President Donald Trump's administration has seen a record number of personnel turnovers in the nearly three years he's been President.

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Retired U.S. Navy Admiral and former commander of the U.S. Special Operations Command William McRaven—who organized and oversaw the operation that executed Osama bin Laden—has long been a critic of President Donald Trump.

In 2018, he called out Trump for removing the clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan for Brennan's critiques of Trump. McRaven wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post titled "Revoke My Security Clearance Too, Mr. President," leading to further attacks on his character from the President.

Now, McRaven is back with a new op-ed—and this time it's even harsher.

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People were stunned when a bizarre letter sent by President Donald Trump to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan last week was released by the White House.

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White House adviser Peter Navarro—a crucial figure in President Donald Trump's ongoing trade negotiations with China—cites a Harvard graduate and U.S. veteran in his many books about China.

That veteran's name is Ron Vara, and he doesn't exist.

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President Donald Trump infamously said that he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose any supporters.

Now, one former Trump supporter is saying the opposite:

He wouldn't support Trump again even if the President were divine.

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Since the beginning of the Trump Administration, Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) has struggled to keep her centrism from veering into spinelessness.

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The leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidates gathered in Los Angeles for an LGBTQ-focused Equality Town Hall hosted by the Human Rights Campaign and CNN.

While there were a number of memorable moments during the five hour town hall, one that stood out was Democratic Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren's response to a question about marriage equality.

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