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Variety

'American Horror Story': Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Featured in 'Cult' Opening Credits (Watch)
Variety
Continuing with the “hive” theme implied by much of the teaser imagery, the credits feature dark close-ups of bees swarming over a surface and crawling out of someone's skin, as well as characters dressed up in the aforementioned Donald Trump and ...
'American Horror Story: Cult' Opening Credits Feature Creepy Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton MasksUs Weekly
'American Horror Story' Opening Features Trump, Hillary MasksNewsmax
'American Horror Story: Cult' opening credits reveal imagery of Donald Trump and Hillary ClintonFox News
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Newsweek

Without Bannon, Conservatives Fear Trump Will Offer Hillary-Lite
Newsweek
The exit of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon doesn't bode well for conservatives or those who just wanted to see President Donald Trump stick to the economic and foreign policy message that he ran on, some on the right fear. “There is no ...
On Twitter, Trump thanks Bannon for his role in defeating 'Crooked Hillary Clinton'Washington Post
Everything President Trump has tweeted (and what it was about)Los Angeles Times
Trump predicts Bannon will be a 'tough and smart new voice' outside White HouseFox News
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PEOPLE.com

Chelsea Clinton Stands Up for 11-Year-Old Barron Trump: 'Let Him Have the Private Childhood He Deserves'
PEOPLE.com
“It's high time the media & everyone leave Barron Trump alone & let him have the private childhood he deserves,” Clinton responded in a tweet. This is not the first time Bill and Hillary Clinton's daughter has stood up for Trump's youngest child.
How President Trump derails his own message, over and over againUSA TODAY

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TIME

President Trump Thanks Steve Bannon for His Service in Campaign Against 'Crooked Hillary'
TIME
"The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over," Bannon said in the interview. "We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency. But that presidency is over. It'll be something else. "There'll be all kinds ...
Trump Fired Off One Last Passive-Aggressive Shot at BannonEsquire.com

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Washington Post

Trump announces new strategy for Afghanistan that calls for a troop increase
Washington Post
Trump's stance helped him appeal to some Democratic-leaning voters who were skeptical of the wars and perceived Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as more hawkish than many in her party. As president, Trump has used bellicose rhetoric to ...
Trump Settles on Afghan Strategy Expected to Raise Troop LevelsNew York Times
Trump's challenge: A wall of public skepticism on Afghanistan WarPolitico
A Trump-backed plan to increase troops in Afghanistan would betray his campaign promisesMic
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CNN

Clinton world reacts to Trump: She tried to warn us
CNN
Washington (CNN) Many of Hillary Clinton's top aides sat nervously a year ago this month as their boss stepped up to a podium in Reno, Nevada to decry then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, accuse him of "taking hate groups mainstream" ...

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Newsweek

Hillary Clinton's Link To Former KKK Leader Robert Byrd Surfaces Again After Charlottesville
Newsweek
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's ties to late Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia, who admitted to creating a Ku Klux Klan chapter before entering public service, resurfaced Friday as Republican President Donald Trump deals ...

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Bloomberg

Trump Promises 'Fire and Fury.' What Would Hillary Do? - Bloomberg
Bloomberg
A Q&A with former top Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan on Russia, terrorism and that guy in North Korea.

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Newsweek

Hillary Clinton Condemns White Supremacist Groups For Inciting Violence, Trumps Says It's Coming From 'Many Sides'
Newsweek
Following a white nationalists rally that turned violent on Saturday in Charlottesville, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton issued a statement on Twitter condemning white supremacists for inciting violence that may have led to the ...
Hillary Clinton takes aim at Trump's refusal to condemn white supremacistsWashington Examiner

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