The Point: Donald Trump doesn't understand he's the president for ALL of America

The Point: Donald Trump doesn't understand he's the president for ALL of AmericaAt a press conference on Wednesday night, President Donald Trump made abundantly clear how he views the country he was elected to lead: Through purely partisan goggles.

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Clyburn says Barr's remark comparing lockdowns to slavery is 'the most ridiculous, tone-deaf, God-awful thing I've ever heard'

Clyburn says Barr's remark comparing lockdowns to slavery is 'the most ridiculous, tone-deaf, God-awful thing I've ever heard'House Majority Whip James Clyburn on Thursday slammed Attorney General William Barr for comparing coronavirus lockdowns in the US to slavery, saying the comments are "the most ridiculous, tone-deaf, God-awful thing I've ever heard."

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Acting Homeland Secretary Chad Wolf defies subpoena and skips House hearing

Acting Homeland Secretary Chad Wolf defies subpoena and skips House hearingActing Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf was a no-show Thursday morning at a House hearing on threats to the US homeland after a feud between the department and the committee over scheduling.

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Trump's former spy chief is calling on Congress to create an election oversight commission

Trump's former spy chief is calling on Congress to create an election oversight commissionPresident Donald Trump's former director of national intelligence called on Congress to create a commission to "oversee the election," an especially notable proposal from a former senior administration official that comes as the President continues to sow doubt about the integrity of the upcoming contest.

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Democrats scramble to soothe voter fears about in-person voting ahead of November election

Democrats scramble to soothe voter fears about in-person voting ahead of November electionAfter months of warnings about the risks posed by in-person voting in a push to expand access to mail-in ballots, Democrats across the country are increasingly focused on communicating to voters that it is safe to cast their ballots in a voting booth.

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