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Kendall Karson / ABC News:
Broad disapproval for Trump's handling of coronavirus, race relations: POLL  —  Evaluation of Trump's oversight of the COVID-19 crisis reached a new low.  —  President Donald Trump is facing broad disapproval for his management of the two major crises gripping the nation …
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Quint Forgey / Politico:
Poll shows Trump's coronavirus approval at all-time low
Sarah Longwell / The Bulwark:
What Women Want  —  Here's what women who voted for Trump in 2016 are saying about him now.  —  One of the great mysteries of 2016 was why so many women voted for Donald Trump.  —  Despite being caught on a hot mic talking about grabbing women “by the pu**y,” nearly 20 sexual assault allegations …
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CNN:
‘Never Trump’ movement returns for Act II, armed with President's own words and record  —  (CNN)The Never Trump movement failed four years ago.  But a small band of Republicans still bucking their party are back with a new game plan for their second act: turning President Donald Trump's words and record against him.
Adam Nagourney / New York Times:
An Unexpected Struggle for Trump: Defining an Elusive Biden  —  With only six weeks to the Republican National Convention, President Trump has yet to find a framework for attacking his opponent.  —  President Trump won the White House in no small part by seizing on Hillary Clinton's missteps …
Discussion: Political Wire
Hannah Kuchler / Financial Times:
Anthony Fauci: ‘We are living in the perfect storm’  —  The straight-talking scientist on keeping the peace with Trump and the hunt for a Covid-19 vaccine  —  I hear Anthony Fauci before I see him.  Out of view of our video call, he asks his tech assistant: “Have you wiped down the table?”
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Rebecca Shabad / NBC News:
Trump says Fauci ‘made a lot of mistakes’
Discussion: MSNBC
David Goldman / CNN:
Goya Foods boycott takes off after its CEO praises Trump  —  New York (CNN Business)The hashtag #Goyaway was trending on social media Friday after Robert Unanue, CEO of Goya Foods, appeared in the White House Rose Garden Thursday afternoon and praised President Donald Trump.
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Jake Sherman / Politico:
White House liaison to Hill out amid allegations of contacts with lobbyists  —  Chris Cox suggested while working in the White House that he was collecting intelligence or doing work after speaking to representatives and lobbyists from corporate interests.  —  The Capitol Building.
Discussion: Raw Story
Washington Post:
Trump the victim: President complains in private about the pandemic hurting himself  —  Callers on President Trump in recent weeks have come to expect what several allies and advisers describe as a “woe-is-me” preamble.  —  The president rants about the deadly coronavirus destroying …
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Jamie Ross / The Daily Beast:
White House Advisers Sick of Trump's ‘Woe Is Me’ Attitude to Crisis, Says Report
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA
Tammy Duckworth / New York Times:
Tucker Carlson Doesn't Know What Patriotism Is  —  Neither does President Trump.  —  Ms. Duckworth is a Democratic senator from Illinois.  —  A little over 240 years ago, two of my ancestors put on the uniform of George Washington's Continental Army and marched into battle …
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Matthew Stokes / The Bulwark:
Tammy Duckworth and the Trump Trap
Discussion: The Federalist
David Weigel / Washington Post:   Rep. Dan Crenshaw questions Sen. Tammy Duckworth's values in Trump campaign meetup
Apoorva Mandavilli / New York Times:
The Coronavirus Can Be Airborne Indoors, W.H.O. Says  —  The agency also explained more directly that people without symptoms may spread the virus.  The acknowledgments should have come sooner, some experts said.  —  The coronavirus may linger in the air in crowded indoor spaces …
Discussion: The Week, FOX 2, NPR and Fox News
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Lazaro Gamio / New York Times:   How Coronavirus Cases Have Risen Since States Reopened
New York Times:   Coronavirus Live Updates: The Surge in U.S. Cases Is Driven Largely by States That Reopened Early
The Objective:
A More Specific Letter on Justice and Open Debate  —  On Tuesday, 153 of the most prominent journalists, authors, and writers, including J. K. Rowling, Malcolm Gladwell, and David Brooks, published an open call for civility in Harper's Magazine.  They write, in the pages …
Amy Walter / The Cook Political Report:
Will “Cancel Culture” Stop Democratic Momentum?  —  As we have seen over the past week, the president is eager to frame this election as a war over the symbols, monuments and statues that celebrate America's historic figures.  As a White House aide told the Wall Street Journal the other day …
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Marc A. Thiessen / Washington Post:
An interview with President Trump: ‘The real hate is the hate from the other side’
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA and Politico
Marc Caputo / Politico:
Trump advisers fracture over Roger Stone pardon  —  Roger Stone is headed to prison next week unless Donald Trump intervenes.  And a chorus of outside allies is pressing the president to do just that — over the wishes of White House and campaign aides who don't like Stone and think Trump has nothing to gain by helping him.
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Michelle Goldberg / New York Times:
Trump Threatens to Turn Pandemic Schooling Into a Culture War  —  The president might sabotage parents' best hopes for getting their kids back to school.  —  Two weeks ago, I asked Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, what a functioning Department of Education …
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Nandini Jammi:
I'm leaving Sleeping Giants, but not because I want to  —  How my white male co-founder gaslighted me out of the movement we built together.  —  Nearly four years after I began building Sleeping Giants, the campaign to make bigotry and sexism unprofitable, I'm leaving — but not because I want to.
Carlos Lozada / Washington Post:
The real villain of Mary Trump's family tell-all isn't Donald.  It's Fred.  —  Review of “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man” by Mary L. Trump  —  TOO MUCH AND NEVER ENOUGH: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man  —  Simon & Schuster.
Discussion: New Republic and Vanity Fair
Olivia Nuzzi / New York Magazine:
The Unburdened Believer  —  On the morning of May 19, Larry Kudlow was booked as a guest on the Fox Business channel.  This in itself wasn't unusual.  As the National Economic Council director, the former CNBC host is a natural show pony in the stable of officials whose duties entail regular appearances …
Marist Poll:
NBC 4 New York/Marist Poll Results & Analysis  —  Governor Andrew Cuomo enjoys his highest job performance score since taking office in 2011.  60% of registered voters in New York, up from 38% in March 2019, rate Cuomo's job performance as either excellent (29%) or good (31%).
Discussion: Twitchy
Betsy Woodruff Swan / Politico:
A top terrorism fighter's dire warning  —  America's intelligence agencies risk slipping back into dangerous pre-9/11 habits, a recently departed top counterterrorism official is warning in his first public remarks on the matter.  —  Russell Travers, former head of the U.S. government's hub …
The Daily Beast:
‘Worse Than New York’: How Coronavirus Exploded in South Carolina  —  South Carolina is besieged by the coronavirus, reporting more cases per capita than most countries.  “We've completely lost control of the situation,” one doctor told the Beast.  —  At one hospital in Charleston …
Discussion: WBTW-TV and Fox News
Parker Molloy / Media Matters for America:
QAnon may be coming to Congress, and journalists need to be ready  —  “Gun-toting” restaurateur Lauren Boebert came out ahead of incumbent Rep. Scott Tipton in the Republican primary for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District.  She was described as a “guns rights activist” by Twitter …
Discussion: The Dispatch
Patricia Sullivan / Washington Post:
A small, mostly white Virginia town put up a ‘Black Lives Matter’ banner.  Ginni Thomas denounced it.  —  The banner says “Welcome to Clifton where Black Lives Matter.”  —  It was posted over the tiny Northern Virginia town's Main Street, in a space mostly used to advertise community events …
Discussion: The Week
Josh Axelrod / New Jersey Online:
Iconic Chris Christie beach pic added to Jersey Shore mural  —  Most passersby on the Ocean City boardwalk might notice a storefront mural, splashed across concrete in beachy pastel colors, overlooking the crashing waves of the Atlantic.  They might recognize the iconic Music Pier …
Zachary Cohen / CNN:
Pentagon chief confirms he was briefed on intelligence about Russian payments to the Taliban  —  (CNN)Secretary of Defense Mark Esper confirmed Thursday that he had been briefed on information regarding Russian payments to the Taliban, seemingly acknowledging that Russia's support …
Brad Kutner / courthousenews.com:
Virginia Judge Blocks Effort to Take Down Confederate Statue  —  RICHMOND, Va. (CN) — Calling a Confederate general who led an uprising against the United States of America an “American war veteran,” a state judge blocked the removal of any war monuments in the state capital Thursday afternoon.
New York Times:
How ICE Helped Spread the Coronavirus  —  These four immigrants have something in common.  They were recently deported from the United States, and they all had the coronavirus.  Even as extreme measures were taken around the world to stop the spread of Covid-19, Immigration and Customs Enforcement …
USA Today:
I hope white women will help us change America in 2020.  But so far I'm not counting on it.  —  One might think that at this point, Joe Biden choosing a Black woman as his running mate is a foregone conclusion.  However, with a Democratic Party hesitant to lose the mysterious “swing voter” …
Arizona Republic:
As COVID-19 surge persists, Ducey takes little action  —  Gov. Doug Ducey did not announce significant new measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Arizona on Thursday despite pleas for aggressive action from doctors, mayors and some state lawmakers.  —  The Republican leader acknowledged …
Associated Press:
AP: After lobbying, Catholic Church won $1.4B in virus aid  —  NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. Roman Catholic Church used a special and unprecedented exemption from federal rules to amass at least $1.4 billion in taxpayer-backed coronavirus aid, with many millions going to dioceses …
Nellie Bowles / New York Times:
Why Is a Tech Executive Installing Security Cameras Around San Francisco?  —  Chris Larsen knows that a crypto mogul spending his own money for a city's camera surveillance system might sound creepy.  He's here to explain why it's not.  —  SAN FRANCISCO — It sounds sinister.
Discussion: Althouse
Catherine Valentine / CNN:
Retired two-star Army general pleads guilty to sexually abusing his daughter  —  (CNN)Retired Army Maj. Gen. James Grazioplene on Wednesday admitted to sexually abusing his then-teenage daughter in the 1980s, in exchange for a suspension of his sentence.  —  His daughter, Jennifer Elmore, turned 49 on Wednesday.
Discussion: New York Post and Task & Purpose
Liz Clarke / Washington Post:
In private letter to Redskins, FedEx said it will remove signage if name isn't changed  —  FedEx, the shipping giant that signed a $205-million stadium naming rights deal with the Washington Redskins in 1999, notified the team in a July 2 letter that unless the team changes its name it will remove …
Yahoo Finance:
Gilead Presents Additional Data on Investigational Antiviral Remdesivir for the Treatment of COVID-19  — Data Presented Includes a Comparative Analysis of Clinical Recovery and Mortality Outcomes from the Phase 3 SIMPLE Trial Versus Real-World Cohort of Severe COVID-19 Patients Receiving Standard of Care —
 
 
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The Bulwark:
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Paul Rahe / The Federalist:
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Ex-Watergate Prosecutor Says SCOTUS Ruling Opens Door To Trump Being Indicted For Tax Fraud
Victoria McGrane Globe / The Boston Globe:
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Catherine Rampell / Washington Post:
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