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The month of June, which is celebrated as gay pride month, has been particularly fraught for one subset of the LGBT community: Trump supporters. In Los Angeles the Pride Parade morphed into a Resist March to stand against the administration's policies. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images hide caption

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Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., chair of the House Freedom Caucus, speaks during a news conference in February on Affordable Care Act replacement legislation. Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc. hide caption

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Voters Back Home Don't Mind If Mark Meadows Bucks Authority

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People will still be able to buy health insurance if they have pre-existing conditions, but its not clear how healthy the health insurance market would be under the GOP bill. andresr/Getty Images hide caption

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How Will People Who Are Already Sick Be Treated Under A New Health Law?

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House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas (from left) and House Energy and Commerce Chairman Greg Walden, R-Ore., answer questions about the American Health Care Act. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Georgia Democratic House candidate Jon Ossoff addresses supporters and volunteers at his Marietta office on Saturday. Daniel Schwartz /Courtesy of Jon Ossoff for Congress hide caption

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Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., talks to reporters Wednesday at the U.S. Capitol. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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New Democratic Senate Leader Vows To Hold 'Donald Trump's Feet To The Fire'

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(Left to right) Ruben Kihuen, Democratic candidate for Nevada's 4th Congressional district, Stephanie Murphy, Democratic candidate for Florida's 7th congressional district, and LuAnn Bennett, Democratic House candidate in Virginia's 10th district. Bill Clark, Thomas McKinless, Al Drago/CQ Roll Call/Getty Images hide caption

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A poll worker organizes "I Voted Today" stickers at the Francis Myers Recreation Center polling location in Philadelphia, Pa., on April 26. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Can Pro-Trump Poll Watchers Disrupt Voting In Pennsylvania?

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump released his medical records during a taping of The Dr. Oz Show with host Dr. Mehmet Oz, set to air Thursday. Sony Pictures Television hide caption

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Pence and his wife, Karen, leave a meeting with Trump in New York on Friday. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Meet Mike Pence, 'Midwestern Polite' With An Unrelenting Conservative Message

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Workers prepare a camera platform inside Quicken Loans Arena in preparation for the Republican National Convention on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, in Cleveland. Mark Gillispie/AP hide caption

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House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin meets with reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington on Thursday after his meeting with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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A Facebook official said the company has found no evidence to back up allegations that company contractors suppressed stories of interest to conservatives in its trending topics section. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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