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FBI sought Trump-Cohen communications on 'Access Hollywood'

FBI agents who raided the home, office and hotel of Donald Trump's personal lawyer sought communications that Trump had with attorney Michael Cohen and others regarding the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape that captured Trump making lewd remarks about women that surfaced a month before the election, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Is Trump's base fraying?

On the campaign trail, Donald Trump famously described his core supporters as impervious to outside influence -- even when it when it came to his own troubling or divisive behavior.

White House stands by Trump's original 'Access Hollywood' defense

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said President Donald Trump stands by his original apology for his remarks recorded by the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape in which he described sexually assaulting women, and that his position hasn't changed in the days after The New York Times reported the President had privately questioned the tape's authenticity.