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Inside Trump’s anger and impatience — and his sudden decision to fire Comey
The president was said to be frustrated by James Comey’s focus on Russia and lack of attention on leaks.
There’s been a big change in how the news media cover sexual assault
The story is the broader phenomenon, not just the individual cases.
‘I wish he’d quit tweeting’: Many Trump backers say it’s time for him to put down his phone
Polls show rising concern even among Republicans about the president’s erraticTwitter habit.
Did Trump and Sessions flip-flop on Comey’s decisions in the Clinton investigation?
We explore the inconsistencies in statements Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions made on the 2016 campaign trail, compared to their actions as president and attorney general in May 2017.
‘I didn’t come here to defend the president tonight.’ Republican who rescued health-care bill faces voters.
MacArthur slugged through two hours of hostile questions on everything from the firing of FBI Director James Comey to whether the remodeled American Health Care Act would punish women who had been the victims of rape.
Some are puzzled by deputy AG’s central role in the drama of Trump and Comey
Rod J. Rosenstein, a longtime prosecutor, signed the letter that served as the rationale for firing the FBI director.
Rick Scott on a potential 2018 Senate campaign: ‘I don’t feel any pressure to get in’
But the Florida governor is launching a new PAC designed to help rebrand the GOP in hopes of selling it to younger and Latino voters.
House Oversight chairman asks DOJ inspector general to probe Comey firing
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) asked the inspector general to expand his ongoing probe of Comey’s pre-election actions to include the circumstances surrounding his firing.
Furor over Comey firing grows with news that he sought resources for Russia investigation before his dismissal
Republicans and Democrats said Comey’s dismissal will frustrate bipartisan efforts to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenas documents from Flynn in Russia probe
Flynn had declined the committee’s request for materials it wanted to review.
Why Trump’s efforts to shake his Russia problem only make it worse
Moscow’s shadow over Trump’s presidency just got longer.
Was it appropriate for Trump and Comey to discuss whether Trump was under investigation?
We ask former attorneys general and FBI directors whether they would have had this conversation.
The epic and bizarre first 110 days of the Trump presidency
In search for the right adjective, ‘surreal’ is a plausible candidate.
Why Trump expected only applause when he told Comey, ‘You’re fired.’
A president who operates in the moment sees no profit in considering the lessons and contradictions of the past.
Trump praised Comey in October, fired him Tuesday. Explanations don’t add up.
Administration officials are struggling to offer a consistent story of why Comey was fired.
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