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Democratic House leadership had planned a vote to rebuke Trump over the decision to host the summit at his own property. They also planned to investigate the selection process and suggested they would stop government money from being spent at Trump properties.

"I'm honored to be considered that by Donald Trump, because he also called Meryl Streep an overrated actress," James Mattis said. "So, I guess I'm the Meryl Streep of generals. Frankly that sounds pretty good to me."

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Says Bernie Sanders' Heart Attack Was A 'Gut Check' Moment

Andrew Yang Warns There Is No Guarantee Impeaching Trump Will Be Successful

JUST IN: In a series of late-night tweets, President Trump announced that his Miami-area private golf club would no longer host next year's G-7 summit.

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JUST IN: The Senate passed a resolution 54-41 repealing a national emergency declaration President Trump made in February to divert federal money to build a border wall. It didn’t receive enough votes to override a presidential veto. 11 Republicans voted for the resolution.

House Democrats say their first bill after taking power would establish automatic voter registration and reinvigorate the Voting Rights Act.

Only three members of Congress currently pay their interns a $15 wage: Sen. Bernie Sanders, Democratic Sen. Doug Jones and Democratic Rep. Adam Smith. Newly-elected Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is set to join them.

JUST IN: Jared Kushner’s attorney told the House Oversight Committee that Kushner uses private messaging apps and personal email to communicate about official White House matters with foreign leaders – a violation of a law governing White House records and official policy.

JUST IN: The Justice Department has amended the regulations of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives to clarify that bump-stock-type devices are "machine guns" and are illegal.

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