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GOP Sen. Mullin suggests Trump’s involvement in race for McConnell’s replacement would be a ‘lose-lose situation’

By Avery Lotz, CNN (CNN) — Republican Sen. Markwayne Mullin suggested Sunday that Donald Trump “stay out” of the race for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s successor, calling it a “lose-lose situation.” “My advice to President Trump, which President Trump is his own man – he’s going to make his decision, and he does a good

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Mayorkas slams Texas Gov. Abbott for saying Biden should use executive authority on border

By Camila DeChalus and Michelle Shen, CNN (CNN) — Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas pushed back Sunday on Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s recent remarks that President Joe Biden should use more executive authority to take action on the southern border. “He couldn’t be more wrong,” Mayorkas said of the Republican governor in an interview with

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Johnson gives House GOP’s Ukraine backers room to craft plan as pressure builds for floor vote

By Manu Raju, CNN (CNN) — Speaker Mike Johnson swiftly derailed the Senate’s bipartisan aid package for Ukraine, but he’s left the door open to a new proposal emerging in the House. Behind the scenes, Johnson has met privately with House Republicans who have been trying to build support for a new bipartisan foreign aid package that includes

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Six-week ceasefire ‘basically accepted’ by Israel, waiting on Hamas, US official says

By Priscilla Alvarez, Samantha Waldenberg and Alex Marquardt, CNN (CNN) — The Israelis have “basically accepted” a six-week ceasefire proposal in Gaza, a senior Biden administration official told reporters Saturday. A second phase would be worked out over those six weeks “to build something more enduring.” The six-week ceasefire would allow for the release of

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No Labels aims to swing at Biden even as its own plan remains unclear

By Edward-Isaac Dovere, CNN (CNN) — With days to go before its previously announced mid-March deadline of finalizing plans for a third party presidential ticket, No Labels still doesn’t have a candidate or a clear plan — even as it looks to take swings at President Joe Biden that its own officials acknowledge are more potent than accurate. And major potential recruits

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