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White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow speaks during a television interview outside the West Wing of the White House on May 18. President Trump tweeted that Kudlow suffered a heart attack and is hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Larry Kudlow, director of the United States National Economic Council, speaks to reporters in the White House Press Briefing room. He justified President Trump's decision to drop out of a joint statement made by G-7 countries this weekend. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump with first lady Melania Trump returns to the White House May 10, 2018, after greeting three freed Americans who had been detained in North Korea. Until Monday night, May 10 was the last time the first lady had been seen publicly. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Michael Cohen, a personal lawyer for President Trump, leaves federal court in New York City in April. His legal troubles may test his loyalty to Trump, which has been built over years of protecting his boss in part by using legal threats. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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LISTEN: How Michael Cohen Protects Trump By Making Legal Threats

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President Trump arrives at a campaign rally in Elkhart, Ind., on May 10, where he tried to fire up support for GOP Senate candidate Mike Braun, who is challenging Democratic incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly in a state Trump won easily in 2016. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Trump Is Sticking To His Playbook To Win The Midterms

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Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, both senior White House advisers, arrive for the inauguration of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem on Monday. Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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First lady Melania Trump looks at President Donald Trump as she arrives for an event where she announced her initiatives in the Rose Garden of the White House Monday. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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In Traditional First-Lady Style, Melania Trump Unveils 'Be Best' Initiative

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Scott Pruitt speaks on election night 2010, after his successful campaign for Oklahoma attorney general. When Pruitt assumed office, he also took control of the state's case against the poultry industry. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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In Oklahoma, Critics Say Pruitt Stalled Pollution Case After Taking Industry Funds

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The U.S. Senate narrowly confirmed Scott Pruitt as administrator of the EPA in 2017. It was the latest step in a political career that has focused in large part on faith-based issues. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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'On Fire For God's Work': How Scott Pruitt's Faith Drives His Politics

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Sen. John McCain's upcoming memoir, The Restless Wave, discusses the partisan divide in the nation and some thoughts on how to do address it. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Supporters of Donald Trump celebrate on election night 2016 at the New York Hilton Midtown. Despite the Republicans' current political advantage, many conservatives still feel like they are losing their grip on the country. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite So Much Winning, The Right Feels Like It's Losing

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French President Emmanuel Macron (left) shakes hands with President Trump, next to first lady Melania Trump, during the annual Bastille Day military parade in Paris on July 14, 2017. Trump is hosting Macron in Washington this week for the first official state visit of his presidency. Christophe Archambault /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'A Close Personal Relationship' Under Pressure As Trump Hosts France's Macron

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Some of the faces of this never-ending cycle of BREAKING NEWS: (top row, from left) Rod Rosenstein, Stormy Daniels and Scott Pruitt, and (bottom row, from left) John Bolton, Mark Zuckerberg and President Trump. Reuters hide caption

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