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Executive Anger: President Trump has threatened to order the Department of Justice to investigate the Obama White House, after reports that an informant fed intelligence to the FBI about possible Russian interference in the 2016 election led the president to claim his campaign had been the target of political spying. It’s not the first time Trump has made this type of claim, or this type of threat—and as Adam Serwer writes, the president’s many scandals are connected by a common thread.

In the wake of the mass shooting that left 10—but she didn’t say what that action might be. So, how can acts of mass violence in schools David Frum argues that

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