Josh Dawsey
Josh Dawsey
Josh Dawsey is an American journalist who is a White House reporter for The Washington Post, and a political analyst for CNN.Source
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Trump celebrates with his faithful over a chance to replace a liberal icon with a conservative on the Supreme Court

Trump celebrates with his faithful over a chance to replace a liberal icon with a conservative on the Supreme Court

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — President Trump told a crowd here he would nominate a woman to the Supreme Court next week while basking in the loud repeated chants of “FILL THAT SEAT” after jokingly polling the crowd of supporters over whether he should pick a man or a woman.The president’s upcoming choice of a — which has jolted the with about six weeks to go — took center stage during his airplane tarmac rally, with a crowd raucously responding to the president’s rally rhetoric.After the president gave a 90-second tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who after a long battle with cancer, the...

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The scramble for the rapid coronavirus tests everybody wants

The scramble for the rapid coronavirus tests everybody wants

As Abbott Laboratories began shipping its new rapid-response tests across the country Wednesday, a new flash point emerged in the nation’s handling of the pandemic: where to deploy the covid-19 diagnostics that could be one of the most effective tools in combating the outbreak. Some White House officials want to ship many of the tests, which were approved Friday and can deliver results in five to 13 minutes, to areas where there are fewer cases, such as rural states and parts of the South. But officials in hard-hit areas and some public health experts favor directing them to the outbreak’s...

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Trump weighs restarting economy despite warnings from U.S. public health officials

Trump weighs restarting economy despite warnings from U.S. public health officials

President Trump on Monday said he is considering scaling back steps to constrain the spread of the coronavirus in the next week or two because of concerns that the impact on the economy has become too severe. But loosening restrictions on social distancing and similar measures soon probably would require him to override the internal warnings of senior U.S. health officials, including Anthony S. Fauci, who have said that the United States has not yet felt the worst of the pandemic, according to several people with knowledge of the internal deliberations. Trump said at a news conference...

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How Trump decided to kill a top Iranian general

How Trump decided to kill a top Iranian general

On Sunday, President Trump’s most senior national security advisers joined him at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, where Trump was beginning the second week of his holiday vacation. The officials told reporters that U.S. F-15 Strike Eagles had just attacked Iranian-sponsored militia groups at their bases in Iraq and Syria, in response to a series of rocket attacks that had culminated in the death of an American contractor two days earlier. But privately, a different topic had come up with an agitated president: whether to kill Iranian Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani, whom military leaders...

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Giuliani pursued shadow Ukraine agenda as key foreign policy officials were sidelined

Giuliani pursued shadow Ukraine agenda as key foreign policy officials were sidelined

President Trump’s attempt to pressure the leader of Ukraine followed a months-long fight inside the administration that sidelined national security officials and empowered political loyalists — including the president’s personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani — to exploit the U.S. relationship with Kiev, current and former U.S. officials said. The sequence, which began early this year, involved the abrupt removal of the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, the circumvention of senior officials on the National Security Council, and the suspension of hundreds of millions of dollars of aid administered...

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Trump attacks McCain again, saying he didn’t get a ‘thank you’ for approving late senator’s funeral

Trump attacks McCain again, saying he didn’t get a ‘thank you’ for approving late senator’s funeral

President Trump on Wednesday escalated his unrelenting attacks on the late senator from Arizona and former GOP presidential nominee John McCain, who even in death has remained one of Trump’s top targets for abuse as fellow Republicans have repeatedly begged him to stop. In a five-minute diatribe during an appearance at a General Dynamics tank factory in Lima, Ohio, Trump argued that McCain, a lifelong Pentagon booster and former prisoner of war in Vietnam, “didn’t get the job done” for veterans while also grousing that he did not receive proper gratitude for McCain’s funeral last September....

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