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Trump claims he won debate 'easily,' will continue debating Biden

President Trump insisted Wednesday that he prevailed in the first debate against Democratic nominee Joe Biden and said he wants to continue with the two remaining such events.“I thought it was a great evening,” Trump told reporters at the White… Source: The Hill

Trump says Proud Boys should 'stand down' after backlash to debate comments

President Trump on Wednesday said he didn’t know about the Proud Boys but that the group should “stand down” amid intense criticism of his remarks at the previous night’s presidential debate that the far-right group should “stand back and stand by.”… Source: The Hill

Judge orders DOJ to publish info redacted as privileged from Mueller report

A federal judge on Wednesday ordered the Department of Justice (DOJ) to publish information redacted from the Mueller report that had been designated as privileged.District Judge Reggie Walton said the Trump administration had failed to justify… Source: The Hill

Republicans fret over Trump's self-inflicted blows at first debate

Republicans say President Trump missed a golden opportunity to change the course of the presidential election at this week’s debate, heightening pressure on the incumbent to radically alter his strategy and style in the final stretch to appeal to… Source: The Hill

Trump attacks Biden over son's business dealings in first debate

President Trump attacked Democratic rival Joe Biden during the first presidential debate Tuesday night by going after his son Hunter Biden’s work in Ukraine, leaning into an issue that led to Trump’s impeachment in an attempt to get under the former… Source: The Hill

Trump nominated a third time for Nobel Peace Prize

President Trump has received a third nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize.According to Sky News Australia, four Australian law professors recently nominated the president for the high honor, with one of them, David Flint, citing his recent role in… Source: The Hill

Former intelligence officials worry Trump debt is counterintelligence risk

Some former intelligence officials are saying the alleged $421 million of debt owed by President Trump over the next four years could pose national security risks, Time magazine reported Tuesday. Officials told Time that Trump, who the New… Source: The Hill

Trump called evangelical pastors 'hustlers': report

President Trump allegedly called evangelical pastors “hustlers” in a 2015 conversation with his then-lawyer Michael Cohen, The Atlantic reported on Tuesday.Cohen told the magazine that Trump made the comments after reading an article about pastor… Source: The Hill

Census Bureau intends to wrap up count on Oct. 5 despite judge's order

The Census Bureau announced on Monday that it intends to wrap up its count on Oct. 5, despite a judge’s order to continue the census through the end of October.Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross declared that Oct. 5 was the “target date” to finish self-… Source:…

Trump tax reveal roils presidential race

An explosive report on President Trump’s tax returns has roiled the presidential race as Democrat Joe Biden and Trump get ready to debate for the first time on Tuesday night.The White House aggressively sought to push back on the report in The New… Source: The…