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Updated: 11th January 2020 16:55Politics

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Tony Schwartz said it will be dominating the president's “consciousness for the vast majority of every waking day.”
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The Donald Trump ally warned GOP senators against allowing witnesses to be called during the president's Senate impeachment trial.
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The president's appointees will select a new postmaster general, who could reshape the agency for years to come — and move it toward privatization.

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#FilmsForRepublicans went viral with scathing suggestions such as "Honey, I Caged The Kids" and "Minority Free Report."
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The Saturday shock follows Tuesday's 6.4 earthquake, causing more damage and power outages to the already hurting island.
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Chris Wallace asked who's attacked U.S. intelligence agencies more than the president in recent years.
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For all the differences between Robert O'Brien and his predecessor, O'Brien ended up signing off on an Iran strike that Bolton long endorsed.
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Trump told Fox News that Iranian militants had planned attacks on four U.S. embassies hours after Secretary Pompeo said the U.S. didn't know when or where there would be attacks.
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"Either Fox News gets higher level briefings than Congress ... or ... wait for it ... there was no such imminent threat," charged Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy.
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Martin Sheen and more than a hundred other demonstrators were also detained at the last planned "Fire Drill Friday" in D.C.
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Sanders rises and Buttigieg falls, but no candidate has a clear edge in the first contest of the Democratic primary.
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The Taliban immediately took responsibility for the attack on a U.S. military vehicle.
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DOJ lawyers scramble to postpone until after Election Day the possible upheaval of the Affordable Care Act, which would affect 20 million people.
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The ban could be extended to an additional seven countries that haven't yet been publicly revealed.
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It's been more than 300 days since the White House press secretary gave an official briefing,
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White House press aide Hogan Gidley claimed the U.S. killed Libya's Muammar Gaddafi and said Osama bin Laden was killed without congressional approval.
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The church violated her husband's confidentiality and deprived her family of his income, Kristine Johnson claims in a $9.54 million lawsuit.
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If it walks like a white nationalist, talks like a white nationalist and spits racist venom like a white nationalist, it might be Rep. Steve King.
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"I think it's sad. I really do," the president told Fox News host Laura Ingraham in an interview airing Friday night.
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A document outlining the plans has reportedly been circulating the White House, but the countries that would be affected are blacked out.