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  • The Weekly Trek: February 17, 2017

    The Weekly Trek February 17, 2017 Top Political News Michael Flynn resigns as national security adviser. Washington Post Trump Lets Loose Against Critics. Wall Street Journal Ethics office calls on White House to discipline Conway. The Hill Trump says he will unveil overhauled immigration order next week. Reuters All of Trump’s executive actions so far….

  • The Weekly Trek: February 10, 2017

    The Weekly Trek February 10, 2017 Top Political News Appeals court unanimously rejects Trump on travel ban. The Hill Anti-Trump Crowds Rule at Republicans’ Town Halls. Wall Street Journal Top oversight lawmakers ask ethics office to recommend discipline for Conway. The Hill Trump vexed by challenges, scale of government. Politico Trump White House besieged by…

  • The Weekly Trek: February 3, 2017

    The Weekly Trek February 3, 2017 Top Political News U.S. economy adds 227,000 jobs in January, but wage growth lags. Washington Post Trump Has Provocative Words for Allies. Congress Does Damage Control. New York Times A fractured U.S. Senate awaits Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. Washington Post What Trump’s Supreme Court pick means for the…

  • The Weekly Trek: January 27, 2017

    The Weekly Trek January 27, 2017 Top Political News Trump’s Yuge Week One. Politico Trump’s first wall to overcome: Congress. Politico What’s on the chopping block in Trump’s 1st budget request? E&E News In private meeting, Pence vows ‘full evaluation of voting rolls’ over claims of fraud. Washington Post Trump Meets Theresa May of Britain…

  • The Weekly Trek: January 20, 2017

    The Weekly Trek January 20, 2017 Top Political News Donald Trump is sworn in as president, vows to end ‘American carnage’. Washington Post Trump Entering White House Unbent and Unpopular. New York Times President Obama is leaving office on a very high note. Washington Post As Obama exits, GOP hit list is long and sweeping….

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