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Republican governor bucks party and calls for Trump ouster: 'He abused his position'

According to a report from Time, the Republican governor of Vermont has called for the ouster of Donald Trump going against the wishes of party leaders who have fallen in line behind the president and acquitted him following an impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.

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'Embarrassing and shameful' Trump is meeting with NATO while the intel committee implicates president's corruption: CNN panel

President Donald Trump's encounter with French President Emmanuel Macron was already labeled as humiliating for Americans, but things got worse as the House Intelligence Committee released the report detailing at least three crimes by the president that are impeachable while he was at the NATO meeting.

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Here’s where the Democratic presidential candidates stand on climate

So far, 18 Democrats have announced bids to tussle with Donald Trump for the presidency in 2020, with more expected to throw their caps in the ring. In such a crowded field, it’s hard to decipher where each candidate stands on any issue, including climate change — a topic that was conspicuously absent in the 2016 election but appears will be front and center this time around. Luckily, the New York Times sent around a survey to each of the 18 declared Democratic candidates and got them all on the record about everything from a carbon tax to nuclear energy to renewables.

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Trump supporter admits she was 'surprised' to learn Mueller's report didn't actually exonerate the president

A supporter of President Donald Trump admitted this week she was "surprised" to learn that special counsel Robert Mueller's report did not exonerate the president.

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Here's where all 22 Democrats running for president in 2020 stand on reaching across the aisle and working with Republicans

On Tuesday, former Vice President Joe Biden sparked controversy when he said that he expected Republicans to reach across the aisle and work with Democrats once Trump leaves office.

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Here's where 20 Democratic presidential candidates stand on marijuana legalization

Last week, former Vice President Joe Biden joined the crowded Democratic primary, pushing the number of Democrats running for office to 20.

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