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8:55 PM ET, March 18, 2019


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Gregg Re / Fox News:
Nunes sues Twitter, some users, seeks over $250M alleging anti-conservative ‘shadow bans,’ smears  —  California GOP Rep. Devin Nunes filed a major lawsuit seeking $250 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages against Twitter and a handful of its users on Monday …
The Daily Beast:
Rep. Devin Nunes Files $250M Defamation Lawsuit Against Twitter, Two Anonymous Twitter Accounts
Discussion: Washington Times
Fresno Bee:   Devin Nunes sues Twitter, parody accounts and political strategist for $250 million: report
David Enrich / New York Times:
A Mar-a-Lago Weekend and an Act of God: Trump's History With Deutsche Bank  —  As President Trump delivered his inaugural address in 2017, a slight woman with feathered gray hair sat listening, bundled in a hooded white parka in a fenced-off V.I.P. section.  Her name was Rosemary T. Vrablic.
Discussion: Raw Story and VICE News
Kevin Breuninger / CNBC:
Experts push back on Trump-touted poll that shows 50% of Americans calling Mueller probe a ‘witch hunt’  — President Donald Trump on Monday touts poll results that appeared to show more Americans than ever siding with his oft-repeated accusation that special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe is nothing more than a “witch hunt.”
USA Today:
Poll: Half of Americans say Trump is victim of a ‘witch hunt’ as trust in Mueller erodes  —  After almost two years, Mueller's Russia investigation status can be confusing.  Here's an overview of the central question, and what we know.  —  CONNECT  —  WASHINGTON - Amid signs …
Luppe B. Luppen / Yahoo News:
Last prosecutor on Michael Flynn case departs Mueller's office  —  A high-profile counterterrorism prosecutor who handled the guilty plea of retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn has departed Robert Mueller's team, according to a spokesman for the special counsel's office.
Discussion: The Daily Caller
White House expects to see Mueller findings before they go to Congress
Discussion: Raw Story
Power Line:   Public Opinion Turning Against Mueller, Impeachment
Wall Street Journal:
How the National Enquirer Got Bezos' Texts: It Paid $200,000 to His Lover's Brother  —  Michael Sanchez sold the billionaire's secrets to American Media, the Enquirer's publisher, said people familiar with the matter  — Inc. founder Jeff Bezos and his allies have publicly speculated …
Daniel Strauss / Politico:
'He's the real deal': Beto's jaw-dropping windfall quiets critics  —  CENTER LINE, Mich. — One great question surrounding Beto O'Rourke has been whether he could replicate the massive fundraising totals he mustered in the Texas Senate race last year.  —  On Monday, O'Rourke put any doubt to rest …
Discussion: Washington Post and Vox
Jonathan Martin / New York Times:
Beto O'Rourke Raised $6.1 Million Online in First 24 Hours of Campaign
The Cut:   Beto O'Rourke Is Officially Running for Totally Kind of Hot
Jenna Johnson / Washington Post:
Beto O'Rourke's early campaign: Upbeat sentiments absent many specifics
Discussion: The Daily Caller, Fortune and Daily Kos
Peter Wehner / The Atlantic:
A Damaged Soul and a Disordered Personality  —  Donald Trump is not well.  Over the weekend, he continued his weird obsession with a dead war hero.  This time, his attacks on John McCain came two days after the anniversary of McCain's release from a North Vietnamese prison camp.  He tweeted this:
John Wagner / Washington Post:
A ‘pathetic life’: Meghan McCain escalates her pushback against Trump
Discussion: Politico, ABC News, Decider, Breitbart and IJR
New York Times:
Lobbying Case Against Democrat With Ties to Manafort Reaches Key Stage  —  WASHINGTON — A long-running federal investigation into a former White House counsel in the Obama administration is reaching a critical stage, presenting the Justice Department with a decision about whether to charge …
Federal Authorities Raided Trump Fundraiser's Office in Money Laundering Probe  —  Federal authorities raided the office of Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy last summer, seeking records related to his dealings with foreign officials and Trump administration associates, according to a sealed search warrant obtained by ProPublica.
Donna Brazile / Fox News:
Why I am excited to join Fox News and take part in a civil - and sensible - debate  —  I am excited by the opportunity to share my perspective and views with the Fox News audience and to help shape the dialogue at this important juncture in our history.  More importantly, I'm eager to learn from the experience.
Kansas City Star:
Blunt disinvited to GOP event in backlash over vote to block Trump's emergency powers  —  U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt has been disinvited from a local GOP gathering in Christian County, Missouri, next month amid a backlash over his vote to block President Donald Trump's use of emergency powers to build a border wall.
Princeton University News:
Alan Krueger, prominent Princeton economist, passes away  —  Alan Krueger, prominent Princeton economist, passes away  —  Princeton University is saddened to share that Alan Krueger, James Madison Professor of Political Economy, passed away over the weekend.
New York Times:
Alan B. Krueger, Economic Aide to Clinton and Obama, Is Dead at 58
Discussion: Politico
Janet Hook / Los Angeles Times:
The burden of a 40-year career: Some of Joe Biden's record doesn't age well  —  Joe Biden is carrying a 20th century voting record into a 21st century political dogfight.  —  During more than 40 years in public life, Biden has taken an array of stances at odds with today's Democratic Party consensus.
Philip Klein / Washington Examiner:   Joe Biden's popularity is about to nosedive
New York Times:
Gunman Aboard a Tram Kills at Least 3 in Utrecht, the Netherlands  —  Three people died and five were injured on Monday in a shooting on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht, which the authorities called a possible terrorist attack, and a manhunt was underway for a gunman who escaped the scene.
Discussion: NBC News, BBC, Townhall and The Daily Caller
Nico Hines / The Daily Beast:
Cambridge Analytica Secrets Allegedly Covered Up by Trump Campaign Veterans  —  The High Court in London heard that former insiders, including Rebekah Mercer, were pulling the strings of “biased” officials responsible for the fate of the company.  —  Nico Hines
Eliza Shapiro / New York Times:
Only 7 Black Students Got Into N.Y.'s Most Selective High School, Out of 895 Spots  —  Only a tiny number of black students were offered admission to the highly selective public high schools in New York City on Monday, raising the pressure on officials to confront the decades-old challenge of integrating New York's elite public schools.
Discussion: Althouse
Emily Crockett / Shareblue Media:
GOP congressman fantasizes about killing liberals in new civil war  —  White supremacist Rep. Steve King has outdone himself this time.  —  Just days after a white supremacist murdered 50 Muslims in New Zealand with a gun, the openly white supremacist Rep. Steve King (R-IA) …
Ed Mazza / HuffPost:
White Nationalist Rep. Steve King Posts Violent Meme About New Civil War
Rachael Bade / Washington Post:
Judiciary Committee chairman says he has received tens of thousands of documents in Trump investigation  —  A top House Democratic investigator said Monday that he has received tens of thousands of documents after requesting information from President Trump's confidants, White House officials and business associates.
Discussion: Axios
The Daily Beast:
House Judiciary Committee Planning Hearing on the Rise of White Nationalism
James Hohmann / Washington Post:
The Daily 202: Decrying court packing, Michael Bennet pleads with Democrats to care more about electability  —  THE BIG IDEA:  —  CONCORD, N.H.—Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) slammed his head on the table four times when I asked what he thought about other Democratic presidential contenders embracing …
Matthew Kassel / Columbia Journalism Review:
For the record: 18 journalists on how—or whether—they use tape recorders  —  In early February, Jill Abramson told The Cut that she had never recorded an interview in her decades-long career as a journalist.  “I'm a very fast note-taker,” she said in a staid Q&A that generated a mudslide …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Fox News struggles to preserve the profits of hatred  —  Jeanine Pirro's chuckle was a sweet touch for an embattled president.  It was Jan. 12, and President Trump had called in to Pirro's Saturday night program on Fox News.  Meanwhile, the New York Times had just reported that the FBI …
David French / National Review:
There's a Fake Outrage Machine on the Right, Also  —  Last week I was dragged relentlessly on Twitter for suggesting that Tucker Carlson was subject to a “fake outrage” campaign when Media Matters dredged up his years-old, terrible comments to radio shock-jock “Bubba the Love Sponge.”
Discussion: Common Dreams
Laura Strickler / NBC News:
Ben Carson's schedule shows Friday trips to Florida, lunch with My Pillow founder  —  For 5 Fridays out of 31, Carson was off or had no appointments.  For 5 more he left before 2 p.m. to fly to South Florida, where he owns a mansion.  —  WASHINGTON — Ben Carson's daily schedule from 2017 shows …
Marianne LeVine / Politico:
2020 Dems warm to expanding Supreme Court  —  After watching Mitch McConnell transform the judiciary over the past four years, liberals are demanding a bold response.  And Democrats are listening.  —  Sens. Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten Gillibrand told POLITICO they would not rule …
Will Sommer / The Daily Beast:
Michael Flynn's Family Is at War With Each Other Over QAnon  —  The retired general's brother and sister are fanning the flames.  His son is a public skeptic.  —  Michael Flynn's family members appear to be at war with each other over the QAnon conspiracy theory and whether Flynn himself is playing a role in it.
Asne Seierstad / New York Times:
The Anatomy of White Terror  —  Anders Breivik, the Norwegian terrorist, was diagnosed with a narcissistic personality disorder.  Brenton Tarrant, who is accused of killing 50 worshipers in New Zealand, displays similar traits.  —  Ms. Seierstad is the author of “One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway.”
Discussion: Slate
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Ashe Schow / Daily Wire:
Christopher Steele's Former MI6 Boss Slams Trump Dossier As ‘Overrated’
Discussion: Washington Times
Amanda Hoover / New Jersey Online:
Alleged mob boss killer Anthony Comello scrawls ‘MAGA Forever’ on his hand
Discussion: Raw Story
Jon Stone / The Independent:
France's EU minister names her cat ‘Brexit’ because 'he meows loudly to be let out but won't go through the door'
Discussion: New York Post
Chuck Ross / The Daily Caller:
Here's How The Steele Dossier Spread Through The Media And Government
Benjamin Wittes / Lawfare:
The Lawfare Podcast Shorts: ‘Speaking Indictments’ by Robert S. Mueller III
CNN Poll: 7 in 10 say economy in good shape — and Trump may reap the benefits
Discussion: Breitbart and Political Wire
Daniel Victor / New York Times:
Dead Whale Found With 88 Pounds of Plastic Inside Body in the Philippines
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Valerie Jarrett on First Meeting the Obamas, Voter Suppression, and Beto O'Rourke
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Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Republicans Are Denying Trump's Completely Open Bigotry Against Muslims
Siena College Research Institute:
2/3 of Voters Say Amazon Cancelling Queens HQ Bad for NY