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Lawmakers slam Trump for laying 'blame on both sides' in Charlottesville rally
President Donald Trump ’s press conference Tuesday afternoon, originally scheduled to focus on U.S. infrastructure, deteriorated into a spirited argument over Saturday's controversial statement on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, prompting swift responses on social media. Trump's
Lawmakers slam Trump for delay in denouncing hate groups by name
Following bipartisan criticism of his response to the unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, the president publicly condemned white supremacists and other hate groups by name for the first time since violence broke out. “ Racism is evil,” Trump said on Monday. "Those who cause violence in its name
Resistance leaders play long game, dismiss impeachment talk
The anti-Trump resistance movement leaders say they have little interest in clamoring for the president's impeachment over his campaign's ties to Russia
Democrats launch new group aimed at Republican strongholds
A group of prominent Democrats is organizing outside of the formal party structure with the goal of winning elections in Republican-dominated middle America
Trump hails Supreme Court's partial reinstatement of travel ban 'clear victory for our national security'
President Trump today joined supporters in declaring a “clear victory” after the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to allow parts of his travel ban to take effect. While the ban will apply, effective Thursday, to people from the six predominantly countries listed on Trump’s March revised executive order --
The Note: The tale of the Trump 'tapes' isn't over
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY It's a tough path to 50 votes for the Senate health care bill, especially when four Republican senators won't support the plan in its current form, and time is ticking until the July 4 recess. What's next for the Senate health care bill? More discussions and most likely
DNC Chairman Tom Perez cites trends as indication Dems could take the House
Historical trends and promising outcomes of recent elections suggest Democrats could take back the majority in the House of Representatives in 2018, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez told "The View" today. Perez noted that Democrats are losing, but by encouraging margins, citing the
DNC Chair Tom Perez on Georgia election loss, health care, taking back the House
Perez offers a message to those who say Democrats lack one: "We're fighting to make your lives better."
Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff loses Georgia special election
"The View" co-hosts discuss what the election results mean for the Democratic Party.
Hillary Clinton: Russians 'guided by Americans' in election interference
In a sweeping interview that addressed the array of performers she believes played a role in the drama of her presidential election defeat, Hillary Clinton connected the actions of Russian interlopers in the campaign to domestic actors. "The Russians, in my opinion, and based on the intel and