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State of the Union: Democrats running for president in 2020 respond to Trump with sarcasm, outrage State of the Union: Democrats running for president in 2020 respond to Trump with sarcasm, outrage
WASHINGTON – Democrats considering taking on President Donald Trump in 2020 reacted to his State of the Union address with outrage, sarcasm and eye rolling. While the official Democratic response was given by Stacey Abrams, the Democrat who ran unsuccessfully to be governor of Georgia, the many potential presidential hopefuls tried to get into the conversation. "Stacey Abrams achieved in a m...
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Donald Trump's power dynamic with Nancy Pelosi will be on full display at the State of the Union Donald Trump's power dynamic with Nancy Pelosi will be on full display at the State of the Union
WASHINGTON – When President Donald Trump climbs the rostrum to deliver his second State of the Union address, he'll share the stage with the Democrat who has become his most vexing political rival: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. White House aides say Trump intends to deliver a speech focused on bipartisanship. But sitting just over his left shoulder in the House chamber, the California Democrat wi...
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Northam photo scandal reveals how far the country has to go on race relations, experts say Northam photo scandal reveals how far the country has to go on race relations, experts say
WASHINGTON – In the wake of a firestorm surrounding Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, civil rights leaders and political experts expect others will also be called to task for racially insensitive actions from their past – but they noted the controversy shows how far the nation has to go to heal its thorny history on race relations. “We still have much work to do. We are far from the concept of a pos...
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'I am not the person in that photo': Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam denies he was in racist image 'I am not the person in that photo': Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam denies he was in racist image
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam rejected mounting calls for his resignation Saturday and, in a sharp reversal, said he does not believe he in fact appears in a racist photo on his 1984 medical school yearbook page as he initially thought. "I am not the person in that photo," Northam said at an afternoon news conference. He apologized, however, for the photos being on a page with his name on it. ...
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Undocumented immigrant who worked at Trump golf club to attend State of the Union address Undocumented immigrant who worked at Trump golf club to attend State of the Union address
An undocumented immigrant who worked for five years at President Donald Trump's golf club in Bedminster, N.J., will attend next week's State of the Union address as a guest of a Democratic member of New Jersey's congressional delegation. Victorina Morales, a native of Guatemala who lives in Bound Brook, was invited to attend Trump's address by Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman. Morales, who no ...
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Pompeo tells Fox News that U.S. team is going to Asia to prep for second Trump-Kim summit Pompeo tells Fox News that U.S. team is going to Asia to prep for second Trump-Kim summit
WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he is sending a team “someplace in Asia” to set up a second summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by the end of February. Pompeo on Wednesday told Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity that his team is “headed that way now to lay the foundations” for steps toward the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula as well a...
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'As soon as possible': Trump Organization to increase checks after reports about undocumented employees 'As soon as possible': Trump Organization to increase checks after reports about undocumented employees
WASHINGTON – After a number of reports revealed that Trump Organization employed undocumented immigrants, the company said it is expanding its system for checking the legal status of new employees. The Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump's company plans to start using E-Verify, a system that checks federal databases to determine whether a person is eligible to work in the U.S....
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‘America, we are better than this’: Kamala Harris launches presidential campaign ‘America, we are better than this’: Kamala Harris launches presidential campaign
OAKLAND, Calif. – Kamala Harris’ background as a prosecutor has shaped her first two years in the U.S. Senate, and she plays off it in her campaign slogan, “For the people.’’ That theme was a frequent talking point during Sunday’s 35-minute address in her native Oakland, such as when the first female attorney general in California history said, “In my whole life I’ve only had one client, the pe...
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Trump signs measure to temporarily reopen government, setting up new battle over border wall Trump signs measure to temporarily reopen government, setting up new battle over border wall
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump signed a measure late Friday to reopen the federal government for three weeks, ending the longest shutdown in U.S. history even though the bipartisan legislation included no additional money for his proposed border wall. The bill, which breezed through Congress in a matter of hours by unanimous voice votes, capped a 35-day partial shutdown that exposed the ne...
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Trump: Local businesses such as grocery stores will 'work along' with feds during shutdown Trump: Local businesses such as grocery stores will 'work along' with feds during shutdown
President Donald Trump said Thursday that community businesses including grocery stores and banks will likely "work along" with federal employees impacted by the partial government shutdown. The remarks came as Trump was asked about controversial comments made by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who said Thursday that impacted workers should take out a loan rather than using food banks to cope ...
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