Race to the White House: Politics mixes with law as Trump closes in on court pick
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Trump says Obama underestimated him
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U.S. says Russia, Iran tried interfering in 2020 election
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US Election 2020: Trump and Obama lock horns in rival ralliesMr Obama liken his successor to a "crazy uncle", while Mr Trump mocks his old adversary.
Man Pleads Guilty to Cyberstalking Tulsa Mayor Before Trump RallyAdam Maxwell Donn, 40, of Norfolk, Va., sent dozens of threatening emails to try to get President Trump’s campaign rally canceled, officials said.
Grenell Pursued Talks Over Change of Power in VenezuelaA close ally of President Trump quietly met with an associate of President Nicolás Maduro, whom the United States does not recognize as the leader of Venezuela.
Chris Christie says he should have worn a mask at White House"I mistook the bubble of security around the president for a viral safe zone. I was wrong," the former New Jersey governor wrote.
Pinellas County voters could predict who wins the White House
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Who Is Kristen Welker - Moderator Of Third Presidential Debate
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Trump talks about contentious 60 Minutes interview
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Trump Ends '60 Minutes' Interview After 45 minutes
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Supreme Court lets Alabama ban curbside voting in November electionThe unsuccessful challengers had pointed out the CDC recommends the practice "as a means of reducing the risk of spreading COVID-19 at the polls."
Senator Lindsey Graham skips final debate in South Carolina amid battle to keep seatRepublican Senator Lindsey Graham is skipping the final debate in South Carolina Wednesday to focus on confirming Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court...
Senate Democrats will boycott Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation hearing vote as GOP vows to move forwardSenate Democrats say they will boycott a committee hearing Thursday where Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination is set to move forward.
Senate vote on Supreme Court nominee would toss a can of gasoline into heated electionOur View: Rush to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett by Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell betrays voters casting their verdict.
Barrett was trustee at school with anti-gay policySupreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett served for nearly three years on the board of private Christian schools that attendees say discriminated against LGBTQ..
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