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Barr briefed Trump on a mail-in ballot inquiry, prompting fears of Justice Dept. politicization.

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Trump posts speech on baseless voter fraud claims [Video]

Trump posts speech on baseless voter fraud claims

U.S. President Donald Trump released a lengthy speech recorded at the White House on Wednesday, in which he repeated his unsubstantiated claims of widespread election fraud, a day after Attorney General William Barr said there was no evidence of widespread fraud that could change the outcome. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

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Attorney General Barr contradicts Trump, says no evidence of widespread election fraud

Attorney General William Barr said the Justice Department has not found evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election. This contradicts President..
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Redacted court documents show DOJ investigating "lobbying scheme" for possible White House pardon

The Department of Justice is investigating a possible "secret lobbying scheme" where certain people allegedly "acted as lobbyists" in order to get a White House..
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Eye Opener: CDC weighs in on vaccine distribution priorities

A CDC panel has recommended that front-line health care workers as well as those living and working in long-term care facilities should be first to receive a..
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Barr sees no sign of major U.S. vote fraud [Video]

Barr sees no sign of major U.S. vote fraud

[NFA] U.S. Attorney General William Barr said on Tuesday (December 1) the Justice Department had found no evidence of widespread voter fraud in last month’s election, even as President Donald Trump kept up his flailing legal efforts to reverse his defeat. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

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Trump To Pardon Many Before Leaving Office [Video]

Trump To Pardon Many Before Leaving Office

The public should expect a "flurry" of pardons before President Donald Trump leaves office. A source close to the White House suggested this, according to reports at CNN. The reality is that pardons happen at the end of almost all previous administrations. This source said Trump's advisers say it would perfectly fine for Trump to pardon his family members. He may also pardon other associates preemptively, even if they haven't been charged with any crimes.

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Ivanka Trump deposed as part of inauguration fund lawsuit

Ivanka Trump has been deposed by attorneys alleging that President Donald Trump's 2017 inauguration committee misused donor funds, a new court filing reveals.The..
New Zealand Herald

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.

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Biden transition: Trump's grievances feed menacing undertow after US election

The last throes of Donald Trump's presidency have turned ugly — even dangerous.Death threats are on the rise. Local and state election officials are being..
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