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As the former attorney general of California, Harris declined to probe the nutritional supplement company.
The New York Democrat showed her political muscle during a House hearing recess.
He received more money in that time period than any other Democratic presidential candidate who has disclosed fundraising figures.
A balanced, inclusive approach to the conflict recognizes the shared desire for security and freedom of both peoples, the Minnesota Democrat wrote.
Charity was "little more than a checkbook" for Trump's business and campaign, according to the AG's office.
Even fellow Republicans criticized the GOP for the message.
The Meet the Press host appeared to blame America's divisiveness on the last president.
Leaked chat logs revealed active military servicemen with ties to the extremist group Identity Evropa.
The president tweeted a similar rant back in December.
Man, I hope I didn't say that," the 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful said of his controversial comments to Vanity Fair.
Iowans shrug off his lack of policy details as the Texan tries to translate his style to the national stage.
As a white man who has had privileges that others could not depend on ...
Stop working sooooo hard on being politically correct," the president tweeted after the network didn't air Pirro's Saturday show.
The judge's ruling came hours after the controversial bill was signed into law by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.
The presidential counselor's message was addressed to the media.
The president mocked the late GOP senator's grades at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Trump faces criticism for not directly denouncing anti-Muslim bigotry. But he did on Sunday defend Fox News' Jeanine Pirro.
I have the most progressive record of anybody running," the former vice president said before quickly correcting himself.
The senator is officially running for president, two months after announcing that she had formed an exploratory committee.
Bullets were "dipped in pig's blood," he recounted in horror tale, one of many past comments coming under increasing scrutiny in the wake of Christchurch attack.