Francesca Chambers

White House correspondent for McClatchy

Francesca Chambers on KCRW

This morning, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced a bill that would create a commission to examine the president’s mental and physical health, and explore whether or not his powers…

Democrats propose a plan to remove a president from office, but they say it’s not about Trump

This morning, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced a bill that would create a commission to examine the president’s mental and physical health, and explore whether or not his powers…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president on Thursday night from the White House grounds, with dozens of American flags behind him.

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President Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president on Thursday night from the White House grounds, with dozens of American flags behind him.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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