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10:00 AM ET, April 23, 2019

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Paul Krugman / New York Times:
The Great Republican Abdication  —  A party that no longer believes in American values.  —  So all the “fake news” was true.  A hostile foreign power intervened in the presidential election, hoping to install Donald Trump in the White House.  The Trump campaign was aware of this intervention and welcomed it.
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J. W. Verret / The Atlantic:
I Was a Trump Transition Staffer, and I've Seen Enough.  It's Time for Impeachment.  —  Let's start at the end of this story.  This weekend, I read Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report twice, and realized that enough was enough—I needed to do something.
Joe Lockhart / New York Times:
There's a Bigger Prize Than Impeachment  —  Keeping Trump in office will destroy the Republican Party.  —  Mr. Lockhart served as White House press secretary from 1998 to 2000.  —  In the fall of 1998, Erskine Bowles, the White House chief of staff, traveled to Capitol Hill to meet with the speaker of the House.
Eugene Robinson / Washington Post:
Democrats must seize and define this moment. Otherwise, Trump will.
Discussion: Hullabaloo
CNN:
White House tells official not to comply with Democratic subpoena over security clearances  —  (CNN)The White House has instructed a former official who was in charge of the security clearance process to not comply with a House subpoena demanding his appearance for an interview …
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Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
What to do about Sarah Sanders?  White House reporters have a few ideas.  —  Reporters have long approached White House press secretary Sarah Sanders with a trust-but-verify attitude, knowing full well that Sanders is tasked with spinning some of the more unspinnable statements made by her boss, President Trump.
Discussion: RedState and PJ Media Home
Matthew Choi / Politico:
Trump's Monday night retweeting blitz  —  President Donald Trump undertook a retweeting blitz on Monday night, surfacing 24 posts in about 30 minutes that went back as far as a year and covered topics from the Mueller report to Easter festivities at the White House.
David Nakamura / Washington Post:   ‘You do great work’: Trump wages war on White House press corps but has soft spot for its photographers
Eric Tucker / Associated Press:   AP FACT CHECK: Mueller interviewed many close to president
Josh Lederman / NBC News:
Rivals are scrambling to dig up dirt on Pete Buttigieg  —  Buttigieg was on nobody's radar as a serious presidential contender until a few weeks ago.  Now his competitors are scrambling to find vulnerabilities.  —  SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Caught off guard by his sudden surge …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and HuffPost
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Tucker Higgins / CNBC:
'I ain't ever seen the dude' - residents of South Bend's poor neighborhoods say Democratic …
Chris Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:   Mayor Pete Buttigieg Sets L.A. Fundraiser Hosted by Gay Hollywood A-List (Exclusive)
Natasha Bertrand / Politico:
What you missed in the Mueller report  —  Robert Mueller keeps on giving.  —  Dozens of overlooked nuggets are buried deep inside the special counsel's 448-page report that raise yet more intriguing questions about Russia's meddling in the 2016 election and shed new light on charges Mueller considered …
Discussion: Political Wire and The Week
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Evan McMullin / NBC News:
Trump welcomed the Russian attack and obstructed resulting investigations, an impeachable offense
Discussion: Wired and Raw Story
Adam B. Schiff / Washington Post:   Congress must ensure that Trump is working for the American people — not foreign interests
Russell Goldman / New York Times:
Sri Lanka Bombings Live Updates: ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attacks  —  • The Islamic State claimed responsibility on Tuesday for the Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka that killed more than 300 people.  The group's Amaq news agency made the claim.
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New York Times:
Sri Lanka Was Warned of Possible Attacks. Why Didn't It Stop Them?
Astead W. Herndon / New York Times:
Kamala Harris Proposes Executive Orders on Gun Control  —  Senator Kamala Harris of California, the former prosecutor who is running for the Democratic presidential nomination, on Monday committed to a host of executive actions to implement gun control measures that have long failed to pass in Congress.
Discussion: CNN and Fox News
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Tom Maguire / JustOneMinute:   Unexpected Candor In The New York Times
Washington Post:
Sen. Kamala Harris says she supports impeaching Trump
Discussion: NBC News, Breitbart, Slate and Fox News
Chelsea Janes / Washington Post:
Harris promises to impose new gun rules if Congress won't
Discussion: Politico and Breitbart
YouTube:
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Richard Sokolsky / Politico:
Trump Isn't Just Reversing Obama's Foreign Policies.  He's Making it Impossible for His Successor to Go Back to Them.  —  Who says the Trump administration doesn't know what it's doing in the Middle East?  —  Sure, there's plenty of confusion, diplomatic malpractice and dysfunction in Trumpian foreign policy.
Discussion: Raw Story, Haaretz and Bloomberg
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Suzanne Maloney / Brookings:   As Trump moves to cut off Iran's oil revenues, what's his endgame?
Philly.com:
Joe Biden campaign launch back in flux, potentially delayed  —  WASHINGTON — Joe Biden's plans are in flux again.  —  If the former vice president does launch his presidential campaign this week, it won't involve a trip to Charlottesville, Va., and plans for potential public events …
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Mike Allen / Axios:
Joe Biden will open his 2020 campaign by taking on Trump, not his Democratic opponents
Discussion: Joe.My.God.
Marc Caputo / Politico:
Inside Biden's battle plan
Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Mueller's findings: Too stupid to conspire.  Too incompetent to obstruct.  —  I learned the hard way that predictions are perilous in the current age: I literally ate a column asserting that Republicans would never nominate Donald Trump for president.  —  So please forgive this victory lap …
Discussion: Raw Story and Rolling Stone
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Shannon Pettypiece / Bloomberg:
Giuliani Puts Off Formal Rebuttal to Mueller as He Defends Trump
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
David Siders / Politico:
Biden, Beto falter in new progressive straw poll  —  Bernie Sanders has solidified his front-runner standing among members of the progressive political action committee Democracy for America, while Joe Biden and Beto O'Rourke have both fallen back sharply, according to the group's latest straw poll.
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Joseph Wulfsohn / Fox News:
Bernie Sanders says Boston Marathon bomber, sexual assaulters should be allowed to vote
Discussion: The Hill, Breitbart and CNN
BBC:
Donald Trump's state visit to the UK set for 3 June  —  US President Donald Trump will make a three-day state visit to the UK from 3 to 5 June, Buckingham Palace has announced.  —  The president and First Lady Melania Trump will be a guest of the Queen and attend a ceremony in Portsmouth to mark the 75th Anniversary of D-Day
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Zia Weise / Politico:
Donald Trump set for UK state visit in June
Discussion: Washington Post, CNN and The Guardian
Whitney Davis / Variety:
‘CBS Has a White Problem’: Executive Blasts Toxic Culture at Network in Explosive Letter  —  Last year, CBS hired two white-shoe law firms to conduct an independent investigation into alleged misconduct by then-CEO Leslie Moonves, as well as broader cultural issues at CBS.
Steven Shepard / Politico:
Poll: Trump approval sinks 5 points after Mueller report, tying all-time low  —  President Donald Trump's approval rating has dropped 5 points, equaling his presidency's low-water mark, since last week's release of the special counsel report into the 2016 election, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll.
Washington Post:
The Supreme Court must see through the obvious sabotage behind Trump's census question  —  THE SUPREME COURT will hear arguments Tuesday about who counts, quite literally, in the eyes of the federal government.  How many representatives the various states get in Congress for the decade beginning in 2020 …
Discussion: Daily Kos, UPI and Raw Story
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Washington Post:
Supreme Court takes up Trump administration's census citizenship question
Discussion: SCOTUSblog
 
 
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Richard Bernstein / RealClearInvestigations:
Persistence and Political Correctness at Amherst
Discussion: Real Clear Politics
Daniel Lippman / Politico:
Inside CNN's marathon town hall — Writings from David Carr — Nuggets from Esquire's feature on George magazine
Richard Rubin / Wall Street Journal:
Pence's Tax Returns, Like Trump's, Stay Out of Sight
Andrew M. Cuomo / Washington Post:
35 questions about our current political climate
Christopher Roach / American Greatness:
Was Robert Mueller Colluding With Russia?
Lukas Mikelionis / Fox News:
Trump says New York Times will have to ‘get down on their knees’, ‘beg for forgiveness’ over their coverage
Discussion: Politico and Washington Post
Tonya Riley / Mother Jones:
What Andrew Yang's Universal Basic Income Would Actually Look Like
Discussion: The Hill
Alison Frankel / Reuters:
Purdue's Sackler family wants global opioids settlement: Sackler lawyer Mary Jo White
Discussion: Washington Post
 Earlier Items: 
Joseph Wulfsohn / Fox News:
Klobuchar has ‘please clap’ moment, says CNN's Chris Cuomo ‘creeping’ over shoulder during town hall
Discussion: Breitbart
Liam Dillon / Los Angeles Times:
California housing bill targeting wealthy cities could rezone nearly all of Palo Alto
Catherine Rampell / Washington Post:
Trump left our allies at the altar. Now he's mad they're moving on.
Courier-Journal:
Is Braidy Industries of Kentucky getting in bed with Russian mobsters?