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Melania Trump, Son Barron Receive White House Christmas Tree

WASHINGTON (AP) — Melania Trump and son Barron joined in a time-honored tradition of receiving the official White House Christmas tree, which will become the showstopper for a president who has vowed to put Christmas back at the center of the winter holidays. 602 more words

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White House Ready to Welcome this Year's Turkeys

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Images of president pardoning turkeys before Thanksgiving always evoke laughs, maybe even a few jokes and puns about what happens next. … 104 more words

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Watch Live: President Trump Pardons National Thanksgiving Turkey at White House

Drumstick and Wishbone have been living it up in Washington, D.C. – but only one has what it takes to be the National Thanksgiving Turkey. 234 more words

The White House Wants to Pass Tax Reform. But President Trump Isn't Helping

Before he left for Asia, President Trump said his Administration would be working to pass a tax reform bill.

“They’ll be all over the country working on it,” he said. 682 more words

Stranger Danger

The three largest newspapers in Alabama are pleading with the state’s voters not to send Roy Moore to the United States Senate. The Birmingham News, The Mobile Press-Register, and The Huntsville Times (all owned by Alabama Media Group) don’t want the voters to embarrass Alabama. 821 more words

Melania Trump welcomes White House Christmas tree with Barron at her side

First lady Melania Trump continued the annual tradition of welcoming the White House Christmas tree Monday with her son, 11-year-old Barron, at her side.

Mrs. Trump, clad in a red turtleneck, jeans, and tall boots with a plaid coat draped over her shoulders, stood in front of the White House as a horse-drawn carriage delivered the 19 1/2 foot Balsam fir tree from Wisconsin. 428 more words

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White House deals with Russia investigations, UCLA players


ABC News Cecilia Vega and political analyst Matthew Dowd discuss the impact of the Russia investigations on the Trump administration and Trump’s tweets about the UCLA players accused of shoplifting in China.

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