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Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, pictured at the White House Sunday, defended the FDA's authorization of convalescent plasma treatment. Pete Marovich/Getty Images hide caption

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HHS Chief Alex Azar Defends Authorization Of Plasma To Treat COVID-19

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Robert O'Brien's first order of business when he took over the NSC in September was to make cuts in what he saw as a bloated foreign policy wing. Nicholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Exclusive: Iran Strike Won't Slow Trump's Cuts To National Security Council

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Former Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson's nomination for a top Pentagon job was withdrawn following smear attacks published on alt-right websites loyal to Trump. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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'Deep, Dark Conspiracy Theories' Hound Some Civil Servants In Trump Era

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Mike Lofgren, a former congressional staffer, wrote The Deep State in 2016. While the term is now widely in use, it's not in the way that Lofgren intended. He appears here on a PBS program hosted by commentator Bill Moyers. Moyers & Company/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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The Man Who Popularized The 'Deep State' Doesn't Like The Way It's Used

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'Deep State' Author Says Trump Has Learned Nothing From The Russia Investigation

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The U.S. Supreme Court is continuing to allow Congress to delegate the details on a law's implementation, but there was a landmine in the decision. Eric Baradat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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