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President-elect Donald Trump's transition team has floated Mitt Romney's name as secretary of state, and the two men met privately over the weekend in New Jersey. (Associated Press)

Mitt Romney offers to assist Donald Trump in Cabinet

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Mitt Romney went hat in hand to meet President-elect Donald Trump this weekend and offer his services to someone he denounced as unfit to be commander in chief, signaling the GOP establishment’s near-complete capitulation to an outsider who defied the party and captured the White House.

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Incumbent congressional candidate Jason Chaffetz speaks during a debate for Utah's 3rd district of the United States Congress against Stephen Tryon, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016 at Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah. (Dominic Valente/Daily Herald via AP) **FILE**

Jason Chaffetz gets back on Trump Train

- The Washington Times

Less than three weeks after withdrawing his endorsement for he GOP presidential nominee, Rep. Jason Chaffetz announced Wednesday that he's once again planning to vote for Donald Trump.

Voter Fraud Technique Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Election, voter fraud threaten democracy

- The Washington Times

"Democracy depends on the integrity of voting." So say some concerned registered voters in Ward 4, who claim irregularities occurred during June's closed primary elections at the hands of the D.C. Board of Elections.

Ivanka Trump introduces her father, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, to deliver a policy speech on child care, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, in Aston, Penn. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) **FILE**

Ivanka Trump avoids defending father while on campaign trail

- The Washington Times

Ivanka Trump hit the campaign trail Thursday for her father in this crucial battleground state and did everything in her power to avoid defending Donald Trump for lewd behavior and allegations of sexual assault that have torpedoed his presidential run.

Former Vice President Al Gore speaks as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton listens, at a rally at Miami Dade College in Miami, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016. (Mike Stocker/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP)

Obama, Al Gore urge voters to reject Donald Trump

- The Washington Times

President Obama and former Vice President Al Gore hit the campaign trail Tuesday in key swing states, urging voters to reject Republican Donald Trump -- but the president's rally was derailed several times by protesters wearing t-shirts and carrying signs proclaiming, "Bill Clinton is a rapist."

House Speaker Paul Ryan to hit campaign trail with Donald Trump

- The Washington Times

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will spend a quiet weekend in seclusion, sharpening her skills for the second presidential debate on Sunday night. Her rival Donald Trump, however, has opted for a high-profile appearance in Wisconsin on Saturday, with a special guest.