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Daniel Bush is the digital politics editor and senior writer for PBS NewsHour.
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Politics May 21What would a Trump-Biden matchup look like? Dueling Pennsylvania rallies offer clues
President Donald Trump’s fresh attacks on Joe Biden at a campaign rally in central Pennsylvania came two days after the former vice president criticized Trump at his own rally in downtown Philadelphia. The dueling events showcased what a possible general…
Politics May 01Republicans accept Barr’s word on the Mueller report. Democrats demand more accountability
Throughout the tense, roughly five-hour hearing, Attorney General William Barr defended his handling of the report. But his performance raised new questions about his actions, and Democrats’ concerns about his independence from President Donald Trump.
Politics Apr 185 key takeaways from the Mueller report
In the special counsel’s full report, which was released Thursday with some redactions, Robert Mueller provided significant evidence of Trump trying to interfere in the investigation, though Mueller stopped short of concluding he’d obstructed justice.
Politics Apr 01House Oversight Committee to issue subpoena over White House security clearances
The chairman of the House Oversight Committee announced plans Monday to subpoena a former White House official to testify about the White House security clearance process, and warned more subpoenas would follow if the Trump administration doesn’t explain how senior…
Politics Mar 28In Michigan, Trump supporters say they’re ready to move on from Mueller
Supporters at President Donald Trump's rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Thursday said they shared his view that Democrats and the media were responsible for pushing the special counsel investigation.
Politics Mar 244 things we learned from Barr’s summary of the Mueller report
Mueller’s findings on whether President Trump colluded with Russia were fairly straight forward. But he left a lot of gray area on whether Trump tried to obstruct his investigation, seen by many as an impeachable offense.
Politics Mar 22Could Congress force the Mueller report to be made public?
It's up to Attorney General William Barr to decide how to handle Robert Mueller's report. But the attorney general is bound by federal laws that limit how certain material from federal investigations can be shared.
Politics Mar 13Paul Manafort faces new fraud charges on top of 7.5 years in prison. Read the indictment
The former Trump campaign chair was indicted Wednesday for allegedly running a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud scheme in New York four years ago.
Politics Feb 27Cohen releases Trump financial documents, claims president inflated net worth
New documents revealing a small slice of President Trump’s claims about his personal net worth, a topic he has kept secret as a candidate and in office, were a centerpiece of Michael Cohen’s public testimony Wednesday before the House Oversight…
Politics Feb 064 takeaways from Trump’s 2019 State of the Union
What the president's address means as the government faces another shutdown, and as Trump prepares for 2020.