Anita Kumar, Bradenton Herald

Anita Kumar

Bradenton Herald

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Anita:

Republicans’ Way Forward: Is the White House mired in chaos or just full of enemies?

The final of our three-part Beyond the Bubble series on the Republican Party features Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie, Republican operatives, talk about how the Trump White House runs. → Read More

Republicans’ Way Forward: The White House faces an onslaught of investigations

The second of our three-part Beyond the Bubble series on the Republican Party features Scott Jennings talking about House Democrats’ power to investigate President Trump. → Read More

Republicans’ Way Forward: Trump gears up for a re-election fight

In the first of a special three-part series, Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union, talks about Donald Trump’s re-election strategy. → Read More

Trump labor secretary out of running for attorney general after report

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta is no longer being considered for attorney general after Miami Herald reported he oversaw a plea deal for a financier accused of running a teen sex-trafficking ring → Read More

Trump to meet with Florida’s Bondi as he searches for new attorney general

President Donald Trump will meet with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi — who is on his short list be his next attorney general — while he is at his Mar-A-Lago resort in Palm Beach for the Thanksgiving holiday next week → Read More

Who’s on President Trump’s short list for the new attorney general? Not Kris Kobach

President Donald Trump will meet with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at his Mar-A-Lago resort next week. Bondi is on his attorney general short list. One name not on Trump’s list is Kris Kobach. → Read More

Trump fires Sessions as attorney general. Kobach mentioned as possible successor

Kris Kobach’s name immediately began floating around political circles as a potential candidate for Trump’s next attorney general after it was announced Wednesday that Trump had fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions. → Read More

Trump may consider Kobach, Bondi for attorney general

President Donald Trump launched a search for a new attorney general with immediate recommendations to consider several high-profile officials, including Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and retiring Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. → Read More

Trump fired Sessions. Here are four takeaways from the attorney general’s tenure

As attorney general for the first two years of the Trump administration, former Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions angered the president and shaped policy on immigration, marijuana sales and more. → Read More

Trump faces a Washington he never wanted. Here’s what he can do.

President Donald Trump awoke to a different Washington Wednesday, facing for the time a Democratic House that is both opposed to his vision for the nation and determined to investigate his administration — a combination that will make it virtually impossible to accomplish much in his second two years in office. → Read More

Trump faces a Washington he never wanted. Here’s what he can do.

President Donald Trump awoke to a different Washington Wednesday, facing for the time a Democratic House that is both opposed to his vision for the nation and determined to investigate his administration — a combination that will make it virtually impossible to accomplish much in his second two years in office. → Read More

Trump faces a Washington he never wanted. Here’s what he can do.

President Donald Trump awoke to a different Washington Wednesday, facing for the time a Democratic House that is both opposed to his vision for the nation and determined to investigate his administration — a combination that will make it virtually impossible to accomplish much in his second two years in office. → Read More

Trump endorsed all of these candidates. Will the Trump bump help them win?

President Donald Trump endorsed nearly 100 candidates across the country for the 2018 midterm elections. But did they win or lose? We look at whether the Trump bump helped or hurt in these races. → Read More

Trump banks on Kavanaugh strategy. Will it work?

President Donald Trump focused his campaigning for Tuesday’s midterm election on allegations that Democrats orchestrated a smear campaign against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to try to win seats in the Senate. The strategy may cost him the House. → Read More

Why did a Democratic group pay Sean Spicer $250?

Some former Trump White House and campaign staffers are cashing in on the 2018 midterms as Republican candidates pay them to headline fundraising events, appear at campaign rallies and record robocalls. → Read More

Trump kids on the campaign trail: Don Jr. wows, Ivanka disappoints

President Donald Trump’s two oldest offspring, Don Jr. and Ivanka, have taken decidedly different tacks during the midterm campaign as their father faces a critical election that will determine the fate of his next two years in the White House → Read More

Trump gave advice, steered money, sent texts for DeSantis. It may not be enough.

Two years ago, Rep. Ron DeSantis refused to endorse Donald Trump in the Republican primary for president. Now, DeSantis has determined his only path to victory in the FL governor’s race is with Trump’s backing. → Read More

‘The perfect safe surrogate,’ Pence delivers the traditional GOP message Trump won’t

With GOP control of Congress on the line, Vice President Mike Pence ignores Donald Trump’s tweets, statements, chaos as he delivers the election message the old Republican guard wants to hear. Few are listening. → Read More

Trump’s last campaign push for the November midterm election will be in Missouri

President Trump will end his tour of battleground states with a rally next week in Cape Girardeau in an effort to help give Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley a final boost against Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill. → Read More

Trump considering blanket denial of asylum to Central American immigrants

The Trump administration has been working for two weeks on a plan to deny asylum to any immigrants from Central America as caravan heads north → Read More