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Former Bush administration ethics lawyer Richard Painter.

‘They’re acting like dictators’: Republican lawyer snaps at GOP congressman who called for a ‘purge’ at the FBI

Bush administration ethics lawyer Richard Painter snapped at Republicans on Wednesday for joining President Donald Trump in attacking the FBI.
Brett Talley, who was deemed "not qualified" by the American Bar Association.

A Trump judicial nominee and former ghost hunter who has never tried a case has dropped out of the nomination process

Brett Talley, who has increasingly come under fire for his lack of qualifications, has withdrawn from the nomination process voluntarily.
Donald Trump.

Trump is using a decades-old strategy to sneakily insult Democrats at every turn

Donald Trump is reaching into his linguistic bag of tricks to subtly insult Democrats. It's a semantic tactic Republicans have used for decades.
House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

Doug Jones’ win in Alabama will add jet fuel to the GOP’s tax-bill push

Republicans have a few weeks to pass their massive tax bill before the Democrat Doug Jones, who won the Alabama special election, is sworn in to the US Senate.

Steve Bannon is orchestrating a ‘bloody civil war’ in the GOP in 2018

Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager and top White House strategist, is on a mission to blow up the Republican party.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich on CNN.

John Kasich says he’ll leave the Republican party if it doesn’t fix itself

Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Sunday suggested he'll stop supporting the Republican party if it can't be fixed.

Trump keeps angrily calling Republican senators about the Russia scandal

Trump called two GOP senators recently to complain about Russia-related matters, according to a new report.

Trump and Mitch McConnell’s once-private feud has spilled out into the open

The once-private feud between the two Republicans has spilled out into the open in the wake of several controversial moves by Trump this summer.

Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein set off alarms with a veiled rebuke of intelligence leaks

The statement said Americans should think twice "before accepting as true any stories attributed to anonymous 'officials.'"