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Washington Post Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Inside Joe Biden's brawling efforts to reform Ukraine — which won him successes and enemies
Biden spent three years pushing Obama administration policy on Ukraine, but his approach may have laid the groundwork for questions now being raised by political opponents about his and his son's behavior.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Judge rules Florida can't block felons from voting, even if they have unpaid fines
Advocates called the decision a win for voting rights and the state's 1.4 million felons.

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Oct 20, 2019

Trump says his Doral golf resort will no longer host next year's G-7 summit, bowing to criticism
President Trump was buffeted by two straight days of allegations of self-dealing and exasperation from lawmakers on Capitol Hill, including some Republican allies who said the selection of Doral as the venue for a gathering of world leaders was indefensible.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Trump's season of weakness: A president who prizes strength enters key stretch in a fragile state
Trump supremacy is being challenged inside his own realm. With his administration engulfed by crisis, Trump can no longer control the forces once solidly arrayed behind him.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Rick Perry won't comply with subpoena in impeachment inquiry
Energy Secretary Rick Perry declined to say whether he would comply with a Friday deadline to produce subpoenaed documents, while a key deposition in the impeachment inquiry was postponed.

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Oct 19, 2019

Sanders returns to the trail with a major rally: ‘To put it bluntly, I am back'
He drew a crowd of more than 25,000 — and the endorsement of rising star Ocasio-Cortez.

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Oct 19, 2019

Facebook's Zuckerberg pushes back against Bernie Sanders's call to abolish billionaires
The company's founder would owe an additional $5.5 billion in taxes in the first year of the presidential candidate's proposed tax, should it ever be enacted.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 19, 2019

GOP congressman who won't rule out impeaching Trump announces retirement
Rep. Francis Rooney's announcement comes one day after the Florida congressman said he wasn't worried about the political consequences of defying Trump.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Add risk of government shutdown to impeachment and other legislative logjams
Trump increasingly demonstrates that he sees issues as one large negotiation, linking together seemingly disconnected threads into one massive ball of legislative wax.

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Oct 19, 2019

As Trump reels, Democrats wonder which of their candidates can beat him
The campaign so far has brought questions about who has what it will take to win a general election against the president.

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Oct 19, 2019

Battle lines drawn after Clinton and Gabbard exchange insults
Hillary Clinton suggested that Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic presidential contender, could be used as a tool by the Russians, while Gabbard called Clinton "queen of warmongers."

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Growing number of Republicans struggle to defend Trump on G-7 choice, Ukraine and Syria
One Republican, Rep. Francis Rooney of Florida, compared the situation to Watergate and did not rule out voting to impeach Trump.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

In admitting then denying quid pro quo, Mulvaney turns harsh impeachment spotlight on himself
Republican lawmakers and officials said the White House chief of staff did more to harm the president's defense than administration officials testifying before Democratic-led committees in Congress.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Live updates: Rick Perry won't comply with subpoena in impeachment inquiry
Energy Secretary Rick Perry declined to say whether he would comply with a Friday deadline to produce subpoenaed documents, while a key deposition in the impeachment inquiry was postponed.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Marianne Williamson
Williamson, 67, is a self-help author and motivational speaker who was an antiwar activist and worked with people with HIV and AIDS. She has embraced liberal policies on climate change, universal heal...

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Michael Bennet
Bennet, 54, has represented Colorado in the Senate since 2009 after stints as superintendent of Denver Public Schools, as an investment adviser and at the Justice Department. The month before his May...

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Oct 18, 2019

Steve Bullock
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is one of the country's only red-state Democrats to win reelection in 2016. He entered the race castigating what he called "evidence of a corrupt system all across America t...

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Oct 18, 2019

Supreme Court will decide constitutionality of consumer watchdog bureau
The Trump administration, and even the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's director, say it is not properly structured.

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Oct 18, 2019

Supreme Court will rule on expedited removal of those denied asylum requests
The Trump administration objects to a lower court ruling that such undocumented immigrants deserve judicial review.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

John Delaney
Delaney, the first candidate in the race, is a 56-year-old former congressman from Maryland who is running on a platform that includes an expanded national service program similar to AmeriCorps and on...

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Oct 18, 2019

Before Mick Mulvaney confirmed a Trump-Ukraine quid pro quo, so did Sen. Ron Johnson — quietly
It escaped notice, but Johnson said much the same thing Mulvaney did earlier this month.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

‘I didn't take this job to keep it': GOP Rep. Rooney hints he's open to impeachment
Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.), a former U.S. ambassador, said he has been increasingly concerned by revelations that have emerged regarding the Trump administration's dealings with Ukraine.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Trump to nominate Energy Dept. deputy Dan Brouillette to succeed Rick Perry as secretary
The deputy energy secretary is the former top lobbyist for the Ford Motor Co.

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Oct 18, 2019

Trump's ad hoc defenses on Ukraine have largely fallen apart
What's left mostly centers on process.

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Oct 18, 2019

The problems with Zuckerberg's MLK and Frederick Douglass analogy
The billionaire set himself up for criticism about how harmful disinformation has been to black Americans, historically and even today.

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Oct 18, 2019

This week in impeachment, in 5 minutes
From top aides turning on the Trump administration to acknowledging a quid pro quo, it was the most damaging yet for Trump

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Tim Ryan
In the House, Ryan represents a northeastern Ohio district hit by manufacturing job losses, and he says he could win back Rust Belt states that Donald Trump won in 2016. Ryan, 46, unsuccessfully chall...

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Oct 18, 2019

Tom Steyer
Tom Steyer, a billionaire activist, started Nextgen America, a PAC that has contributed $230 million to Democrats in the 2014, 2016 and 2018 campaign cycles. Read more about Steyer and find out where he stands on key issues.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Trump says he'll host G7 summit at cost at his resort — but provides few details
For the president, the potential benefits of awarding himself the summit include international media exposure — putting Trump Doral on televisions around the world.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Both the president's men: Giuliani, Mulvaney and Trump's dream of Ukrainian dirt
Two of Trump's aides, not confirmed by the Senate, apparently ran Ukraine policy, often with the E.U. ambassador.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Live updates: Trump, GOP allies seize on a report damaging to Biden
Energy Secretary Rick Perry declined to say whether he would comply with a Friday deadline to produce subpoenaed documents, while a key deposition in the impeachment inquiry was postponed.

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Oct 18, 2019

Stymied by a polarized agency, FEC Chairwoman Ellen Weintraub finds her voice as a Trump critic
Her public comments have magnified the dysfunction at the top level of the elections watchdog.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

The Energy 202: Why Democrats forced a failed climate vote in the Senate
Schumer wants to put GOP senators on the record.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Live updates: Perry won't say if he'll comply with deadline on subpoenaed documents in Trump impeachment inquiry
A deposition of a key Defense Department official planned for Friday has been pushed back until next week, as has a GOP effort to censure House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Elijah Cummings's legacy of advocacy for urban issues
When President Trump blamed Cummings in July for Baltimore's challenges, the congressman immediately invoked the people who live in the city.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Hillary Clinton suggests Putin has kompromat on Trump, Russia will back Tulsi Gabbard third-party bid
"I'm not making any predictions," Clinton said, "but I think they've got their eye on someone who's currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate. She's the favorite of the Russians."

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

The Technology 202: Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is taking a long view on free speech as critics attack company's policies
He is also heading to Capitol Hill again next week.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

The impeachment inquiry is making Nancy Pelosi more popular
Speakers usually lose popularity over time. Pelosi's bucking the trend.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

The Daily 202: Mattis, McRaven and the revenge of the four-stars
Compare Trump's comments about the Kurds in Dallas to Mattis's monologue in New York.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

The impeachment inquiry is making Nancy Pelosi more popular.
Speakers usually lose popularity over time. Pelosi's bucking the trend.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Diplomat tells investigators he raised alarms in 2015 about Hunter Biden's Ukraine work but was rebuffed
George Kent, a deputy assistant secretary of state, was told in 2015 that then-Vice President Joe Biden didn't have the "bandwidth" to deal with the matter.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

The Finance 202: Apple is still far from safe in the U.S.-China trade war
And consumers could soon feel the blow.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

The Health 202: Cancer patients have steep expenses beyond treatment. This rock band is trying to help.
Imagine Dragons has a foundation to help families with nonmedical expenses.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

The Cybersecurity 202: Huawei looks to Europe to counter U.S. claims it can't be trusted
Europe has rebuffed U.S. entreaties to ban Huawei from 5G networks.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Stymied by a polarized agency, FEC Chair Ellen Weintraub finds her voice as a Trump critic
Her public comments have magnified the dysfunction at the top level of the elections watchdog.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Power Up: Why Hollywood execs (and Oprah) are still dreaming of a Bob Iger 2020 run
The Disney CEO keeps saying he's not running.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

A series of images of Pelosi and Trump have made her a meme, and for some, a symbol of a woman in power
The pointed finger. That red coat. These images of Pelosi with Trump are resonating for a few reasons.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Trump advisers and DOJ enraged by Mulvaney remarks; Pelosi puts no timetable on impeachment inquiry
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney held a combative news conference as House investigators heard from Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Watch five of Elijah Cummings's most powerful speeches
"Booming," "stirring" and "powerful" were just a few of the ways Cummings's congressional colleagues described his style as remembrances of him poured in Thursday.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Can the U.S. protect its nuclear weapons in Turkey?
Here's the backstory - and the downside of removing this nuclear arsenal.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Canada votes on Monday. Why aren't Trudeau's troubles helping the far right?
Because immigrants and multiculturalism are so popular.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Ex-VA chief Shulkin's new book decries ‘toxic, subversive' culture in Trump's Washington
Ultimately his own staff members did him in, David Shulkin writes, turning ethics questions about a trip he took to Europe to their advantage.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Impeachment inquiry shows Trump at the center of Ukraine efforts against rivals
Despite weeks of denials from the president and his defenders, a growing body of evidence details how Trump repeatedly pushed both the U.S. and Ukrainian governments to intervene in domestic political concerns.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

President Trump's claim that ‘when I came in, we had no ammunition'
In recent weeks, the president's comments have become increasingly exaggerated — not to mention that he mixes up munitions with ammunition.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Trump on Turks and Kurds: ‘Like two kids in a lot, you've got to let them fight'
At a campaign rally in Dallas, the president thanked Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for being "a gentleman" in agreeing to a five-day cease-fire during negotiations with a U.S. delegation led by Vice President Pence.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The Trailer: Time for the third-quarter fundraising heat check
In this edition: What we learned from the third fundraising quarter, why the Medicare-for-all debate can be so confusing, and fresh attack ads in the deep South.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Live updates: Trump advisers and DOJ enraged by Mulvaney remarks; Pelosi puts no timetable on impeachment inquiry
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney held a combative news conference as House investigators heard from Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Cummings's legacy: champion for Baltimore, force of nature in Congress
The Maryland Democrat, who died Thursday, knew that alliances and respect from rivals would only make him more powerful — so his friends ranged from Rep. Meadows to Sen. Warren.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

‘All roads lead to Putin:' Pelosi questions Trump's loyalty in White House clash
The House speaker described the moment captured by a White House photographer when she challenged the president amid bipartisan anger of his decision on Syria.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

‘Get over it': Mulvaney's twin admissions put Trump at the center of emoluments and Ukraine controversies
In admitting that Trump had personally intervened to award a multimillion-dollar summit to his own company, and that the president had also used taxpayer money as leverage to push a Ukrainian investigation into Democrats, Mulvaney embraced a Trumpian tactic: saying the quiet — and potentially illegal — part out loud.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Andrew Yang
Andrew Yang, an entrepreneur and tech industry veteran, is running on a platform of universal basic income. Read more about Yang, find out where he stands on key issues and see how much money his campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Mulvaney's rationalization for the Ukraine aid quid pro quo makes no sense
What he says happened makes no sense. What he says Trump wanted makes no sense.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Sen. Mitt Romney raises a troubling theory about Trump and Turkey
Romney suggested that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan might have given Trump an ultimatum — and that Trump caved on withdrawing from Syria.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Romney denounces Trump's Syria decision as ‘a bloodstain' on U.S. history
"The cease-fire does not change the fact that America has abandoned an ally, adding insult to dishonor," Romney said, hours after Senate Republicans blocked a vote on a resolution condemning the military move.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Tulsi Gabbard
Tulsi Gabbard, a veteran of the Iraq War, has been a member of Congress since 2013. Read more about Gabbard, find out where she stands on key issues and see how much money her campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Trump's acting chief of staff admits it: There was a Ukraine quid pro quo
But he insisted it wasn't a corrupt one.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Watch five of Rep. Elijah Cummings's most powerful speeches
"Booming," "stirring" and "powerful" were just a few of the ways Cummings's congressional colleagues described his style as remembrances of him poured in Thursday.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Who was in the White House photo of the ‘meltdown' meeting, annotated
The Fix analyzes the reactions of everyone in the photo President Trump tweeted out of the White House "meltdown" meeting.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The images of Pelosi and Trump that cemented her as a symbol of a woman in command
The pointed finger. That red coat. These images of Pelosi with Trump are resonating for a few reasons.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Miami grapples with rising seas and stifling heat. But climate change won't be on the G-7 agenda at Trump's Doral Resort
Despite the Miami area's vulnerability to the effects of climate change, the Trump administration plans to keep the topic off the agenda.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Republicans block Senate vote on resolution condemning Trump's decision on Syria
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) argued that Congress has not authorized the use of force in Syria.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Pelosi recalls clash with Trump, says she was probably telling him that ‘all roads lead to Putin'
Democrats abruptly left the White House meeting, angered by what they described as an insulting and "nasty diatribe" by Trump. The White House pushed back, saying the president was measured.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Pete Buttigieg
Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Ind., would be the first openly gay president if elected. Read more about Buttigieg, find out where he stands on key issues and see how much money his campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Live updates: Trump advisers and DOJ enraged by Mulvaney remarks; Pelosi puts no timetable on impeach inquiry
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney held a combative news conference as House investigators heard from Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Kamala Harris
Kamala Harris rose rapidly in California politics, from San Francisco district attorney to California attorney general to U.S. senator. Read more about Harris, find out where she stands on key issues and see how much money her campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Elizabeth Warren
Elizabeth Warren, a former law professor and consumer advocate, has represented Massachusetts in the Senate since 2012. Read more about Warren, find out where she stands on key issues and see how much money her campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Joe Biden
Former vice president Joe Biden is running for president for the third time. Read more about Biden, find out where he stands on key issues and see how much money his campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Amy Klobuchar
Amy Klobuchar, a senator from Minnesota since 2007, easily won reelection in 2018. Read more about Klobuchar, find out where she stands on key issues and see how much money her campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Cory Booker
Cory Booker, a senator from New Jersey since 2013, has presented himself as a presidential candidate of hope and optimism. Read more about Booker, find out where he stands on key issues and see how much money his campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders, U.S. senator from Vermont, is a political independent who caucuses with the Democrats. He is running for president for the second time. Read more about Sanders, find out where he stands on key issues and see how much money his campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Beto O'Rourke
eto O'Rourke represented an El Paso-area congressional district for three terms before mounting an unsuccessful challenge to Sen. Ted Cruz ( R ). Read more about O'Rourke, find out where he stands on key issues and see how much money his campaign has raised so far.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

‘His death leaves a void': House Democrats mourn Cummings, vow to continue probes
Cummings, who died early Thursday morning at 68, was a singularly effective public messenger for Democrats at high-profile hearings.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Live updates: Democrats prepare to block GOP-backed resolution to censure Schiff as another key witness testifies
House investigators are hearing from Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union. President Trump is urging lawmakers to censure the House Intelligence Committee chairman for his handling of the impeachment inquiry.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The Daily 202: Liz Cheney rebukes Trump for saying U.S. doesn't need to worry about terrorists ‘7,000 miles away'
The president cites his 2016 victory as a mandate for abandoning Kurdish allies.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

This central claim in Gordon Sondland's testimony just doesn't add up
Sondland said he "did not understand, until much later, that Mr. Giuliani's agenda might have also included an effort to prompt the Ukrainians to investigate Vice President Biden or his son." It had been big news in the weeks before.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Trump has awarded next year's G-7 summit of world leaders to his Miami-area resort, the White House said
President Trump has awarded the 2020 G-7 Summit of world leaders to his own private company, scheduling the summit for June at his Trump Doral golf resort outside Miami, the White House announced on T...

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

What are the problems Trump told Erdogan he has ‘worked hard to solve'?
A look at a less-noticed line from Trump's letter to Erdogan.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Live updates: Sondland says Trump urged him to work with Giuliani on Ukraine
House impeachment investigators are hearing from the U.S. ambassador to the European Union. Trump is urging lawmakers to censure House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Live updates: Another key figure expected to testify in impeachment inquiry as Trump seeks censure of a Democratic leader
House investigators expect to hear from Gordon Sondland, U.S. ambassador to the European Union. The president is urging House action against Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The Cybersecurity 202: Cyber Command hacking contest aims to prep Election Day first responders
The conference marks a rare cooperation between Cybercom and ethical hackers.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The Health 202: House Democrats are pushing forward on their partisan drug-pricing bill
Republicans are irate.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

‘Your name is literally your dad's full name': Donald Trump Jr. slammed for attacking Hunter Biden over nepotism
"The last people who should be talking about the blurred lines of family names and political influence are the people currently running their home office from the White House," Comedy Central host Trevor Noah said Thursday.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

‘A giant of integrity and knowledge has fallen': Washington reacts to the death of Rep. Elijah Cummings
Congress and the nation have "lost a champion for justice, a fighter for good, an honorable and zealous leader," said Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-Tex.).

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The Energy 202: Wall Street shouldn't help huge Saudi oil company go public, green groups say
Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs are getting an earful.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The Technology 202: Lawmakers are concerned about exporting tech's legal shield in trade deals
USMCA ship may have already sailed.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The Democrats getting the most bang for their bucks — and the ones getting the least
A look at third-quarter spending relative to the polls.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Democrats donated more than $700 million in 2019 through ActBlue, officials say
ActBlue donations are on track to exceed $1 billion in 2019 alone, signaling a banner election cycle for small-dollar fundraising on the left.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

How Bernie Sanders scored a coup and won the backing of Ocasio-Cortez and Omar
The endorsements of Sanders by Ocasio-Cortez and Omar suggest that despite Warren's rise, the battle for the allegiance of the Democratic Party's liberal wing is far from over.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Power Up: Air conditioning the outdoors? Here's a window into climate change's intense impact
It's not exactly a party in the city where the heat is on.

Washington Post Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Now that Trump has abandoned the Kurds, will other countries ever trust the U.S.?
Alliances are based on trust, not just U.S. assistance.

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