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November 30, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


How Exactly Do You ‘Drain the Swamp’? Here Are 4 Ways It Could Be Done.” by Catherine Ho for The Washington Post

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Justin Trudeau Faces Criticism Over Fund-Raisers in Canada” by Ian Austen for The New York Times


News Outlets Rethink Usage of the Term ‘Alt-Right’” by Sydney Ember for The New York Times

The Controversial Legal Theory That Could Get Trump Sued” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

Trump Names White House Counsel as Potential Conflicts Loom” by Jennifer Jacobs and Toluse Olorunippa for

Alabama: “Bodyguard: Alabama governor spent anti-terror funds on staff” by Tim Lockette for The Anniston Star

Missouri: “Could 2017 Be The Year That Ethics Reform Takes Hold in Missouri?” by Jason Hancock for Kansas City Star


How Stable Are Democracies? ‘Warning Signs Are Flashing Red’” by Amanda Taub for The New York Times

Trump’s Baseless Assertions of Voter Fraud Called ‘Stunning’” by Andrew Restuccia for Politico

For Trump Son-in-Law and Confidant Jared Kushner, a Long History of Fierce Loyalty” by Shawn Boberg for The Washington Post

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