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Annalisa Merelli

Annalisa Merelli

Annalisa Merelli is an editor, writer, social media and communications professional
Annalisa Merelli is an editor, writer, social media and communications professional
Tech

The White House’s Website Deleted The Whole Archive Of Its Daily Newsletters

The newsletters are just one example of material removed from U.S. federal sites.

Management

The VA May Have Wrongly Denied 1,300 Veterans’ Claims Of Sexual Abuse

In just six months last year, hundreds of claims were mishandled by the Department of Veteran Affairs.

Defense

The Families Trump Separated And Deported Will Likely Try To Come Back To The U.S.

"There is no question that family separation was the most traumatic experience [migrants] went through, but it wouldn't be a deterrent."

Tech

A Court Has Ruled That Donald Trump Blocking Users On Twitter Is Unconstitutional

"We must assume that the President and Scavino will remedy the blocking we have held to be unconstitutional."

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Management

Why James Comey Doesn’t Think Donald Trump Should Be Impeached

"People in this country need to stand up and go to the voting booth and vote their values."

Management

Trump’s White House Communications Directors, By Length of Service

Obama had five communications chiefs in eight years, Bush had four.

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Tech

Will Trump Still Be Allowed to Use His Personal Phone in the West Wing?

"The use of all personal devices for both guests and staff will no longer be allowed."

Oversight

Sessions Has Argued Even Presidents Should Pay for Obstructing Justice

Donald Trump's personal lawyer argued today that the president cannot be found guilty of obstructing justice. Sessions weighed in on that back in 1999.

Defense

More Than 200 U.S. Diplomats, Civil Servants and Servicewomen Say They’ve Been Harassed At Work

Including ambassadors and employees of the Department of Defense, the Department of State, and the Department of Homeland Security.