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Jared Kushner denies colluding with Russia, says Trump ran 'smarter campaign'

ABCNews.com (WASHINGTON) -- Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, is expected to deny that he colluded with Russia during the presidential campaign in ...

Congressional Democrats to roll out economic agenda

ABCNews.com (WASHINGTON) -- Sen. Chuck Schumer and other Democratic congressional leaders are launching a revamped messaging campaign Monday as part of the party's new appeal to voters before the ...

Trump calls Jeff Sessions 'beleaguered AG' in tweet

ABCNews.com (WASHINGTON) --  President Trump Monday morning called Attorney General Jeff Sessions "beleaguered" following his public criticism of Sessions in a recent interview with The New York Times."After 1 ...

Jared Kushner set for closed-door interview with Senate Intelligence Committee

ABCNews.com (WASHINGTON) -- Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, is expected on Capitol Hill Monday for a closed-door interview with the Senate Intelligence Committee.The ...

Trump spokeswoman dismisses ‘Russia fever’ as attempt to take away legitimacy of his victory

ABCNews.com (WASHINGTON) -- The president’s new press secretary dismissed the media’s focus on the Russia investigation, what she called “Russia fever,” as an attempt to delegitimize Trump’s election victory.“There's ...

Trump lawyer says it's an open question whether president could pardon himself

ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- Jay Sekulow, a member of President Trump’s legal team, said it’s an open question whether the president has the authority to pardon himself.Sekulow was responding ...

Donald Trump Jr. adds DC-based attorney to legal team

Rick Wilking-Pool/Getty Images (NEW YORK) -- Donald Trump Jr.'s legal team is expanding its operation, bringing on D.C.-based attorney and longtime regulatory lawyer Karina Lynch, his team told ABC ...

Democrats open to single-payer health insurance, a party leader says

ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- The Democratic Party will consider proposing a single-payer health insurance system, Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York said.“We’re going to look at broader things [for ...

Trump Jr., Manafort agree to cooperate with Senate panel and won't attend Wednesday hearing, Grassley says

Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) -- Donald Trump Jr. and Paul Manafort have both agreed to negotiate with the Senate Judiciary Committee to provide documents "and be interviewed... ...

New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci 'deleting old tweets'

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) -- Anthony Scaramucci, the newest member of the Trump administration, took to Twitter Saturday to say he’s deleting some old tweets that “shouldn’t be a ...

In Twitter tirade, Trump blasts 'leak' on Sessions and notes presidential power to pardon

Olivier Douliery/Pool/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) -- President Trump, in a long tweetstorm on Saturday morning, slammed what he called "a new intelligence leak" against Attorney General Jeff Sessions, an apparent ...

In midst of Russia probe, NSA chief vows: 'I will not violate' my oath to Americans

Zach Gibson/Getty Images (ASPEN, Colo.) -- In unusually passionate and stark terms, the head of the nation’s top spy agency made clear on Saturday in Colorado that he will ...

Politicians, celebrities react to Sean Spicer’s resignation

Mark Wilson/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) -- Sean Spicer resigned as White House press secretary on Friday, and members of the Trump administration, lawmakers, celebrities and Spicer himself quickly took to ...

Notable moments from Sean Spicer's tenure as press secretary

Win McNamee/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) -- White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned Friday after six months on the job as President Trump's spokesman, during which he became one of ...

Jeff Sessions has no plans to resign amid reports of campaign conversations with Russia, source says

ABCNews.com (WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions has no plans to resign after a report emerged that he engaged in campaign and policy-related conversations with Russia during the 2016 ...

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