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Hope Hicks, a former aide to President Donald Trump, stood by her testimony Thursday to a House panel despite conflicting documents
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News video: Republican Congressman Apologizes For The 'Unfit Conman In The White House'

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Former Tea Party Congressman Joe Walsh wrote an op-ed for The New York Times on Wednesday. In it, he apologized for his role in helping President Donald Trump reach the White House. Business Insider reports he also called for a primary challenger to take him on in 2020. He also apologized for...

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