Nancy Cook

White House reporter for Politico

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Nancy Cook is a senior reporter at Politico, covering domestic policy out of the Trump Administration. She is a former economic and fiscal policy correspondent for National Journal.

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Former White House Counsel Don McGahn was a no-show at today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing. On orders from the White House, McGahn defied the committee’s subpoena.

Don McGahn is a no-show at today’s hearing and Democrats are furious

Former White House Counsel Don McGahn was a no-show at today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing. On orders from the White House, McGahn defied the committee’s subpoena.

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President Trump headed off to Camp David for the weekend, where he’ll meet with Republican leaders to chart their agenda.

What the Trump v. Bannon feud means for the future of the GOP

President Trump headed off to Camp David for the weekend, where he’ll meet with Republican leaders to chart their agenda.

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President Trump promised big things in  his first 100 days , but his most important achievement may be keeping the government open.

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President Trump promised big things in his first 100 days , but his most important achievement may be keeping the government open.

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