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New York Times - Politics

At Mt. Rushmore and the White House, Trump Updates 'American Carnage' Message for 2020

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A Trump-Backed Senate Candidate's Hedge Fund Disaster

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Trump's Niece Presses Case Against Effort to Bar Publication of Her Book

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Prince Andrew Sought Washington Lobbyist to Help With Epstein Case -- Lawyers for the prince consulted a lobbyist with connections in Trump foreign policy circles. No deal was struck. -- By -- Kenneth P. Vogel

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Times -- Video -- Trump Hosts July 4 Event at White House as Coronavirus Cases Soar -- President Trump hosted a Fourth of July celebration at the White House, despite concerns that crowds could facilitate spread of the coronavirus.

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With Beijing's Military Nearby, U.S. Sends 2 Aircraft Carriers to South China Sea -- The deployment of an American aircraft carrier and its strike force is often used as a signal to deter adversaries. Deploying two at once is recognized as a significant show of force. -- By -- Lara Jakes

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Trump Says He Will Create a Statuary Park Honoring 'American Heroes' -- The executive order includes John Adams, Harriet Tubman and Martin Luther King Jr. among those who would be honored. So would Billy Graham, Antonin Scalia and Ronald Reagan. -- By -- Michael Crowley

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Times -- Video -- Trump Fuels Culture War Message at Mount Rushmore -- President Trump bemoaned the removal of monuments across the country as a left-wing attack on "national heritage" in a divisive Independence Day speech at Mount Rushmore. -- The Associated Press

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New Trump Appointee Puts Global Internet Freedom at Risk, Critics Say -- A battle involving Michael Pack and a U.S.-funded tech group revolves around software from Falun Gong, the secretive, anti-Beijing spiritual movement with pro-Trump elements. -- By -- Pranshu Verma -- Edward Wong

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How the Republican Convention Created Money Woes in Two Cities -- Donors are wondering why they gave to a Charlotte event that has mostly been scrapped. And Jacksonville fund-raisers find money is on hold because of concerns about the surge in virus cases. -- By -- Annie Karni, Rebecca R. Ruiz -- Kenneth P. Vogel

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