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    Republicans Held an Impeachment Hearing and It Turned Into a Clown ShowIt started with star witnesses opposing Biden’s removal, and it got worse from there.
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    With Trump’s 2024 Rivals Out, Who’s Left on His Veep List?He’s reportedly looking for a woman who’s intensely loyal to the MAGA cause. This leaves some unsettling possibilities.
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    Christie Will Not Stop Trying to Make ‘Donald Duck’ HappenTrump quickly brushed off the weak debate jab. But Christie is still pushing the nickname and asserting, laughably, “I live in his head.”
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    Trump Is Right: Republicans Should Cancel the Next DebateGrade-school squabbles like the one we saw in Simi Valley should give way to more limited debates or none at all.
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    Kari Lake vs. Kyrsten Sinema Is Already 2024’s Wildest Senate RaceThe Donald Trump acolyte confirmed she’ll take on the incumbent independent senator, setting up a high-stakes three-way Senate race in Arizona.
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    Who Won (and Lost) the Second Republican DebateIt was a good night for slick con men and a bad one for everybody else.
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    Republican Debate: 33 Things You MissedAmid a cacophony of interruptions, the fracas featured Mike Pence’s sex life, DeSantis vs. Trump, Vivek’s hair, Haley’s haymakers, and war on TikTok.
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    The Republican Primary Is Worth Covering Even If Trump Is Crushing ItDefenders of democracy against Trump should give voters a chance to weigh in before declaring the race already over.
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    Biden’s UAW Rally Exposes the Bankruptcy of Trump’s PopulismBiden walking the picket line while Trump addresses a nonunion auto plant perfectly illustrates their parties’ distinct approaches to labor issues.
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    Democrats Are Winning 2023’s Special Elections, But What Does It Mean for 2024?The president’s dismal polling has led some to look for a different set of clues to next year’s election.
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    What Each Republican Needs to Do in the Second DebateTrump’s again somewhere else, which means the seven debaters are battling for a long shot at an upset.
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    Second Republican Debate: Who’s In, Who’s Out, Who’s BoycottingSix of the eight Milwaukee debaters will return, but two are on the fence. Once again, Trump plans to skip the debate and offer counterprogramming.
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    All of Ron DeSantis’s Crimes Against Good EtiquetteA list of alleged slights and rude behavior that may hamper DeSantis 2024, from sloppy pudding eating to (possibly) kicking Tucker Carlson’s dog.
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    The Issue That’s a Bigger Problem for Biden Than His AgeRecent polls show a lot of voters look back on the Trump years as a time of relative prosperity and aren’t sold on Bidenomics.
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    Trump Has a Real Problem With Wounded VetsGeneral Mark Milley is but the latest to allege that Trump, as president, wanted injured service members hidden from view.
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    Is the Doomed Biden Talk Just Talk?Kara Swisher talks with Franklin Foer, Jen Psaki, Astead Herndon, and Alex Thompson about all the angst over the president’s recent troubles.
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    So What Is Rudy Giuliani Up to These Days?Trump’s former attorney has been keeping busy by making weird videos, fighting with civilians, and battling a staggering number of legal cases.
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    Democrats Set High Price for Helping McCarthy Avoid a ShutdownMcCarthy may need Democrat votes to avert a shutdown and save his Speakership. But getting them will mean abandoning the Biden impeachment inquiry.
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    The Language of Abortion Politics Is Evolving AgainA major abortion-rights group now pursues “reproductive freedom for all,” while Ohio Republicans insist on calling a fetus an unborn child.
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    Trump Is Secretly Worried About His Prison JumpsuitThough he’s insisted he doesn’t “even think about” the prospect of prison time, he’s reportedly panicking Tom Wambsgans–style in private.
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    Iowa-Obsessed DeSantis Is Tanking in Other Early StatesNew polls from New Hampshire and South Carolina offer bad news for the one-time powerhouse.
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    Shutdown Nears As Trump Tells House GOP to Defund the GovernmentEverything Kevin McCarthy does to placate right-wing hard-liners makes a deal even harder. Trump’s advice isn’t helping.
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    Cassidy Hutchinson Says Rudy Giuliani Groped Her During January 6 RallyGiuliani called the claims in the former Trump aide’s new book “totally absurd” and threatened to sue, but his finances may not allow it.
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    Trump Isn’t Moderating on Abortion, He’s Just Shifting TacticsBy criticizing six-week state limits, Trump is acknowledging that abortion bans are unpopular and returning to incrementalism on the issue.
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    Could the House and Senate Flip in 2024? The Odds Look GoodDemocrats and Republicans switching control in the same election has never happened before, and it could mean renewed gridlock in Washington.
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    3 Economic Risks That Could Decide the 2024 RaceBiden’s reelection may hinge on the trajectory of oil prices.
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    Melania Does ‘Give a F**k’ About Selling Christmas OrnamentsShe’s hawking another collection of golden Christmas ornaments with corresponding NFTs despite her notoriously awkward history with the holiday.
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    Tim Scott Thinks Striking Autoworkers Should All Be FiredMany Republicans, including Donald Trump, are expressing at least token sympathy for the United Auto Workers. But Scott wants Reagan-style firings.
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    Trump Claims His Truth Social ‘Intervention’ Saved Ken PaxtonLocal politics, not social-media posts, shaped the fight over the Texas AG’s impeachment and trial. Trump took credit for the acquittal anyway.
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    What the Polls Say Today: Trump’s Rivals Need a New Strategy, FastAfter a string of supposedly fatal campaign missteps, Trump’s polling stronger than ever. His rivals need to realize he’s not going to self-destruct.
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    3 Lessons From the First History of Biden’s PresidencyTo pass an ambitious progressive agenda, move fast and stroke egos.
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    Will Wisconsin Republicans Pull Off the Ultimate Power Grab?State Democratic Party chairman Ben Wikler on the GOP’s efforts to impeach a state Supreme Court justice and undo an election.
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    Trump Used Classified Documents As Scrap PaperA former assistant reportedly told federal investigators that Trump wrote to-do lists on them when he was president.
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    Trump Warns ‘Cognitively Impaired’ Biden May Cause ‘World War II’Days after a gaffe-filled speech in D.C., Trump continued attacking Biden’s flubs and reiterated his call for candidates to undergo cognitive tests.
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    We Could Be Headed for a Record-Breaking Government ShutdownWith the September 30 deadline approaching, House Republicans are hopelessly divided and Kevin McCarthy is struggling to find a way forward.
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    U.S. Senators Can Now Vote in SweatpantsMajority Leader Chuck Schumer is reportedly ridding the upper chamber of its dress code, but only for senators.
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    Do Liberals Think the Supreme Court Will Save Us From Trump?Because that would have to happen to disqualify him from running under the 14th Amendment.
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    Donald Trump Reveals He and Melania ‘Actually Get Along’Contrary to what Trump’s GOP rivals are saying, his wife of 18 years likes him, and he doesn’t care if she doesn’t show it.
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    Mitt Romney’s Most Delightfully Awkward MomentsA salute to the retiring Utah senator, who was never afraid to share his passion for hot dogs, ironing himself, and trees that are the “right height.”
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    Mitt Romney Is Retiring, Says Fellow Old Folks Biden and Trump Should TooThe GOP senator and hot-dog enthusiast said he would be in his mid-80s at the end of a second term and it’s “time for a new generation of leaders.”
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    Trump Defends Mental Acuity in Incoherent Truth Social PostsFiguring out what the heck he’s talking about is its own mental-fitness test.
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    The Case for Biden to Drop Kamala HarrisAn 80-year-old president probably shouldn’t have an exceptionally unpopular heir apparent.
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    Does Tim Scott’s Girlfriend Actually Exist? Maybe!The Washington Post conducted an in-depth investigation and spoke with the 2024 candidate about his new love, yet the results were inconclusive.
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    ‘Where’s Melania?’ Banner Is a Low-Energy Trump TauntThe only shocking thing about the attack on Trump at the Iowa college-football game is that one of his rivals thought it would humiliate him.
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    Americans Really Don’t Like Joe Biden Right NowA series of new polls suggests big problems for the president, with likely voters concerned about his age.
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    McConnell Can’t Fully Quash Health Concerns, Even Among Senate RepublicansThe Capitol Hill doctor cleared McConnell after he froze for a second time, but a few Senate Republicans openly doubted his rosy health assessment.
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    Sidelined and Self-Sabotaged: What The Last Politician Says About Kamala HarrisFranklin Foer’s deep dive on the Biden administration offers new details about the vice-president’s difficulties racking up accomplishments.
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    If Mitch McConnell Goes, the Senate Could Get Very ScaryWithout the majority leader, MAGA madness could overtake both chambers of Congress.
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    Can Burgum Buy His Way Onto a Second Debate Stage?It’s one thing to give out gift cards to secure donors. It’s another to triple your national poll numbers, which Burgum’s super-PAC is trying to do.
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    A Blake Masters–Kari Lake MAGA War Is Brewing in ArizonaTrump ultras Blake Masters and Kari Lake both lost as Arizona ticket-mates in 2022. Next year they could be rivals for Kyrsten Sinema’s Senate seat.
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