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Trump announces he’s running for president again

It is an extraordinary — although long anticipated — move for Trump, one certain to reshape his party’s trajectory, raise complicated legal questions and alter the presidency for the man who defeated him, Joe Biden. He explicitly discussed his campaign as an effort to restore the presidency he had. “There has never been anything like …

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Trump to announce he will run for president in 2024

PALM BEACH, Fla. — Donald Trump, the only president impeached twice, plans to seek a return to the Oval Office in 2024, he will say Tuesday, two years after voters ousted him and a week after they rejected his hand-picked candidates in several pivotal Senate races. His plan was confirmed by a longtime adviser, just …

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Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend G-20 summit in Indonesia

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the Group of 20 summit in Indonesia next week, an Indonesian government official said Thursday, avoiding a possible confrontation with the United States and its allies over his war in Ukraine. U.S. President Joe Biden, Chinese President Xi Jinping and other world leaders are to attend the …

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Move on from Trump? Even GOP critics of the former president don’t see it.

“We tend to be slow learners,” said Steve Duprey, the former Republican national committeeman from New Hampshire and longtime former state chair in the first-in-the-nation primary state. “There are lessons here,” he added. “If you look around the country, given the inflation, given the economic uncertainty, given the war in Ukraine, given the disastrous pullout …

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Biden to press human rights in meeting with Egyptian president

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has attracted criticism for detaining political opponents. | Pool photo by Yves Herman President Joe Biden will press human rights issues in a bilateral meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on Friday, with senior administration officials telling reporters on a call Tuesday that the U.S. has “raised repeated concerns” …

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Democrats, former President Clinton appeal to Latinos in South Texas

EDINBURG, Texas — Former President Bill Clinton made an election eve sweep through South Texas in support of Democratic congressional candidates, warning voters that Republicans “are coming for you.” Clinton’s appearance the day before Election Day was aimed at holding on to the Latino dominant ground that Democrats have held for a century in South …

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