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There’s only one candidate for Democrats in Puerto Rico | TheHill

Of the remaining contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination, Mike Bloomberg is the only one who openly favors statehood for Puerto Rico. Bernie SandersBernie SandersDNC warns campaigns about cybersecurity after attempted scam Overnight Health Care — Presented by American Health Care Association — Trump taps Pence to lead coronavirus response …

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Opinion | Why President Trump Can’t Pardon Roger Stone

But the framers knew not to place blind trust in the president to wield the power justly. That’s why they explicitly forbade a president from exercising the pardon power in “cases of impeachment. ” The clause prevents the worst abuse of the pardon power: a president’s protecting cronies who have …

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Pentagon policy chief’s firing was part of White House purge

Rood had warned against Trump’s hold on military aid to Ukraine, which prompted the impeachment inquiry. But long before the scandal, sources say Rood clashed with NSC officials, particularly former national security adviser John Bolton and his core advisers Victoria Coates and Charles Kupperman. Rood’s office declined to comment. Before …

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The Trouble with Donald Trump’s Clemencies and Pardons

Authoritarianism is usually associated with a punitive spirit—a leader who prosecutes and incarcerates his enemies. But there is another side to this leadership style. Authoritarians also dispense largesse, but they do it by their own whims, rather than pursuant to any system or legal rule. The point of authoritarianism is …

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Key Senator Says Richard Grenell “May Have Misled Congress”

Following a 2017 Senate hearing on Richard Grenell’s nomination to be ambassador to Germany, Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.), submitted some quite specific written questions to the nominee. “I understand that you have written many articles and op- over the past eight years on foreign policy issues, including with respect to …

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Two longstanding abortion-related measures fail in the US Senate

WASHINGTON – Two longstanding abortion measures failed to advance on the Senate floor Tuesday after being introduced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Although he has been previously against “show votes” on measures that have little chance of passing, McConnell made his colleagues vote on the bills related to abortion, a divisive issue that …

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