President Trump names Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster
as his National Security Advisor
Vice President Pence addresses NATO, saying everyone must pay their fair share and commit to fighting Islamic extremism
Sen. McCain goes to Europe to criticize Trump, saying that his tweet about the media resembles the beginning of a dictatorship.
Police raid the offices of French Presidential candidate
Marine Le Pen over "fake jobs" EU investigation
Police value the stolen Tom Brady jersey at $500K,
still missing after more than two weeks.
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While unemployment and the economy worsens, [Trump] could have undermined the messaging so much that he can actually control exactly what people think. And that is--that is our job.

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That's how dictators get started...by oppressing a free press.

- Sen. John McCain on Trump calling the press the enemy of the American people

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Back in the 1930s, you could walk into a press box and find not just a social justice warrior but an actual communist. His name was Lester Rodney, and he wrote sports for the party newspaper, The Daily Worker. Rodney's politics made his life complicated. Writers at "respectable" outlets like The New York Times would hardly speak to him. But his moral clarity was keener than just about anybody's.

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As I look at what we might've expected from a President Mitt Romney, Marco Rubio, or Jeb Bush at the beginning of their tenures in office, I can't see much difference between what President Trump is doing and what they would've done.

- Sen. Mitch McConnell

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