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Trump to announce he's still in charge of the Republicans

Former US President Donald Trump is expected to proclaim he’s still in charge of the Republican Party when he addresses a conservative conference in Florida at the weekend. Trump may also announce plans to put himself forward as the party’s nominee for the 2024 presidential race. But, as our North America Correspondent Jon Brain reports, a potentially damaging split has emerged among Republicans between those who support Trump and those who want to see the back of him.

Lincoln Project rejects Kushner and Trump's threat

Lincoln Project rejects Kushner and Trump's threat

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Can Trump get impeached?

Trump in music

Trump in music

The Trump Presidency: Republicans barged into impeachment hearing

The Trump Presidency: Republicans barged into impeachment hearing

Mouse plague ravages rural Australia

Mouse plague ravages rural Australia

Diamond fever grips South African village

Diamond fever grips South African village

Zambia's founding president, Kenneth Kaunda, dies

Zambia's founding president, Kenneth Kaunda, dies

Ecuador's oil pipelines moved out of harm's way

Ecuador's oil pipelines moved out of harm's way

France celebrates lift of mandatory mask wearing outdoors

France celebrates lift of mandatory mask wearing outdoors

Iranians ready to head to the polls

Iranians ready to head to the polls

China successfully launches Shenzhou-12 spacecraft

China successfully launches Shenzhou-12 spacecraft

Editors of Hong Kong newspaper arrested

Editors of Hong Kong newspaper arrested

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Lebanon gripped by fuel shortage

Ivory Coast’s ex-president to return 10 years after arrest

Ivory Coast’s ex-president to return 10 years after arrest

Biden and Putin conclude first in-person talks

Biden and Putin conclude first in-person talks

Turkey's support to Azerbaijan

Turkey's support to Azerbaijan

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