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Opinion: This has got to be the worst of Trump's outrages

"Dignified transfer." That's what the military calls the solemn process of returning fallen heroes to the family they loved and the country they served. If you have ever witnessed it, you're never quite the same after. August 13, 1998, was by far the most difficult day I had as a senior White House aide to President Clinton. Al Qaeda terrorists led by Osama bin Laden had bombed our embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya, a week earlier. Twelve Americans were killed; some were State Department servants, others were Marines. All were heroes.

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Trump's strange new way of thinking

"There is nothing either good or bad," Hamlet tells his old childhood buddies in Shakespeare's play, "but thinking makes it so." President Donald Trump borrowed that principle this week as he strove in vain to turn bad news about the coronavirus into some kind of positive, casting the fast-growing number of cases as a good thing -- evidence of success in expanding testing.

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Video shows social distancing stickers being removed from Trump rally seats

President Donald Trump's campaign directed the removal of thousands of "Do Not Sit Here, Please!" stickers from seats at the Tulsa, Oklahoma, arena where Trump held a campaign rally, according to the Washington Post. The campaign told the Post it followed the rules but did not comment on video that appears to show the stickers being removed. Reporter Joshua Partlow joins CNN's Wolf Blitzer to discuss.

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Analysis: Trump's effort to dismantle Obamacare during the pandemic might be his riskiest move yet

President Donald Trump has made many questionable decisions in recent weeks as he looks ahead to his increasingly difficult reelection campaign. But his administration's decision to forge ahead with its effort to invalidate the Affordable Care Act through the courts may go down as the decision that carried the most risk for Republicans up and down the ballot in 2020.

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