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Athens Banner-Herald
Trump transition aide was key player in Flynn’s Turkish worklast fall campaigning as Donald Trump’s top national security adviser, his litt
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 8 days ago
last fall campaigning as Donald Trump’s top national security adviser, his little-known business partner supervised much of the foreign political work for Turkish interests that has boomeranged back on Flynn, now the target of a federal criminal... Read more
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MLive.com
How Justin Amash hopes to 'break the pattern' of partisan politicsfrom West Michigan, Justin Amash does not have prominent committee leadership a
MLive.com / Posted 16 days ago
from West Michigan, Justin Amash does not have prominent committee leadership appointments. He often goes against the grain, voting alongside Democrats against Republican-sponsored bills and against Democratic-sponsored legislation with... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
As CEOs shun Trump photo-ops, GOP leaders court business(Bloomberg) — Republicans aren't about to let go of their self-proclaimed title
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 25 days ago
(Bloomberg) — Republicans aren't about to let go of their self-proclaimed title as the party of big business. When dozens of America's most visible chief executive officers said last week that they'd break up two groups advising President Donald... Read more
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Newsmax
As CEOs Shun Trump Photo-Ops, GOP Leaders Court BusinessRepublicans aren’t about to let go of their self-proclaimed title as the party
Newsmax / Posted 25 days ago
Republicans aren’t about to let go of their self-proclaimed title as the party of big business. When dozens of America’s most visible chief executive officers said last week that they’d break up two groups advising President Donald Trump after his... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Republican Party leaders court CEOs at Boeing, elsewhereRepublicans aren’t about to let go of their self-proclaimed title as the party
The Seattle Times / Posted 26 days ago
Republicans aren’t about to let go of their self-proclaimed title as the party of big business. When dozens of America’s most visible chief executive officers said last week that they’d break up two groups advising President Donald Trump after his... Read more
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