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10:05 AM ET, December 6, 2018

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Elaina Plott / The Atlantic:
The White House Has No Plan for Confronting the Mueller Report  —  Nobody knows how the White House plans to respond to the Mueller report—including the people who work at the White House.  —  The special counsel is reportedly nearing the end of his probe.  Sentencing memos are dropping.
Discussion: Vox, Law & Crime, Raw Story and HuffPost
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Gabriel Sherman / Vanity Fair:
“They're Beginning to Think About Whether Mike Pence Should Be Running Again": As the Mueller Fire Nears, Trump Ponders Jettisoning His Loyal V.P.  —  New polling, and the Nick Ayers-John Kelly subplot, are feeding doubts about Pence and 2020.  —  After Michael Cohen's surprise plea agreement …
Betsy Woodruff / The Daily Beast:   Senate Intelligence Committee Grilled Steve Bannon About Cambridge Analytica
Mark Hosenball / Reuters:   House Democrats plan to send Trump aides' transcripts to Mueller
John F. Harris / Politico:
Bush's Funeral Wasn't About Trump.  But Of Course It Was.  —  The memorial service for George H.W. Bush was a perfectly civil and eminently civilized event, and if one was listening in a literal-minded way it all sounded like a grand exception to life in modern Washington …
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Susan B. Glasser / New Yorker:
George H. W. Bush's Funeral Was the Corny, Feel-Good Moment That Washington Craves  —  What does it tell you that the feel-good events in Washington these days are funerals?  —  George Herbert Walker Bush was memorialized on Wednesday at the National Cathedral in the country's first state funeral …
Bret Baier / Fox News:
George H.W. Bush and a letter to live by
Discussion: LifeZette
Karen Tumulty / Washington Post:
Godspeed, George H.W. Bush. Your book is closed — but your story still unfolds.
Discussion: Politico, Daily Wire and Political Wire
Astead W. Herndon / New York Times:
Elizabeth Warren Stands by DNA Test.  But Around Her, Worries Abound.  —  WASHINGTON — The plan was straightforward: After years of being challenged by President Trump and others about a decades-old claim of Native American ancestry, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts would take a DNA test …
Discussion: Instapundit
Azeen Ghorayshi / BuzzFeed News:
This Is How The Accusations Against Neil deGrasse Tyson Finally Came To Light  —  No one believed Tchiya Amet when she said Tyson had raped her in the 1980s.  Now, three other women tell BuzzFeed News that he harassed them, including one who's sharing her story publicly for the first time.
Deval Patrick:
After a lot of conversation, reflection and prayer, I've decided that a 2020 campaign for president is not for me.  I've been overwhelmed by advice and encouragement from people from all over the country, known and unknown.  Humbled, in fact.  But knowing that the cruelty of our elections process …
Discussion: CNN
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Stephanie Murray / Politico:
Citing ‘cruelty of our elections process,’ Patrick officially backs out of 2020 bid  —  Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick's decision to skip a 2020 presidential run came down to the impact the “cruelty of our elections process” would have on the people close to him, he said in a statement published Thursday morning.
Burgess Everett / Politico:
Trump's slow-motion staff ‘shakeup’ stunts 2019 planning  —  President Donald Trump is still looking for a new United Nations ambassador.  He has no deputy national security adviser.  His attorney general and EPA administrator are serving in an acting capacity, and his constant badmouthing …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and Raw Story
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Washington Post:
Saudi-funded lobbyist paid for 500 rooms at Trump's hotel after 2016 election  —  Lobbyists representing the Saudi government reserved blocks of rooms at President Trump's D.C. hotel within a month of Trump's election in 2016 — paying for an estimated 500 nights at the luxury hotel in just three months …
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Politico:
Congress looks to usurp Trump's foreign policy powers
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Tal Axelrod / The Hill:
Over a thousand absentee ballots possibly destroyed in controversial North Carolina House race: report  —  Over a thousand absentee ballots from likely Democratic voters may have been destroyed in the race for North Carolina's 9th Congressional District last month as allegations of fraud on behalf of the Republican candidate mount.
Discussion: Daily Kos, CNN and Washington Post
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Brian Schwartz / CNBC:
Beto O'Rourke's team has been talking to Obama political operatives in Iowa and New Hampshire as 2020 momentum builds  — Democratic rising star Beto O'Rourke's team has been fielding calls from senior operatives who worked on President Obama's campaign in the pivotal states of Iowa and New Hampshire
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Elizabeth Bruenig / Washington Post:
Why this progressive Texan can't get excited about Beto O'Rourke
Discussion: CBS News, LifeNews.com and IJR
Alexei Koseff / Sacramento Bee:
Kamala Harris aide resigns after harassment, retaliation settlement surfaces  —  A longtime top staff member of U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris resigned Wednesday after The Sacramento Bee inquired about a $400,000 harassment and retaliation settlement resulting from his time working for Harris at the California Department of Justice.
Paul Wiseman / Associated Press:
Record imports push US trade gap to $55.5 billion in October  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — Record imports in October drove the U.S. trade deficit to the highest level in a decade.  —  The Commerce Department said Thursday that the gap between the United States sells and what it buys …
Discussion: Axios and One America News Network
Bruce Vielmetti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
The Wisconsin Senate approved 82 Scott Walker appointees in the lame duck: Here's the full list  —  There's been lots of talk about the Wisconsin Senate approving dozens of Gov. Scott Walker's appointments to state boards during its marathon lame-duck session Tuesday.
Discussion: The Week and Splinter
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Edward-Isaac Dovere / The Atlantic:
Regular Folks All Over America Are Telling Joe Biden He Has to Run  —  Watery eyes, clenched chins, insistent grips of his arm: They don't just think Joe Biden should run for president, or want him to.  They tell him he has to.  —  It's hard for him to tell them no. It's hard for him to tell himself no.
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S.E. Cupp / New York Daily News:   What Joe Biden doesn't understand
Lisa Rein / Washington Post:
Don't condemn white nationalists, Veterans Affairs' diversity chief was told after Charlottesville, emails show  —  A top White House appointee at the Department of Veterans Affairs sought to silence the agency's chief diversity officer, who — in the aftermath of last year's racially charged violence …
Discussion: Splinter, The Week, Raw Story and Mediaite
Matt Wilstein / The Daily Beast:
Fox News Host Chris Wallace: Bush Funeral Shows Trump Not Part of ‘Presidents Club’  —  ‘It was as if a chill had descended on that front row’ when Trump arrived, Chris Wallace remarked.  —  Matt Wilstein  —  Some pundits viewed President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump sharing …
Discussion: CNN and Contemptor
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New York Times:
As Flynn Case Winds Down, Investigation of Turkish Lobbying Persists  —  WASHINGTON — Federal prosecutors in Virginia are investigating a secret Turkish lobbying effort that once involved Michael T. Flynn, the former national security adviser, even as Mr. Flynn's role in the special counsel's …
CNBC:
Stocks drop again with Dow's two-day slide now totaling more than 1,000 points  —  Stocks fell sharply on Thursday as continuing fears over U.S.-China trade relations and concern over a possible global economic slowdown kept investors on edge.  —  The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 451 points …
Discussion: The Guardian
Neil Munro / Breitbart:
Goodlatte: House Leadership Blocked Trump-Backed Immigration Reform  —  The House GOP leadership is responsible for blocking a pro-American immigration reform package which was backed by President Donald Trump, a top House chairman said Tuesday.  —  The GOP leadership let the House immigration reform die …
John Solomon / The Hill:
FBI email chain may provide most damning evidence of FISA abuses yet  —  Just before Thanksgiving, House Republicans amended the list of documents they'd like President Trump to declassify in the Russia investigation.  With little fanfare or explanation, the lawmakers led …
Colleen Long / Associated Press:
81 migrant children separated from families since June  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration separated 81 migrant children from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border since the June executive order that stopped the general practice amid a crackdown on illegal crossings …
David Papadopoulos / Bloomberg:
Hugo Chavez's Failed Socialist Experiment Is Deadlier Than Ever  —  Hugo Chávez had barely been in office two months when Nelson Chitty La Roche, a burly, gruff, gun-toting lawmaker from the Venezuelan political establishment, told me he was fed up.  Chitty didn't care …
Soo Youn / ABC News:
24 Amazon workers sent to hospital after robot accidentally unleashes bear spray  —  Twenty-four Amazon workers in New Jersey have been hospitalized after a robot accidentally tore a can of bear repellent spray in a warehouse, officials said.  —  The two dozen workers were treated at five local hospitals …
 
 
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Marianne LeVine / Politico:
‘A big problem’: Congress bickers over what makes a border wall
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A Campus Free-Speech Dustup With No Conservatives
John Merline / Investor's Business Daily:
Non-Citizens Driving Up Welfare And Uninsured Rolls, Census Data Show
Scott Wilson / Washington Post:
Nearly a month after the Camp Fire began razing their towns, Californians return to ruin
Ann Marlowe / New York Times:
Is Harvard Whitewashing a Russian Oligarch's Fortune?
Discussion: New York Post
Bloomberg:
Kushners' Beachfront Strip Eligible for Trump's Poor-Area Tax Perks
Discussion: Raw Story
Olivia Garrett / Politico:
France dumps controversial fuel tax
Paul Mirengoff / Power Line:
The war on standards: fare-jumping edition
Discussion: Washington Post
 Earlier Items: 
Noura Erakat / Washington Post:
Marc Lamont Hill and the legacy of punishing black internationalists
Cathy Young / New York Daily News:
The treatment of Nimesh Patel at Columbia proves campuses have a serious free-speech problem
Alexandra Petri / Washington Post:
The president has been shockingly presidential for the last six minutes
Matt Fuller / HuffPost:
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi Considers Term Limits On Committee Chairs
Discussion: Politico
Globe and Mail:
Canada has arrested Huawei's global chief financial officer in Vancouver