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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Trump to Sweet-Talk Hershey, Pennsylvania

The president-elect will take his post-election tour to “The Sweetest Place on Earth.”
Source: Evan Vucci / AP

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President-elect Donald Trump chose Montana Representative Ryan Zinke to serve as interior secretary, and named retired Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg and Monica Crowley, a former Fox News analyst, for posts in the National Security Council. Trump will continue his post-election “thank you” tour tonight with a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler said he will step down in January. A federal jury in Charleston, South Carolina, found Dylann Roof guilty on all counts for fatally

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