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The Obstruction of Justice Case Against Donald Trump
Slate Magazine
In a fusillade of Twitter posts this week, President Donald Trump blasted his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, for failing to pursue probes of Hillary Clinton and former FBI Director James Comey. It is unclear whether the president's posts will spur ...

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Newsweek

Trump Supporters Rib Hillary Clinton for Calling Election Memoir 'What Happened'
Newsweek
So Hillary Clinton is writing a book on her defeat in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The title? What Happened. The book promises to be controversial—according to publishers Simon & Schuster, the memoir will detail Clinton's campaign in “an ...
Hillary Clinton will release a book called 'What Happened?' about her 2016 defeat to TrumpBusiness Insider
Senate defies Trump on call to investigate Hillary ClintonCharlotte Observer
Hilary Clinton releasing book about 2016 US election loss to Donald Trump titled 'What Happened?'The Independent
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USA TODAY

Analysis: Trump's demand for AG Jeff Sessions to investigate Hillary Clinton is an ethical minefield
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON – If President Trump was listening to the broadcast of Jeff Sessions's contentious Senate confirmation hearing back in January, he would know why his demands this week for his attorney general to investigate Hillary Clinton crossed a bright ...
Trump assails Sessions for 'very weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes'Politico
In a morning tweetstorm, Trump goes off on Hillary Clinton, Obamacare and Kushner 'witch hunt'CNBC
Pretending That Trump Is Right to Be Angry at Sessions Isn't SeriousNational Review
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Newsweek

Russia Sanctions: Donald Trump is Hostage to Congress And Like Hillary Clinton, Moscow Says
Newsweek
Russian politicians are up in arms over the freshly approved U.S. sanctions bill on Russia, warning of severe damage to ties with Washington and also taking swipes at the man they once hoped would loosen pressure on Moscow—President Donald Trump.
Jared Kushner To Testify Behind Closed Doors About Russia ContactsHuffPost

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Washington Post

Trump and the Republicans just can't stop running against Hillary Clinton
Washington Post
Familiar charges, no doubt, but there is a twist: In each of these cases, President Trump and his allies are making the accusations, and their target is Hillary Clinton — the Democrat vanquished in a presidential contest held nearly nine months ago ...

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The Hill (blog)

Why 'Lying Donald' Trump can't stop slandering Hillary Clinton ...
The Hill (blog)
In his seventh month as president, Donald Trump · Donald TrumpSanders: Scaramucci let his passion get the best of him OPINION | Michael Steele: Yes, GOP ...

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Washington Post

Trump can't stop talking about Hillary Clinton
Washington Post
July 24, 2017 9:26 PM EDT - Donald Trump won the presidential election. Yet, since Trump Nov. 8, he's tweeted about Democratic rival Hillary Clinton dozens of times. (Victoria Walker / The Washington Post) ...


Los Angeles Times

Trump accuses Jeff Sessions of taking a 'very weak' position on 'Hillary Clinton crimes'
Los Angeles Times
President Trump is keeping up pressure on Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions, taking to Twitter at daybreak Tuesday to accuse the former senator and campaign ally and advisor of taking a "VERY weak" position at the Justice Department on "Hillary Clinton crimes.".
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Romper

The Trans Ban Proves Once & For All That Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump Were Not "The Same"
Romper
So you didn't want former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for president. You didn't want Trump, either, but you have too much dignity to vote for the lesser of two evils. So you stayed home, or maybe you wrote in Bernie's name, just to stick it to ...


MSNBC

Trump still wants a federal investigation into Hillary Clinton
MSNBC
Since taking office six months ago, Donald Trump has periodically called for assorted investigations, though in nearly every instance, the president seemed to more or less blurt out the idea without any real thought or planning. Trump has, for example ...
Obamacare Repeal Moves Ahead With Key Senate VoteHuffPost

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