In a CNN panel discussion on President Trump's rhetoric, GQ columnist Julia Ioffe said Monday that President Trump "has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did."
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Al Sharpton said President Trump's Young Black Leadership Summit was "shameful," and he accused the president of "using" young African-American conservatives as "props."
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Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos said Friday morning on "Fox & Friends" that he's considering withdrawing his guilty plea reached with prosecutors for Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
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A Border Patrol union official said Thursday he believes a so-called "deep state" still exists within the agency, frustrating President Trump's border enforcement policies.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders called CNN "disgraceful" for quickly attempting to blame President Trump for suspicious packages being sent to the network and to prominent Democrats like Bill and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.