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If the Republican Party doesn't figure out what suburban voters want, it will be avocado cheese!

Then. John Kennedy in Bossier City, Louisiana, November 14. Tom Brenner / Reuters Trump Ditches Flavored Vape Ban After learning his followers like Vape Trump blames Pence Aide as "Never Trumper" after saying that Ukraine call was "inappropriate" Democrats say Trump is welcome to testify in impeachment investigation Trump tweets on Kim Jong-un: Biden is "slightly better" than a "rabid …

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Mina Chang: Senior State Department official accused of performing resume resume

Mina Chang, deputy secretary of the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, announced her decision on Monday, accusing a "character assassination based solely on inuendo" and a toxic State Department culture in her resignation letter. Chang, a political appointee with connections to Brian Bulatao, a senior official of the State Department and friend of the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, …

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New Jersey marijuana legalization bill dead; legislators will let voters decide

Legislative leaders introduced a resolution on Monday that would put a question on recreational use on the November 2020 ballot. | Getty TRENTON – For the second time this year, New Jersey's best Democratic lawmakers have pulled out of legislation to legalize cannabis sales for recreational use and kill all probability Gov. Phil Murphy will deliver on an important campaign …

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Trump's aides who move witnesses testify from White House jobs

The uncertain fate and public entanglement of these officials has created a thirsty situation for a White House that is wading through the impeachment process. Trump's impulse to dismiss them has not been realized, but he has nevertheless made clear that he considers them unwelcome. It is one of the persistent anomalies in the impeachment investigation: most of the witnesses …

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Congress could set aside the IRS whistleblower who alleged involvement in the revision of Trump's taxes

No decision has been made, according to the source, as the committee is considering how it could affect ongoing disputes for President Donald Trump's tax return. While the focus in Washington has been on the assurance complaints at the center of the impeachment probe, House Ways and Means staff have been working to verify another complaint this summer that there …

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