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10:10 AM ET, July 13, 2018

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Tom Newton Dunn / The Sun:
TRUMP'S BREXIT BLAST I told May how to do Brexit but she wrecked it — the US trade deal is off, says Donald Trump  —  In a world-exclusive interview with The Sun, the US President said Theresa May had ignored his advice by opting for a soft Brexit strategy  —  DONALD Trump today accuses …
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New York Times:
With May's Government Teetering, Trump Gives It a Shove  —  LONDON — President Trump put his brand of confrontational and disruptive diplomacy on full display Thursday, unsettling NATO allies with a blustering performance in Brussels and then, in a remarkable breach of protocol …
Scotsman:
Leader comment: A denunciation of Donald Trump  —  Sorry, we're having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can  —  Waiting for Video...  Donald Trump, due to arrive in the UK later today, is a racist, a serial liar, and either a sex abuser …
Discussion: Mother Jones, Joe.My.God. and Mediaite
Tom Newton Dunn / The Sun:
PROTESTERS BRUSHED OFF Donald Trump ‘feels unwelcome’ in London but insists real Brits ‘love the President’
Gabriela Galindo / Politico:
Donald Trump, Theresa May and a ‘wrecked Brexit’
Discussion: Axios and Washington Post
William Davies / New York Times:
Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and the Rise of Radical Incompetence
Louis Nelson / Politico:
After criticizing May, Trump says relationship with UK ‘very, very strong’
Discussion: ABC News
John Wagner / Washington Post:
Giuliani says Mueller probe results should be dismissed after Strzok testimony  —  President Trump's lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani said Friday that congressional testimony by FBI agent Peter Strzok demonstrated such a bias against Trump that the results of the investigation being led …
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Jeremy Stahl / Slate:
The Peter Strzok Hearing Was a Total Fiasco, but One Moment Was Particularly Unreal  —  On Thursday, the House Oversight and Government Reform and the House Judiciary committees held a joint hearing on the Clinton email investigation in which they questioned FBI agent Peter Strzok.
Discussion: MSNBC, NBC News and Vox
Rick Wilson / The Daily Beast:
Republicans Thought Peter Strzok Would Be a Punching Bag.  He Just Knocked Them Out. … Those who forget the lessons of televised congressional hearings are doomed to repeat them, which is why the morning segment of the Capitol Hill show trial of veteran FBI agent and former head …
Robert Kagan / Washington Post:
Things will not be okay  —  Human beings often choose self-delusion over painful reality, and so in the days and weeks to come, we will hear reassurances that the NATO alliance is in good shape.  After all, there have been spats in the past — over the Suez crisis in 1956, Vietnam in the 1960s and '70s …
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NBC News:
Pentagon goes into ‘damage control’ mode to reassure NATO allies  —  “One thing you need in this alliance is predictability,” one diplomatic official said.  —  Between NATO and Putin meetings, what is Trump's strategy?  —  WASHINGTON — Hours after President Donald Trump departed NATO …
Foreign Policy:
Trump Fumed, but NATO Members Got What They Wanted  —  Think the NATO summit was a complete dumpster fire?  Think again.  —  He ranted, he threatened, he rebuked.  —  U.S. President Donald Trump did just about everything he could to spoil the NATO summit in Brussels this week.
Discussion: Just Security and Associated Press
Fareed Zakaria / Washington Post:
Ronald's out.  Donald's in.  —  President Trump's trip to Europe …
Discussion: CNN, IJR and Front Page Magazine
Mark Mazzetti / New York Times:
White House Orders Broader Access to Files About F.B.I. Informant  —  WASHINGTON — The White House has rebuffed concerns among American intelligence and law enforcement officials and ordered that more lawmakers be given access to classified information about an informant the F.B.I. used …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and Raw Story
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Washington Post:
Jared Kushner lacks security clearance level to review some of the nation's most sensitive intelligence in White House role  —  Jared Kushner, a senior White House adviser and President Trump's son-in-law, lacks the security clearance level required to review some of the government's most sensitive secrets …
Amy Chua / Wall Street Journal:
Kavanaugh Is a Mentor To Women  —  I can't think of a better judge for my own daughter's clerkship.  —  Judge Brett Kavanaugh's jurisprudence will appropriately be dissected in the months ahead.  I'd like to speak to a less well-known side of the Supreme Court nominee: his role as a mentor for young lawyers, particularly women.
Discussion: National Review
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Andrew Ferguson / Weekly Standard:
What the Yale Law School Freakout Says About the Opposition to Kavanaugh  —  When President Trump announced last Monday that he had chosen Brett Kavanaugh to replace Anthony Kennedy, his little speech rang out like a starter pistol.  Instantly every activist, party hack …
Dana Hedgpeth / Washington Post:
Don't drink the water if you live in parts of Northeast and Northwest Washington  —  D.C. residents who live in parts of Northwest and Northeast should not drink the water until further notice, officials said, after a problem arose at a pumping station.  —  The warning came from D.C. Water …
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Prince Of Petworth / PoPville:   DC Water issues boil water advisory if you live in the shaded areas on this map and/or lost pressure last night
Michelle Broder Van Dyke / BuzzFeed:
A Man Has Been Charged With A Hate Crime After Going On A Racist Tirade Against A Woman For Her Puerto Rico Shirt  —  “You should not be wearing that in the United States of America.  Are you a citizen?  Are you a United States citizen?” the man said.  —  A man who was filmed yelling …
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Chicago Tribune:
Hate crime charges filed against man caught on video confronting woman over Puerto Rico shirt
Discussion: The Week, AOL, Law & Crime and WGN-TV
Gary Varvel / USA Today:
Donald Trump is the president I didn't want, but now I know we need … Over the years, my caricatures of Donald Trump have evolved but not as much as my opinion of him.  —  When Trump announced he was running for president, I admit that I didn't take this millionaire, hotel magnate, reality TV show celebrity as a serious candidate.
Susan B. Glasser / New Yorker:
“An Amateur Boxer Up Against Muhammad Ali”: Washington Fears Trump Will Be No Match for Putin in Helsinki  —  All American Presidents adore the pageantry of summits, none more so than Donald Trump, who is addicted to the idea of himself as one of the great men making history with a capital “H.”
Tim Kaine / The Atlantic:
Don't Let Trump Go to War With Iran  —  The decision of the United States to wage war against Iraq in 2003 was one of the worst mistakes our country has ever made.  Was Saddam Hussein a brutal dictator?  Yes, but he didn't have weapons of mass destruction, and toppling his regime had profound consequences …
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Adam Kredo / Washington Free Beacon:
Congress Demands State Department Release Secret Report Busting Myth of Palestinian Refugees
Discussion: Daily Wire
Politico:
‘Kiss my you know what’: Schumer hamstrung in SCOTUS fight  —  The Democratic leader has little sway over the Democrats he needs the most.  —  Chuck Schumer says he's going to fight Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court with “everything I've got.”  To do so, he'll need to get centrist Democrats to hold the line.
Discussion: Political Wire
Benjamin Siegel / ABC News:
Senate Democrats blast former Trump attorney for ‘selling access’ to White House  —  Michael Cohen's relationship with the Swiss drug company Novartis was more extensive than the company previously disclosed, as shown in newly uncovered emails exchanged by President Donald Trump's former lawyer and the company's former top executive.
Discussion: Raw Story
Barack Obama:
This week, I'm traveling to Africa for the first time since I left office - a continent of wonderful diversity, thriving culture, and remarkable stories.  —  I was proud to visit sub-Saharan Africa more times than any other sitting President, and I'll return this week to visit Kenya and South Africa.
David Brooks / New York Times:
The Quiet Death of Racial Progress  —  How can we stop backsliding toward inequality?  —  Over the past few months, I've been trying to write a comforting column.  The thesis was going to be that even though Donald Trump is doing his best to inflame racial division, we are still making gradual progress …
Sally Quinn / Politico:
What Ben Bradlee Would Think of Donald Trump  —  My late husband would not have been impressed.  Nor intimidated.  He believed the truth mattered.  —  There is a big, white, two-story wall in the center of the newsroom at the Washington Post directly across from the glass-walled Ben Bradlee conference room.
Dana Blanton / Fox News:
Fox News Poll: Democrats ahead in election enthusiasm, interest — and the vote  —  Democrats are more interested in the upcoming midterm elections and more enthused to vote than usual, and that helps them to an 8-point edge in the generic congressional ballot test.
Caitlin Owens / Axios:
GOP braces for Trump tariff pain  —  Congressional Republicans think President Trump's tariffs are going to hurt the economy, undoing some of their economic wins — but they're not ready to cross the president until their voters feel the pain.  —  Between the lines: While some Republicans …
New York Times:
As Trade War Persists, Mnuchin Says China Talks Have ‘Broken Down’  —  WASHINGTON — The trade war between the United States and China showed no signs of yielding on Thursday, as Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, told lawmakers there was no clear path to resolution and Beijing blasted the administration over its approach.
Discussion: theconversation.com
Eugene Robinson / Washington Post:
The Trump administration kidnapped children.  Someone should go to jail.  —  The Trump administration's kidnapping — that's the proper word — of the children of would-be migrants should be seen as an ongoing criminal conspiracy.  Somebody ought to go to jail.
 
 
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Fredreka Schouten / USA Today:
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Timothy Cama / The Hill:
House Dem amendment seeks to ensure Pruitt probes are completed
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Alexandra King / CNN:
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Annie Linskey / BostonGlobe.com:
Donald Trump has long obsession with the British royal family
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Arelis R. Hernández / Washington Post:
FEMA admits failures in Puerto Rico disaster response, in after-action report
Irina Ivanova / CBS News:
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Michael Gerson / Washington Post:
Trump is a bully. Brett Kavanaugh will stand up to him.
Associated Press:
Maine governor Paul LePage says he'd go to jail before he expands Medicaid
Emilie Ikeda / Fox News:
Migrant children being used as ‘commodity to circumvent a loophole,’ border agent says
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Associated Press:
Detaining immigrant kids is now a billion-dollar industry
Discussion: ThinkProgress and Axios
Aaron Klein / Breitbart:
EXCLUSIVE - Sheriff Joe: Sacha Baron Cohen Duped Me Posing as ‘Finnish Comedian’
Discussion: alicublog and Deadline
Miles Parks / NPR:
A Family Of Woodchucks Ate Paul Ryan's Car