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The Daily BeastMay 22, 2022
Kellyanne Conway Book: Trump Toyed With Quitting After Access Hollywood ‘Pussy' Tape
Mark Wilson/GettyDonald Trump considered dropping out of the 2016 presidential race after the leak of the now-infamous Access Hollywood tape showed him boasting that women let him "grab ‘em by the pussy," according to Kellyanne Conway.

Conway, a former Trump campaign manager and senior adviser, made the surprising claim in her new memoir Here's the Deal, a copy of which The Daily Beast obtained ahead of its release Tuesday.

She writes that on the night of Oct. 8, 2016, in the secrecy of Trump Tower, she and Trump huddled around the corner from the elevator landing on the 24th floor to mull the future of his candidacy.

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Washington Post PoliticsMay 21, 2022
Biden's charm offensive seeks to bolster ties with South Korea, Indo-Pacific
Biden began engaging personally with Korea's president on the 10th day of his tenure, part of an effort to exert more influence in the region.

Democracy NowApr 28, 2022
Free Brittney Griner: Calls Grow for Biden to Win WNBA Star's Release from Russia After Prisoner Swap
The Biden administration participated in a prisoner swap with Russia this week, freeing a Russian pilot who was jailed in Connecticut on drug charges in return for a Marine veteran imprisoned in Russia since 2019. Meanwhile, the fate of jailed basketball player Brittney Griner remains unclear. The Phoenix Mercury center is one of the biggest stars of the WNBA, but both the league and the Biden administration have said little about her case since she was arrested at a Russian airport on February 17 on allegations of carrying vape cartridges containing cannabis oil. "There are signs that this is clearly politically motivated from the start, but the White House and the State Department seem to be giving the WNBA this advice to remain silent," says journalist Maya Goldberg-Safir, who wrote about the lack of public attention on Griner's case in a recent article for Jacobin. "We know that in order to get Brittney Griner home, the White House will need to intervene." Goldberg-Safir also notes that Griner, like many WNBA players, plays abroad during the off-season for extra income, and her arrest highlights the gender pay gap in professional sports that may have placed her at additional risk.
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