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Wash Post: Trump Asked Intel Chiefs to Deny Russia Evidence
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President Donald Trump asked top intelligence officials Daniel Coats and Adm. Michael S. Rogers to publicly deny there was any evidence of possible collusion between Russia and Trump’s campaign in the 2016 presidential election, The Washington Post reported.

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Politico: Sessions Postpones Senate Testimony to June 13
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions has postponed testimony this week before two congressional committees about Department of Justice funding amid probes into Russian interference in the 2016 election, Politico reported.

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The Hill: Tuesday's Budget Release Features Historic Cuts
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The Trump administration budget proposal to be released Tuesday will have the deepest cuts to government programs in a generation, according to The Hill.

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White House Seeks Delay in Suit Over Health Law Subsidies
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The Trump administration requested a 90-day delay in a lawsuit over billions of dollars in federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act, but insurers say they need more certainty before deciding whether to offer 2018 policies.

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Trump, Netanyahu Cast Iran as Common Enemy
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President Donald Trump met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in an attempt to build on two days of talks in Saudi Arabia about a regional thaw between Arabs and Israelis.

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Trump's Budget Seeks Cuts to Taxes, Safety-Net Programs
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President Donald Trump on Tuesday will propose a plan he says will balance the federal budget in a decade on the strength of substantially faster economic growth and cuts to taxes and programs such as Medicaid, food stamps, disability benefits, welfare and student loans.

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Flynn Won't Cooperate With Senate Russia Probe
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Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn said Monday he would refuse to cooperate with a congressional subpoena, invoking his right against self-incrimination and setting off a legal showdown with Congress over its investigation of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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