Democrats push forward with impeachment of Trump

House Democrats are pushing toward historic votes on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace explains where we go from here and what effect will it have on the 2020 Presidential campaign. (Dec. 10)

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Trump vs Unknown Dem: Divided US barrels in 2020

More split than any time in 50 years, US voters will decide, a year from now, whether President Donald Trump will win his second term. AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace looks ahead to the 2020 campaign. (Nov. 4)

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Divided House votes on impeachment rules package

Democrats rammed a package of ground rules for their impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump through a sharply divided House Thursday. AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace explains how the “pure party line vote” was “extremely divisive.” (Oct. 31)

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AP Debrief: Trump allies focusing on process

AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace says Wednesday’s protest by House GOP lawmakers over the House impeachment probe is a sign that President Donald Trump’s allies on Capitol Hill “are trying to turn this into a story about process.” (Oct. 24)

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Trump wraps up wild week marked by multiple crises

President Donald Trump wrapped up what could be considered one of the most intense weeks of his presidency, marked by multiple crises both at home and abroad. AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace gives us a rundown of what it all means. (Oct. 18)

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Trump intensifies Congressional impeachment fight

Donald Trump intensifies his fight with Congress over the Democrats’ impeachment investigation, as the administration blocks a US diplomat from testifying about Ukraine. AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace analyzes the day’s developments. (Oct. 8)

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Analysis: Trump sees few limits in reelection bid

In 2016, Donald Trump blew through the guardrails of American politics. In his bid for reelection, he’s poised to blow them up, aided by the power of the presidency. AP’s Washington bureau chief Julie Pace explains. (Sept. 23)

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Trump continues to push Clinton Epstein conspiracy

President Donald Trump is amplifying an unfounded conspiracy theory tying former President Bill Clinton to Jeffrey Epstein’s death. As AP bureau chief Julie Pace explains, the president has a long history of spreading and elevating falsehoods. (Aug. 13)

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AP Debrief: For Trump, foreign dirt is ‘fair game’

President Donald Trump’s assertion that he would be open to accepting a foreign power’s help in his 2020 campaign is ricocheting through Washington. AP Washington bureau chief Julie Pace talks about the implications and the reactions. (June 13)

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AP explains: unresolved races in Fla, Georgia

(12 Nov 2018) AP’s Washington Bureau chief Julie Pace explains why outstanding races in Florida and Georgia have become so significant, that even President Donald Trump has taken to twitter about one of them. (Nov. 12)

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AP: Kavanaugh, Ford both credible at hearing

(28 Sep 2018) AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace describes an extraordinary day in Washington with U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh defending himself against sexual allegations from Christine Blasey Ford from when they were in high school. (Sept. 27)

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AP: ‘Extraordinary hearing’ set for Kavanaugh

(26 Sep 2018) The big open question heading into Thursday’s hearing for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is: How will Christine Blasey Ford will perform. AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace explains. (Sept. 26)

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AP Analysis: High-stakes primaries in Fla., Ariz.

(29 Aug 2018) Tuesday’s primary elections featured races in two political battleground states, Florida and Arizona, and were being followed by voters around the country. AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace explains. (Aug. 29)

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Analysis: Hope Hicks Resigns Amid Controversy

Communications Director Hope Hicks, one of President Trump’s most trusted aides, abruptly announced her resignation Wednesday. Julie Pace says Hicks is under the political magnifying glass, which might have affected her decision. (Feb. 28)

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White House Requests $500 Million to Aid Syrian Rebels

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The White House on Thursday asked Congress for half-a-billion dollars in aid to go towards opposition fighters in Syria at war with the regime of recently re-elected President Bashar Al-Assad.

Meanwhile, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered the Pentagon to develop more detailed plans to train and equip moderate Syrian rebels, should Congress approve the requested funding.

In a report sent to lawmakers at the Capitol on Thursday, the White House requested $500 million in aid to “help defend the Syrian people, stabilize areas under opposition control and facilitate the provision of essential services, counter terrorist threats and promote conditions for a negotiated settlement.”

The Associated Press reported that the multimillion dollar request makes up just a fraction of a larger, $65.8 billion overseas operations request sent to Congress that, if approved, would fund a number of Pentagon and State Department programs, as well as $1 billion in assistance to nations adjacent to Syria.

This latest request by the administration for aid comes merely weeks after the president outlined his foreign policy objectives during a speech last month at the West Point Military Academy graduation ceremony.

“As president, I made a decision that we should not put American troops into the middle of this increasingly sectarian civil war, and I believe that is the right decision. But that does not mean we shouldn’t help the Syrian people stand up against a dictator who bombs and starves his own people,” Obama said. “And in helping those who fight for the right of all Syrians to choose their own future, we are also pushing back against the growing number of extremists who find safe haven in the chaos.”

“So with the additional resources I’m announcing today, we will step up our efforts to support Syria’s neighbors — Jordan and Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq — as they contend with refugees and confront terrorists working across Syria’s borders.”

At the time, Obama added that he would “work with Congress to ramp up support for those in the Syrian opposition who offer the best alternative to terrorists and brutal dictators.” Now only weeks later, he appears to have taken the first steps to securing such funding.

Since nearly the start of the Syrian civil war more than three years ago, hawkish Republicans in Congress have urged the White House to take action against Assad, with Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) going as far as to travel abroad to meet with rebel fighters overseas. Others have condemned any response from Washington altogether, though, including Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), who this week attributed the arming of fighters in Iraq as the impetus for a “jihadist wonderland” there created on Uncle Sam’s watch and dime.

According to the AP’s Julie Pace, White House officials said the Obama administration would work with members of Congress and regional player to come to terms with what sort of training and assistance in particular would be provided to opposition fighters by the US.

“One potential option,” Pace wrote, “would be to base US personnel in Jordan and conduct the training exercise there.”

Also last month, the Pentagon deployed more than 6,000 Marines to Jordan to conduct drills alongside military officials there.