Opinion: How a porn star taught a law class on Kimmel's show

Making an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” after President Trump’s State of the Union Address on Tuesday night, Stephanie Clifford, aka “Stormy Daniels,” all but explicitly verified the existence of a nondisclosure agreement that has been a source of contention and speculation about her alleged sexual encounter with the President.

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Gowdy: FBI should explain 'secret society'

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) tells CNN’s Erin Burnett he saw a text message between two senior FBI officials, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, referencing a “secret society.” Page was removed from the special counsel investigation in 2016 after some texts showed a clear anti-Trump bias.

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The speech heard 'round the world

State of the Union speeches are major events here at home, but they don’t happen in a vacuum. People around the world are tuned in — especially in a Trumpian era of grandiose and often insulting language. It’s unusual for presidents to say anything other than the “State of our Union is strong” — it’s politically dangerous and makes the country look vulnerable.

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Psaki: No, President Trump, we won't get fooled again

He did it. President Donald Trump stood in front of a teleprompter and read a speech that at many times sounded like it was about the leadership, tolerance and moral compass — of another President. Now that the pomp and circumstance of his first State of the Union speech is over, the most important question we should be asking ourselves is what is next?

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