Rebecca Sinderbrand

Washington Post

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Rebecca Sinderbrand is Deputy National Political Editor at the Washington Post. She is a former Deputy White House Editor at Politico.

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There were the confirmation hearings, Donald Trump’s first press conference in months, the Senate’s big move to unravel Obamacare, and a big policy change on Cuban migrants.

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On the streets of New York City there was a third night of protest against Donald Trump's election, similar to what happened in major cities and on college campuses around the country.

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Donald Trump is in Louisiana today, surveying flood damage. But the political press is focused on changes in his campaign leadership.

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Donald Trump is in Louisiana today, surveying flood damage. But the political press is focused on changes in his campaign leadership.

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