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Past articles by Gabby:

Trump tears into DOJ, FBI: There's a 'lingering stench'

President Trump told thousands of supporters at a rally Friday night that he will to get rid of the "lingering stench" at the Justice Department and FBI, hours after a bombshell report suggested his own deputy attorney general discussed removing him from office early on in Trump's presidency. → Read More

Trump blasts Dems for 'purposefully' delaying Kavanaugh confirmation, urges swift vote

President Trump on Friday blamed Democrats for delaying the release of information they had about sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and called for a quick vote. → Read More

Poll: Voters split on Kavanaugh

More than 40 percent of American voters are skeptical of the allegations of sexual assault leveled against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, according to a new poll that comes as the Senate works to schedule a hearing for the circuit court judge and his accuser. → Read More

Mike Pompeo tears into John Kerry: He 'can't seem to get off the stage'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo condemned his predecessor John Kerry in an interview late Wednesday for conducting private meetings with Iranian officials, claiming the former Obama administration official "can't seem to get off the stage." → Read More

Trump piles on: I'm disappointed in Jeff Sessions for 'numerous reasons'

President Trump tore into Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday morning, saying he's disappointed in the top Justice Department official "for many reasons." → Read More

Trump: FBI shouldn't get 'involved' in Kavanaugh sexual assault controversy

President Trump rejected calls Tuesday for the FBI to investigate a decades-old claim of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, claiming the top law enforcement agency doesn't "want to be involved." → Read More

Trump warns Democrats will try to tarnish first responders amid Florence recovery efforts

President Trump on Tuesday touted his administration's efforts to respond to damage and flooding in coastal parts of North and South Carolina that have been devastated by Hurricane Florence, and warned that Democrats will try to tarnish their efforts. → Read More

Kavanaugh hires Washington defense attorney amid sexual assault controversy: Report

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has reportedly hired Washington trial lawyer Beth Wilkinson amid the fallout over a woman alleging he sexually assaulted her while in high school. → Read More

Trump to visit areas affected by Hurricane Florence next week

President Trump is planning a visit next week to areas that have been affected by Hurricane Florence, a Category 1 storm that made landfall along the coast of North Carolina on Friday morning and is expected to bring torrential rain and strong winds through the weekend. → Read More

Rudy Giuliani backtracks after claiming Manafort 'will tell the truth' about Trump

President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani almost immediately walked back a statement Friday in which he claimed former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort would "tell the truth" about the president to federal prosecutors, with whom he's agreed to cooperate as part of a plea agreement. → Read More

Ex-White House official says Trump's Puerto Rico remarks lacked 'empathy'

A former top aide to President Trump said the commander in chief lacked "empathy" this week when he touted his administration's response to Hurricane Maria, which devastated nearly all of Puerto Rico last summer, as an "unsung success." → Read More

Trump administration loses lawsuit over delayed student loan rules

A federal judge this week ruled has against the Trump administration in a case that challenged the Education Department's delayed implementation of Obama-era regulations aimed at shielding students from predatory lending practices. → Read More

Hurricane Florence still a 'very serious storm' despite downgrade, FEMA warns

Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long warned Thursday that Hurricane Florence could still cause up to 40 inches of rain and prolonged power outages along the East Coast, despite being downgraded to a Category 2 storm late Wednesday night. → Read More

White House hosts German delegation for trade talks

President Trump's top economist Larry Kudlow held high-level talks Wednesday with German officials as part of a new economic dialogue that is intended to deepen ties between both countries. → Read More

Majority of voters oppose efforts to impeach Trump: Poll

A majority of American voters would oppose congressional efforts to impeach President Trump despite wanting lawmakers to be more of a check against his administration, according to a Quinnipiac University released Wednesday. → Read More

Trump says US 'totally prepared' as Hurricane Florence approaches East Coast

President Trump said Tuesday his administration is "sparing no expense" to prepare several East Coast states for Hurricane Florence, which is expected to make landfall as a category 4 storm as early as Thursday. → Read More

Trump marks 9/11 anniversary at Flight 93 memorial: 'A piece of America's heart is buried on these grounds'

President Trump observed the anniversary of Sept. 11 at a memorial service Tuesday in Shanksville, Pa., where he praised the "spirit" of the 40 passengers and crew members who died trying to stop hijackers from redirecting Flight 93 toward Washington that fateful day. → Read More

White House: Second Trump-Kim meeting already in the works

President Trump is already working to coordinate a second meeting with Kim Jong Un to continue nuclear negotiations, the White House said Monday, describing the North Korean leader's latest letter to the president as "very warm." → Read More

John Bolton: Trump 'can't make' North Korea denuclearize

President Trump cannot force North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program, White House national security adviser John Bolton said Monday, acknowledging that progress toward denuclearization has been slow. → Read More

Trump to put International Criminal Court on notice over war crimes probe

The Trump administration is expected to announce Monday that it opposes the International Criminal Court's planned investigation into alleged war crimes committed by U.S. troops in Afghanistan. → Read More