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Hope Hicks steps off Air Force One on Feb. 6 at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hope Hicks Is A Trump Team 'Survivor' And Now Interim Communications Director

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Unlike Many Trump Loyalists, Hope Hicks Stays Out Of The Spotlight

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Vice President Pence holds a press conference at La Moneda presidential palace in Santiago on Wednesday. Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Delicate Dance, Pence Translates For Trump Abroad

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In South America, Pence Discusses Trade And Venezuela Crisis With U.S. Allies

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Pence Expands On Trump's Remarks To Include White Supremacists

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Senior White House policy adviser Stephen Miller talks to reporters about President Trump's support for creating a "merit-based immigration system" in the James Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House on Aug. 2. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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'That's Stephen': White House Adviser's Controversial Style Dates Back To His Youth

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Trump Aide Stephen Miller's Combative Style Goes Back To High School

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President Trump and Vice President Pence speak to the press on Thursday at the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey before a security briefing. Trump said he would declare the opioid crisis a national emergency. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Declares Public Health Emergency To Address Opioid Crisis

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Trump Holds Briefing On Opioid Crisis Amid Pleas To Declare National Emergency

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Morning News Brief: Trump In West Virginia, Chinese Trade, Usain Bolt Retires

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Trump Calls Russia Story 'Total Fabrication'

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President Trump signs the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act at the White House in April. When they sign legislation, presidents can issue a "signing statement" to share their legal interpretation of the new law. Trump did so with the Russia sanctions law. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Like Presidents Past, Trump Adds A Signing Statement To A Bill He Doesn't Like

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