'The stakes are high': After Tulsa rally, Trump heads to battleground states looking for a boost
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Trump camp eyes course correction for rallies: 'We can't have a repeat of Tulsa'WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's return to the campaign trail in Oklahoma last month was viewed as such a debacle that his re-election effort is working..
Supreme Court gives Native Americans jurisdiction over eastern half of OklahomaLegal authority over virtually half of Oklahoma – home to 1.8 million residents and including Tulsa, its second-largest city – was at issue.
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2020 Ryder Cup postponed for 12 months
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Jeff Sessions blasts Trump's 'juvenile insults' ahead of Alabama runoff election against TubervilleTrump continued to promote Tommy Tuberville, Sessions' rival for Alabama's GOP nomination for Senate, on Twitter.
'Republicans are really fed up': GOP increasingly splits with Trump as his polls dragWeeks before Trump accepts his party's nomination, cracks are deepening among Republican lawmakers, who have sought to distance themselves from him.
Elaine Duke on Leading Homeland Security Under President TrumpElaine Duke, a lifelong Republican, was acting secretary of homeland security for four months in 2017.
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