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3:25 PM ET, May 26, 2020

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Kara Swisher / New York Times:
Twitter Must Cleanse the Trump Stain  —  The president is spreading a vile conspiracy theory on the platform.  Maybe Twitter should finally hold him to its rules.  —  Ms. Swisher covers technology and is a contributing opinion writer.  —  “Please delete those tweets,” …
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National Review:
Trump's Grotesque Tweets  —  No one goes to Donald Trump's Twitter feed to be edified, but Trump's series of tweets the last two weeks about MSNBC host Joe Scarborough has been grotesque even by his standards.  —  Trump didn't leave it at boasting about how he supposedly used Scarborough in 2016 …
Jacob Knutson / Axios:
Husband of deceased Scarborough staffer asks Twitter to delete baseless Trump claims  —  The husband of Lori Klausutis, an aide to Joe Scarborough when he was member of Congress who died in 2001, asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to take down President Trump's tweets baselessly accusing the MSNBC host …
Timothy Bella / Washington Post:
‘I cannot breathe!’:  FBI investigates death of a black man in Minneapolis after video shows police officer kneeling on his neck  —  In a video shared on social media early Tuesday, a Minneapolis police officer pins his knee against the neck of a black man who appears to be struggling to breathe on the ground.
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Christine Hauser / New York Times:
'I Can't Breathe': Black Man Dies After Being Pinned by Police Officer  —  A bystander's video in Minneapolis shows a police officer with his knee on a man's neck during an arrest.  The man died a “short time” later, the police said.  —  Arrested man: [moaning] “What you trying to say?”
Discussion: Twitchy
Elisha Fieldstadt / NBC News:   'I can't breathe': Man dies after pleading with officer during Minneapolis arrest
CNN:
A white woman has apologized after calling police on a black man and saying 'there's an African American man threatening my life'  —  (CNN)A white woman has apologized for calling police on a black man in Central Park on Monday, after the two argued about her unleashed dog.
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Sarah Maslin Nir / New York Times:
Woman Is Fired After Calling Police on Black Man in Central Park
Discussion: Mediaite
NBC New York:
Central Park Confrontation Goes Viral, as White Woman Calls Cops on Black Man Over Dog Leash
Politico:
The general election scenario that Democrats are dreading  —  In early April, Jason Furman, a top economist in the Obama administration and now a professor at Harvard, was speaking via Zoom to a large bipartisan group of top officials from both parties.  The economy had just been shut down …
CNN:
Pentagon deputy inspector general resigns, becomes latest watchdog to exit administration  —  Washington (CNN)Defense Department Principal Deputy Inspector General, Glenn Fine, submitted his resignation Tuesday, more than a month after President Donald Trump effectively removed him as chairman …
Discussion: Raw Story and UPI
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Jacob Knutson / Axios:
Pentagon watchdog sidelined by Trump resigns
Connor O'Brien / Politico:   Pentagon watchdog resigns after being sidelined by Trump
Bryan Schott / utahpolicy.com:
Poll: Donald Trump leads Biden by just 3 points in Utah  —  The last time Utah voted for a Democrat for president was Lyndon Baines Johnson in 1964.  The Beehive State's 56-year streak of voting for Republicans for president may be in real danger according to a new poll.
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Washington Post:   Donald Trump's problems with senior voters started long before the coronavirus
detroitnews:
Purported Northern Michigan boat launch request fuels controversy for Whitmer  —  The owner of a Northern Michigan dock company says Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's husband wanted his boat placed in the water before the Memorial Day weekend as Whitmer urged residents not to rush to the region.
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Politico:
POLITICO Playbook: When powerful people think the rules aren't for them
Discussion: New York Times and Fox News
David Crow / Financial Times:
Merck chief casts doubt on coronavirus vaccine timeframe  —  US drugs group's boss Ken Frazier calls 12 to 18-month targets ‘very aggressive’ as he announces biotech acquisition  —  Merck chief executive Ken Frazier has cast doubt on the 12 to 18-month timeframe to develop an effective coronavirus vaccine …
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Morgan Phillips / Fox News:
Pence press secretary Katie Miller, who had coronavirus, says she's back at work after 3 negative tests
Discussion: Associated Press and Breitbart
USA Today:
Joe Biden questions my blackness one moment, defends racist 1994 crime bill the next  —  Much attention has been rightfully devoted to bigoted comments former Vice President Joe Biden made during his Friday interview with “The Breakfast Club” when he had the audacity to say “Well I tell you what …
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Sean Sullivan / Washington Post:   Joe Biden wins AFL-CIO endorsement
Wall Street Journal:
Facebook Knows It Encourages Division.  Top Executives Nixed Solutions.  —  The social-media giant internally studied how it polarizes users, then largely shelved the research  —  A Facebook Inc. FB 0.15% team had a blunt message for senior executives.  The company's algorithms weren't bringing people together.
Kat Stafford / Associated Press:
Biden campaign names national voter protection director  —  DETROIT (AP) — Joe Biden has hired a national director for voter protection, a role his campaign says will focus broadly on voter rights, including the disenfranchisement of people of color amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discussion: The Hill
Andrea González-Ramírez / GEN:
How 3 Vehement Bernie Backers Made Their Peace With Biden  —  The Biden-Sanders task forces could be their only opportunity to craft policy from the inside in the next four years  —  For Bernie Sanders' fiercest supporters, the end of his presidential bid last month did not mean the demise of …
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Jonah Goldberg / Los Angeles Times:
Column: Why Bernie Sanders is dead wrong about what Joe Biden should look for in a running mate
Discussion: Mother Jones
Joe Heim / Washington Post:
America's response to coronavirus pandemic is ‘incomprehensibly incoherent,’ says historian who studied the 1918 flu  —  John M. Barry, 74, is a historian and author of several books, including “The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History,” about the 1918 flu pandemic.
Discussion: Raw Story
USA Today:
As coronavirus deaths near 100,000, Trump makes America exceptional in all the wrong ways  —  When our son was very young, we used to tell him he had won at miniature golf because he had the highest score.  I think of that whenever I hear President Donald Trump use phrases like “amazingly well” …
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Salena Zito / Washington Examiner:
Three words that will decide Trump's fate: ‘Made in America’
Discussion: National Review
The Hill:
The 10 Senate seats most likely to flip  —  Five senators are staring down serious political danger ahead of the November elections.  —  With less than three months to go until Election Day, the battle for control of the Senate hinges on five key states.  Democrats are after four seats in particular …
Discussion: Althouse
Ronald Brownstein / CNN:
Changing Southwest may bring Democrats a milestone win  —  (CNN)In a critical mark of the shifting political landscape, Democrats in November could secure a clean sweep of the Senate seats from the four key Southwestern states — a milestone the party hasn't reached in nearly 80 years.
Jacqueline Feldscher / Politico:
Can NASA and Elon Musk lift off?  —  A lot will be riding on the 230-foot rocket that lifts off this week from Cape Canaveral: The lives of two NASA astronauts.  The United States' ambitions to reclaim its independence as a spacefaring nation.  And hopes for a reimagined era of space travel …
 
 
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Calvin Woodward / Associated Press:
US nears 100,000 pandemic deaths: Does Trump feel your pain?
Brian Mann / NPR:
Trump Team Killed Rule Designed To Protect Health Workers From Pandemic Like COVID-19
Brooke Singman / Fox News:
Grenell declassifies slew of Russia probe files, as Ratcliffe takes helm as DNI
Zacc Ritter / Gallup:
Republicans Still Skeptical of COVID-19 Lethality
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian / Axios:
Pro-Hong Kong resolution at British university fails after Chinese student opposition
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Death and denial in Brazil's Amazon capital
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Maggie Haberman / New York Times:
Trump Bolsters Staff for Election With New Deputy Campaign Manager
Discussion: The Daily Caller and Vanity Fair
Justice News:
Licensed Pharmacist Charged With Hoarding And Price Gouging Of N95 Masks In Violation Of Defense Production Act
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Mujib Mashal / New York Times:
How the Taliban Outlasted a Superpower: Tenacity and Carnage
Taylor Telford / Washington Post:
The meat industry is trying to get back to normal.  But workers are still getting sick — and shortages may get worse.
Quinta Jurecic / The Atlantic:
Worse Than a Pardon
Discussion: Law & Crime, Reason and Washington Post
Jonathan Watts / The Guardian:
Michael Moore film Planet of the Humans removed from YouTube
Kali Holloway / The Daily Beast:
Shaun King Keeps Raising Money, and Questions About Where It Goes