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Trump's frustration with the Afghan War grows, diplomats respond to leaked Trump transcripts

August 4, 2017
Trump's frustration with the Afghan War grows

President Trump turns to issues aimed at rallying his base, tensions flare between some Republicans, and Russia probe continues

August 4, 2017
President Trump turned his attention to issues that rally his conservative base – immigration and affirmative action – after last week’s failure to move forward with health care reform in the Senate. But the president has again found himself in a familiar place: up against the ropes with news about continued Russia probes.

Russia probe continues as President Trump turns to issues aimed at rallying his base

August 4, 2017
President Trump turned his attention to issues that rally his conservative base – immigration and affirmative action – after last week’s failure to move forward with health care reform in the Senate. But the president has again found himself in a familiar place: up against the ropes with news about continued Russia probes.
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Washington Week Ahead: House on recess, Pence in Europe

July 31, 2017
Just because the 435 members of the House of Representatives are on recess doesn’t mean they aren’t working. Many will hold town hall meetings in their home districts. Vice President Mike Pence is also out of Washington for a few days. He’s travelling to Eastern Europe and meeting with a few NATO members.
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President Trump's decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military makes headlines

July 28, 2017
Another power struggle may be underway between the White House and the Pentagon after President Trump decided to ban transgender people from serving in the military.

Shakeups hit the White House, Obamacare repeal fails, and Trump vs. Sessions

July 28, 2017
Staff shakeups hit the White House Friday afternoon.
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Washington Week Ahead: Will the whole truth come out?

July 24, 2017
This week, several key advisers to President Trump are talking to Congress about the ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the presidential election. Plus, the Senate is scheduled to vote on its health care reform bill.

President Trump tries to rein in the Russia investigation as staff shakeups hit the White House

July 21, 2017
Looking back at the first six months of the Trump administration.
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Trump, Senate Republicans negotiate Obamacare replacement

July 21, 2017
The Senate Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act has died and been revived several times this week.