Callum Borchers

Washington Post

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Callum Borchers is a reporter for the Washington Post, where he covers the intersection of politics and media. He is a former correspondent for the Boston Globe.

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A week after January's inauguration, President Trump talked by phone to the leaders of Mexico and Australia.

Trump calls to Mexican, Australian leaders

A week after January's inauguration, President Trump talked by phone to the leaders of Mexico and Australia.

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Hillary Clinton met with Senator Elizabeth Warren Friday, fueling speculation that Clinton talked to Warren about being a possible running mate.

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Hillary Clinton met with Senator Elizabeth Warren Friday, fueling speculation that Clinton talked to Warren about being a possible running mate.

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Monitors for the United Nations have  confirmed 108 victims , including 49 children and 34 women — many executed at close range — by Syrian soldiers last Friday.

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Monitors for the United Nations have confirmed 108 victims , including 49 children and 34 women — many executed at close range — by Syrian soldiers last Friday.

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