Harry Enten

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Harry Enten is a senior political writer and analyst for FiveThirtyEight, a polling aggregation website and blog.

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Tom Price gave up his congressional seat in the Atlanta suburbs to become President Trump’s Secretary of Health and Human services.

Georgia 6th District special election headed to June runoff

Tom Price gave up his congressional seat in the Atlanta suburbs to become President Trump’s Secretary of Health and Human services.

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On the average, national polls show that Hillary Clinton will likely defeat Donald Trump in next month's election. Trump's response is familiar.

Confused by political polling? You're not alone.

On the average, national polls show that Hillary Clinton will likely defeat Donald Trump in next month's election. Trump's response is familiar.

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Republicans have always sneered when Democrats claim they're conducting a "war against women." Now Donald Trump has inspired a war between women Republicans.

Donald Trump: Conspiracy theories and the 'war against women'

Republicans have always sneered when Democrats claim they're conducting a "war against women." Now Donald Trump has inspired a war between women Republicans.

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