Philip Bump

Washington Post

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Philip Bump is a national correspondent for the Washington Post. He is a former staff writer for the Atlantic Wire.

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Democrats continued making their arguments in the impeachment trial of President Trump. Florida Congresswoman Val Demings said, “A violation of public trust.

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California billionaire and presidential candidate Tom Steyer be on the debate stage on Tuesday because of unusually high poll numbers.

Presidential hopeful Tom Steyer can buy attention. Will that turn into votes?

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William Taylor, the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, testified today before the House Intelligence Committee. He sat alongside another career State Department official, George Kent.

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