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Paula Reid is an American journalist and attorney who is the CBS News White House Correspondent. She appears regularly on CBS Evening News, Face the Nation, and CBS This Morning. She is also a fill-in anchor on CBSN.

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New details emerge from another New York Times report on President Trump’s taxes

The New York Times released another report on President Trump's taxes and how his hit reality TV show helped him rake in millions of dollars. Paula Reid reports.
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Trump denies New York Times report on his taxes ahead of first presidential debate

President Trump is on the defensive after a New York Times article revealed information about his tax records that he has spent years concealing. The Times report comes ahead of the first presidential..
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Trump attacks New York Times report alleging he avoided paying taxes for years

President Trump in a press conference on Sunday denied a New York Times report that alleged he avoided paying income taxes for years, and only paid $750 in income taxes in 2016 and 2017. Paula Reid..
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death reshapes political landscape

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become a top campaign issue. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid and Boston Globe deputy Washington bureau chief Liz Goodwin spoke..
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's civil rights legacy remembered

The nation mourns the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an icon of the Supreme Court and one of the fiercest champions for civil rights ever to occupy a position within the nation's highest court...
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Trump prepares list of contenders to fill Supreme Court vacancy

The Supreme Court vacancy gives the president a chance to reframe the 2020 campaign. President Trump is preparing his list of contenders to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacated seat. Paula Reid..
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Remembering the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87 after battling pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg was an icon in the fight for women’s rights even before she became a Supreme Court..
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Ginsburg's death ushers new battle into chaotic 2020 election cycle

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87. While tributes from across the nation poured in over the icon's death, a partisan battle over who will fill her seat on the court is..
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President Trump says there will be enough vaccine available by April

President Trump said Friday that there will be enough vaccine available to protect every American against the virus by April. His claim comes two days after he criticized CDC Director Dr. Robert..
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Former Pence adviser criticizes Trump administration's response to COVID-19

President Trump is at odds with the nation's top health officials over the timing of coronavirus vaccine. It comes as a former adviser Vice Pence Mike Pence who was on the Coronavirus Task Force..
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Rising tensions between Trump and CDC chief over vaccine timeline

There are rising tensions between President Trump and his CDC chief, Robert Redfield. Paula Reid reports.
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Trump and CDC Director contradict each other on masks and vaccines

The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a coronavirus vaccine won't be widely available until next year. But his timeline stands in stark contrast to what President Trump has..
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CDC director contradicts Trump on vaccine timeline and face masks

CDC director Robert Redfield contradicted President Trump during sworn testimony Wednesday. Redfield said face masks are an effective tool in fighting the coronavirus and a vaccine would not be widely..
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Israel signs diplomatic accord with Arab nations at White House

President Trump called Israel's normalization of ties with Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates the beginning of a new era in the region. Paula Reid reports.
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Biden calls Trump a "climate arsonist" amid historic wildfires

The growing number of wildfires has been linked to global warming, but President Trump disputes the science and instead blames poor state management of the fires. Paula Reid reports.
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Trump speaks at 9/11 ceremony in Shanksville, Pennsylvania

President Trump delivered a speech in Pennsylvania today honoring the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN to recap his remarks and..
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President Trump pushes back on recordings about downplaying coronavirus: "I didn't lie"

President Trump is denying that he lied about COVID-19 to the public, despite being heard on recordings obtained by the Washington Post admitting the severity of the virus. His political opponents,..
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Trump defends his comments downplaying coronavirus threat

President Trump is standing by his decision to downplay the threat of the coronavirus in the early days of the pandemic, saying he was trying to avoid panic. CBS News White House correspondent Paula..
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New book reveals President Trump admitted to downplaying severity of coronavirus to avoid panic

President Trump has been caught on tape admitting he knew how deadly the coronavirus was back in February, despite public statements. In audio recordings obtained by the Washington Post, Mr. Trump..
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Woodward tapes show Trump knew the dangers of COVID-19 but downplayed it

A new book by journalist Bob Woodward details new information about what President Trump knew about the severity of the coronavirus back in February. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins..
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Trump responds to campaign cash-flow, defamation lawsuit and more

President Trump says he'd be willing to put forward some of his own money to fund his reelection run if needed. His announcement comes amid reports that his campaign is facing financial problems. CBS..
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“Tiger King” Joe Exotic writes Trump handwritten letter in pardon application

Joseph Maldonado-Passage, better known as “Joe Exotic,” is asking President Trump for a pardon. His application, which includes a handwritten letter, is set to be hand-delivered to the White House..
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President Trump, former Vice President Biden target battleground states 8 weeks before election

With just eight weeks ahead of the election, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are honing their attention on key battleground states. Mr. Trump attacked Biden's record in North..
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Trump and Biden spar over coronavirus vaccine push

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says he would want to hear from scientists, not just President Trump, about the safety of any potential coronavirus vaccine. President Trump says Biden's..
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Trump, Biden tension escalates as campaigns prepare for home stretch

With just 56 days until Election Day, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden sparred over vaccines and the military. Paula Reid reports from the White House.
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Michael Cohen claims President Trump will do anything to win the 2020 election

Michael Cohen says President Trump is a "liar" and a "cheat" in a damning new tell-all book. Paula Reid reports.
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Trump appears to joke with Putin: "Don't meddle in the election"

President Trump met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan, where Mr. Trump appeared to make a joke about election meddling. CBS News White House correspondent Paula..
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As government shutdown nears two-week mark, Trump to meet with Speaker Nancy Pelosi

President Trump and congressional leaders are meeting to discuss a possible deal to end the partial government shutdown. So far, neither party has been willing to compromise. CBS News Washington..
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Hundreds of former DOJ officials call for Attorney General William Barr's resignation

More than 1,100 former Department of Justice officials are calling on Attorney General William Barr to step down. In a letter, former employees cite the department's recent intervention in the..
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President Trump visits Kenosha after protests against police shooting of Jacob Blake

President Trump on Tuesday visited visited Kenosha, Wisconsin, following protests against the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Mr. Trump toured businesses damaged during the unrest and thanked law..
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Joe Biden accuses Trump of provoking violence and poisoning democracy

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden accused President Trump of fanning the flames of violence in the U.S. rather than fighting them. Paula Reid has more details.
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President Trump returns to campaign trail in New Hampshire

President Trump travels to a gulf coast today that is reeling from Hurricane Laura. The visits come after his acceptance speech of the Republican Nomination on the White House Lawn. But the president's..
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Trump to hold rally in New Hampshire after wrapping up RNC

President Trump is holding a campaign rally in New Hampshire Friday evening, just a day after giving his big speech at the Republican National Convention. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid..
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Trump attacks Biden as RNC wraps, turning White House Lawn into campaign-style venue

In his speech accepting the Republican Party's nomination for a second term, President Trump addressed the coronavirus pandemic and repeatedly attacked his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden. The event was..
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Pence pitches President Trump as "law and order" leader

President Trump will close out the 2020 Republican National Convention tonight in Charlotte, North Carolina. This comes after Vice President Mike Pence spoke last night and praised the president as the..
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Pence attacks Biden at RNC, calls for “law and order” amid protests

On the third night of the Republican National Convention, Vice President Mike Pence formally accepted the vice presidential nomination and called for "law and order" in cities as he spoke about..
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Republican National Convention to go on amid hurricane threat

With President Trump largely focused on the Republican National Convention this week, he has shown a noticeable lack of public interest in preparations for the hurricane nearing the U.S. Gulf Coast...
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Republicans cast dark vision of Biden in RNC's opening night

President Trump had promised a more optimistic vision of America at the Republican National Convention. But on opening night, many speakers warned of a grim future if Joe Biden takes office. CBS News..
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Trump's sister disparages him in secretly-taped recordings

President Trump's older sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, a retired federal judge, has not spoken out against him in public but appears to have made some harsh comments in private conversations that were..
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Kellyanne Conway leaving Trump administration by end of month

Longtime Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway has announced she's leaving the administration to spend more time with her family. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest.
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Top Trump aide Kellyanne Conway to leave White House post

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Sunday night she would step down at the end of August to focus on her family. The announcement comes as President Trump prepares for the first night of the..
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Trump authorizes controversial COVID-19 treatment

President Trump has announced an emergency use authorization of a controversial treatment for COVID-19. It comes on the eve of the Republican National Convention. Paula Reid reports.
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Trump slams Biden as he accepts Democratic nomination

President Trump took aim at Joe Biden on the final day of the Democratic National Convention. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN with that plus more on the charges against former..
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Former Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon arrested on fraud charges

One of the president's closest former associates, Steve Bannon, is out on bond Friday after being arrested on fraud charges over an alleged scheme connected to the president's long-promised border..
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Trump says he feels "very badly" for Steve Bannon

President Trump said he feels "very badly" for Steve Bannon after his former adviser was arrested on fraud charges today. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN to talk about the..
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Dr. Anthony Fauci recovering from surgery on vocal cord

The nation's top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, a key player in the nation's coronavirus response, is home recovering from surgery to remove a polyp from his vocal cord. CBS News White..
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U.S. Postal Service pauses controversial changes ahead of election

The U.S. Postal Service is pausing controversial changes that had drawn criticism from many Democrats as more people are expected to vote-by-mail in November. CBS News White House correspondent Paula..
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Postmaster General Louis DeJoy halts changes to Postal Service until after 2020 election

The Postmaster general is under fire Wednesday morning for changes he's made to the Postal Service. This comes as at least 20 state attorneys general agree to sue. Paula Reid reports.
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CBS News questions Trump on oleandrin

President Trump told CBS News' Paula Reid on Monday that the administration would "look at" the untested plant extract oleandrin as a possible coronavirus therapy. "I've heard of it," he said, adding,..
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President Trump blasts U.S. Postal Service, claims loss in November means election is rigged

As President Trump campaigned in Wisconsin on Monday, he railed against mail-in voting and the embattled U.S. Postal Service. Paula Reid reports.
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