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Donald Trump's former longtime lawyer, Michael Cohen, acknowledged his involvement in a scheme to inflate online poll results for Trump in order to make it appear he had more political support. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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President Trump's approval rating is slipping, and it's largely because of cracks among his base. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Poll: Trump Approval Down, Slips With Base

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Harris County, Texas, one of the most diverse urban areas of the country, now has 19 African-American women on the bench. The group calls itself "Black Girl Magic." Harris County Democratic Party hide caption

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Meet 'Black Girl Magic,' The 19 African-American Women Elected As Judges In Texas

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Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, looks on during a press conference on Capitol Hill in December 2018. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Nov. 2018: Sherrod Brown Discusses Possible 2020 Bid

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, has announced she's running for president in 2020. The 37-year-old Gabbard said in a CNN interview slated to air Saturday night that she will be formally announcing her candidacy within the week. Marco Garcia/AP hide caption

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North Carolina 9th district Republican congressional candidate Mark Harris, with his wife Beth, claims victory in his congressional race in Monroe, N.C. The race, however, has yet to be certified as authorities look into fraud claims in the eastern part of the district. Nell Redmond/AP hide caption

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'Whatever It Took': Republican Mark Harris' Path To The Election That Won't End

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Supporters of Missouri's redistricting ballot measure hold signs behind former state Sen. Bob Johnson during a news conference in Jefferson City, Mo., in August. David A. Lieb/AP hide caption

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Missouri Voters Backed An Anti-Gerrymandering Measure; Lawmakers Want To Undo It

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People walk in front of Venezuela's Supreme Court of Justice, in Caracas. Venezuelan Justice Christian Zerpa left the country for the U.S., denouncing the re-election of President Nicolás Maduro. Marco Bello/Reuters hide caption

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California Gov. Jerry Brown, left, and Governor-elect Gavin Newsom emerge from the Governor's office to talk with reporters after meeting at the Capitol. Newsom will be sworn into office Monday Jan. 7, 2019. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Passing The Torch, California Gov. Jerry Brown Tells Newsom, 'Don't Screw It Up'

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House Democratic Leadership Top row: House Majority Whip James Clyburn of South Carolina (left), Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California, Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries of New York. Bottom row: Assistant House Speaker Ben Ray Lujan of New Mexico (left), Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland and Congressional Campaign Committee Chairwoman Cheri Bustos of Illinois. Saul Loeb/AFP; Mandel Ngan/AFP (2); Drew Angerer; Zach Gibson/AFP; Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Rep. John Sarbanes, D-Md., speaks during a news conference to unveil House Democrats' anti-corruption bill, the For the People Act, at the U.S. Capitol on Friday. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Donald Trump accepts the 2016 GOP presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Some party activists want to prevent a primary challenge to Trump in 2020. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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