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    Justin Duckham

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    Justin Duckham is a Washington, D.C. based political reporter who has covered Congress, the Pentagon, the White House and presidential campaigns. Justin makes frequent appearances on FoxNews.com, where he has provided weekly media analysis for five years. In addition, he is heard on both local and nationally-syndicated radio programs. Previously, he was a music journalist, a topic in which he retains a keen interest. Mr. Duckham was a member UC Merced's founding class, where he studied history, philosophy and American studies.

    "Secret Service passes for working White House journalists should never be weaponized,” Fox News President Jay Wallace said in a statement.

    “The constitutionality of Mr. Whitaker’s designation as Acting Attorney General is supported by Supreme Court precedent, by acts of Congress,” Assistant Attorney General Steven Engel wrote.

    The suit argues that the decision violated Acosta’s Constitutional rights to free speech, due process and ultimately had no legal justification.

    Trump lead into his Tuesday morning Tweet storm by claiming that Macron is calling for building up France’s military in order to protect itself from the U.S., China and Russia.

    Trump generated attention in 2011 by repeatedly questioning whether or not Obama was born in the U.S.

    “We’re looking at other people,” Trump said

    “No matter who I put in, they go after him. It’s very sad,” Trump lamented.

    "The question is: did the reporter make contact or not? The video is clear, he did. We stand by our statement,” Sanders said in a statement Thursday.

    While Democrats will enter the next session with control of the House, including the power of oversight that comes with it, Tuesday proved uneven for the party.

    Pelosi has maintained that she wants to serve as Speaker again, but has also flirted with talk of a possible transition among the Democratic ranks.