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6:35 PM ET, September 25, 2020

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CNN:
Sources: Trump intends to choose Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court  —  (CNN)President Donald Trump intends to choose Amy Coney Barrett to be the new Supreme Court justice, according to multiple senior Republican sources with knowledge of the process.  —  In conversations with some senior …
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Peter Baker / New York Times:
Trump Selects Amy Coney Barrett to Fill Ginsburg's Seat on the Supreme Court  —  The president's nomination of Judge Barrett, a favorite of conservatives, to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will kick off a furious and unprecedented scramble to confirm her in the Senate before Election Day.
Washington Post:
Majority says winner of presidential election should nominate next Supreme Court justice, Post-ABC poll finds  —  A majority of Americans oppose efforts by President Trump and the Republican-led Senate to fill a Supreme Court vacancy before the presidential election, with most supporters …
Gary Langer / ABC News:
Most say wait on Ginsburg seat, while opposing packing the court  —  Fifty-seven percent favor delaying action to fill the Supreme Court vacancy.  —  News headlines today: Sept. 23, 2020  —  Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.  —  Supreme Court Of The United Stat/Fred Schilling/U.S. Supreme Court
Nicholas Fandos / New York Times:
Highlights of the Final Day of Public Honors for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg  —  Here's what you need to know:  —  Justice Ginsburg breaks one final barrier, becoming the first woman to lie in state in the Capitol.  —  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg broke one final barrier on Friday …
New York Times:
The Quiet 2013 Lunch That Could Have Altered Supreme Court History
Discussion: Wall Street Journal and Reason
Wall Street Journal:
Trump Stokes the Transition Panic  —  His election remarks feed the left's fantasy of a post-election coup.  —  By The Editorial Board  —  President Trump's insistence on saying the opposite of whatever the press demands is a source of more than a little of his political success as well as many self-defeating blunders.
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Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Trump's Threats of Bloodshed Are Off Message, Republicans Worry  —  President Trump's Republican enablers — the people who might snicker at his behavior but ultimately support him — tend to dismiss his authoritarian tendencies as harmless rantings.  Accordingly, they either ignore or mock …
Discussion: Washington Post
Burgess Everett / Politico:
Republicans prep lightning-quick Supreme Court confirmation  —  The Senate is taking America for one last turbulent ride before the election.  —  President Donald Trump's Saturday announcement of his Supreme Court pick will spark a lightning-quick confirmation attempt by Senate Republicans …
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Trump dumbfounds GOP with latest unforced error
Adrienne Cobb / Forensic News:   The Trumpification of the Federal Judiciary: Part One
Sarah Longwell / The Bulwark:
Scenes from a Supreme Court Focus Group
Politico:
‘Everyone sees the train wreck coming’: Trump reveals his November endgame  —  Following his defeat in the 2016 Iowa caucus, Donald Trump accused Ted Cruz of cheating and said the results should be nullified.  —  After winning the presidency that fall, Trump insisted, without evidence …
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Axios:
The apocalypse scenario  —  Democratic lawyers are preparing to challenge any effort …
Jill Lawrence / USA Today:
Ignore the strongman fantasies. If Trump loses the election, he'll lose his job. Period.
Discussion: The Hill
Alexander Mallin / ABC News:
Barr briefed Trump on investigation into discarded Pennsylvania ballots  —  The president then revealed the investigation in an interview with Fox News.  —  Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.  —  Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images  —  A Justice Department official told ABC News Friday …
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Washington Post:   Mueller prosecutor's testimony about Roger Stone disputed by supervisors
Robert Cardillo / Denver Post:
Guest Commentary: I served under six presidents — four Republicans, two Democrats — only one has failed to serve U.S. national security interests  —  As a Commander in Chief, President Trump comes up tragically short  —  I spent over 300 mornings in the Oval Office briefing the president and his senior staff.
Discussion: NPR, IJR and The Hill
Hannah Beech / New York Times:
‘I Feel Sorry for Americans’: A Baffled World Watches the U.S.  —  From Myanmar to Canada, people are asking: How did a superpower allow itself to be felled by a virus?  And why won't the president commit to a peaceful transition of power?  —  BANGKOK — Myanmar is a poor country struggling …
Discussion: Raw Story
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Gray Rohrer / Orlando Sentinel:   Florida reopens: DeSantis lifts remaining coronavirus restrictions
Marisa Fernandez / Axios:
Florida fully lifts coronavirus restrictions on restaurants
Discussion: The Independent, Fox News and The Hill
Spencer Neale / Washington Examiner:
Ron Paul hospitalized for ‘precautionary’ reasons after appearing to suffer medical episode on livestream  —  Former Texas Rep. Ron Paul has been hospitalized for “precautionary” reasons after he appeared to suffer a stroke during a live episode of his political show Liberty Report.
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Fox News:
Ron Paul hospitalized for ‘precautionary’ reasons in Texas, Fox News has learned
Michael Levenson / New York Times:
Ron Paul Hospitalized After Medical Episode on Livestream
Discussion: Mediaite and Twitchy
Washington Post:
Trump readies a debate onslaught — and Biden allies worry  —  President Trump is gearing up to launch blistering personal attacks on Joe Biden and his family in the first presidential debate on Tuesday, while Biden is bracing for an onslaught and worried allies are warning the Democratic nominee …
John Hudson / Washington Post:
Trump administration rescinded ‘Courage Award’ for woman who criticized Trump, then gave false explanation for its decision, watchdog finds  —  The Trump administration rescinded an award recognizing the work of a journalist from Finland last year after discovering she had criticized President Trump …
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Robbie Gramer / Foreign Policy:
State Department Misled Public, Congress About Revoking Journalist's Award for Criticizing Trump
Lee Brown / Page Six:
Meghan Markle reportedly has serious ambitions to run for president  —  Meghan Markle harbors serious ambitions to run for president of the United States, according to a report.  —  After the Duchess of Sussex and husband Prince Harry dumped royal duties with their historic Megxit this year …
Discussion: Vanity Fair
Stephen Rex Brown / New York Daily News:
Appeals Court signals it's out of patience with fight over President Trump's taxes, calling his claims ‘highly contrived’  —  President Trump's relentless fight to keep his taxes from Manhattan District Cy Vance may soon reach an end.  —  The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ran out of patience Friday …
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Joe Sonka / Courier-Journal:
What to know about state Rep. Attica Scott's arrest at Louisville protest for Breonna Taylor  —  Louisville Metro Police Department officers arrested state Rep. Attica Scott Thursday evening and charged her with first-degree rioting, a felony.  —  Scott was protesting after a grand jury …
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Radley Balko / Washington Post:
Correcting the misinformation about Breonna Taylor
CNN:
Trump has lost patience with CDC head after series of mixed messages  —  (CNN)President Donald Trump has lost patience with the head of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Robert Redfield, as well as with the other public health experts on his coronavirus team …
Politico:
When Biden calls a ‘lid,’ Democrats wet the bed — and Trump starts mocking  —  If calling a “lid” enters the mainstream American lexicon, this will be the week it all started.  —  Joe Biden called a lid — the arcane term reporters use when a politician is done traveling for the day …
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Associated Press:
Biden's low-key campaign style worries some Democrats
New York Times:
At Pentagon, Fears Grow That Trump Will Pull Military Into Election Unrest  —  Defense Department officials said top generals could resign if Mr. Trump ordered the active-duty military into the streets to quell election protests.  —  WASHINGTON — Senior Pentagon leaders have a lot to worry about …
 
 
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