Julie Bykowicz

Wall Street Journal

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Julie Bykowicz is a national political reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

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President Donald Trump slammed the Koch family on Twitter today. He called their influential network of Republican donors “highly overrated.”

Donald Trump is at war with the Koch brothers

President Donald Trump slammed the Koch family on Twitter today. He called their influential network of Republican donors “highly overrated.”

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The President who's picked so many fights with so many people told Congress last night it's time for a change.

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CNN reports that Donald Trump was surprised to learn he'll have to appoint an entirely new White House staff. There's passionate conflict over his choice of two top leaders.

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CNN reports that Donald Trump was surprised to learn he'll have to appoint an entirely new White House staff. There's passionate conflict over his choice of two top leaders.

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