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Poll: A third of American voters already back Trump impeachment

More than a third of American voters already back the impeachment and removal of Donald Trump, according to a new poll.


Important clues from Trump-May summit, says Virginia Tech expert

Friday’s meeting between British Prime Minister Theresa May and President Donald Trump might signal the beginning of a new era.


Poll: Virginia looks unfavorably on President Trump

A new Roanoke College Poll has Virginians looking unfavorably on President Donald Trump.


Trump, Nieto not seeing eye to eye on border wall, who pays

President Trump is saying he might cancel a scheduled meeting with Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto if Mexico refuses to pay for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.


Trump opposition can learn from Italian novelist

The opposition to President Donald Trump should look to history and take cues from the writings of Umberto Eco.


Virginia Tech international affairs expert: Unexpected benefits to Trump’s presidency?

An expert in international economic affairs says he sees unanticipated outcomes to President-elect Donald Trump’s election.


Virginia Tech expert says Trump needs to understand history, symbolic importance of inaugural speech

Virginia Tech’s Bob Denton says President-elect Donald Trump needs to be mindful of his audience on Inauguration Day.


What are environmentalists doing to prepare for a Trump presidency?

The Trump administration has vowed to gut the EPA, cancel the carbon-busting Clean Power Plan, and pull out of the Paris climate accord.


Poll: Trump still not all that popular with voters

A majority of Americans hold a negative opinion of President-elect Donald Trump, according to a new poll from Public Policy Polling.


“Seek Peace While Preparing for War”: A strategy for the outset of the Trump era

The U.S. has entered an extraordinarily dangerous era, with Donald Trump as president and a deplorable Republican Party in control of Congress.


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Survey: 48% think next president should be able to speak second language

A survey performed in August 2016 by One Hour Translation indicated that 48% think the next U.S. president should speak a second language.


Donald Trump: Ideological tests for new immigrants

Prospective new immigrants would have to pass an ideological test for admission to the United States under a proposal being floated by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.


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Hillary Clinton talks Trump

Democratic Party presidential nomination frontrunner Hillary Clinton talked Trump in a major speech on Thursday.


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Tim Kaine: Trump would pose ‘unprecedented danger’ as commander-in-chief

Sen. Tim Kaine said Donald Trump would pose an “unprecedented danger” to America and the world should he become commander-in-chief.


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Johnson, Weld nominated by Libertarians for president, veep

Two-term Massachusetts governor William Weld became the vice presidential nominee for the Libertarian Party.


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Clinton releases plan to limit childcare costs

Hillary Clinton outlined her vision to help working families afford the rising costs of childcare.


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Republicans have a Trump problem: But Democrats have a Clinton problem

All eyes are on how the Republican Party is about to implode with Donald Trump all settled as the GOP presidential nominee.


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The short memory of Bernie Sanders

During his interview with the New York Daily News, Bernie Sanders was asked to specify the fraud committed by Wall Street banks.


Trump’s toxic aggrieved-nation shtick

The key to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign — the feature that explains nearly everything else about that toxic dump — is his aggrieved-nation shtick.


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African American rural grassroots leaders endorse Hillary Clinton

Today, a group of 23 African American rural grassroots leaders from across the country are announcing they are endorsing Hillary Clinton for President.