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  • Luttig: Trump, allies are ‘clear and present danger to American democracy’

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  • Witnesses describe ‘heated’ phone call between Trump, Pence on Jan. 6

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  • Trump criticizes Barr as 'weak and frightened' in response to Jan. 6 hearing

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  • Donald Trump, adult children agree to testify in civil investigation

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  • Trump, Ivanka and Don Jr. to testify on July 15 for New York civil investigation

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  • Advisers encourage Trump to announce 2024 presidential bid as early as summer

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  • How the Jan. 6 hearings will shape the DOJ’s investigation

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  • Jan. 6 hearings to reveal who funded the insurrection

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  • Peter Navarro indicted on contempt of Congress charges

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  • Trump calls for more school security, change to mental health approach during NRA speech

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  • New York court rules Trump must testify in civil investigation

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  • Trump and Pence clash over Georgia Primary endorsements

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  • Doug Mastriano support rises after Trump endorsement for Pennsylvania governor

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  • Elon Musk: Banning Trump from Twitter was 'morally wrong' and 'stupid'

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  • 'The truth does not benefit Donald': Michael Cohen testifies in lawsuit against Trump

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  • Trump-backed JD Vance is projected winner of Ohio senate primary

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Trump likes Taylor Swift’s music ’25 percent less’ after supporting Dems

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President Trump told reporters on Monday that he likes Taylor Swift’s music ’25 percent less’ now, after the Grammy winner posted on social media supporting Democrats in the midterm elections. Swift broke her political silence by coming out to support Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen over Republican Marsha Blackburn.