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Jared Kushner fined for late financial report

Jared Kushner fined for late financial reportJared Kushner, who has spent months divesting pieces of his vast business empire to serve in the White House, was slapped with a fine by the Office of Government Ethics for late reporting of a financial transaction, according to a newly released document.

Another 17 White House staffers, including some of President Donald Trump’s top aides, filed their required personal financial disclosure statements late, according to data compiled by American Bridge 21st Century, a Democratic opposition research group, and confirmed by McClatchy.

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Trump calls for peace after Charlottesville violence — but doesn’t condemn white nationalist groups

White Supremacists in Charlottesville kill 1, injure 19President Trump called for love and unity in response to the deadly clashes in Charlottesville, Va., but offered no rebuke to the white nationalist groups who brought the violence.

"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides," Trump said Saturday during a Veterans Affairs bill signing at his country club in Bedminster, N.J.

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Mueller’s Targets Face Financial Strain

Mueller's Targets Face Financial RuinFormer Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort parted ways with WilmerHale, the law firm defending him, earlier this week. That was largely because Bob Mueller’s 16-lawyer Russia probe—which is targeting him—has shifted its focus and is drilling down on tax issues, which aren’t WilmerHale’s specialty. But the parting of ways with WilmerHale was also in part because Manafort’s finances are increasingly strained, according to sources familiar with the situation.

“Paul Manafort’s resolve is limitless, but his resources are not,” said a person close to Manafort.

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Kelly considers further shuffling of West Wing staff, officials say

John Kelley looks to more changes in West WingWhite House chief of staff John Kelly spent this week in Bedminster, N.J., pondering changes in the West Wing, according to four White House officials.

Kelly summoned aides to President Donald Trump’s golf club there to ask about their portfolios and make suggestions on how to make the West Wing communicate better and get more done, while giving people clear responsibilities and then holding them accountable. The role of chief strategist Steve Bannon has come under particular scrutiny in several conversations, particularly because he has a large staff, including an outside public relations expert, but no specific duties.

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Trump threatens Venezuela with 'military option'

Trump threatens Venezuela with military optionU.S. President Donald Trump on Friday threatened military intervention in Venezuela, a surprise escalation in Washington's response to Venezuela's political crisis.

Venezuela has appeared to slide toward a more volatile stage of unrest in recent days, with anti-government forces looting weapons from the military after the installation of an all-powerful new legislative body.

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Abrupt Trump cuts to teen pregnancy program surprise groups

Trump cuts teen pregnancy fundsThe Trump administration has abruptly cut short grant programs aimed at ending teen pregnancy, leaving the institutions that receive the funds scrambling for answers.

An office within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) notified 81 institutions across the U.S. that the five-year grants they were awarded would end two years sooner than planned.

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Half of Republicans would be fine with President Trump postponing 2020 election out of voter fraud concerns, poll shows

Trump supporters believe his liesTrump 2020 — unless Trump says otherwise.

More than half of Republicans would be fine with President Trump indefinitely delaying the 2020 presidential race out of concerns for voter integrity, a stunning Washington Post poll showed Thursday.

The survey also showed half of Republicans falsely believing Trump won the popular vote — and about two-thirds thinking, without evidence, that millions of illegal immigrants voted in 2016 and that voted fraud is a rampant problem.

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