CNN Senior Washington Correspondent

Obama's trip to Kenya as president caps personal journey

cnn.com — When he returned 14 years later, they called him senator, but hailed him as more of a king. Thousands of people lined freshly paved roads and sang jubilant songs, including many young boys who were named in his honor.
Jul 23, 2015

Read @jeffzeleny On Obama's first trip to Kenya as president caps personal journey cnn.it/1RVC7ad

Jul 23, 2015

RT @jeffzeleny: As @BarackObama heads to Kenya, I look back at his '06 trip, which I was lucky to cover. Read: cnn.it/1DzC1sW pic.twitter.com/ii1JeOfyui

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Coming soon to the Surf Ballroom: Hillary and the 2016 Democrats

cnn.com — Four Democratic presidential candidates are set to appear together on the same stage next month in Clear Lake, Iowa, inside the iconic music hall where Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper played their final show in 1959 before dying in a plane crash nearby.

Trump tops new poll amid controversial McCain comments

ksat.com — The Des Moines Register called for Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race in an editorial published Monday night. "People who run for public office typically perform a great public service, regardless of whether they win on Election Day," the paper's editorial board wrote.

Des Moines Register: Trump should drop out

kmbc.com — The Des Moines Register called for Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race in an editorial published Monday night. "People who run for public office typically perform a great public service, regardless of whether they win on Election Day," the paper's editorial board wrote.

Des Moines Register: Trump should drop out

wlwt.com — The Des Moines Register called for Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race in an editorial published Monday night. "People who run for public office typically perform a great public service, regardless of whether they win on Election Day," the paper's editorial board wrote.

Des Moines Register: Trump should drop out

wlky.com — The Des Moines Register called for Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race in an editorial published Monday night. "People who run for public office typically perform a great public service, regardless of whether they win on Election Day," the paper's editorial board wrote.

Des Moines Register: Trump should drop out

wdsu.com — The Des Moines Register called for Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race in an editorial published Monday night. "People who run for public office typically perform a great public service, regardless of whether they win on Election Day," the paper's editorial board wrote.

Des Moines Register: Donald Trump 'a feckless blowhard'

cnn.com — "People who run for public office typically perform a great public service, regardless of whether they win on Election Day," the paper's editorial board wrote. "That's particularly true of presidential candidates, most of whom must devote two years of their lives to hard-fought campaigns that involve staggering personal and financial sacrifices, all in an effort to serve their country.
Jul 20, 2015

Some strong language in this @DMRegister editorial, calling Trump "a feckless blowhard." Our story: cnn.it/1JdihBK

Jul 20, 2015

RT @CNNPolitics: Des Moines Register: Donald Trump 'a feckless blowhard,' should drop out cnn.it/1JdihBK

Jul 20, 2015

Must Read. RT CNN: Des Moines Register: Donald Trump 'a feckless blowhard,' should drop out cnn.it/1ecYwgB

Jul 20, 2015

RT @CNNPolitics: Des Moines Register: Donald Trump 'a feckless blowhard,' should drop out cnn.it/1JdihBK

Jul 20, 2015

Des Moines Register, in a Midwestern nice tone, calls Donald Trump 'a feckless blowhard'; tells him to drop out cnn.it/1JdihBK

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Jack McCain: Trump's comments 'reprehensible'

cnn.com — Ever since Donald Trump questioned whether Sen. John McCain should be hailed as a war hero because he was captured and held in Vietnam for more than five years, Republicans have rushed to say it disqualifies Trump from running for president. Not Jack McCain, a young Navy Pilot. He knows better.

Campaign Flashpoint - Patriotism and Service - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Senator Barack Obama on Monday rejected the comments from a leading Democrat and campaign military adviser who diminished Senator John McCain 's service as a naval aviator in Vietnam when he declared, "I don't think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be president."
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Jul 29, 2015

Best headline of day is on this @JakeSherman & @burgessev story. And this "piece of shit" lede. I miss Congress. pic.twitter.com/dWPLvAS3Oq

Jul 29, 2015

Today's absolute must-read: @jimrutenberg explores the 50-year campaign to roll back Voting Rights Act. @NYTmag: nyti.ms/1fFZFyc

Jul 29, 2015

What does @HillaryClinton think about #KeystoneXL? A NH voter asked, but she declined to say. Risky or wise? Our story next on @NewDay.

Jul 28, 2015

We break down the Keystone question and interview the man who asked it coming up next with @wolfblitzer on @CNNPolitics.

Jul 28, 2015

When we ask Clinton about Keystone answer, she says she just won't weigh in on something she had a role in like this: "I will not do it."

Jul 28, 2015

"As you remember, I lost last time," @HillaryClinton says when asked why she now talks more openly about mentioning merits of being a woman.

Jul 28, 2015

Spotted in back of the room at @HillaryClinton town hall: The legendary Democratic wizard Michael Whouley, listening to her Q & A.

Jul 28, 2015

RT @danmericaCNN: Clinton aide: "This campaign will be carbon neutral... and that includes travel." cnn.it/1OMWUaK

Jul 28, 2015

More #Keystone: "If it's undecided when I become president I will answer your question," Clinton to NH voter who asked for Yes or No answer.

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