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Kellyanne Conway's husband George went after her about Trump on Twitter for the first time

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George Conway slammed his wife, prominent White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, in public for the first time on Monday.
George Conway attacked his wife after she ridiculed former Vice President Joe Biden and argued the president doesn't need Ukraine's help to defeat Biden in 2020.
A well-known conservative lawyer, George Conway has long been outspoken in his criticism of his wife's boss, President Donald Trump .
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George Conway slammed his wife, prominent White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, in public for the first time on Monday.
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Lisa Page, In Sympathetic Interview, Says Trump Still Humiliating Her

Lisa Page, In Sympathetic Interview, Says Trump Still Humiliating Her

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Howie Kurtz on former FBI lawyer Lisa Page breaking her silence, White House declining invitation to participate in impeachment hearings and Rudy Giuliani going after a FOX News host.
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FAA chief to testify at Dec. 11 U.S. House hearing on grounded Boeing 737 MAX

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The head of the Federal Aviation Administration will testify on Dec. 11 before a U.S. House panel on the agency's review of the grounded Boeing 737 MAX, which was involved in two fatal crashes in five months.
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Robert Reich: If Impeached by the House, Trump is Literally Unpardonable | Opinion

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Even if a subsequent president wanted to pardon Trump-in the interest of, say, domestic tranquility-she could not.
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Mike Pompeo: House Using Impeachment To 'Distract' Trump While Abroad

Mike Pompeo: House Using Impeachment To 'Distract' Trump While Abroad

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The secretary of state argued that hearings should pause during the president's trip to London.
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Trump says impeachment hearings while he's overseas are 'not nice!' - but GOP did same to Clinton

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In 1998, House Republicans conducted impeachment proceedings against President Bill Clinton while he was on several overseas trips, just like House Democrats will do this week.
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U.S. Democrats set the stage for Trump impeachment with key hearing

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Democratic lawmakers in Congress will take a big step this week in what appears to be a now inexorable march toward impeaching U.S. President Donald Trump, with the start of hearings seen as a precursor to formal charges being announced within weeks.
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Trump's Former Chief Economic Adviser Fears No One in the White House Will 'Tell the President What He Doesn't Want to Hear'

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"We had an interesting nucleus of people when I was in the White House-the initial team," Gary Cohn told David Axelrod in an interview. "We were not bashful. It was a group that was willing to tell the president what he needed to know, whether he wanted to hear it or not."
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