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The Trump Administration’s Attempt to Revolutionize American Media

Scott Moore ’20 – Inside Politics Participant   Dramatic changes never simply happen overnight. In the aftermath of the shocking upset victory of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, many were left grasping for explanations and struggling to understand how they could adapt to the new political climate. Yet those who had been observant […]

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Reince Priebus: The Chief Of Staff Trump Wants, But Not The One He Needs

Emma Golden ’19 – Inside Politics Participant   The office of the White House Chief of Staff has been called the most grueling job in Washington. Not just for its long work hours (every day, Reince Priebus starts working at 6:30 AM and doesn’t leave until midnight), but because it takes a special type of […]

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President Trump Revises His Executive Order on Immigration After Widespread Public Uproar

Callie Fucarino ’20 –– Inside Politics Participant    According to the “New York Times,” which President Trump also referred to as the “Failing New York Times,” Mr. Trump has  ordered the Department of  Homeland Security to take actions against undocumented immigrants. These drastic actions include the include the removal of privacy protections for illegal aliens, […]

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Tension Rises between Trump and U.S. Businesses

Edward Bagliani “18 – Inside Politics Participant In this past week, six major retail corporations have dropped Ivanka Trump’s merchandise brand. With Nordstrom being the first to drop the brand, retail stores owned by Nieman Marcus, Belk, TJX, Sears Holdings, and Burlington have also dropped products from Ivanka’s company. White House Press Secretary Correspondent Sean […]