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With $8 Billion Deal on Health-Care Bill, House G.O.P. Leader Says ‘We Have Enough Votes’

With $8 Billion Deal on Health-Care Bill, House G.O.P. Leader Says ‘We Have Enough Votes’

WASHINGTON — House Republican leaders planned to hold a showdown vote Thursday on their bill to repeal and replace large portions of the Affordable Care Act after adding $8 billion to the measure to help cover insurance costs for people with pre-existing conditions...

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Trump’s First 100 Days Anything But Presidential

Donald Trump’s First 100 Days Anything But Presidential

The first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency is known better for defeats than for victories. Actually, things have gone better for the resistance than they have for the administration. The new president has been busy, but he hasn’t been effective.

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Trump’s Response to an Atrocity in Syria: Blame Obama

Trump’s Response to an Atrocity in Syria: Blame Obama

After Bashar al-Assad’s forces gassed at least 74 people to death in Syria on Tuesday, President Donald Trump released a short statement on the attack. More than half of it was dedicated to attacking former President Barack Obama:

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White House Releases Financial Disclosures For Staff

White House Releases Financial Disclosures For Staff

The White House released details on Friday evening about the personal finances of senior staff members. Financial information for top White House staff including chief strategist Steve Bannon, chief of staff Reince Priebus, senior adviser Jared Kushner and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn were published late Friday.

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Sean Spicer Repeats Trump’s Unproven Wiretapping Allegation

Sean Spicer Repeats Trump’s Unproven Wiretapping Allegation

WASHINGTON — The White House on Friday revived President Trump’s unproven wiretapping allegations against the Obama administration, insisting that there is new evidence that it conducted “politically motivated” surveillance of Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign...

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