Shane Goldmacher

national political reporter, New York Times

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Shane Goldmacher is a senior political reporter for Politico.

He is a former Congressional correspondent for the National Journal, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, and a former political reporter for the Sacramento Bee and lead writer of its Capitol Alert.

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In South Carolina’s Senate race, Republican Lindsey Graham is facing a tougher than expected fight from Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison.

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America's deal-maker-in-chief has proposed a  budget  so draconian it's already called "dead on arrival" in Congress.

President Trump's opening offer

America's deal-maker-in-chief has proposed a budget so draconian it's already called "dead on arrival" in Congress.

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Donald Trump's choice to be Secretary of State is  Rex Tillerson , who's never had a job outside the oil giant ExxonMobil, where he's the long-time CEO.

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Donald Trump's choice to be Secretary of State is Rex Tillerson , who's never had a job outside the oil giant ExxonMobil, where he's the long-time CEO.

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