NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Not even a year after he canceled an appearance at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference amid Republican unease about his presence, Donald Trump, now president, was greeted Friday by loud cheers and a standing ovation.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Not even a year after he canceled an appearance at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference amid Republican unease about his presence, Donald Trump, now president, was greeted Friday by loud cheers and a standing ovation.
Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election has dominated the news for months, and how Americans view the country largely rests on which candidate they voted for, a new Morning Consult/POLITICO survey finds.
Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election has dominated the news for months, and how Americans view the country largely rests on which candidate they voted for, a new Morning Consult/POLITICO survey finds.
Much of the conversation among Washington's chattering political class has focused on the crowded race to replace Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz as the leader of the Democratic National Committee after the party's disappointing 2016.
Much of the conversation among Washington's chattering political class has focused on the crowded race to replace Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz as the leader of the Democratic National Committee after the party's disappointing 2016.
House Democrats on Wednesday night elected five regional vice chairmen for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the group told Morning Consult, part of leadership's effort to engender more collaboration between the rank and file and the caucus' campaign arm.
House Democrats on Wednesday night elected five regional vice chairmen for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the group told Morning Consult, part of leadership's effort to engender more collaboration between the rank and file and the caucus' campaign arm.
President Donald Trump has insisted, without evidence, that the 2016 election was rife with illegal voting that prevented him from winning the popular vote. But a new survey finds that among Americans who believe there was fraud, Trump is seen as the likely beneficiary of those votes.
President Donald Trump has insisted, without evidence, that the 2016 election was rife with illegal voting that prevented him from winning the popular vote. But a new survey finds that among Americans who believe there was fraud, Trump is seen as the likely beneficiary of those votes.
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