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Outside groups, who are viewing the race as a referendum on Trump's young presidency and a hint of what could be coming in the 2018 midterms, have pumped millions into building their own narratives about Handel and Ossoff through a barrage of attack ads.
  • Comey calls it 'significant' that Trump wanted private Oval Office meeting

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    Trump has not yet publicly denied the specifics of Comey's accounts but has broadly challenged his credibility, tweeting in May "Comey better hope there are no "tapes" of the conversations. All the commercial broadcast networks covered it live , joining cable news networks and a flurry of online outlets, while some Washington bars opened early so patrons could watch.
  • Auto in Derek Fisher accident was reportedly registered to Matt Barnes

    Auto in Derek Fisher accident was reportedly registered to Matt Barnes

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    Fisher was driving with his girlfriend, Gloria Govan , when he rolled over in a 2015 Cadillac Escalade. Fisher was arrested when he crashed the auto just after 3 a.m. He got in his vehicle and went to the house and went after Fisher". He retired after the 2013-14 season while Barnes is now one win away from his first National Basketball Association championship, as his Warriors hold a commanding 3-0 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Finals.
  • James Comey's testimony to put uncomfortable spotlight on Trump

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    While it's true that many Democrats took issue with Comey's handling of the Clinton email case - handling which Trump applauded during the campaign - the RNC ignores the fact that whatever issues Democrats had with Comey were superseded by the fact he was overseeing an active investigation into Trump's campaign at the time Trump fired him.
  • Scooter ends HR spree, but Reds rally to beat Cardinals 6-4

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    It really is", Gennett told Fox Sports Ohio. Gennett became the 17th player to go deep four times in one game - and perhaps the least likely. In the past, players have ranged from Josh Hamilton to Gil Hodges to Lou Gehrig , all being a part of an exclusive group of players that have hit four home runs in a game.
  • Kellyanne Conway's husband says Trump tweets hurting legal case

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    Just 10 days into the Oval Office and the US President signed an executive order placing a travel ban into America for citizens from seven countries. George Washington University law professor Orin Kerr, a former Justice Department prosecutor who was appeared before the Supreme Court, said the tweets make it harder for Trump's lawyers now to argue ― as other White House officials have tried ― that the "travel ban" wasn't really a "travel ban".
  • Despite Reports, Sean Spicer Remains White House Press Secretary

    Despite Reports, Sean Spicer Remains White House Press Secretary

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    Nonetheless, Lewandowski, who led the small team that steered Trump's primary victory, has the trust of the president - an advantage that many of Trump's aides lack. Yet, according to several media outlets, Mr. Trump wasn't happy with the way his communications team has managed the administration's allegedly ties with the Russian government.
  • UNSC expands sanctions on North Korea

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    North Korea Sunday rejected the latest sanctions resolution adopted by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) over the North's several ballistic missile tests, pledging to continue on with its nuclear development. Russia , who historically is often a deciding factor in security council votes, condemned DPRK behavior, but not without voicing continued disapproval of U.S.
  • Trump Meeting With 'Obamacare Victims' in Ohio

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    He says that's why he's pushing a plan to pay for infrastructure improvements with $200 billion in tax breaks that he hopes will leverage $1 trillion worth of construction over time. The AHCA, however, faces a challenge in the Senate after narrowly passing the House last month. "I met with communities that were desperate for new roads and new bridges", Trump said.
  • Comey tells Senators 'Lordy, I hope there are tapes' of Trump meetings

    Comey tells Senators 'Lordy, I hope there are tapes' of Trump meetings

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    Today, the former FBI director who ran afoul of President Trump appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee in its ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Trump in such detailed memos. "The president feels completely and totally vindicated". Jim Risch asked of Comey, "He (the president) did not direct you to let it go?" "I don't think it's for me to say whether the conversation I had with the president was an effort to obstruct".
  • Trump's approval rating has fallen to a record low

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    But, in a small bit of good news, it's still not as bad as the worst-ever rating for former President George W. Bush, the last Republican president. The new Quinnipiac University poll finds Trump has a job approval rating of 34 percent, compared to 57 percent who disapprove of the way the president is handling his job.