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Trump defends wishing Ghislaine Maxwell well

President Donald Trump is now saying that he wished Ghislaine Maxwell well after she was arrested because he doesn't want her to die in jail like her former boyfriend and alleged accomplice, Jeffrey Epstein.

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Opinion: The fascinating mystery of Trump's approach to Putin

President Trump's National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien on Monday invoked Ronald Reagan "looking down on us with a knowing smile" in a Washington Post opinion column under the headline, "President Trump is committed to defending the U.S., and Russia knows it." The President, wrote O'Brien, "has demonstrated to Russia that he means what he says about putting 'America First'."

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Analysis: Trump is losing a must-win state

Absentee ballots start getting mailed to North Carolina voters in just 33 days, and a new CBS News/YouGov poll reveals ominous news for President Donald Trump in the Tar Heel state.

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CNN analyst: This is the latest sign that Trump is in trouble

CNN analyst Harry Enten explains recent polling that shows some historically Republican states could be more competitive leading into the 2020 presidential election, and other factors that could make President Donald Trump's reelection challenging.

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The best way to check Trump is to vote him out of office

On Thursday, President Trump floated the possibility of delaying the election when he tweeted, "With Universal Mail-in Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history. It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???"

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Opinion: Americans are dying of Covid-19 and Trump is pouting about Fauci

President Donald Trump's aides almost got him to become a serious leader in this age of pandemic. After they showed him evidence that voters in "our states" (Republican ones, that is) were falling ill and dying -- and that this wasn't good for him politically -- Trump resumed pandemic press briefings and even let himself be photographed wearing a face mask.

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Even as the President's aides seek to shift his focus back to the pandemic, Trump is still hearing from associates who are undermining health experts

Even amid an attempt by President Donald Trump's aides to shift his focus back to coronavirus, he continues to hear from a wide range of associates -- including the CEO of a far-right television network -- who are undermining the administration's health experts and questioning their approach to the pandemic, people familiar with the conversations say.

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Opinion: Biden could still lose this election

The picture of every Yankee and National player kneeling for the national anthem on the long-delayed opening day of baseball highlighted just how badly President Donald Trump is losing the culture war, a war he started as his only path to getting reelected.

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'Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV': Watch Trump's head-scratching boast

As the US grapples with the devastating coronavirus pandemic, recent interviews suggest President Donald Trump is focused on a different kind of test. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports Trump is instead repeatedly defending his results from an assessment measuring cognitive ability.

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Opinion: The truth about Trump's cognitive test

President Donald Trump's latest job qualification, according to President Trump, is not having dementia. In an interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace on Sunday, in which the journalist told Trump that according to recent polling more Americans believe former Vice President Joe Biden is more mentally fit to serve as president than Trump is, Trump trotted out a brag he's shared several times over the past few months: that he aced a test. Namely, the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test, a cognitive screening test for memory loss or early dementia.

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S.E. Cupp: If Trump is serious, it's very, very good news

In presidential politics, it's hard to measure greatness. There is a general sense of the size of a president measured alongside his accomplishments and set in the context of his challenges. We have a general sense that Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan were great, not only in temperament and tone but in rising to the considerable circumstances in which they governed.

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