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Resist a Lure of Theological Politics

Alex Wagner: The church of Trump The doubt that both Sullivan and Wood are seeking is how we competence make politics some-more boring, after a distance of near-constant fad famous as Trump. Sullivan wants a lapse to a Christian informative ...

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Trudeau Says Politics Won’t Factor Into Huawei 5G Decision

Canada’s preference on either to concede Huawei Technologies Co. entrance to a next-generation wireless network won’t be a domestic one, Justin Trudeau said. The primary minister’s comments, done Wednesday during a year-end news discussion in Ottawa, come amid heightened tensions ...

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On Politics: Trump Orders All Troops Out of Syria

• The Trump administration intends to lift sanctions opposite a business sovereignty of Oleg V. Deripaska, one of Russia’s many successful oligarchs. The sanctions were imposed in plea for Russian division in a 2016 election. • For a second time, ...

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A Power Grab? Politics as Usual? Michigan’s Governor Will Decide

Mr. Snyder has not sloping his palm on his views of legislation that would quell his successors’ power. “People should not design that I’m only going to pointer things or I’m only going to halt things,” he pronounced during an ...

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On Politics: Republicans in Congress Have a Shutdown Problem

• Turkey’s unfamiliar apportion pronounced that Mr. Trump told President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that a United States was “working on” extraditing Fethullah Gulen, a Muslim eremite personality wanted on charges that he instigated a unsuccessful coup. Read a story. • ...

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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Kyl Switch

Snapshot What We’re Reading A New Kind of Koch: Chase Koch, who is staid to take on a care purpose during a Koch network and Koch Industries—currently led by his father, Charles—wants to drive a regressive family business in a ...

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On Politics: The Biggest Stories of a Week

Republicans in Wisconsin and Michigan presented bills final week that would shorten a powers of incoming Democratic governors out of fear of losing a gerrymandered districts they count on for a trove of seats. In Wisconsin, a effusive Republican governor, ...

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Bay Area domestic events: Women of color, Khalida Brohi

Upcoming domestic events in a Bay Area. WEDNESDAY Women of color: Democratic domestic strategist Donna Brazile, Caraway Group CEO Yolanda Caraway, domestic strategist a Rev. Leah Daughtry and former Clinton administration central Minyon Moore are featured in a forum during ...

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On Politics: Trump Threatens Shutdown Over Funding for Border Wall

• Reverting course, Senator Mitch McConnell pronounced a Senate would opinion on a estimable rapist probity check before a finish of a year. Mr. Trump is now on a fork of claiming one of a initial truly bipartisan legislative achievements ...

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France urges Trump not to meddle in the politics: ‘Leave the republic be’ | TheHill

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Sunday urged President TrumpDonald John TrumpCorsi sues Mueller for purported leaks and bootleg notice Comey: Trump ‘certainly close’ to being unindicted co-conspirator Trump pushes behind on reports that Ayers was initial collect for arch ...

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