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Trump ignites controversy over Gold Star families
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President Trump is creating new controversy over one of the most solemn duties of any president: speaking to families of troops killed in action. The president is also accused of being insensitive in a phone call to the widow of a Green Beret who was killed in West Africa earlier this month. Margaret Brennan reports.

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Trump Taking Second Look at Drug Czar Nominee After Report
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Trump weighed-in on Rep. Tom Marino, his nominee to head the Office of National Drug Control Policy, following a report that revealed Marino’s role in pushing through the drug industry-backed Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act.

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Trump: Ask Gen. Kelly Whether Obama Called When His Son Died
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Trump defended his false claim that Obama didn’t call the families of fallen service members by alluding to his chief of staff’s son, who died in Afghanistan.

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Democrats to Seek Assurances From Sessions on Russia Investigation
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Democrats will seek assurances from Jeff Sessions that the special counsel’s probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election is free of political interference.

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Trump Told Soldier's Widow He Knew 'What He Signed Up For,' Rep. Says
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Family members of a U.S. service member killed in Niger were “astonished” by the president’s remarks, according to a Florida Congresswoman.

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WATCH:  Outline of health insurance deal is 'a short-term solution,' Trump says
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“This is a short-term deal … We think it’s going to not only save money but give people much better health care with a very, very much smaller premium spike.,” President Trump said in the Rose Garden today.

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WATCH:  Potential health insurance deal is 'bipartisan,' Schumer says
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“I want to salute both Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray for working hard on a bipartisan solution,” Senator Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said today with regards to the outline of a health insurance deal which Senate leaders have agreed upon “in principle.”

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