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How The White House's Messaging About The Impeachment Inquiry Has Evolved

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President Trump's acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney answers questions at the White House on Oct. 17. Win McNamee/Getty Images Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Conservatives Urge Trump To Keep Mick Mulvaney As Chief Of Staff

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How Acting Chief of Staff Mulvaney Has Fared In His Time In The Trump White House

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White House Labels Taylor's Testimony As More Triple Hearsay

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Trump Continues To Defend His Actions Around Ukraine

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Politics In The News: Latest In The Impeachment Inquiry

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Clockwise from top left: Rudy Giuliani, President Trump, former Vice President Joe Biden, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. AFP/Getty Images and Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Denies Knowing Giuliani Associates Arrested On Campaign Finance Violations

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Trump Publicly Embraces What Others Would Hide

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President Trump talks to journalists on the South Lawn of the White House Friday. An NPR analysis finds Trump's use of heated phrases has jumped considerably beginning in March of this year. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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'Treason,' 'Spy,' 'Coup': As Impeachment Talk Intensifies, So Does Trump's Rhetoric

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Trump Amps Up Rhetoric Against Political Opponents As Impeachment Inquiry Continues

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