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Alex Isenstadt

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Alex Isenstadt is a reporter for Politico.

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In the aftermath of Friday's Obamacare-repeal debacle,  President Trump first blamed the Democrats , then tweeted angrily at the conservative Republican Freedom Caucus and the Heritage…

Blame game at the White House after healthcare bill fiasco

In the aftermath of Friday's Obamacare-repeal debacle, President Trump first blamed the Democrats , then tweeted angrily at the conservative Republican Freedom Caucus and the Heritage…

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Washington is on fire with charges and counter-charges, reports and rumors in the aftermath of Michael Flynn's departure as President Trump's National Security Advisor.

A White House shakeup after less than a month in office

Washington is on fire with charges and counter-charges, reports and rumors in the aftermath of Michael Flynn's departure as President Trump's National Security Advisor.

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What did undecided voters think of the candidates’ performances in    Monday’s    debate?

Did the debate help undecided voters decide?

What did undecided voters think of the candidates’ performances in Monday’s debate?

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