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7:35 PM ET, January 25, 2020

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Des Moines Register:
Endorsement: Elizabeth Warren will push an unequal America in the right direction  —  Tough and compassionate, pushing unequal America in the right direction  —  No wonder Iowa Democrats are unsettled.  —  Each of the remaining candidates campaigning across Iowa ahead of the caucuses could make a fine president.
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New York Times:
Sanders Seizes Lead in Volatile Iowa Race, Times Poll Finds  —  With solid support from liberals, Mr. Sanders appears to be peaking just as the caucuses approach.  But many Iowa voters said they could still change their mind.  —  Which of these Democrats would be your first choice in the Iowa caucuses?
Des Moines Register:
Register editoral board endorses Elizabeth Warren  —  Elizabeth Warren is the Democratic presidential candidate with the vision and temperament to push an unequal America in the right direction.
Walter Shapiro / New Republic:
Joe Biden's Confounding Candidacy  —  A lunchtime town meeting in the college town of Ames, home to Iowa State, should attract a sizable crowd less than two weeks before the Iowa caucuses—especially when a former vice president, who is leading in some of the recent Iowa polls, headlines the event.
Discussion: NBC News
Bill Barrow / Associated Press:
Campaigning heats up in Iowa as caucus voting approaches
Discussion: NBC News and New York Times
Arlette Saenz / CNN:
Biden picks up endorsement from key Iowa swing district congresswoman
Discussion: Axios and The Independent
Brianne Pfannenstiel / Des Moines Register:   U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne endorses former Vice President Joe Biden for president
Associated Press:
In recording Trump asks how long Ukraine can resist Russians  —  This undated image released by the House Judiciary Committee from documents provided by Lev Parnas to the committee in the impeachment probe against President Donald Trump, shows a photo of Lev Parnas with Rudy Giuliani.
Discussion: NBC News and New York Times
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PBS NewsHour:
WATCH: Full video of Trump appearing to say Ukraine ambassador should be removed  —  A video released Saturday captures President Donald Trump appearing to say he wants to “get rid” of the then-U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch.  —  The recording, which was provided to the PBS NewsHour …
Discussion: UPI, Mother Jones, YouTube and Daily Kos
New York Times:
Tape Made Public of Trump Discussing Ukraine With Donors  —  The recording from a dinner in 2018 showed that the president spent an hour with two key players in the Ukraine pressure campaign.  He has repeatedly said he does not know them.  —  WASHINGTON — For an hour one evening in 2018 …
NBC News:
Who is Dmytro Firtash? The man linked to $1 million loan to Giuliani ally has a shadowy past
Washington Post:   Listen: Trump tells associates to ‘get rid of’ U.S. ambassador to Ukraine
Maureen Dowd / New York Times:
Notorious D.J.T. on Trial  —  Fidget spinners and spinning Republicans make the best of a bad case for Donald John Trump.  —  Republicans know very well who they are.  —  That's why it was such a juicy moment when Hakeem Jeffries, the congressman from Brooklyn and Democratic impeachment manager …
Discussion: New York Post, Vox, HuffPost and Mediaite
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Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Republicans Feign Indignation at Schiff ‘Head on Pike’ Speech to Justify Cowardice  —  “A Trump confidante tells CBS News,” the network reported Friday, “that Republicans senators have been warned, ‘vote against the president and your head will be on a pike.’” That night …
Brie Stimson / Fox News:
Schiff refers to CBS ‘head on pike’ story, infuriating GOP: ‘Every one of us knows it is not true’  —  Senate Republicans — including potential swing-voters — expressed outrage Friday after lead House Impeachment Manager Adam Schiff, D-Calif., referred in his closing remarks …
NBC News:
Romney says he's ‘likely’ to vote for witnesses
Discussion: The Hill
Burgess Everett / Politico:   Sen. Hawley readies subpoena votes for Bidens, Schiff
Reuters:   Defense at Senate trial says removing Trump would be ‘very dangerous’
Washington Post:
The impeachment evidence will catch up to Republicans and Trump — whether they ignore it or not
Discussion: PBS NewsHour and HuffPost
David Welna / NPR:
After Contentious Interview, Pompeo Publicly Accuses NPR Journalist Of Lying To Him  —  One day after a contentious interview followed by an expletive-filled verbal lashing of NPR host Mary Louise Kelly, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is publicly accusing her of lying to him — “twice.”
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Aaron Blake / Washington Post:
Mike Pompeo's blatant gaslighting attempt  —  On Friday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo got into it with an NPR host over her questions about Ukraine.  —  On Saturday, he issued a statement responding to the flap that seemed to that exemplifies “gaslighting.”
Daniel Arkin / NBC News:
Obama called Trump a ‘fascist’ during phone call, Sen. Kaine says in new Clinton film  —  The Va. lawmaker is heard discussing the conversation in 2016 in “Hillary,” an upcoming documentary.  —  President Barack Obama called Donald Trump a “fascist” in a phone conversation with Sen. Tim Kaine during …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
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Edward-Isaac Dovere / The Atlantic:
Obama's 2016 Warning: Trump Is a ‘Fascist’  —  Barack Obama's private assessment of Donald Trump: He's a fascist.  —  That is, at least, according to Tim Kaine, the Democratic senator from Virginia and a friend of the former president.  In a video clip from October 2016, Kaine is seen relaying Obama's comment to Hillary Clinton.
CBS News:
Impeachment trial: Trump's lawyers lay out their defense  —  Washington — President Trump's lawyers had their first chance to defend the president on Saturday after three days of Democrats' opening arguments.  In opening arguments, Mr. Trump's attorneys gave what appeared to be a two-hour preview …
Discussion: The Daily Signal and New York Post
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Veronica Stracqualursi / CNN:
Romney says ‘very likely’ he'll be in favor of witnesses but won't decide until after opening arguments  —  Mitt Romney: Democrats are making a mistake  —  Washington (CNN)Sen. Mitt Romney said Saturday that it's “very likely” that he'll be in favor of calling witnesses in the impeachment trial …
Discussion: The Hill
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Steven Nelson / New York Post:
Trump impeachment: Half-empty spectator gallery puzzles senators
Discussion: Breitbart
Jason Wilson / The Guardian:
Inside the Base: America's neo-Nazi terror network laid bare  —  Chats, audio and video obtained by the Guardian give a rare insight into the workings of a disturbing white supremacist group  —  The Base, a US-based white supremacist “social network” that has recently been targeted by the FBI …
 
 
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Nate Church / Breitbart:
Anita Hill in Iowa: Too Late for Joe Biden to Apologize
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New York Times:
‘Demeaned and Humiliated’: What Happened to These Iranians at U.S. Airports
Josh Dawsey / Washington Post:
Trump wants a Democrat to vote for acquittal in impeachment trial. White House eyes Joe Manchin.
Sheryl Gay Stolberg / New York Times:
Lamar Alexander, Set to Leave Office, Is G.O.P. Wild Card on Witnesses
 Earlier Items: 
Sophia A. Nelson / USA Today:
Donald Trump impeachment trial: For Republicans, patriotism has left the Senate chamber
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Benjamin Wallace-Wells / New Yorker:
Joe Biden's Battle with Bernie Sanders for Working-Class Voters
Discussion: Balloon Juice
Bret Stephens / New York Times:
Anyone but Trump? Not So Fast
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
Politico:
POLITICO Playbook: Schiff — and what's next
Discussion: The Hill, New York Times and Power Line
Sarah K. Burris / Raw Story:
Mitt Romney whines he's bored and doesn't care about impeachment because ‘no one is watching’