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10:00 AM ET, July 23, 2017


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Kristine Phillips / Washington Post:
Read Anthony Scaramucci's old tweets.  You'll understand why he deleted them.  —  New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci hasn't always shared the political views of the administration he now serves.  —  In previous tweets, the Wall Street financier called Hillary Clinton …
Maureen Dowd / New York Times:
The Mooch and the Mogul  —  WASHINGTON — President Trump has finally found a courtier who can give him the buttery, boundless respect he craves.  —  A wealthy mini-me Manhattan bro with wolfy smile and slick coif who will say anything and flip any position.
Zack Stanton / Politico:
Senator Kid Rock.  Don't Laugh.  —  As you're reading this, odds are a Democratic operative in Michigan or Washington, D.C., is listening to Kid Rock's gravelly voice—rapping, shrieking or crowing, depending on the song—and meticulously cataloguing every single offensive syllable.
Glenn Thrush / New York Times:
Trump's ‘Great National Infrastructure Program’?  Stalled  —  WASHINGTON — As a candidate, President Trump billed himself as a new breed of think-big Republican, pitching a $1 trillion campaign pledge to reconstruct the nation's roadways, waterworks and bridges — along with a promise to revive the lost art of the bipartisan deal.
Discussion: Political Wire
Ken Meyer / Mediaite:
Glenn Beck Dishes on Tomi Lahren: 'I Would've Fired Her the Day I Met Her'  —  During his conversation with Mediaite columnist John Ziegler, Glenn Beck offered some significant insight into Tomi Lahren's departure from TheBlaze.  Not the least significant detail was that Beck apparently wanted Lahren …
Mariam Khan / ABC News:
New York Times:
Congress Reaches Deal on Russia Sanctions, Creating Tough Choice for Trump  —  WASHINGTON — Congressional leaders have reached an agreement on sweeping sanctions legislation to punish Russia for its election-meddling and aggression toward its neighbors, they said Saturday …
Discussion: Axios and Political Wire
Amie Parnes / The Hill:
Sanders keeping door open on 2020  —  in the 2016 Democratic primary and created a revolutionary movement among millennials, is having discussions about running for president again.  —  “Yes, is the answer,” said one Sanders associate who helped with the senator's previous bid …
Discussion: Political Wire
Peter Baker / New York Times:
Trump's Attack on Russia Inquiry Is From Familiar Playbook: The Clintons'  —  WASHINGTON — More than eight months after his election, President Trump still attacks Hillary Clinton, disparaging her campaign and accusing her of illegality.  In his latest Twitter barrage on Saturday …
Kristine Phillips / Washington Post:
McCain's primary rival urges him to step aside after diagnosis — and suggests she could replace him  —  A day after news came out about Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) brain cancer diagnosis, his one-time political opponent urged the ailing senator to think about his political future sooner rather than later …
Josh Delk / The Hill:
McCain's primary challenger asks him to step aside after diagnosis
Discussion: RedState
Nahal Toosi / Politico:
Dunford: Military option for North Korea not ‘unimaginable’  —  ASPEN, Colorado — Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, suggested Saturday that Americans must be prepared for the possibility of a military confrontation with North Korea, whose nuclear program he deemed an urgent threat.
Discussion: Axios
Cristina Marcos / The Hill:
House to vote on Russia sanctions deal next week
Discussion: ABC News
New York Post:
Restaurant under fire for ‘sexually suggestive’ uniforms … A small shawarma chain in Detroit is taking some heat for its “sexually suggestive” uniforms, but the owner claims he never intended for the clothes to be so provocative.  —  The female employees of Bucharest Grill …
Chris Enloe / TheBlaze:
Elderly woman angrily confronts Bill de Blasio for jetting to Germany — so he takes cowards way out  —  When an angry woman confronted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio earlier this week, the controversial mayor took the coward's way out.  —  According to the New York Post …
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John Binder / Breitbart:
Americans Protest ‘Very Fake News’ CNN Outside of Atlanta Headquarters
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Sam Webb / The Sun:
NO GROPING Swimming pool bosses put up signs banning migrants from female changing rooms …
Discussion: Power Line
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Charles Bethea / New Yorker:
What the Layoffs Look Like at the Carrier Plant Trump Said He'd Save
Discussion: Raw Story
NBC4 Washington:
News4 Anchor Jim Vance Dies at 75
 Earlier Items: 
Kristine Phillips / Washington Post:
Philippines' Duterte vows not to come to the U.S.: 'I've seen America, and it's lousy'
Discussion: cnn and Talking Points Memo
Gregory S. Schneider / Washington Post:
Thousands flock to free medical clinic, as Washington dithers on health care
Discussion: The Mahablog
Steven G. Calabresi / The Hill:
OPINION | How Democrats stole the nation's lower federal courts
Noor Sabai / Raw Story:
'This is the last call we'll have': Trump's new lawyer sends cryptic message to Rachel Maddow