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The New York Times reported that the White House plans to force out Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and replace with him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
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that the White House plans to force out Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and replace with him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo. In a reversal, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Representative John Conyers to resign amid sexual-harassment allegations. Senate Republicans a procedural motion to advance their tax Minnesota Senator Al Franken of groping her. And President Trump his third-quarter salary to combat the nation’s opioid crisis.

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