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Peter Baker / New York Times:
Trump Fans the Flames of a Racial Fire  —  WASHINGTON — President Trump woke up on Sunday morning, gazed out at the nation he leads, saw the dry kindling of race relations and decided to throw a match on it.  It was not the first time, nor is it likely to be the last.
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Mike Allen / Axios:
A tough time to be a Trump supporter  —  Conservatives who reluctantly support President Trump often try to pretend the daily outrage didn't happen, but yesterday's “go back” tweets were like his “both sides” comment on Charlottesville — a transgression that won't instantly fade, and can't be laughed off.
Isaac Stanley-Becker / Washington Post:
Republicans are quiet as Trump urges minority congresswomen to leave the country  —  A day has passed without prominent Republicans stepping forward to disagree with President Trump's notion that four minority congresswomen who have been critical of his approach to immigration enforcement should …
Goldie Taylor / The Daily Beast:
Trump Is a Racist.  If You Still Support Him, So Are You.  —  The president keeps baring his ass, and the people talking about his clothing as he does are part of the problem.  —  The president is a racist, in his words and his actions.  —  Before you go clutching your pearls and extolling the virtues of …
Charles M. Blow / New York Times:
Trump's Tweets Prove That He Is a Raging Racist  —  It is undeniably true that America's president opposes diversity.  —  Donald Trump keeps trying to convince any disbelieving holdouts that he is a raging racist.  At least, that's how I imagine his motives.
Los Angeles Times:
Trump is truly America's Bigot-in-Chief  —  President Trump's Twitter feed is a repugnant place, and no one would want the thankless task of having to weed through all his bitter, bigoted ramblings to determine which are the most offensive.  But a three-tweet thread early Sunday morning …
John Hinderaker / Power Line:
A Blunder of Epic Proportions  —  Regular readers know that I am a fan of President Trump, and more often than not, a fan of his use of social media.  But today he committed the worst unforced error of his presidency, one that we will hear about from the Democrats from now until November 2020.
Adrian Walker / BostonGlobe.com:
Ayanna Pressley brushes off Trump's tweets — but not his treatment of refugees
Discussion: Splinter
Politico:
POLITICO Playbook: Trump to up the ante on asylum rules
Discussion: Bloomberg, Axios and Gizmodo
James DownieE.J. Dionne / Washington Post:
The Democrats are fighting each other when they should be fighting Trump
Kirby Wilson / Tampa Bay Times:
Donald Trump told U.S.-born congressional Reps. to ‘go back’ to their home countries.  Florida's response?
Dan Diamond / Politico:
Biden unveils health care plan: Affordable Care Act 2.0  —  Democratic front-runner Joe Biden today will unveil a health plan that's intended to preserve the most popular parts of Obamacare — from Medicaid expansion to protections for patients with pre-existing conditions …
Discussion: YouTube, UPI and Washington Post
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Sam Baker / Axios:
The GOP isn't worried about its Affordable Care Act lawsuit
Discussion: Political Wire, Hullabaloo and Politico
Sean Sullivan / Washington Post:
Biden unveils health plan, sharpening fight among Democrats
Discussion: CNN, The Week and Splinter
Averi Harper / ABC News:   Former Vice President Joe Biden rolls out expanded Affordable Care Act health plan
Katie Glueck / New York Times:
Joe Biden Decides He Doesn't Need to Stay Above the Fray After All
Discussion: Common Dreams
NBC News:
Trump weighs ousting Commerce chief Wilbur Ross after census defeat  —  Some White House officials expect the Cabinet secretary, who has known the president for years, to depart as soon as this summer.  —  WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has told aides and allies that he is considering …
Colleen Long / Associated Press:
Trump moves to end asylum protections for Central Americans  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Monday moved to end asylum protections for most Central American migrants in a major escalation of the president's battle to tamp down the number of people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
Beto O'Rourke / Medium:
Rose and Eliza  —  I was recently given documents showing that both Amy and I are descended from people who owned slaves.  Along with other possessions listed in their property log were two human beings, Rose and Eliza.  —  A paternal great-great-great grandfather of mine, Andrew Cowan Jasper, owned these two women in the 1850s.
Barbara Bradley Hagerty / The Atlantic:
An Epidemic of Disbelief  —  Robert Spada walked into the decrepit warehouse in Detroit and surveyed the chaos: Thousands of cardboard boxes and large plastic bags were piled haphazardly throughout the cavernous space.  The air inside was hot and musty.  Spada, an assistant prosecutor …
New York Post:
The Post says: de Blasio must be removed as mayor  —  The lights went out on Broadway Saturday night, and Bill de Blasio was a thousand miles away in Iowa.  It was the moment that perfectly captured his distracted, ego-driven failure of a mayoralty.  —  Bill de Blasio does not care about New York City.
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New York Daily News:   Bill's power failure: A blackout hits, and de Blasio is busy in the campaign spotlight
Craig Gilbert / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Former Gov. Scott Walker to take the helm of conservative group, says he won't run for office in 2022  —  Former Gov. Scott Walker has accepted a full-time position running a national conservative youth organization based in northern Virginia.  —  Walker said the move rules out a run …
Discussion: Political Wire
Mark Joseph Stern / Slate:
Trump Is Undoing Jimmy Carter's Greatest Accomplishment  —  President Jimmy Carter's diversification of the judiciary is one of the most important and least acknowledged achievements in presidential history.  And it's in danger.  —  In December 1976, one month before beginning his single term as president …
Washington Post:
‘His own fiefdom’: Mulvaney builds ‘an empire for the right wing’ as Trump's chief of staff  —  Mick Mulvaney's battles with Alexander Acosta began almost immediately.  —  Weeks after he was named acting White House chief of staff, Mulvaney summoned the labor secretary for a tense January encounter …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Garrett M. Graff / Politico:
The Border Patrol Hits a Breaking Point  —  Vice President Pence's Friday visit to a Border Patrol detention facility in Texas didn't go according to plan.  Meant to pressure Democrats to address the migrant crisis at the southern border, the visit instead appeared to horrify those who accompanied Pence …
New York Times:
How Joe Biden Became the Democrats' Anti-Busing Crusader  —  With a school desegregation lawsuit roiling Delaware in the 1970s, Mr. Biden led an effort in the Senate to end court-ordered busing.  —  NEWPORT, Del. — In July 1974, with a federal court in Delaware on the verge of ordering busing …
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Kaly Soto / New York Times:   Have You Been Told to ‘Go Back’ to Your Country Even Though You Are American? Tell Us About It.
Nate Cohn / New York Times:
Huge Turnout Is Expected in 2020.  So Which Party Would Benefit?  —  Democrats typically gain from a broader electorate in presidential races, but that pattern is not assured in the Trump era.  —  The 2020 presidential election is poised to have the highest turnout in a century …
STAT:
Biden Cancer Initiative to suspend operations as 2020 campaign heats up  —  The Biden Cancer Initiative, the nonprofit former Vice President Joe Biden started two years ago after leaving the White House, is shutting down, at least for now.  —  Greg Simon, the organization's president …
Bloomberg:
May Says Trump Tweets on Democrats ‘Completely Unacceptable’  — Spokesman briefs reporters on U.K. prime minister's views  — President criticized over tweets about four female lawmakers  —  U.S. President Donald Trump used “completely unacceptable” language to describe four female …
Discussion: Political Wire
Dina Nayeri / Slate:
Why They Fear Ilhan Omar  —  Donald Trump and Tucker Carlson don't think she's dangerous.  They hate that she's full of potential.  —  On Wednesday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson attacked Congresswoman Ilhan Omar for her ingratitude.  “After everything America has done for Omar and for her family …
 
 
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Kavanaugh Fight Was No ‘Win’
Connor Mannion / Mediaite:
CNN Analyst: Trump's ‘Go Back’ Attack Might Not be Seen as Racist Because He Said They Could Return to U.S.
Uri Friedman / The Atlantic:
Why Democrats Are Casting Trump as a Threat to Democracy
Dana Goodyear / New Yorker:
Kamala Harris Makes Her Case
Victor Davis Hanson / American Greatness:
Of Progressive Carnivores and Cannibals
Reuters:
Trump may face more court battles over giving citizenship data to states
Michael Calderone / Politico:
Sanders campaign: Media ‘find Bernie annoying, discount his seriousness’
Discussion: Political Wire
 Earlier Items: 
Carol Morello / Washington Post:
Pompeo grants visa to Iran's top diplomat to visit New York but limits his movements
Discussion: The Week
Daily Mail:
Britain's former ambassador to the U.S., Sir Kim Darroch, vouched for the credibility …
Daily Mail:
Gillibrand says she has ‘experienced enormous amounts of white privilege’ …
Discussion: Breitbart
Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman / Jerusalem Post:
Rashida Tlaib compares ‘racist’ Israel to 19th-century US segregation
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
What Happened in New York?
Wall Street Journal:
Manufacturers Move Supply Chains Out of China
Discussion: Mother Jones