Trump is telling people he wants to replace Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross by the end of the year

Trump is telling people he wants to replace Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross by the end of the year
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FRI, NOV 09, 2018
Trump is telling people he wants to replace Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross by the end of the year
Linda McMahon is favored by President Trump to replace Ross, sources said. He is also considering Ray Washburne, president and CEO of Overseas Private Investment Corporation, according to one source.
Trump says he did not discuss Mueller with Whitaker before appointing him acting attorney general
President Trump says he had not discussed special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe with acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, the man overseeing the inquiry, at least for now.
Trump involved in ‘nearly every step’ of hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal: WSJ
The newspaper, citing dozens of interviews and document, also reported that Trump may have violated federal campaign-finance laws through his participation in the deals.
This chart shows how every state turned out to vote in the record-setting 2018 midterm election
With votes still being counted, an estimated 113 million Americans cast ballots in the first nationwide election of the Trump presidency, according to AP data. That’s the highest raw vote total for a non-presidential election in U.S. history. Voter participation rates approached presidential year levels in some states. Here’s how voters turned out in your state.
By the numbers: Here’s how many gun control advocates won House seats in the midterms, and how many gun proponents lost them
Tuesday’s election trimmed the ranks of gun rights advocates in the House, while Democrats expanded the number of gun control advocates in their caucus and pledged to to take action on gun control following a recent string of mass shootings.
Sinema leads in Arizona Senate race that is still too close to call amid legal battle over votes
Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema took a slim lead over Republican Rep. Martha McSally in Arizona’s U.S. Senate race.
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