Nov 11, 2016
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President Obama has not changed his view that President-elect Donald Trump is uniquely unqualified to hold the office of the presidency, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Thursday. The president's views haven't changed. He stands by the argument he made on the campaign trail, Earnest told...
Donald Trump announced he will vote for himself on Election Day as the polls opened across the country Tuesday morning. Well, I really worked on this hard, but I have made that final decision. I've decided to vote for Trump, said the Republican presidential nominee on Fox News Tuesday. Trump said...
Washington: Donald Trump appeared to be on the verge of wresting back White House for the Republican Party from the Democrats after a gap of eight years, which could be turning point in American history.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump was elected America's 45th president Tuesday, an astonishing victory for a celebrity businessman and political novice who capitalized on voters' eco
WASHINGTON - Intense rivals who largely defined the volatile election of 2016, President Obama and Donald Trump met Thursday at the White House to discuss the hand-off of the presidency. Obama is "quite sincere about fulfilling the basic responsibility that he has to the American people and our...
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Metro said normal service has resumed on Metro's Blue Line after an earlier train malfunction at the Pentagon station.
Dems and progressives should spend more time thinking about Congress than about the presidency.
For one White House staffer, campaign tactics for a health care pitch prove tricky
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