Andy Kroll

Rolling Stone Magazine

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Andy Kroll is now Washington bureau chief for Rolling Stone Magazine. He was formerly a writer to the California Sunday Magazine and a former reporter for Mother Jones.

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After a roundtable discussion with Border Patrol agents, President Trump will attend a fundraiser in Beverly Hills for his re-election campaign today.

Who are Trump’s supporters and donors in California?

After a roundtable discussion with Border Patrol agents, President Trump will attend a fundraiser in Beverly Hills for his re-election campaign today.

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The Koch brothers have been big contributors to Republican candidates and causes for many years, but the one candidate they've said they will not get behind is Donald Trump.

Which Hollywood Celebs Support Trump, and Who's Willing to Admit It?

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