degree. Here's ABC's Terry Moran on the MBA president. The picture is still emerging when he makes a decision. He's
Trump White House reportedly beset by power struggle
ABC News' political analyst Matthew Dowd analyzes what insiders describe as an ideology clash between top Trump aides Stephen Bannon and Jared Kushner.
Kellyanne Conway Recalls (Then Clarifies) 'Massacre' That Never Happened
Two Iraqi refugees who had resettled in Kentucky pleaded guilty to attempting to send weapons to al-Qaeda but there was no massacre.
Steve Bannon Becomes Major Force in Trump Administration
Bannon, who previously ran alt-right website Breitbart, was named by Trump to the National Security Council and has called for a "fight in the Republican Party for the soul of the conservative movement."
Trump Gives Controversial Adviser Bannon Seat at Security Council Principals Meetings
President Donald Trump has tapped his controversial senior adviser and chief strategist Stephen Bannon for a seat at National Security Council Principals Committee meetings in what some experts are calling an "unprecedented" political appointment to the panel. In an executive memorandum signed by
A Look Back at 'October Surprises' and Why Clinton's Email May Not Be One
In several U.S. presidential elections, candidates have faced a moment of reckoning in the weeks and days before Nov. 8 that has come to be known as the "October Surprise." From differing claims about the progress of the Vietnam War in 1968 and 1972, to George W. Bush's decades-old drunk driving
Hillary Clinton's Health Scare Raises Transparency Questions
Clinton's campaign revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia after video captured the presidential candidate seemingly falling ill.
Bernie Sanders' New Political Group Raises Campaign Finance Questions
As a Democratic presidential candidate , Sen. Bernie Sanders put campaign finance reform at the center of his campaign agenda. But a new organization formed by the Vermont independent to continue his political revolution across the country may be venturing into uncharted legal territory, according
Lawmakers Urge FTC to Investigate 'Dark Money' Group Attacking Consumer Watchdog Group
Some lawmakers are trying to find out who's paying so-called "dark money" for ads attacking the watchdog group Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Protect America's Consumers, a political lobbying group, has spent nearly $58,000 on cable TV and online ads disparaging the nearly 5-year-old