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Report: Aides Worried About 'Unraveling' Trump

Sources say he is increasingly 'unstable,' isolated

(Newser) - President Trump might be launching a new hunt for White House leakers soon because a lot of them seem to have spoken to Vanity Fair —and the picture they paint of the president's state of mind is alarming. The sources say Trump is "unstable" and "unraveling"... More »

Bannon: Moore Win Is Start of 'Revolution'

Alabama result shakes up GOP

(Newser) - President Trump has deleted some of his tweets about Alabama's Republican US Senate primary—but it's not an election the GOP will be able to move on from quickly. Former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, a conservative Christian who was supported by anti-establishment forces including Steve... More »

After Strange's Ala. Primary Loss, Trump Deletes Tweets

Pro-Luther Strange tweets vanished after Roy Moore win

(Newser) - President Trump was a vocal supporter of Alabama's Sen. Luther Strange during the Republican's primary campaign—which is something he apparently wanted to forget about as soon as Strange was defeated. After Strange lost the race to former state Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore on Tuesday, Trump started... More »

Alabama Race Has Makings of a Republican 'Civil War'

President and McConnell back Luther Strange, while Bannon backs Roy Moore

(Newser) - Political eyes are on Alabama on Tuesday, where a Republican primary for the Senate has turned into a proxy war. The race pits Luther Strange, who was appointed to temporarily fill Jeff Sessions' seat, against former State Supreme Court justice Roy Moore. Strange is backed by President Trump and the... More »

Alabama Senate Race a Tough One for Trump's Favorite

Luther Strange trails candidate Roy Moore

(Newser) - The fight for the Alabama Senate seat previously vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions looks poised to go to a Sept. 26 runoff election. But the path there officially kicks off Tuesday with a special election primary in which three candidates will be weeded down to two. President Trump and... More »

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