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10:35 AM ET, September 24, 2017


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Abby Phillip / Washington Post:
Trump demands NFL teams ‘fire or suspend’ players or risk fan boycott  —  SOMERSET, N.J. — President Trump on Sunday morning renewed his demand that NFL owners fire or suspend players who kneel during the national anthem in protest, again urging that fans should boycott the sport to force change.
David Remnick / New Yorker:
The Racial Demagoguery of Trump's Assaults on Colin Kaepernick and Steph Curry  —  Every day, and in countless and unexpected ways, Donald Trump, the President of the United States, finds new ways to divide and demoralize his country and undermine the national interest.
Julia Manchester / The Hill:
Mnuchin: NFL players ‘can do free speech on their own time’ … Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Sunday defended President Trump's attacks on NFL players who kneel during the national anthem, saying members of the league “can do free speech on their own time.”
Marissa Payne / Washington Post:
'To single out NFL players for doing this isn't something we should be doing': A's player takes up anthem protest  —  Oakland Athletics catcher Bruce Maxwell catapulted himself into the national political discourse on national anthem protests, one intensified by President Trump's comments over the weekend …
Chris Cillizza / CNN:
The dark racial sentiment in Trump's NBA and NFL criticism
Sally Jenkins / Washington Post:   What President Trump doesn't get about the NFL
Warriors get shunned by president before there could be a dialogue
New York Times:
Trump Attacks Warriors' Curry. LeBron James's Retort: ‘U Bum.’
Washington Post:
Trump turns sports into a political battleground with comments on NFL and Steph Curry
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
With ‘son of a bitch’ comments, Trump tried to divide NFL and its players
CNN Poll: Opinion of the Republican Party falls to all-time low  —  STORY HIGHLIGHTS  —  WASHINGTON (CNN)There are fresh signs the Republican Party's brand is in trouble.  —  Fewer than three in 10 Americans — 29% — hold a favorable view of the Republican Party according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
Scott Clement / Washington Post:
Poll: Far more trust generals than Trump on N. Korea, while two-thirds oppose preemptive strike  —  President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally for Sen. Luther Strange in Huntsville, Ala. (Evan Vucci/AP)  —  Two-thirds of Americans oppose launching a preemptive military strike against North Korea …
Discussion: Political Wire
Brooke Seipel / The Hill:
Trump on NK nuclear threats: 'They won't be around much longer'  —  President Trump late Saturday warned North Korea's foreign minister after his speech to the United Nations, saying if “he echoes thoughts” of Kim Jong Un, “they won't be around much longer.”
Discussion: USA Today, RedState, Axios, CNBC and Mother Jones
Clark Mindock / The Independent:
‘Inevitable’ that North Korean missiles will hit US mainland after Donald Trump's insults …
Discussion: IJR and Political Wire
Associated Press:
The Latest: US showing North Korea its military might
Discussion: Axios and Politico
Lauren Fox / CNN:
Collins: ‘Very difficult for me to envision a scenario’ where she backs GOP health care bill  —  STORY HIGHLIGHTS  —  Watch Sen. Susan Collins, a Maine Republican, speak with CNN's Jake Tapper on “State of the Union” at 9 a.m. ET and noon ET.  —  (CNN)Sen. Susan Collins said Sunday morning …
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Republicans continue Obamacare repeal work despite opposition
Discussion: ABC News
Scott Lucas / Politico:
A College Lecturer Tweeted, ‘Trump Must Hang.’ He Doesn't Regret It.  —  The anonymous tip came in at 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 6.  There it sat for almost 24 hours, until Rob Shimshock, a 22-year-old reporter for the Daily Caller in Washington, found it in the site's generic inbox, an electronic slush pile.
Paul Sperry / New York Post:
How Obama is funding the anti-Trump resistance  —  MORE FROM: … Wall Street might be shocked to learn it is helping bankroll the anti-Trump “resistance” movement that's aggressively fighting policies it favors — including corporate tax cuts and the repeal of Obama-era banking and health-care regulations.
Nellie Bowles / New York Times:
Push for Gender Equality in Tech?  Some Men Say It's Gone Too Far  —  After revelations of harassment and bias in Silicon Valley, a backlash is growing against the women in tech movement.  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Their complaints flow on Reddit forums, on video game message boards, on private Facebook pages and across Twitter.
Mercury News:
UC Berkeley's ‘Free Speech Week’ officially canceled, appeared to be set-up from the start  —  Email suggests organizers didn't intend for the event to happen  —, LOUIS HANSEN | and LISA P. WHITE |
Exclusive: Trump, GOP to cut top rate to 35 percent  —  President Trump and Republican leaders plan to cut the top tax rate for the wealthiest Americans to 35 percent and dramatically reduce taxes on big and small businesses, according to details leaked to Axios.
Jacob J. Lew / New York Times:
Four Rules for the Coming Tax Reform Debate
Discussion: Washington Post
Dan Diamond / Politico:
Tom Price to halt taxpayer-funded travel on private jets  —  Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price told Fox News on Saturday that he'll stop his taxpayer-funded travel on private jets, pending a formal review by his department's inspector general.  —  “We've heard the criticism.
Discussion: New York Times and Axios
Fox News:
HHS Secretary Price will stop using private planes until internal review is completed
Discussion: Politico
Jonathan Martin / New York Times:
Trump's Big Gamble: Can He Pull Alabama Senator to Victory?  —  HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — When President Trump took the stage here just days before Alabama's pivotal Republican Senate runoff, he all but revealed his Oval Office deliberations about whether to stand with Senator Luther Strange and risk attaching himself to a potential loser.
New York Times:
At Alabama Rally, Trump Toggles Between Republican Loyalists
Discussion: RedState and Washington Post
John Bowden / The Hill:
Florida governor under fire over nursing home voicemails left during hurricane  —  Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) is facing criticism after his office revealed that four voicemails sent from a nursing home where eleven residents died in the aftermath Hurricane Irma were deleted.
CBS Miami:
Nursing Home Voicemail to Governor Deleted
Discussion: Raw Story
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