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Trump meets black clergy, but does not name those who endorsed him

Donald Trump met privately with dozens of pastors for two hours on Monday at Trump Tower in Manhattan, answering their questions and seeking their support. Afterward, the candidate declared the meeting a success and told reporters he saw “love in that room” – but there was no formal announcement of endorsements.

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Federal judge stops Missouri from revoking Columbia Planned Parenthood’s abortion license

A federal judge on Monday granted a restraining order, temporarily preventing the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services from revoking the Columbia Planned Parenthood clinic’s state license to perform abortions. Under state law, the clinic would not have been allowed to perform abortions after its doctor lost privileges with University of Missouri Health Care.

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A Kansas Speaker of the House?

Rep. Mike Pompeo of Wichita mentioned as a dark-horse candidate

The Republican has strong defense, foreign affairs credentials — and has sharply criticized the agreement with Iran

Pompeo doesn’t deny an interest in the post

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