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2:20 AM ET, October 28, 2021

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Donald J. Trump / Wall Street Journal:
President Trump Responds on Pennsylvania's 2020 Election  —  Donald Trump writes a letter to the editor.  —  In your editorial “The Election for Pennsylvania's High Court” (Oct. 25), you state the fact that a court wrongly said mail-in ballots could be counted after Election Day.
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Jeremy Barr / Washington Post:
Wall Street Journal publishes letter from Trump claiming ‘rigged’ election  —  The publication of the letter, citing baseless and debunked claims, was criticized for pushing the traditional boundaries of a letters-to-the-editor page  —  Twitter may be maintaining its ban on Donald Trump …
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
The 14 things you need to know about Trump's letter in the Wall Street Journal
Discussion: Mediaite
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Who is killing the billionaires' tax?  —  Well, that was fast.  Less than 24 hours after Democrats introduced a new proposal for a billionaires' tax, Democratic leaders have pronounced it on life support, after Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) expressed grave doubts about the proposal.
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Bloomberg:
Democrats Clash on Billionaire Tax as Neal Rejects Senate Plan  — Senate proposal to tax billionaires lasted less than a day  — Lawmakers are wrangling over revenue to pay for spending bill  —  The head of the House tax-writing committee said a proposal to put a levy on the assets …
HuffPost:   Child Tax Credit Won't Get ‘Work Requirement,’ Democrats Say
Washington Post:
Trump hints at potential Arlington visit for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin  —  Former president Donald Trump on Wednesday teased the idea of making an appearance in Arlington on behalf of Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin, stirring all sides …
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Tyler O'Neil / Fox News:
McAuliffe warns against Youngkin's ‘far-right social agenda’ on abortion, same-sex marriage, ‘book banning’
New York Times:
Letitia James Is Preparing Announcement on Run for Governor  —  Ms. James, the New York attorney general, did not reveal her decision, but her top aides have told political and union leaders that she will run.  —  Letitia James, New York's attorney general, is preparing to announce as soon …
Discussion: Joe.My.God., Fox News and Townhall
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Josefa Velasquez / THE CITY:
Attorney General Letitia James Poised to Announce Run for Governor, Sources Say
Discussion: NBC News
Keshia Clukey / Bloomberg:
Jumaane Williams Officially Files to Run for New York Governor
Discussion: The Hill
Politico:
New York's attorney general said to be planning run for governor
Axios:
The progressive promise  —  House progressives say they're willing to stop holding the bipartisan infrastructure bill hostage based on a presidential promise.  —  Why it matters: A key sticking point for progressives supporting the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill was their requirement …
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Andrew Court / New York Post:
'Let's Go Brandon' rapper Bryson Gray boots Adele out of No. 1 spot with banned anti-Biden song  —  Cover your ears, President Biden!  —  A controversial new rap song mocking the leader of the free world has rocketed to the top of the iTunes charts, booting Adele from the No. 1 spot …
Katie Pavlich / The Hill:
Democrats' weaponization of the DOJ is back  —  In 2009, a national, grassroots movement known as the Tea Party emerged in cities across the country to combat then-President Obama's radical spending agenda and government takeover of American health care.  Bureaucrats at the IRS and Department …
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Mary Kekatos U.S. / Daily Mail:
How did Florida end up with one of the best COVID-19 case and death rates in the US despite Gov Ron DeSantis refusing to implement mask or vaccine mandates?  — During the peak of the recent COVID-19 surge in Florida, the state was recording 101 cases per 100,000 people and 1.77 new deaths per 100,000
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Louis Jacobson / PolitiFact:
Fact-checking Ron DeSantis on job growth in Florida
Discussion: Twitchy
Tracey Tully / New York Times:
An Oath Keeper Was at the Capitol Riot.  On Tuesday, He's on the Ballot.  —  Edward Durfee Jr. is a member of the far-right militia and was at the Capitol on Jan. 6.  He is now running for office in New Jersey.  —  Edward Durfee Jr. is many things: a former Marine, a libertarian who distrusts …
Discussion: Mother Jones and The Hill
Matt Egan / CNN:
Marjorie Taylor Greene invested as much as $50,000 in the Trump SPAC before its stock plunged  —  New York (CNN Business)Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene bought as much as $50,000 worth of shares in a shell company that is merging with former President Donald Trump's new media venture, according to a financial disclosure form.
Greg Bluestein / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
David Perdue is considering a primary challenge against Brian Kemp  —  Former U.S. Sen. David Perdue is seriously considering mounting a Republican primary challenge against Gov. Brian Kemp, according to a number of GOP activists and operatives, which would set up a divisive showdown between …
Discussion: HotAir, Raw Story and The Hill
Leah Douglas / Reuters:
Coronavirus infections at U.S. meat plants far higher than previous estimates -House subcommittee  —  Workers at the leading U.S. meatpacking plants experienced cases and death from COVID-19 that were up to three times previous estimates, according to a report by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis seen by Reuters.
Discussion: KRON4 and Balloon Juice
Radio Ink:
Bongino Off The Air This Week  —  Several affiliates have told Radio Ink that Westwood One has put The Dan Bongino Show into “best of” mode for the remainder of the week.  His program was not on the radio yesterday.  Bongino has been ranting on his show about Cumulus' vaccine mandate.
Discussion: Forbes
Geoff Leo / CBC News:
Indigenous or pretender?  —  Carrie Bourassa, one of the country's most-esteemed Indigenous health experts, claims to be Métis, Anishinaabe and Tlinglit.  Some of her colleagues say there's no evidence of that.  —  With a feather in her hand and a bright blue shawl and Métis sash draped …
Megan Brenan / Gallup:
Job Market Ratings Set Record, but Economic Confidence Slides  —  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Americans' confidence in the economy continues to weaken, and their mentions of a variety of economic issues as the nation's most important problem are rising — even as a record-high 74% say it is a good time to find a quality job.
Discussion: Breitbart, The Hill and NOQ Report
Marc Rod / Jewish Insider:
Rep. Jim Clyburn sounds alarm about midterms amid Democratic Party divisions  —  'I'm not too sure that Democrats have yet developed the will to win in 2022,' the third- ranking House Democrat warned  —  Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC), the third-highest ranking Democrat in the House …
New York Times:
Facebook tells employees to preserve all communications for legal reasons.  —  Facebook has told employees to “preserve internal documents and communications since 2016” that pertain to its businesses because governments and legislative bodies have started inquiries into its operations …
David Gilbert / VICE:
Trump-Backed QAnon Candidates Launch Group to ‘Control the Election System’  —  A coalition of right-wing MAGA candidates, including multiple Trump-backed candidates, are seeking to take control of elections in states across the U.S.—and one says they're formally working with a group of conspiracy theorists …
Discussion: Joe.My.God., Daily Kos and Raw Story
Monmouth University Polling Institute:
Murphy Maintains Lead  —  Slight narrowing in governor race, but little change overall  —  West Long Branch, NJ - Phil Murphy maintains a sizable lead over Jack Ciattarelli, although the margin has narrowed over the past two months, according to the final Monmouth ("Mon-muth") University Poll of the New Jersey governor's race.
Anna Kramer / Protocol:
Facebook's hiring crisis: Engineers are turning down offers, internal docs show  —  Facebook cannot find enough candidates to meet engineering demand, especially in the Bay Area, and has struggled and failed to meet early 2021 recruiting goals, according to a detailed internal memo outlining recruitment strategy and hiring pains.
Jonathan M. Katz / The Racket:
Some ‘very fine people’ walk into a courthouse  —  Dispatch from the big federal lawsuit in Charlottesville  —  Greetings from Charlottesville.  Today is the third day of Sines v. Kessler, the federal lawsuit brought against the organizers of the white supremacist rampage that turned …
 
 
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Charles C. W. Cooke / National Review:
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New York Times:
At McKinsey, Widespread Furor Over Work With Planet's Biggest Polluters
Rick Scott / Fox News:
Sen. Rick Scott: Suburban voters are rejecting Democrats' radical agenda
Discussion: Breitbart
Jenna Portnoy / Washington Post:
Vaccine eligibility for mood disorders underscores elevated covid risk
Discussion: KOKI-TV and Washington Examiner
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Bill Goodykoontz / Arizona Republic:
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