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9:20 PM ET, November 1, 2015


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Former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson dies at 73  —  Fred Thompson, a former U.S. senator for Tennessee, GOP presidential candidate, Watergate attorney and longtime “Law and Order” star, has died.  —  Mr. Thompson, 73, died on Sunday from after a recurrence of lymphoma, according to a statement issued from the Thompson family.
Emily Shapiro / ABC News:
Former US Senator, Actor Fred Thompson Dead at 73  —  Former U.S. Senator and actor Fred Thompson has died at the age of 73, after a recurrence of lymphoma, according to a statement from his family.  —  Thompson, who served eight years as a U.S. Senator for Tennessee, was also a GOP presidential candidate …
Discussion: Associated Press
Daniel Strauss / Politico:
Fred Dalton Thompson dies at 73
Discussion: Bloomberg Business
Bradford Richardson / The Hill:
Ex-Bush family advisor ‘flummoxed’ by Jeb's debate performance  —  Former Bush family advisor Mary Matalin says she was “flummoxed” by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's performance at Wednesday's GOP presidential debate.  —  The veteran GOP strategist said Bush's decision to go after Sen. Marco Rubio …
Discussion: Political Wire
John Hinderaker / Power Line:
It's Time For Jeb To Go  —  Until now, I have taken a benign view of Jeb Bush's presidential candidacy.  I have said from the beginning that he has zero chance of getting the Republican nomination, but he was a good governor and he has as much right to seek the nomination as anyone else.
Katherine Faulders / ABC News:
GOP Presidential Campaigns Meet To Shake Up Primary Debate Process  —  Representatives for many of the Republican presidential candidates have gathered tonight near Washington, DC to work on reshaping their party's primary debates.  —  The meeting comes in the wake of last week's widely-criticized debate …
Discussion: Politico, Hullabaloo, Raw Story and The Hill
NBC News:
Meet the Press Transcript - November 1, 2015
Discussion: Althouse
Mike Allen / Politico:
RNC seeks to blunt revolt on debates  —  In an effort to blunt a revolt by GOP presidential campaigns over debates, the Republican National Committee on Sunday evening named a new official to work with the campaigns and networks.  The RNC, on the defensive amid complaints from the campaigns …
John Amato / Latest from Crooks and Liars:
Ben Carson Wants Cheese And Crackers Gatherings Instead Of Debates  —  Ben Carson appeared on ABC's This Week and explained the problems he has with the debate format as it is.  He's not a man who has ever been involved in politics so he finds them distasteful in many ways including being asked questions about past behavior.
Discussion: ABC News and Hullabaloo
Jordyn Phelps / ABC News:
Discussion: Guardian, Mother Jones and Hullabaloo
Scott Wong / The Hill:
Ryan vows no immigration reform under Obama  —  Newly elected Speaker Paul Ryan said Sunday he's willing to work across the aisle with Democrats but won't do immigration reform with President Obama in his final 14 months in office.  —  “The president has proven himself untrustworthy on this issue …
Jeremy Gorner / Chicago Tribune:
Police: Customer with concealed carry license kills robber; 6 wounded in other shootings  —  A robbery was thwarted at a Southwest Side corner store Saturday night when a patron with a concealed carry license shot and killed an armed robber, authorities said.
Discussion: Daily Mail and
Scott Wong / The Hill:
Ryan dismisses calls for family leave law  —  New Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on Sunday dismissed Democrats' calls for a paid family leave law as another “federal entitlement,” and said his position isn't at odds with recent remarks that he wants to spend weekends with his young family in Wisconsin.
Discussion: NBC News and Hullabaloo
Jennifer Shutt / Politico:
Ryan: ‘I was not elected dictator of the House’
Discussion: Bloomberg Business
Marc Fisher / Washington Post:
Seeking America's ‘lost’ greatness and finding Trump most appealing  —  The way Joe McCoy sees it, the last time America was great was when Ronald Reagan was president, when people played by the rules.  No, it was in the '70s, Holly Martin says, when you could depend on Americans to work hard.
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Josh Rogin / Bloomberg View:
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Discussion: Hot Air
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Maureen Dowd / New York Times:
Fall of the House of Bush
Discussion: Politico and Althouse
Greg Jaffe / Washington Post:
After vowing to end two wars, Obama may leave three behind
Discussion: CNN and Des Moines Register
David McCabe / The Hill:
Trump: CNBC's Harwood a ‘fool’ and a ‘dope’
Confidential / New York Daily News:
Donald Trump's ex-wife Ivana slams current spouse Melania: 'She can't talk, she can't give a speech'
Discussion: Althouse