Peter Nicholas

Wall Street Journal

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Peter Nicholas is a national political reporter for the Wall Street Journal. He formerly covered the White House for the Los Angeles Times.

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Before President Trump started his State of the Union speech on Tuesday night, Republican Congress members chanted “four more years!”

What Trump's State of the Union says about his reelection prospects

Before President Trump started his State of the Union speech on Tuesday night, Republican Congress members chanted “four more years!”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In October, candidate Donald Trump said, "If Hillary [Clinton] is elected she would be under protracted criminal investigation, likely followed by the trial of a sitting president.

Trump claims DOJ investigating him

In October, candidate Donald Trump said, "If Hillary [Clinton] is elected she would be under protracted criminal investigation, likely followed by the trial of a sitting president.

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President Trump signed two new executive orders today, aimed at reshaping US trade policy.

President Trump takes aim at trade with two executive orders

President Trump signed two new executive orders today, aimed at reshaping US trade policy.

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