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The unprecedented arrangement skirts the limits of anti-nepotism laws, and raises questions about conflicts of interest. [Read More]
Trump gloated Kaepernick can't sign onto an NFL team because owners don't want to "get a nasty tweet from Donald Trump." [Read More]
Republicans said we couldn't elect a president under FBI investigation. Now that Trump is, they've changed their tune. [Read More]
"I've been called a communist, a Satan worshiper." [Read More]
Aden says he feels the U.S. is "isolating itself from the rest of the world and its own people in an unprecedented fashion." [Read More]
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called North Korea an "imminent threat" on Saturday. [Read More]
Kimberly Guilfoyle thinks Trump should have U.S. marshals "kill them." [Read More]
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The five-person Pleasant Run PantherBots, three of whom are Latino and two of whom were black, became the target of the racist bullying. [Read More]
Trump wants Germany to pay the U.S. more for NATO. The only problem? No one pays the U.S. for NATO. [Read More]
"What the heck r they spraying over us?!" the TV star tweeted Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Both fellow competitors and their parents participated in the taunting, according to the 'Indianapolis Star'. [Read More]
It's the second time in a week White House guards have dealt with a person trying to gain access to the presidential mansion. [Read More]
Bharara was looking into whether Price illegally profited off his congressional job when Trump gave him the axe. [Read More]
"I would be ashamed to hold that pint of Guinness." [Read More]
"I would be ashamed to hold that pint of Guinness." [Read More]
"I would be ashamed to hold that pint of Guinness." [Read More]
Trump's staffers had to cheer him up, according to a report. [Read More]
Trump and his staff's comments came back to haunt them. [Read More]
Trump and his staff's comments came back to haunt them. [Read More]
"Neither the White House nor the president will comment further until [congressional] oversight is conducted," Spicer said. [Read More]
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