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Another test of loyalty looms over Trump's Minnesota visit

Arizona Daily Sun - 20 Jun 2018
FILE - In this Monday, July 10, 2017, file photo, St. Louis County Commissioner and Duluth Police Lt. Pete Stauber announces that he will seek the Republican endorsement in the race to represent Minnesota's 8th Congressional District in 2018 at an ...
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How One Conservative Think Tank Is Stocking Trump's Government

New York Times - 20 Jun 2018
On the day after Thanksgiving in 2016, Ed Corrigan, then the vice president for policy promotion at the Heritage Foundation, was summoned to Trump Tower in New York to join the senior leadership team of the Trump transition. From inside the ...
united states presidential election in arizona, 2016

Celebrities, Fox News and luck: How to get pardoned by Trump

CNN International - 18 Jun 2018
(CNN) Joe Arpaio, the controversial ex-Arizona sheriff convicted of criminal contempt, was preparing to go out to dinner with his wife on her birthday last August when he got a phone call from his lawyer. He said he would be coming by Arpaio's house ...
united states presidential election in arizona, 2016

In California, Democrats Go After GOP-Held Seats

New York Times - 06 Jun 2018
Update Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, and Jon Cox, a Republican, emerged from a crowded field in the governor's race in California to advance to the general election, according to The Associated Press, as did Senator Dianne Feinstein, a Democrat, in the ...
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How the Case for Voter Fraud Was Tested — and Utterly Failed

ProPublica - 19 Jun 2018
The expert testified that a handful of improper registrations could not be extrapolated to conclude that 2.8 million fraudulent votes — roughly, the gap between Hillary Clinton and Trump in the popular vote tally — had been cast in the 2016 ...
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Not voting could jeopardize future votes in some US states

FOX 10 News Phoenix - 08 Jun 2018
President Trump's unsupported assertions that millions voted illegally in the 2016 presidential election have added to uneasiness among voting rights groups about what steps states might take to add voter requirements. Trump hoped to prove widespread ...
united states presidential election in arizona, 2016

Trump Shakes Up World Stage in Break With US Allies

New York Times - 09 Jun 2018
Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona and the chairman of the Armed Services Committee, said Mr. Putin had made Russia “unworthy of membership in the G-8 by invading Ukraine and annexing Crimea.” “This is weak,” added Senator Ben ...

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