Calmes: I watched a Trump rally so you don’t have to. But you need to know what he’s saying

Donald Trump famously benefited from billions in free media in his 2016 campaign — way too much, as some in the business later conceded. Back then he was a ratings…

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Opinion: No, Donald Trump does not equal Alexei Navalny

Alexei Navalny didn’t simply die. He wasn’t just murdered. He was tortured to death. It didn’t happen on the rack or mid-beating, but Vladimir Putin — who had tried to…

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Column: U.S. out of NATO? In second term, Trump more likely to try

WASHINGTON —  Former President Trump hasn’t officially won the Republican presidential nomination yet. But he’s already throwing his weight around on foreign policy — and Republicans in Congress are falling in…

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Trump $354 million fraud verdict includes New York business ban for 3 years. Here’s what to know.

A judge’s ruling on Friday in Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial deals a severe blow to the former president, who is now barred from running the New York-based company that for decades…

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Why Trump faces real accountability in New York fraud verdict

Over the course of an 11-week fraud trial before New York Justice Arthur Engoron, Donald Trump practically begged for a harsh verdict. On Friday, he got his wish and then…

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Judge orders Trump and his company to pay $354 million in New York civil fraud case

Former President Donald Trump and the Trump Organization must pay $354 million in fines, a judge ruled Friday, issuing his long-awaited judgment in the state’s civil fraud case. The decision…

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Trump remark encouraging Russian invasion of NATO allies draws swift rebuke – Orange County Register

Assertions by former President Donald Trump that he would encourage Russian attacks against NATO member states that didn’t “pay” were met with swift rebuke from both sides of the aisle…

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5 ways Supreme Court could rule for Trump on 14th Amendment

WASHINGTON —  Now that the Supreme Court has heard arguments in the case of President Trump and the 14th Amendment, it seems clear which side will win. The big question is…

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Donald Trump Trials: What happened in January

WASHINGTON —  Former President Trump faces four felony criminal trials and several civil trials over the next few months as he’s running for re-election. Having trouble keeping up? Here are the…

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Disqualify Trump? The Supreme Court faces a monumental riddle

The magnitude of the Supreme Court’s coming decision on whether Donald Trump should be disqualified from the presidential ballot can be measured in pounds — namely, the weight of the…

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Nikki Haley’s best — and perhaps last — chance to beat Trump

ROCHESTER, N.H. —  With a frigid and anticlimactic Iowa caucus night behind them, the Republican presidential field moved Tuesday to New Hampshire, where Nikki Haley has her best — and perhaps…

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Trump wins Iowa caucuses in crucial victory at the outset of the Republican presidential campaign – Orange County Register

By STEVE PEOPLES, THOMAS BEAUMONT and HANNAH FINGERHUT | Associated Press DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Donald Trump won the Iowa caucuses Monday, a crucial victory at the outset of…

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Trump makes closing argument on final day of New York fraud trial, disregarding judge’s restrictions

Former President Donald Trump disregarded restrictions imposed by the judge overseeing his civil fraud trial in New York and addressed the court during closing arguments on Thursday, raging against the…

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6 flawed ways the Supreme Court could keep Trump on the ballot

I recently surmised that in considering former President Trump’s eligibility to run for office under the 14th Amendment, the U.S. Supreme Court will seek a national solution that applies to…

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