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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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Newsweek

Donald Trump's past statements about LGBT rights
ABC News
He mentioned how his policies would help the LGBT community, connecting their protections to the fight against ISIS and terrorism, arguing that he would be more forceful on the issue than his opponent Hillary Clinton. "Thank you to the LGBT community!
Twitter Reminds Donald Trump of His False Promises to LGBT CommunityNewsweek
Trump's 'LGBT rights' promises were tied to war on 'radical Islam'Washington Post
That Time Trump Vowed to Be Better on LGBT Rights Than Hillary Clinton (1 Year Ago)TheWrap
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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.".
Obamacare Repeal Moves Ahead With Key Senate VoteHuffPost

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TIME

President Trump Says Son 'Openly' Shared His Emails While Hillary Clinton 'Acid Washed' Hers
TIME
(WASHINGTON) — Hours before he was to help commission a new aircraft carrier at a patriotic ceremony on the Virginia coast, President Donald Trump fired off a volley of early morning tweets that again showed how furious he remains over multiple ...
Donald Trump Returns to Familiar Rhetoric By Slamming Hillary Clinton in Attempt to Distract From Russia ProbeNewsweek
Trump defends Donald Trump Jr. while attacking Hillary ClintonAOL
Trump commends Donald Trump Jr. for handing over emails 'whereas Hillary Clinton deleted' themWashington Examiner
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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 ...

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Fox News

Mueller probe: Meet the lawyers who gave $$ to Hillary, now investigating team Trump
Fox News
Of the 15 attorneys currently on staff for Mueller, at least seven have donated to Democratic candidates and campaigns, including Trump's 2016 rival Hillary Clinton. The rest have not made political donations, according to federal records; and none of ...
Mueller Expands Probe to Trump Business TransactionsBloomberg
Trump Says He Has 'Complete Power' to PardonNew York Times
Trump Aides, Seeking Leverage, Investigate Mueller's InvestigatorsNew York Times
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CNBC

Trump lashes out at media, Russia investigation and Hillary Clinton in early morning tweetstorm
CNBC
President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to complain about the special counsel investigating possible ties between his 2016 campaign and Russia while insisting that he, as president, has "complete power to pardon." Trump, who defeated ...

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