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  • The Weekly Trek: November 23, 2016

    The Weekly Trek November 23, 2016 Top Political News Trump nominates S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley to be U.N. ambassador. Washington Post Donald Trump Drops Threat of New Hillary Clinton Investigation. New York Times Trump eyes House members for Cabinet jobs. The Hill Dow Tops 19000 for First Time. Wall Street Journal Transportation DOTs Prod Congress…

  • The Weekly Trek: November 18, 2016

    The Weekly Trek November 18, 2016 Top Political News GOP rushes to embrace Trump. The Hill Trump chooses Sen. Jeff Sessions for attorney general, Rep. Mike Pompeo for CIA director. Washington Post Republicans, Trump close in on spending deal. Politico Hillary Clinton, in Emotional Speech, Implores Supporters to Keep Believing in America. NY Times Tim…

  • The Weekly Trek: November 4, 2016

    The Weekly Trek November 4, 2016 In just a few days, voters around the country will cast their ballots in what has been one of the most atypical election cycles in modern history. Summit Strategies has assembled an election primer to get you ready for November 8 and beyond. Click here for our 2016 Elections…

  • The Weekly Trek: October 28, 2016

    The Weekly Trek October 28, 2016 Top Political News U.S. economy rebounds to strongest growth in two years. Washington Post Clinton doubles Trump’s October fundraising and has dominant war chest in race’s final days. Washington Post How does Trump get to 270? The Hill Republicans Rode Waves of Populism Until They Crashed the Party. Wall…

  • The Weekly Trek: October 21, 2016

    The Weekly Trek October 21, 2016 Top Political News Five takeaways from final debate. Politico High anxiety for GOP. The Hill Trump booed at Al Smith dinner. The Hill Trump’s war chest one of smallest in recent presidential campaigns. Reuters Merrick Garland Trudges On, Awaiting Supreme Court Action. Roll Call Obama adopts a grand design…

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