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Trump's Putin Meeting Details Kept Secret

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A new report details five instances Trump worked to keep conversations with Vladimir Putin under wraps.
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Americans blame Trump for the government shutdown over a border 'crisis' that they don't see, according to polls

Americans blame Trump for the government shutdown over a border 'crisis' that they don't see, according to polls

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A new Washington Post/ABC News poll found a majority of Americans blame President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers for the partial government shutdown.
The poll also found that a minority of people polled support Trump's claims that there is a "crisis" at the southern border and its use to support a record-breaking shutdown.
Multiple other polls taken during the government shutdown have found that most people place the blame on Trump.
A new Washington Post/ABC News poll found that a majority of Americans blame President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers for the partial government...
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Trump dodges question on whether he has worked for Russia

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WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump avoided giving a direct answer when asked if he currently is or has ever worked for Russia after a published report said federal law enforcement officials were so concerned about his behavior after he fired James Comey from the FBI that they began investigating whether Trump had been working for the U.S. adversary against American interests.
Trump said it was the "most insulting" question he'd ever been asked.
The New York Times report Friday cited unnamed former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation.
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President Trump Allegedly Hid Details From Putin Meetings: Report

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U.S. President Donald Trump said he “couldn't care less” if details from his conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin were released.
Trump was responding to a Washington Post report, which said he went to great lengths to hide details of his discussions with Putin. Trump took possession of his interpreter's notes after a 2017 meeting in Hamburg and instructed the linguist not to discuss the matter with other administration officials,
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WATCH: The partial government shutdown enters Day 23

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No meetings have been scheduled between President Trump and congressional Democrats as he slams reports he was investigated by the FBI after firing James Comey.
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Trump Reportedly Went to “Extraordinary Lengths” to Hide Details of Putin Talks From His Own Officials

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At a time when President Donald Trump's relationship with Moscow is under the microscope, the Washington Post reveals a distressing fact : there are no detailed records of the commander in chief's five personal meetings with President Vladimir Putin. Trump has gone to “extraordinary lengths” to keep the details of his conversations with Putin hidden. And it's to a degree that some experts have characterized as unprecedented.
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Trump reacts to explosive NYT, Washington Post reports

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President Donald Trump is pushing back against reports in The New York Times and Washington Post concerning Russia ties. NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reports for Sunday TODAY from the White House.
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Trump: That's 'Most Insulting Thing' I've Ever Been Asked

Trump: That's 'Most Insulting Thing' I've Ever Been Asked

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President Trump has met with Vladimir Putin face-to-face five times so far, but even high-ranking members of his own administration are unsure exactly what they said to each other, reports the Washington Post. The reason: Trump has taken unusual steps to keep their conversations under wraps, according to the newspaper...
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Americans Mostly Blame Trump and Republicans for Shutdown

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A new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that most Americans are blaming Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress for the partial government shutdown which is the longest in U.S. history. By nearly a two-to-one margin U.S. voters assign blame to the president and members of his party rather than to congressional Democrats. The poll also...
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'Washington Post' Journalist Reports Trump Hid Details Of Meetings With Putin

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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Greg Miller of The Washington Post, who reported that U.S. officials claim Trump has hidden details on his meetings with Putin for the past two years.
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Supreme Court rules for Trump on detaining immigrants

Supreme Court rules for Trump on detaining immigrants

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Donald Trump Rips Into George Conway: 'Total Loser!'

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Vladimir Putin signed a restrictive new law that makes it illegal to insult...

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