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Mar 01, 2018
White House Communications Director Hope Hicks resigns after admitting she told 'white lies' for TrumpThe departure of one of the President's longest-serving advisers, who worked as a one-woman communications shop during his winning campaign, came as a surprise to most in the White House — and cast a pall over the West Wing at a tumultuous time. The news comes a day after Hicks was interviewed for nine hours by the House panel investigating Russia interference in the 2016 election and contact between Trump's campaign and Russia.
Nov 29, 2016
In Donald Trump recount election drama, news media is again being taken for a rideTrump made unsubstantiated claims of serious US voter fraud and said "millions of people" had cast their ballots illegally, offering no evidence for the assertions he put forth on Twitter.
Jun 01, 2016
Donald Trump slams media as 'dishonest', 'sleaze'Donald Trump went on the offensive against the US media Tuesday, slamming coverage of $6 million he claimed to raise for veterans, branding the political press "dishonest" and one journalist "a sleaze."
May 29, 2016
Donald Trump versus Clinton is about ghosts from the 90sDonald Trump's attack against Hillary Clinton will not be about the future, it will be about the past. It already is.
May 24, 2016
Trump attack ad against Bill Clinton, 'crooked' HillaryHillary Clinton tried to draw a sharper contrast with Donald Trump on Sunday, saying the central message of her campaign was "We're stronger together," even as a new poll showed the two candidates in a statistical tie.
Nov 14, 2015
Survey: Democrats see Marco Rubio and John Kasich as 2016 threats, not TrumpEstablishment Democrats aren't too concerned about facing the political outsiders who sit atop preference polls in the crowded race for the Republican nomination for president.
Nov 08, 2015
Sanders, Clinton jockey for key voters in Republican strongholdsDemocratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Rodham Clinton were jockeying on Saturday for the support of key groups in early voting South Carolina that anchored President Barack Obama's coalition.