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Something unusual happened this past weekend, when a prominent group of Senate and House members traveled together to a big foreign policy gathering here: They were able to stop talking about President Trump for a few days and focus on the country’s business — and even agree on some big issues. It felt like an escape from “ Crazytown ,” as Trump-era Washington was described in Bob Woodward’s book, “ Fear .” Legislators didn’t just eat, drink and socialize with one another together on the trip, sharing a fellowship that is increasingly rare on Capitol Hill. They also worked together to shape common positions on major foreign and domestic issues, from Afghanistan to climate change. Trump wa... Full story

19 February