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The Note: Might things yet break Trump’s direction?
The TAKE with Rick Klein A week that held – and still holds – so much peril for President Donald Trump ends with reminders of how much things might yet break in his direction. Fired FBI director James Comey started the week speaking out against a man he views as “morally unfit” for the presidency.
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Matthew Dowd: Trump calling book untruthful 'like Al Capone saying a jaywalker is a criminal'
"Roundtable" here to take it on. Joined by chief political analyst Matthew dowd. Democratic strategist Stephanie cutter. Chair of the American conservative union, Matt schlapp. Roland martin from TV one. And Sara Fagen, political director for president bush and now with CNBC. Every president hit by
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Nikki Haley, Sen. Tom Cotton and Sen. Bernie Sanders
This Sunday, George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nicki Haley , Intelligence Committee member Sen. Tom Cotton , R-Ark., and Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Bernie Sanders , I-Vt. Plus, former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara and ABC News chief legal analyst Dan
The Note: With Bannon iced out of White House, might other relationships with White House thaw?
The TAKE with Rick Klein You could say the facade fell away this week. But that would presume that it was ever in place. The truth is that no book is needed to reveal that this White House is a chaotic, haphazard operation. But Michael Wolff’s reporting and its fallout have confirmed some
'Power structure' must change to stop sexual harassment, Matthew Dowd says
I provide advice to the president. He'll tell me what to do. If it's illegal, guess what's going to happen? You say no. I'm going the say, Mr. President, it's illegal. Guess what he's going to do? Say what would be legal? We'll come up with options. That's the way it works. It's not that
Sunday on 'This Week': Sen. Susan Collins and Marc Short
George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with Sen. Susan Collins , R-Maine, and White House Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short , Sunday on “This Week.” Plus, after weeks of major headlines surrounding sexual harassment allegations, former Rep. Mary Bono , R-Calif., and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton
The Note: Washington faces time of reckoning, joins national #MeToo moment on sexual harassment
The TAKE with Rick Klein It’s often said that the capital is disconnected from the country, that official Washington is hopelessly out of touch with the nation it serves. That notion melted away this week. As scandals rock prominent members of both parties , a cultural moment has coincided with a
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Steven Mnuchin, Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Sen. Tim Scott
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discusses the GOP’s new tax plan and responds to Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price’s resignation, Sunday on “This Week.” Plus, Sen. Tim Scott , R-SC, and Sen. Bernie Sanders , I-VT, come to “This Week.” And the Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in
The Note: Has Trump had his 'heckuva job' moment with Puerto Rico?
THE TAKE with ABC News’ Rick Klein The first two storms, it appears, were only wind-ups to the presidential moment that presents itself now. The crisis in Puerto Rico figures to define President Trump’s responses to this remarkable string of powerful storms. After first seeming to blame Puerto