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How Trump’s Idea for a Photo Op Led to Havoc in a Park

How Trump’s Idea for a Photo Op Led to Havoc in a Park When the history of the Trump presidency is written, the clash with protesters that preceded President Trump’s walk across Lafayette Square may be remembered as one of its defining moments.

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Republican Convention Feud Escalates as Officials Weigh New Site

Republican Convention Feud Escalates as Officials Weigh New Site After a stalemate with Democrats in North Carolina, Republicans said the president wouldn’t accept the party’s nomination at its convention in Charlotte, as planned, but would do so in another city.

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Holding It Aloft, He Incited a Backlash. What Does the Bible Mean to Trump?

Holding It Aloft, He Incited a Backlash. What Does the Bible Mean to Trump? The president has a long history of contradictory remarks about the book he held up after forcibly clearing protesters for a photo op on Monday.

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In Rare Break, Some Republicans Reject Trump’s Harsh Response to Unrest

In Rare Break, Some Republicans Reject Trump’s Harsh Response to Unrest The president’s crackdown on peaceful protesters drew condemnations from a handful of Republican lawmakers, but Democrats planned to push them to back up their words with legislative measures.

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The Great Instagram Blackout

The Great Instagram Blackout We have mixed feelings about #BlackoutTuesday, too.

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March Peacefully or ‘Take the Streets’? Protesters Debate What Comes Next

March Peacefully or ‘Take the Streets’? Protesters Debate What Comes Next What began as a protest over one man’s death in police custody in Minneapolis has grown into a nationwide movement with diverse activists, tactics and demands.

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Trump’s Visits to Church and Shrine Draw Fierce Rebukes From D.C. Clergy

Trump’s Visits to Church and Shrine Draw Fierce Rebukes From D.C. Clergy The Episcopal bishop Mariann Edgar Budde and the Catholic Archbishop Wilton Gregory said the president was using holy sites as political props.

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For Police Officers, Demonstrations Take a Toll and Test Duty

For Police Officers, Demonstrations Take a Toll and Test Duty As the world watches demonstrations unfold on television and social media, both the best and the worst of American law enforcement has been on display.

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Trump's Bible Photo: What Democracy Scholars Thought

Trump The president’s true believers saw a message to appreciate. Many others saw something more alarming.

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Trump Deploys the Full Might of Federal Law Enforcement to Crush Protests

Trump Deploys the Full Might of Federal Law Enforcement to Crush Protests Nearly a dozen federal agencies — even the Transportation Security Administration — were sent to Washington and other cities after the president vowed to “dominate” protesters.

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