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As Trump’s woes mount, congressional Republicans arrive at a moment of reckoning
GOP has tried compartmentalization rather than confrontation. What is their next move?
Analysis
When Trump signs bills into law, he objects to scores of provisions. Here’s what that means.
Trump is on track to match George W. Bush’s challenges to the bills he signed — and Bush set the record, by far.
 
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Trump’s claim veterans received ’42 percent more’ approvals to get non-VA health care
We dig into Trump’s claims about increased participation in the Choice Program, which allows certain veterans to get health outside of VA.
 
Trump, Erdogan commit to cooperation despite tensions over Syrian militias
The U.S. president made no mention of Turkey’s crackdown on a wide array of opposition figures.
 
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Trump’s cascading controversies rattle Hill Republicans
The GOP has shown few signs of discord, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he wished the White House would produce “less drama.”
 
White House offers shifting explanations of Trump’s disclosures to Russians
The president responded to the furor by tweeting he had an “absolute right” to share “facts.”
 
Trump campaign alumni launch email fundraising start-up
The venture is the latest example of how presidential campaigns serve as business incubators.
 
Inside the Oval Office with Trump and the Russians: Broad smiles and loose lips
Trump agreed to meet last week with Russia’s foreign minister as a favor to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
 
 
Trump faces a crisis of credibility — and judgment
Two bombshell headlines and one looming question: Is Trump’s presidency going off the rails?
 
Democrats try to punch through with message, but Trump scandals get in the way
Even as they gathered in Washington for annual CAP conference, phones buzzed with the latest headlines about the president.
 
With Trump under fire, GOP fundraising pitch claims government officials are trying to ‘SABOTAGE’ his presidency
The email warns of an “unelected bureaucracy that want to sabotage President Trump.”
 
Analysis
Trump’s careening toward an inevitable showdown with an undeniable truth
Now we’re asked to choose whom we believe: Trump or Comey?
 
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Trump’s praise for evangelical voters is certainly warranted by polling data
He fared better with them than Clinton did with nonwhite voters.
 
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Donald Trump is his administration’s own worst enemy
Detailing the White House’s self-inflicted wounds, four months in.
 
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Translating McMaster’s rhetoric on the Russia-leak story
The national security adviser confirmed key facts in the Post article while pretending to deny it. Here’s a guide to the rhetoric.
 
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