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Sunday shows - Leaked audio of Trump's sister reverberates

Multiple figures close to President TrumpDonald John TrumpJudge rules to not release Russia probe documents over Trump tweets Trump and advisers considering firing FBI director after election: WaPo Obama to campaign for Biden in Florida MORE appeared on the Sunday political talk shows and dismissed leaked audio in which his sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, said the president "has no principles" and lies.

A $25B Democratic bill that passed the House on Saturday to fund the U.S. Postal Service and this week's Republican National Convention were also discussed

Read The Hill's complete coverage below.

Meadows on leaked audio from Trump's sister: 'Just another day and another attack'
By JUSTINE COLEMAN 
 
White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark Randall MeadowsJudge rules to not release Russia probe documents over Trump tweets Trump and advisers considering firing FBI director after election: WaPo On The Money: Power players play chess match on COVID-19 aid | Pelosi bullish, Trump tempers optimism | Analysis: Nearly 1M have run out of jobless benefits MORE said Sunday that the leaked audio from President Trump’s sister is “just another day and another attack” on the commander-in-chief.

Meadows told ABC’s “This Week” that the recording of Maryanne Trump Barry slamming her younger brother, which was obtained by The Washington Post, represents “politics as usual.” 
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Trump campaign adviser dismisses leaked Maryanne Trump Barry recording as 'sibling rivalry'
By JOHN BOWDEN
 
"Sibling rivalries are nothing new in the world. It’s been going on since the beginning of time, in fact, we heard some pretty pointed commentary from Malik Obama about former President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaObama to campaign for Biden in Florida Jaime Harrison on Lindsey Graham postponing debate: 'He's on the verge of getting that one-way ticket back home' Quinnipiac poll reports Biden leading Trump by 8 points in Pennsylvania MORE," Jason Miller said. "And so, this is something unfortunately when you get to the White House you have family members who sometimes decide to voice their sibling rivalries or frustrations."
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Trump coronavirus therapeutic announcement intended to put the 'heat' on bureaucrats, Meadows says
By JUSTINE COLEMAN
 
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Sunday that President Trump’s planned announcement regarding a "breakthrough" coronavirus therapeutic Sunday evening is intended to put the “heat” on bureaucrats.
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Meadows: Democrats' Postal Service funding bill meant to make a political statement
By ZACK BUDRYK
 
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Sunday decried Democratic leaders’ legislation on U.S. Postal Service funding, calling it a “political statement.”
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Scaramucci says Trump will display 'classic narcissism' at Republican convention
By JOHN BOWDEN
 
Former White House communications director Anthony ScaramucciAnthony ScaramucciSunday shows preview: Coronavirus cases surge in the Midwest; Trump hits campaign trail after COVID-19 John Kelly called Trump 'the most flawed person' he's ever met: report C-SPAN's Steve Scully suspended after admitting to lying about Twitter hack MORE said Sunday that his former boss will display his "classic narcissism" by dominating the stage every night during this week's Republican National Convention.
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Buttigieg says differences between Biden and Trump are 'almost punching us in the face'
By JUSTINE COLEMAN 
 
Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegLGBTQ voters must show up at the polls, or risk losing progress Buttigieg says it's time to 'turn the page' on Trump administration Sunday shows preview: Coronavirus cases surge in the Midwest; Trump hits campaign trail after COVID-19 MORE said Sunday that the differences between Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump and advisers considering firing FBI director after election: WaPo Obama to campaign for Biden in Florida Supreme Court reinstates ban on curbside voting in Alabama MORE and President Trump are so stark that they are "almost punching us in the face.”
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GOP chairwoman dismisses health concerns stemming from Republican convention
By ZACK BUDRYK
 
“We tested everybody before they came to Charlotte, we tested everybody onsite,” Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDanielRonna Romney McDanielTrump's scorched earth style overshadows campaign's message in final weeks Sunday shows - Trump Michigan rally grabs the spotlight RNC chairwoman: Republicans should realize distancing themselves from Trump 'is hurting themselves in the long run' MORE said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “We are doing things that allow people to live their lives, have a convention and do it in a healthy and safe way, which most Americans are doing.”
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Pelosi hits Trump, White House over stalled coronavirus negotiations
By JOHN BOWDEN 
 
Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiTrump and advisers considering firing FBI director after election: WaPo On The Money: Power players play chess match on COVID-19 aid | Pelosi bullish, Trump tempers optimism | Analysis: Nearly 1M have run out of jobless benefits Overnight Health Care: CDC expands definition of 'close contact' after COVID-19 report | GOP coronavirus bill blocked in Senate | OxyContin maker agrees to B settlement with Trump administration MORE (D-Calif.) ripped President Trump on Sunday over the lack of progress made on negotiations for another coronavirus relief package, accusing him of being uninterested in the plan's larger details.
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Economist Moore predicts 'exuberance' in financial markets if coronavirus cases decline, schools reopen
By J. EDWARD MORENO 
 
Economist Stephen MooreStephen MooreSunday shows - Trump Michigan rally grabs the spotlight Moore: Trump has to be on 'best behavior' for final presidential debate If the election depends on the economy, the results favor Trump MORE said a potential decline in coronavirus cases and the reopening of schools could lead to an “exuberance” in financial markets.
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Deputy campaign manager says Biden has not been tested for COVID-19
By JUSTINE COLEMAN
 
Kate Bedingfield told ABC’s “This Week” that Biden has not been tested after the campaign declined to answer this week whether or not he received a test. 
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Acting DHS chief says he has no authority to send agents to polling stations after Trump comments
By JUSTIN WISE
 
Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad WolfChad WolfVoting rights group files suit against Trump, administration officials alleging voter intimidation Business groups, universities file lawsuit over new rules targeting H-1B visas US extends Mexico, Canada border closures MORE said Sunday that DHS has no authority to send federal agents to oversee polling locations in November, despite President Trump's vow to have a federal law enforcement presence at the polls on Election Day.
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Top DHS official denies Trump avoided Russian election interference talks
By JOHN BOWDEN 
 
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf fired back against reports indicating that President Trump had avoided conversations about or pressured aides not to bring up Russian election meddling during White House briefings.
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Top Senate Intel Democrat worried Americans may 'unwittingly' promote Russian disinformation campaign
By JUSTINE COLEMAN 
 
Sen. Mark WarnerMark Robert WarnerIntel officials say Iran, Russia seeking to influence election Senate Intel leaders warn of election systems threats GOP coronavirus bill blocked as deal remains elusive MORE (D-Va.), the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said Sunday he is worried that Americans may “unwittingly” be promoting a Russian disinformation campaign designed to interfere with the 2020 presidential election.
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Comey: Bannon in 'a world of trouble'
By ZACK BUDRYK
 
Former FBI director James ComeyJames Brien ComeyTrump and advisers considering firing FBI director after election: WaPo Trump remarks put pressure on Barr Ex-deputy attorney general says Justice Dept. 'will ignore' Trump's threats against political rivals MORE said Sunday that former White House strategist Steve BannonStephen (Steve) Kevin BannonRatcliffe, Schiff battle over Biden emails, politicized intelligence Juan Williams: Trump's search for dirt falls flat Sunday shows preview: Coronavirus cases surge in the Midwest; Trump hits campaign trail after COVID-19 MORE was in “a world of trouble” following his indictment on fraud charges.
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