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Sean Spicer resigned on Friday morning after the White House announced financier Anthony Scaramucci, a former fundraiser for Trump's campaign, as White House communications director. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Media, Democrats get snarky on Twitter in response to Sean Spicer resignation

"Hoping Sean Spicer finally gets that job at Dippin' Dots," CNN's Andrew Kaczynski tweeted.

Jeff Sessions praises Deputy AG Rosenstein: 'He's a really good guy'

By Kelly Cohen

Sessions also called serving as the head of the Justice Department "a great honor."

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Democrats still struggling to raise money under Trump

By Anna Giaritelli

The low fundraising numbers are the latest in a string of poor performance months for the party.

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Kellyanne Conway: Democratic donations from Mueller's team is 'relevant information for people to have'

By Anna Giaritelli

"These weren't minor donations ... These were significant donations by members of that team."

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