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3 White House officials linked to Nunes visit

The White House role adds to concerns that the Trump administration is collaborating with the leader of the House Intelligence Committee's investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
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HIGHLIGHTS-The Trump presidency on March 30 at 8:13 p.m. EDT/March 31 0013 GMT

SURVEILLANCE Two White House officials played a role in providing House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes with documents showing Trump and his associates were swept up in surveillance by U...
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The president appeared to suggest that members of the conservative hardline group in Congress should face primary challenges if they defy him. Donald Trump escalated his attacks on hardline..
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News video: Did the White House feed Nunes intel about surveillance?

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News video: Bernie Sanders Has Strong Words For DNC

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News video: Human Rights Campaign Braces for Less Friendly White House

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"We'll continue to put our all into moving equality forward while defending our progress," spokeswoman Sarah McBride told Newsy.
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News video: Frank Martin: Team would have no issues visiting White House

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South Carolina coach discusses the focus his players have to have heading into the Final Four and say the team would visit the White House if they were to win the title.
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WH: No Comment on Whether Trump Will Campaign Against Freedom Caucus Members in Primary Election

The White House refused to comment Thursday on whether the president was suggesting that he would oppose members of the House Freedom Caucus in the upcoming primary for opposing the Obamacare repair..
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Settle Mayor Files Lawsuit Over 'Sanctuary City' Funding; Blasts Trump's "War On Cities"

settle mayor files lawsuit over 'sanctuary city' funding; blasts trump's war on cities
Ed Murray, the Mayor of the city of Seattle, has just launched yet another federal lawsuit against the Trump administration's threat to withhold federal grants to so-called "sanctuary cities," citing..
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White House appears to be the source of Nunes' surveillance claims

The White House offered Thursday to show lawmakers intelligence reports that purportedly mention associates of President Trump, raising new questions about whether the president’s staff previously..
L.A. Times

Progressive Activism Has Surged Since Donald Trump Took Office

President Donald Trump’s first months in office have been marked by a surge in liberal activism that’s persisted long beyond the women’s marches the day after his inauguration. Progressive groups..
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‘He has no idea what he’s doing’: CNN legal analyst slams Nunes’s ‘clandestine mission’ to White House

Wolf Blitzer’s CNN panel on Thursday discussed the “clandestine” nature of House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes’ (R-CA) information-gathering in recent weeks. A New York Times report today..
Raw Story

White House Makes Surveillance Documents Available To Lawmakers

white house makes surveillance documents available to lawmakers
Even as another scandal appears to be emerging, involving Donald Trump's former national security advisor, Mike Flynn who according to the WSJ has offered to testify in exchange for immunity, the Trump..
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Human Rights Campaign: 'We Can Still Move Forward' Despite Trump

human rights campaign: 'we can still move forward' despite trump
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Israel's government approves its first new West Bank settlement in two decades

Israel's government approved its first new West Bank settlement in two decades Thursday, creating a test for President Trump's foray into Middle East peacemaking. The White House said that further..
L.A. Times

"We Can't Have Massive Trade Deficits": Trump Warns Of "Very Difficult" Meeting With China

we can't have massive trade deficits: trump warns of very difficult meeting with china
One day after Kushner's family confirmed they had ended talks with China's Anbang Insurance Group concerning their interests in 666 Fifth Avenue in New York, a deal that would have netted the Kushner's..
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Did the White House feed Nunes intel about surveillance?

The New York Times reported that White House officials have been secretly feeding information to the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. The White House would neither confirm nor..
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45 After Dark: Shake Wait edition

White House officials played down the idea that a senior aide’s Thursday departure was part of a broader restructuring.
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White House Defends Plan to Eliminate Obama-era Internet Privacy Rules

The White House on Thursday defended a bill recently passed by Congress to repeal Obama-era internet privacy protections, saying the move was meant to create a fair playing field for telecommunication..
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