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West Wing turmoil with staff exits; no chaos, Trump says
President Donald Trump's economic adviser is leaving the White House, and Gary Cohn's departure has sparked internal fears of an even larger exodus
January 22, 2018: Ana Navarro joins as a guest co-host for a day of hot topics
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Who's to blame for the government shutdown?
"The View" co-hosts discuss who's really responsible for the government shutdown.
WH: 'Disgraceful and laughable' to claim Trump is mentally unfit
Press secretary Sarah Sanders fielded questions today on Michael Wolff's explosive new book.
The Note: Trump and Bannon's bromance is broken. Will they rebound?
The TAKE with Rick Klein Steve Bannon can lose his job. He can, as President Donald Trump asserts he already has, lose his mind. He can surely lose his pull as a recruiter of candidates. But Trump can’t lose Bannon. And Bannon can’t lose Trump. Trumpism and Bannonism are already linked
Rep. John Conyers accused of sexual misconduct by another woman as ethics committee launches probe
Rep. John Conyers , D-Mich., was accused of sexual misconduct by a second woman earlier this year, as he faces a new ethics investigation after denying a separate report that alleges he sexually harassed a female aide, leading to a reported five-figure payout funded by taxpayers. "The committee is
The Note: Special counsel's actions in Russia probe may cut through Trump tweetstorm
The TAKE with Rick Klein President Donald Trump urged Republicans to “DO SOMETHING” over the weekend in the wake of the "Uranium to Russia deal, the 33,000 plus deleted Emails, the Comey fix and so much more" during the tenure of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton . Trump's Twitterstorm came
Rep. Wilson alleges White House chief of staff used 'racist term' in criticism
Representative Frederica Wilson alleged that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly employed "a racist term" in his criticism of her actions after she assailed President Donald Trump over his call to the widow of a U.S. soldier killed in Niger . Kelly, who addressed reporters at the White House
Trump feuds with John McCain
"The View" co-hosts weigh in on the back-and-forth between the president and Sen. McCain.