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WATCH: "He looked at me, like, got very angry, and basically turned around to [former White House aide] John DeStefano, and said, 'Fire her. Get rid of her,'" Parnas said.

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Coronavirus outbreak could cause shortages of 150 drugs: report

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Kicked off the morning in Fargo with Sen. @tinaflintsmith  at North Dakota State University! With 16 football national championships under their belt, the Bison know how to win big. I’m the candidate who this November will do the same and defeat Donald Trump.

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What role should alliances play in U.S. foreign policy? @MiraRappHooper  argues that Washington needs its allies now more than ever—though the system will need to be reformed if it is to confront new threats to security and prosperity.

Now at an outdoor event for Pete Buttigieg in Arlington, Virginia. Hard to get a ground level shot to show what seems to be a very big crowd at Washington-Liberty High School.

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Interaction between terrorist organizations and the humanitarian aid community is an unavoidable reality when delivering principled humanitarian assistance. Read the @CSISHumAgenda  report on solving humanitarian access challenges:

Join us for a FREE New Orleans-area screening of Dark Waters@DarkWatersMovie ) on March 2. We're bringing this powerful film to communities impacted by DuPont's pollution. Save your seat today! #Lousiana  #NOLA 

'I think that when he put the costs and the benefits alongside each other, it just didn't pencil out.' Why Gov @dougducey  backed off 'sanctuary city' referendum:

Trump and his friends think they're going to win by dividing our people up based on the color of our skin, where we were born, our religion or our sexual orientation. We're going to win because we are doing exactly the opposite: We are bringing our people together.

The billionaire Wilks family have doled out millions supporting candidates and causes that reflect their hardline conservative political ideology. Now, one of the family’s own is running for office.

When the Trump administration rolled out its policy to force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico, officials said medical exemptions would help the sick. They haven’t.

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