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‘That’s an overreaction’: Deputy profession ubiquitous dismisses critique of hazard to summons reporters

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on “Fox News Sunday.” Fox News Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein pushed back against critique of the Department of Justice’s proclamation that it may start subpoenaing reporters during investigations of personal information leaks. On Friday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions pronounced the dialect was “reviewing policies …

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How John Kelly, America’s longest-serving general, worked his way up from the Marines into the White House

Andrew Harnik/AP Retired Marine ubiquitous John Kelly sprung into movement in his first week as White House arch of staff, attempting to levy a military-like strictness on the staff of the notoriously pell-mell West Wing. Kelly, so far, has overseen the exclusion of bombastic communications executive Anthony Scaramucci, ensured that President Donald …

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Where America’s ‘first kids’ went to college

Tiffany Trump is streamer to Georgetown Law.Getty Images/Astrid Stawiarz Around the US, students are gearing up to conduct back to school. “First kid” Tiffany Trump, President Trump’s youngest daughter, is set to start her first year at Georgetown Law School. And former “first kid” Malia Obama, after holding a opening year, is …

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