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GOP senator says it’s ‘unfortunate’ the extent to which some Republicans defer to Trump

Sen. Kevin Cramer of North Dakota is frustrated that so many of his GOP colleagues appear to defer their views

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Independents helped Trump win New Hampshire in 2016, but they could power a Haley win in 2024

When Donald Trump first ran for the presidency in 2016, he heavily played up his status as a political outsider,

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E. Jean Carroll trial delayed for a second time, postponing expected Trump testimony

Testimony in E. Jean Carroll's ongoing defamation trial against Donald Trump was postponed for the second day in a row,

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Joe Biden wins primary election in New Hampshire despite not even being on the ballot

President Joe Biden won the Democratic primary in New Hampshire on Tuesday night despite not even appearing on the ballot.

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Donald Trump is furious, absolutely furious, that Nikki Haley is using the New Hampshire strategy that Trump used in 2016

In 2016, Donald Trump won the New Hampshire Republican Party primary on the strength of his support from both Republican

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Nikki Haley’s bold outlook on the presidential race: ‘The first party to retire its 80-year-old candidate is going to be the one who wins this election’

After outlets called the New Hampshire Republican primary in favour of former President Donald Trump, fellow candidate and former South Carolina Gov.

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Trump’s legal losing streak continues — a British judge tossed out his lawsuit over the infamous Russia dossier

Donald Trump's legal troubles are getting worse. A judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit by Trump that accused a former British

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Chuck Schumer touts bipartisan relationship with McConnell: ‘I got 99 problems but Mitch ain’t one’

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer made a Jay-Z reference when speaking about his bipartisan relationship with Senate Minority Leader Mitch

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‘He’s a non-entity’: House Democrats no longer see Dean Phillips as a threat — just a joke

When Rep. Dean Phillips first began making noise about launching a quixotic presidential campaign, the mood among House Democrats might have best

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Embattled New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez raised less than $16,000 after getting indicted and found with gold bars in his home

Sen. Bob Menendez's reelection campaign is in trouble after he failed to raise even $16,000 after he was indicted and alleged to

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