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After the Vice President, the House Speaker is next in line to be President of the United States. The Speakership is the pinnacle of a politician’s career.

House Speaker John Boehner Is Stepping Down

After the Vice President, the House Speaker is next in line to be President of the United States. The Speakership is the pinnacle of a politician’s career.

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Republican Donald Trump says, “The beauty of me is that I am very rich.”

Political Outsiders: How Long Will They Last?

Republican Donald Trump says, “The beauty of me is that I am very rich.”

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