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Book details GOP infighting over how to handle Trump after election loss

In their new book "Peril," Bob Woodward and Robert Costa document how top Republicans struggled to manage Donald Trump's exit from the White House while also trying to convince him to help the party down the road. Filled with scenes of backbiting, temper tantrums, and expletive-filled phone calls, the book depicts a GOP in chaos, desperately trying to preserve its relationship with Trump.
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Search warrant issued for Alec Baldwin film set after fatal shooting
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When Will ‘Locke & Key’ Season 3 Premiere?
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Kamala Harris still has no plans to visit border as feds confirm 1.7M illegals arrested
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'Rust' crew walked off set to protest working conditions hours before cinematographer death: Reports
Crew members reportedly walked off the set of the film "Rust" in protest of working conditions hours before the fatal Alec Baldwin prop gun incident.
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Deafening silence on migrant kids and other commentary
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Texas Police Officer Fired After Fatal Shooting of Man Following Low-Speed Chase
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Martellus Bennett: Patriots lost game due to Jimmy Garoppolo ‘being a bitch’
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Could 'Dune' stars and besties Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya be any more charming?
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Justice Sonia Sotomayor criticizes colleagues for allowing Texas abortion ban to remain in effect
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YouTube deletes rapper's 'Let's Go Brandon' song claiming 'medical misinformation'
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Psaki says Biden approval ratings low because people 'tired of fighting' the pandemic he vowed to shut down
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Whoops! Ohio messes up new license plate
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D.C. Council calls on IG to investigate alleged abuse of power at D.C. Housing Authority
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Natural resources left in Afghanistan are 'a treasure chest for our adversaries,' veteran congressman says
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Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case on Texas Pro-Life Law In Expedited Decision
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Former DOJ official Jeffrey Clark, who pushed baseless election fraud claims, expected to testify before January 6 committee
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Filmmakers, actors want safer on-set gun rules after Baldwin shooting
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