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Former Vice President Biden Faces Criticism For His Stance On Busing In The 1970s

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President Trump speaks last week at a rally in Orlando where he kicked off his campaign for a second term. Unlike his ramshackle campaign in 2016, his 2020 effort relies on a large volunteer organization and sophisticated voter targeting. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Campaign Looks To Bring New Level Of Sophistication To Its 2020 Operation

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The executive order on drug price transparency that President Trump signed Monday doesn't spell out specific actions; rather, it directs the department of Health and Human Services to develop a policy and then undertake a lengthy rule-making process. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Trump Administration Pushes To Make Health Care Pricing More Transparent

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Trump To Sign Executive Order Aimed At Health Care Costs

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Trump Launches Reelection Campaign With Familiar Themes

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News Brief: Trump Campaigns In Florida And Threatens Mass Deportations

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President Trump speaks Tuesday during a rally at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla., where he announced his candidacy for a second presidential term. President Trump is set to run against a wide-open Democratic field of candidates, which he is trying to define as extreme. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump To Launch Official Reelection Campaign In Orlando

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Author Michael Wolff at NPR offices on Sunday. Wolff's latest book claims special counsel Robert Mueller's office drew up an indictment of President Trump, a claim that's denied by the special counsel's office. Sarah Blesener/Sarah Blesener for NPR hide caption

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Michael Wolff Defends His Reporting Of New Trump Tell-All

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On The Trail With Democratic Presidential Candidate Kirsten Gillibrand

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