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Washington Post

The great dealmaker? Lawmakers find Trump to be an untrustworthy negotiator.
Washington Post
President Trump campaigned as one of the world's greatest dealmakers, but after nine months of struggling to broker agreements, lawmakers in both parties increasingly consider him an untrustworthy, chronically inconsistent and easily distracted ...
Trump: 'There will be no change to your 401(k)'Politico
Trump urges House GOP to move quickly on budget, tax cutsCNBC
Trump promises tax reform won't impact 401(k) plansCNNMoney
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CNN

Why Trump's Korean war talk should be taken seriously
CNN
North Korea's ballistic missile launches and nuclear test this year mean that Trump will be the President who faces the dilemma that his predecessors have long dreaded -- what to do about an unpredictable dictator, with the power to hit the US mainland ...
Jimmy Carter: The media has been harder on Trump than predecessorsUSA TODAY
Jimmy Carter Lusts for a Trump PostingNew York Times

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BBC News

Widow of fallen soldier hits out at Trump
BBC News
The widow of a fallen US soldier says President Trump couldn't remember her husband's name during a controversial phone call. Myeshia Johnson, widow of Sgt La David Johnson, told ABC News the president's "stumbling" had "hurt her the most". ".
Gold Star widow Myeshia Johnson has 'nothing to say' to Trump after controversial condolence callWashington Post
Fallen soldier's widow 'very angry' about Trump's call, says he 'couldn't remember' husband's nameABC News
Myeshia Johnson, Soldier's Widow, Says Trump Couldn't Remember Husband's NameNBCNews.com
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NPR

After Controversy Over Condolence Calls, Can Trump And The White House Refocus?
NPR
Just go listen to NPR's Embedded podcast and a recent episode about Trump's fight with Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., over things as petty as a flagpole at his golf course, putting hedges in front of houses he thought were ugly and the name of a road.
Scoop: Trump enlists family, Cabinet, Congress in opioid responseAxios

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Washington Post

McCain hits Trump where it hurts, attacking 'bone spur' deferments in Vietnam
Washington Post
After a week in which President Trump endured not-so-veiled criticisms from his two predecessors as president and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), McCain delivered another broadside that seems clearly aimed at Trump — in the most personal terms yet. McCain ...
McCain appears to mock Trump's draft defermentsCNN
McCain blasts Vietnam War 'bone spur' deferments in apparent swipe at TrumpABC News
John McCain took an indirect shot at Trump for his famous deferment during the Vietnam WarBusiness Insider
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Politico

Why Trump toned down his Russia tweets
Politico
That's partly due to the intervention of White House lawyer Ty Cobb, who since joining the administration two and a half months ago has impressed upon Trump the risks of using such loaded language when it comes to Mueller, according to a White House ...

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Washington Post

What Trump did to Kelly shows how far we have fallen
Washington Post
For all the talk about Trump being something other than a Republican, he always falls back on the party's old ideas because he has none of his own beyond promising to build a big wall, stop NFL players from kneeling during the national anthem and fix ...
Politics shoved aside as 5 former US presidents unite for hurricane relief concertABC News
Trump video played at hurricane relief concertReuters

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Reuters

US judge to review Trump healthcare payments cut
Reuters
FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump smiles after signing an Executive Order to make it easier for Americans to buy bare-bone health insurance plans and circumvent Obamacare rules at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 12, 2017.

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Washington Post

Blues brothers Don Jr. and Eric Trump gamble on Mississippi tourism
Washington Post
President Trump's hotel company, the New York-based managers of luxury properties and golf courses around the globe, seems an unlikely presence in this struggling stretch of the Delta, where new businesses are hard to recruit and black residents are ...

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Politico

Graham and Trump become buds after campaign of insults
Politico
Once upon a time, Lindsey Graham called Donald Trump a "jackass." Never to be outdone in the put-down department, Trump labeled the South Carolina senator a "lightweight" and an "idiot" who “seems to me not as bright as Rick Perry.” Two years after ...

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