Abby Phillip

Washington Post

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Abby Phillip is a White House reporter for the Washington Post.

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As he sang the last words of the national anthem before the Detroit Lions and Atlanta Falcons started to play, Rico Lavelle took a knee.

NFL players respond in solidarity to Trump's harsh critiques

As he sang the last words of the national anthem before the Detroit Lions and Atlanta Falcons started to play, Rico Lavelle took a knee.

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President Trump tweeted this morning that transgender people would no longer be allowed to serve in the US military. Thousands of transgender troops are in the military right now.

​The role of transgender people in the military

President Trump tweeted this morning that transgender people would no longer be allowed to serve in the US military. Thousands of transgender troops are in the military right now.

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South Carolina's House of Representatives argued into the wee hours this morning before voting to remove the Confederate Flag from the state capitol grounds.

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South Carolina's House of Representatives argued into the wee hours this morning before voting to remove the Confederate Flag from the state capitol grounds.

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