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Is the investigative tsunami swamping Donald Trump? Does he fear the approaching stampede of House committees, Senate committees, federal prosecutors, insurance auditors, and every conceivable kind of snoop, bearing down on him?

Is Trump sorry that he ran for president –and won?

Nowadays such questions preoccupy Stephen Colbert (and provoke what may be his most hilarious and uncontrolled impression of his favorite target, ever). He is even saddened by one recent Trump moment, when all these troubles were clearly getting to the president. But it will make you laugh.

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President Joe Biden

By Steve Holland and Kanishka Singh

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The White House is seeking to improve President Joe Biden's low approval ratings by launching a campaign to highlight some of the recent key policy wins by the administration ahead of the November midterm elections.

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Donald Trump

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Donald Trump has invoked his Fifth Amendment right to remain silent in a civil case, and if he ever stands trial on criminal charges, neither a judge or a jury may take that as evidence of guilt. But in the court of common sense, we are entitled to reach the obvious conclusion: Trump has committed crimes and wants to keep them secret.

The Fifth Amendment privilege, after all, is not to refuse to exonerate oneself. It's to refuse to incriminate oneself. Answering questions truthfully, as a rule, is incriminating only to someone who has done something wrong.

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