At Women’s March, Marylanders say they want Trump to heed them

WASHINGTON – As Olivia Brant marched through Washington, she thought of her diploma from the University of Maryland, her three years living in New Orleans, her opportunity to attend graduate school – all possible, she said, because she had an…

Trump’s words worry Maryland Democrats but Republicans praise them

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s inaugural address did little to quell some Maryland Democrats’ anxieties over what they see as a potentially divisive administration. But Republicans like Holly Malec, who recently moved with her family to Rockville, Maryland, from Texas,…

Trump takes oath, declares Washington’s power going back to “American people”

WASHINGTON — Promising to put “America first,” Donald John Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday, assuming leadership of a polarized nation but with the benefits of a Republican-controlled Congress. Trump’s inaugural address, presented…

10 times @realDonaldTrump tweeted about Maryland

Before Trump officially announced his presidential bid, he was already targeting Maryland (and Maryland politicians) through his headline-grabbing tweets.

Trump tax plan may be a mixed bag for Maryland

WASHINGTON – A majority of Marylanders weren’t particularly keen about the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton carried the Old Line State by roughly 624,000 votes on Nov. 8, good for a comfortable 25-point win. RELATED…

Effort to link presidential election to popular vote grows

WASHINGTON –Controversy over the just-concluded presidential election has brought a renewed call for states to pass a bill making the popular vote the basis for determining the winner in the presidential election. Voters would still choose Electoral College representatives,  but…

New UMD poll has Clinton leading, but country wants change

COLLEGE PARK – In the first University of Maryland Critical Issues Poll Clinton led Trump by nine nationally. Other findings of the poll came in the fact that the country WANTS change, but is unsure whether or not the change Trump would bring would be positive.

Students React to Presidential Election

College Park, Md. — Dissent over the election of republican Donald Trump hit the campus of the University of Maryland where hundreds turned out to express their concern about what might lie ahead under a Trump administration.

ELECTION NIGHT: Europeans keep close watch on American presidential election

Americans aren’t the only ones keeping tabs on the presidential race. Europeans keep watch to find out which candidate will become America’s next president.

First Brexit, now Trump: the British feel new political quake

LONDON — It was 4 a.m. at the U.S. Embassy in Grosvenor Square, and Republican Donald Trump was a handful of electoral votes away from the presidency, a possibility that had often been compared to the Brexit vote to leave…

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