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The ghost of Richard Nixon tells Donald Trump to burn any incriminating tapes in a spooky "Simpsons" short marking the president's 125th day in office Friday. The 5-minute short presents the White House as a house of horrors, with animations representing Sean Spicer, Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway hanging from the ceiling in the press briefing room. The only happy camper is Mike Pence who whistles to himself alone in his office as he scrubs off the "vice" from vice president on his desk nameplate. Trump sits on his bed trying to make one last deal... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump has made a lot of promises to solve the country's opioid crisis, which killed over 33,000 people in 2015 alone. They included the pledge to build a wall on the southern border to stop the flow of drugs from Mexico and Latin America and more money to accelerate new treatment and prevention programs. Secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services Tom Price and Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway reiterated Trump's commitment to end the opioid crisis this month, as they visited New Hampshire - a state that has been one of the hardest... [Read More]
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Six months after Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States, it feels as if America has never been more obsessed with late-night political comedy. A willingness to wade ever deeper into political waters has been widely credited for ratings success: Stephen Colbert beat out former late-night king Jimmy Fallon, a happily apolitical host, in total viewers this season largely by attacking the president. Meanwhile, Season 42 of "Saturday Night Live" enjoyed a 23-year ratings high with Melissa McCarthy's role as Sean Spicer, Kate McKinnon's turn as Kellyanne Conway and Alec Baldwin's spot-on Trump.... [Read More]
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The Associated Press has issued a correction for its report on Kellyanne Conway's speech to New Hampshire Republicans last week, acknowledging that its crowd estimate was wrong, and the freelance reporter who covered the event says the wire service will no longer use her for political coverage. [Read More]
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Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, will now live just a 12-minute drive away from the White House after she reportedly purchased a mansion in Washington, D.C.'s luxury neighborhood, Massachusetts Avenue Heights. The nearly $8 million dollar 15,000-square-foot home was initially s... [Read More]
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Her new home is just a 12-minute ride away from the White House. [Read More]
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The Associated Press has issued a correction in connection with its report of Kellyanne Conway's speech to New Hampshire Republicans last week, acknowledging that its crowd estimate was wrong. [Read More]
Last week, the Associated Press — along with other local news outlets — covered Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway's visit to New Hampshire to speak at a party fundraiser. [Read More]
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The Associated Press, in a near-unprecedented move for a mainstream news outlet, fired a freelance journalist it employed after it was discovered she posted anti-Donald Trump remarks on her Facebook page in 2016 -- and then sneaked into a closed Republican event and reported negatively on Kellyanne Conway. [Read More]
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The New Hampshire Republican Party is trying to make a freelance reporter pay for covering a fundraiser that was closed to the press and featured presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway.Melanie Plenda, who wrote a four-paragraph story for the... [Read More]
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The leftist activist the AP hired as a freelancer to sneak into a private event with White House counselor Kellyanne Conway violated the AP's editorial standards. [Read More]
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After the presidential election last November, Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway argued that Hillary Clinton lost because she focused too much on trying to disqualify Trump, instead of speaking to voters' concerns. "There's a difference for voters between what offends you and what affects you," she said. That's a lesson that Democrats seem to…... [Read More]
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In a story May 18 about presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway speaking to supporters in New Hampshire, The Associated Press erroneously estimated the number in attendance as... [Read More]
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In a story May 18 about presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway speaking to supporters in New Hampshire, The Associated Press erroneously estimated the number in attendance as about 150 people. Further …... [Read More]
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A freelance reporter is getting threats for her coverage of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway after Republicans accused her of sneaking into a closed-press fundraiser last week in Nashua. [Read More]
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The antagonism between the "mainstream media" and the Trump administration reached a new low last week when the Associated Press hired a "freelancer" -- who turned out to be "a hardcore left-wing activist" -- to attend a "closed press" fund-raiser for the GOP in New Hampshire and falsely report on the event. [Read More]
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A freelance reporter with the Associated Press has drawn the ire of the GOP in New Hampshire after working her way into a "closed press" fundraiser last week and then falsely reporting on the event. [Read More]
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