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    Trump Administration

    The administration of President Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States, ran from January 2017 through January 2021. Trump, a Republican, succeeded Democrat Barack Obama; he was succeeded by Democrat Joe Biden. In the 2016 presidential election, Trump defeated Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, but he
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    Biden Administration – Federal Courts

    This profile contains Biden Administration judicial nominations to federal courts. Supreme Court of the United States Ketanji Brown Jackson is a justice on the Supreme Court of the United States. She had previously been serving as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia
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    Biden Administration

    The administration of President Joe Biden, a Democrat, began on January 20, 2021. It succeeded the Trump administration after Biden defeated Republican President Donald Trump in the 2020 Presidential Election. President and Vice President Joe Biden is the President of the United States. Kamala Harris is
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    Biden Administration – Independent Agencies

    This profile contains Biden Administration nominations and appointments made at independent agencies of the United States government. Nominations and Appointments AmeriCorps Michael D. Smith is Chief Executive Officer of AmeriCorps (officially the Corporation for National and Community Service). He most recently served as Executive Director of the My Brother’s
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    Biden Administration – Department of State

    This profile contains Biden Administration nominations and appointments made at the U.S. Department of State. Nominations and Appointments Yohannes Abraham is Ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, having previously been Chief of Staff at the U.S. National Security Council.
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    Trump Accountability Project

    The Trump Accountability Project (TAP) is an informal effort by Democratic-aligned political operatives which is compiling a list of individuals considered to be responsible for the alleged wrongdoings perpetrated by the administration of President Donald Trump, possibly seeking to blackball them from future employment. The project is being organized
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    Trump-Russia Collusion Claims

    See also: For a more complete list of public figures who promoted collusion claims, please see this resource  from the Capital Research Center. Starting at least by July 2016 and continuing through March 2019, the FBI and then the office of Department of Justice Special Counsel Robert
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    Trump 2016 Presidential Campaign

    Also see Trump Administration Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign began when Trump declared his candidacy for U.S. president on June 16, 2015. Trump became the Republican Party’s presidential nominee on July 19, 2016. On July 15, 2016, Trump announced that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) would be his vice
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    Obama Administration

    The administration of Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States, lasted from 2009 to 2017. Obama, a Democrat, succeeded Republican President George W. Bush. He was succeeded by Republican Donald Trump. Notable People First Family Barack Obama, President of the United States Michelle Obama, First
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    Small Business Administration

    The Small Business Administration is a federal agency that provides financial and development support to small businesses. In the Clinton, Obama, and Trump administrations, the Administrator of the Small Business Administration has been a member of the President’s Cabinet.
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    Cities for Action (C4A)

    Cities for Action (C4A) is a nationwide coalition of 189 mayors and county executives dedicated to advancing left-of-center immigration policies at all levels of government. 1 It is coordinated by a steering committee
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    Scientific American

    Scientific American is a magazine that focuses its coverage on science, technology, the environment, and critical race theory-influenced social issues. 1 Scientific American is owned by Springer Nature, a left-of-center publishing company that
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    Centro del Obrero Fronterizo (Border Workers Center)

    The Centro del Obrero Fronterizo (“Border Workers Center”), better known as La Mujer Obrera (“The Working Woman”), is a left-of-center social organization in the Chamizal border neighborhoods of El Paso, Texas. 1 It promotes Mexican cultural
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    Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU)

    The Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) is an association of post-secondary educational institutions that represents the interests of land-grant colleges and universities that have been designated by their respective state legislatures or the U.S. Congress.
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    State Armor

    State Armor was founded in early 2024 to help states enact policies to combat the influence of the People’s Republic of China and other adversaries of the United States.
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    2025 Presidential Transition Project (Project 2025)

    The 2025 Presidential Transition Project, commonly referred to as Project 2025, is a coalition effort of more than 70 conservative organizations to form a presidential transition effort that the New York Times reported at $22 million for the next conservative president.
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    Communities United for Status and Protection (CUSP)

    Communities United for Status and Protection (CUSP) is a coalition of five organizations that support liberal expansionist immigration policies. CUSP specifically advocates for granting temporary protected status (TPS) to immigrant and refugee groups to prevent deportations. Advocacy Communities United for Status and Protection develops leadership in ethnic and racial minority
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    Florida Rising

    Florida Rising is a left-of-center advocacy group headquartered in Miami, Florida, that advocates for a variety of left-of-center economic and social policy stances with an emphasis on criminal justice and environmental policy. The group lobbies the Florida legislature and publishes an annual legislative agenda while also conducting voter outreach and
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    The Chicago Monitor

    The Chicago Monitor is a left-of-center online publication closely associated with the Chicago chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago). The paper was founded in 2012 by Ahmed Rehab and Aymen Abdel Halim, both senior staff at CAIR-Chicago.
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    Welcome.US was founded as a fiscally sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors in 2021 to pool resources to facilitate the processing, assistance, and settlement of refugees in the United States after the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan. The group has since broadened its scope beyond Afghanistan and has raised