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Barack Obama's 'Excruciating' 2011 Roast of Donald Trump Left Him Furious, Chris Christie Says
"This was the night Barack Obama publicly embarrassed Donald Trump," Christie writes of the 2011 White House Correspondents' Association dinner at which Christie had a "ringside seat"
Capitol Rioter Pictured in Horned Helmet Gets 41 Months in Prison: 'What You Did Was Horrific'
Jacob Chansley pleaded guilty in September to felony obstruction of an official proceeding
As Mnuchin and Pompeo Considered Booting Trump, McConnell Wanted to Block Him from Biden Inauguration: Book
Jonathan Karl writes that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy felt Donald Trump's attendance at the inaugural ceremonies would project a "message of unity" to the American people
Donald Trump Calls Former Aide a 'Clown' After She Said He Privately Admitted Election Defeat
"I see I have honeymoon well wishes from my former boss! Too kind!" Alyssa Farah, a newlywed, tweeted in response to Trump's statement about her
Trump's Political Interference Hindered COVID-19 Response and Allowed Virus to Spread, Officials Tell Congress
Witnesses testify about the Trump Administration's efforts to change health guidelines, lower testing and block communications intended to inform the public
Former Trump Official Says She Was Warned About Playing Taylor Swift's Music at Work: 'The Fear Was Real'
Olivia Troye says a colleague told her that because the pop star isn't a fan of Donald Trump, "If somebody hears that, you should really watch your back"

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Steve Bannon Turns Himself in After Federal Grand Jury Indictment: 'This Is All Noise'
The former Trump adviser spoke to reporters gathered outside the FBI office where he surrendered to federal authorities Monday
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski Announces Reelection Bid After Swipe at Her Trump-Backed Rival: 'I Don't Know Her'
Murkowski, who's served in the U.S. Senate since 2002, will campaign against Donald Trump-endorsed Kelly Tshibaka

New Report Details How Donald Trump Resisted Pleas to Stop Capitol Rioters: 'People Will Die'

A new investigation by The Washington Post details how many of Trump's closest advisers sought to have the president publicly condemn the mob of his supporters