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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton keep talking about election 6 months later
The presidential election took place nearly six months ago, but neither of the major-party candidates can seem to let it go. Former Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton has spoken about the election during her infrequent public appearances since her loss, but she went into more detail than she had
The Note: The health care costs for Republicans
NOTABLES --HOUSE TO HOLD VOTE ON GOP HEALTH CARE BILL TODAY: The House of Representatives will vote today on the Republican-backed health care bill. According to the schedule sent out House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif. this morning, the vote on health care will happen sometime between
FBI director testifies on Russia, 2016 election
James Comey told lawmakers it made him "mildly nauseous" to think the FBI's decision to reignite the Clinton email investigation in October could have influenced the presidential race.
Susan Rice declines invitation to testify before Senate Judiciary panel
President Barack Obama’s former national security adviser Susan Rice said she will not testify before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee chaired by Sen. Lindsey Graham , R-South Carolina, because, her lawyer said, the request was not bipartisan in nature. In a letter to Graham and the panel’s top
Russia investigations on the Hill: Where things stand
Multiple committee investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign will continue to push forward as Congress returns this week. Here's where things stand and what to watch for in the next few days: House Intelligence Committee Members of the House Intelligence Committee are hoping to get
How well is President Trump handling foreign policy?
"The View" co-hosts weigh the strengths and weaknesses of the president's foreign policy.
'It's not too late' to get rid of FBI Director James Comey, Trump says
President Trump is doubling down on the unsubstantiated wiretapping claims against his predecessor, as well as his unproven allegation that former National Security Adviser Susan Rice may have committed a crime . In an interview with Fox Business Tuesday, the president also suggested he could
Sen. Marco Rubio: Assad and ISIS are 'two sides of the same coin'
I have never supported the use of military force of U.S. Military force in this conflict and I still don't. I believe that U.S. Military action of the type contemplated here may prove to be counterproductive. After a few days of missile strikes, will allow alassad to say that he took on the united
Bannon calls reports of threat to quit 'absurd,' as insiders say otherwise
President Donald Trump 's chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon flatly denied reports that he threatened to resign after being removed from the Principals Committee of the National Security Council. "Absurd," Bannon told ABC News when asked about the reports. The claim comes as multiple senior White
The Note: Trump redraws Syria lines
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 77 THE BIG STORY: President Trump said Wednesday that his view of Syria has changed, and he did it by embracing a familiar metaphor. “That crosses many, many lines. Beyond a red line, many, many lines,” the president said.