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WASHINGTON ― For decades, the United States has worked with other countries to eliminate nepotism. There's a good reason for that: Nepotism breeds corruption. "You've seen it in countries all over th...
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WASHINGTON ― This week, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a referendum in which he narrowly won the ability to claim broad new governmental powers. The referendum was treated by internationa...
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Donald Trump's oldest son struck a forlorn, stiff pose for a photo accompanying a profile piece on him in the New York Times Style section Saturday that was decidedly ... unstylish. But it sure got Tw...
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Two of president-elect Donald Trump's sons think their father's tendency to name and shame his detractors on Twitter may be the right thing to do, they said during a pre-inauguration interview with AB...
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"No new foreign deals ... whatsoever" apparently doesn't include this one.
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WASHINGTON ― President-elect Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he would place his two sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, in charge of his multibillion-dollar Trump Organization. "My two sons,...
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He only follows 41 people.
President-elect Donald Trump will close his foundation, he announced on Saturday. The decision is part of a series of moves that appear aimed at resolving some of the most glaring potential conflicts...
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Daughter Ivanka, sons Eric and Donald Jr. and son-in-law Jared Kushner were close advisers to Trump’s campaign.
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Not doing his dad any favors.
He grossly exaggerated the risk that a Syrian refugee could be a terrorist.
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Donald Trump's son, a primary surrogate for his presidential candidacy, alluded on Thursday to the mass killing of Jewish people in Nazi Germany while laying out what he sees as a media double standar...
It's a tradition that has been followed by every U.S Presidential candidate for 40 years.