Michael Kranish

national political investigative reporter for The Washington Post

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California auto-loan tycoon Don Hankey provided a $175 million bond to Donald Trump as he appeals a civil fraud charge. He says the deal is just good business.

Who is Don Hankey, the billionaire bailing out Trump?

California auto-loan tycoon Don Hankey provided a $175 million bond to Donald Trump as he appeals a civil fraud charge. He says the deal is just good business.

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On Monday, FBI agents raided the office, home and hotel room of Michael Cohen, President Trump’s lawyer.

Trump's personal lawyer has his own legal issues

On Monday, FBI agents raided the office, home and hotel room of Michael Cohen, President Trump’s lawyer.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

John Kerry  is now Secretary of State, and today was his first day at the office in Foggy Bottom.

John Kerry Starts First Day at State

John Kerry is now Secretary of State, and today was his first day at the office in Foggy Bottom.

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