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The groups said the mailing “creates a fear among individuals and communities that they must respond to the official Census."
One Twitter user summed it up: "I don’t know if you quite understand what nepotism means, Niece of Mitt Romney."
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate had previously said she would skip them only for the primary.
GOP officials claim the impeachment inquiry into Trump “supercharged” the president’s fundraising efforts.
One of the guards captured on videotape in a violent scuffle became Trump's director of Oval Office operations.
"The Republican Party would rather disadvantage their own candidates” than risk any of them taking a stand against Trump, Maddow said.
Her resignation comes as the president found she shared details about the Trump family and Oval Office operations to reporters, The New York Times reported.
The Democratic frontrunner's foot-in-mouth moments are piling up.
Michael Steele warned that the president’s claim that Jewish Americans who vote for Democrats are disloyal is “just the warmup.”
At least 20 stations published online articles on the campaign's "Keep America Great" hat, some asking readers on social media whether they would buy it.
"We have to hold our elected officials accountable," Kate Brown said.
The law would require Trump to release his tax returns in order to appear on the state's primary ballot next year.
The logo for the Republican National Convention in Charlotte has people thinking of Lovecraft, mind flayers and Hydra.
President Donald Trump’s racist and xenophobic statements have drawn official condemnation from a city that is now predominantly black and Latino.
The former Republican National Committee staffer joins Hope Hicks at the Trump-friendly media conglomerate.
An RNC fundraiser could put hundreds of thousands of dollars into his own business, while the getaway will bring his taxpayer-paid golf tab to $109.2 million.
Trump and GOP officials ignored an existing system that already has thousands of Republican candidates as clients.
“House Republicans are running on racism, plain and simple."
“I don’t know who all of these people talking to him, telling him this information that he’s now spewing up," Steele told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace.