Romney says U.S. Senate Republican probe of Biden appears political
U.S. Senator Mitt Romney, the lone Republican to vote to convict President Donald Trump of abuse of power following his impeachment, said on Thursday that a Senate Republican probe of Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden appeared politically motivated.
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Bipartisan lawmakers propose $908 bln COVID-19 relief bill
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The Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly, a former astronaut, joined the Senate today, narrowing Republicans’ majority.
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Donald Trump retweeted a photo of this Nevada doctor and called it 'fake.' Here's the doctor's response.Dr. Jacob Keeperman never expected his tweet to blow up on social media after it got hijacked by President Donald Trump.
Trump posts speech on baseless voter fraud claims
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Suit claiming inaugural committee overpaid a Trump hotel moves forward with Ivanka Trump deposition.
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Georgia Republicans Seek Cover From Trump’s Fury Over LossMany in the state G.O.P. are expending significant effort — and contorting themselves into political pretzels — to navigate the president’s outrage over..
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