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Trump's defense of statues echoes right-wing rhetoric
President Donald Trump echoed some right wing-talking points with his seemingly unscripted defense of Confederate statues
Analysis: Trump meets crisis with familiar bluster, risk
Analysis: Trump answers call of crisis with familiar bluster, spontaneity and norm-breaking risk that defined his political rise
Senate GOP rallies behind McConnell in feud with Trump
Senate Republicans are rallying in support of Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, pushing back against the onslaught of criticism from President Donald Trump of his top Senate partner
Trump suggests Senate GOP leader must deliver or step aside
President Donald Trump is suggesting that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell might have to think about stepping aside if he doesn't deliver on the president's agenda of health care, taxes and infrastructure
Trump answers reporters' questions on Sessions, McConnell and Kelly
The president said of his relationship with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, "It is what it is."
Vacationing President Trump tells Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, 'Get back to work'
President Donald Trump, who is on a working vacation at his New Jersey estate, prodded Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to "get back to work" in a tweet Thursday — the latest volley between the two men over the stalled Republican health care efforts. "Mitch, get back to work and put Repeal &
Kelly faces daunting task of reconnecting Trump to disillusioned GOP establishment
Among the big challenges that newly minted Chief of Staff John Kelly faces, repairing relationships inside the Republican Party is high on the list. President Donald Trump’s already tenuous relationship with the establishment of the Republican Party was thrown into further doubt following the
Politicians react to chief of staff shake-up as John Kelly replaces Reince Priebus
Following President Donald Trump ’s announcement on Friday that Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly would replace Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff, members of the administration, lawmakers and other politicians offered their thoughts on the West Wing shake-up. In a statement,
Trump advisers eyeing possible Priebus replacements
Reince Priebus is still the White House chief of staff and on Wednesday he told ABC News he intends to remain in the position, but people close to President Donald Trump say he is increasingly frustrated with the management of the West Wing and the president’s most trusted advisers are already
The Briefing Room: Jeff Sessions heads to El Salvador, WH pushes health care reform
ABC News' John Santucci, John Fishel, Katherine Faulders, Mary Bruce and Jonathan Karl provide extended analysis of the White House press briefing.