Adam Serwer

Atlantic

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Alex Serwer is a senior editor at the Atlantic, covering politics.

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During a visit to Pittsburgh to honor the victims of an anti-Semitic attack, President Trump was met with protests.

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During a visit to Pittsburgh to honor the victims of an anti-Semitic attack, President Trump was met with protests.

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Historians are dismayed that slavery as the cause of the Civil War is being downplayed once again. Why is the Trump administration lauding the "valor" and "honor" of the Confederacy?

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Historians are dismayed that slavery as the cause of the Civil War is being downplayed once again. Why is the Trump administration lauding the "valor" and "honor" of the Confederacy?

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The first Amendment protects press freedom. It does not say there has to be a White House Press Corps.

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The first Amendment protects press freedom. It does not say there has to be a White House Press Corps.

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