Seung Min Kim

Seung Min Kim


White House reporter for @washingtonpost, covering the Trump-Hill relationship. @CNN political analyst. proud @politico alum. Email: seungmin.kim@washpost.com

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“By far the most outspoken of his siblings, Trump Jr. has never shied away from a political fight, even when it leads some to question his own sense of self-awareness.”

Currently imagining a government shutdown in the middle of an impeachment fight

Sudden Death Of A Young K-Pop Star Spurs Talk Of Action On Mental Health, Bullying

“There’s no conflict of interest in holding anything in the great state of Florida.”

Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.) said the Doral announcement “doesn’t bother me a great deal” even as he admitted, “I think there is certainly an appearance of conflict of interest.”

This graf from @PhilipRucker  on Trump’s “season of weakness” —>

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“He tweets so much,” Romney said, comparing the president to one of his nieces who overshares on Instagram. “I love her, but it’s like, Ah, it’s too much.”

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While all this is going on, a friendly reminder that Trump has yet to nominate an ambassador to South Korea.

Yowza -- Senate Dems say in new letter that there is information in Kavanaugh's past FBI background checks that involve either inappropriate sexual behavior or alcohol abuse (aides won't elaborate which)

POTUS greeted here at Blue House by, among others, the K-pop boy band Exo

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You cannot ban members of the press from events that are otherwise open to the public. That is not how it works. Period.

A DACA recipient was killed trying to rescue others during Harvey, his body was recovered earlier today

NEW--> in memo to all Senate Rs obtained by WaPo, Rachel Mitchell argues re Ford case: "A 'he said, she said' case is incredibly difficult to prove. But this case is even weaker than that." Story TK

Trump claims there’s a 10-foot wall around the Obamas' D.C. home. Neighbors say there’s not.

Oh wow, this is so awful — the *entire* staff of the Times-Picayune in New Orleans has been laid off

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