New York Times

Donald Trump, in Louisiana, Says He Will End Energy Regulations
New York Times
President-elect Donald J. Trump promised on Friday that his administration would strip away “job-killing restrictions” on energy production and encourage the construction of refineries in the United States, as he campaigned for Republican candidates in ...

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CNN

Donald Trump takes aim at US Intelligence
CNN
In a stunning response to widening claims of a Russian espionage operation targeting the presidential race, Trump's camp risked an early feud with the Intelligence community on which he will rely for top secret assessments of the greatest threats ...
Russia actively tried to help Donald Trump win the election, CIA report saysThe Verge
Russia helped Donald Trump win the White House: reportNew York Daily News
Secret CIA assessment says Russia was trying to help Trump win White HouseWashington Post
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Wall Street Journal

Barack Obama, Donald Trump Forge an Unlikely Rapport
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—They had never met, and they had had only harsh words toward each other during the campaign. But President Barack Obama and his successor, Donald Trump, are discussing policy and politics with more frequency than many anticipated ...
Donald Trump taking intel briefings only once a weekCNN
Donald Trump's mobster mentalityThe Week Magazine
See no evil, hear no evil: Donald Trump is turning away his intelligence briefingsSalon
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New York Times

Wary Drug Makers Move to Fend Off Further Attacks Under Donald Trump
New York Times
If the nation's pharmaceutical executives thought Donald J. Trump would grant them a reprieve from scrutiny over high drug prices, he made them reconsider that idea in the last few days. “I'm going to bring down drug prices,” he told Time magazine in ...



New York Times

Donald Trump, Russia, Aleppo: Your Friday Evening Briefing
New York Times
President-elect Donald Trump was in Louisiana, above, early Friday to campaign for a Republican seeking a United States Senate seat. He headed to Michigan afterward to continue his victory tour. Rex Tillerson, the head of Exxon Mobil, appears to be the ...

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CNNMoney

Donald Trump's 'Celebrity Apprentice' deal may include money from brands
CNNMoney
President-elect Donald Trump's financial arrangement with "Celebrity Apprentice" could provide him with a cut of the money generated by NBC's product integration deals for the show, a Hollywood source with direct knowledge of the arrangement told ...
Donald Trump: “We Chose Arnold” For The Celebrity Apprentice RebootTIME
Why Donald Trump's 'Celebrity Apprentice' return is another questionable business decisionWashington Post
Donald Trump to Remain on 'The Apprentice' after Inaugurationsnopes.com
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Fortune

Donald Trump Bump Investors Have This Unlikely Stock to Thank For Dow Record
Fortune
That's something Donald Trump voters probably didn't think they'd say a month ago. But stock market investors who are enjoying the post-election rally—dubbed the “Trump Bump—owe a major debt to the controversial bank that became a political lightning ...

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Fox News

The First 100 Days: Can Trump really 'drain the swamp'?
Fox News
In his often-repeated calls to "drain the swamp" of Washington, President-elect Donald Trump has targeted in particular the capital city's so-called "revolving door." If there is a poster child for what that door represents, it might be former Rep ...

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Fortune

Thanks to Twitter, Donald Trump Will Soon Be the Cyberbully-In-Chief
Fortune
When Donald Trump was just another candidate among the herd of Republican hopefuls aiming for the White House, his use of Twitter as a “bully pulpit” to denigrate his opponents often seemed entertaining. But more recently, we've had a glimpse of what ...
Donald Trump's Twitter posts seem awfully close to violating the platform's rules on abusive behaviorSalon
The smallness of Donald TrumpWashington Post

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New York Times

Donald Trump's Military Government
New York Times
Having roundly criticized generals during the campaign, President-elect Donald J. Trump is now surrounding himself with them. The issue is not about getting good military advice to the president. The 1986 Goldwater-Nichols Act made the chairman of the ...
The Creeping Militarization of Donald Trump's CabinetTIME

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