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11:25 PM ET, April 1, 2023

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Andrew Romano / Yahoo News:
Post-indictment poll: Trump surges to largest-ever lead over DeSantis  —  But the latest Yahoo News/YouGov survey also shows that most Americans don't think Trump should be allowed to serve as president again if convicted.  —  Read full article  —  President of the United States from 2017 to 2021
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Jonathan Weisman / New York Times:
Trump and Fox News, Twin Titans of Politics, Hit With Back-to-Back Rebukes  —  Donald Trump's criminal indictment and Fox News's civil trial have nothing in common, but, combined, they delivered a rare reckoning for two forces that have transformed politics.
Ankush Khardori / New York Times:
Trump's Prosecution Has Set a Dangerous Precedent  —  You were probably not alone if the news of Donald Trump's indictment seemed slightly strange: How could something so big — the first criminal indictment of an American president — seem so small?  —  Mr. Trump was not indicted for his efforts …
Washington Post:
Shocked and defiant: How Trump is responding to unprecedented indictment
Discussion: Raw Story
Insider:
Trump surges to a 26-point lead over Ron DeSantis in the 2024 GOP presidential primary post-indictment: poll
Discussion: The Hill and Political Wire
Andrea Vacchiano / Fox News:
Former AG Barr slams ‘pathetically weak’ legal theory behind Trump indictment: ‘An abomination’
Ronald Brownstein / The Atlantic:
Trump's Legal Problems Are Putting the GOP in a Vise
Victor Swezey / The Daily Beast:
WATCH: One Trump Lawyer Shades Another on Live TV  —  FRIENDLY FIRE  —  Facing an array of legal challenges from New York to Washington and Georgia, the least former President Donald Trump could ask for is to have his own defense lawyers on the same page.  That clearly wasn't the case on Saturday …
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Jared Gans / The Hill:
Jeb Bush questions Trump indictment, says jury should be ‘the voters’  —  Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who ran for president in 2016, questioned the indictment that the Manhattan grand jury issued against former President Trump on Thursday, saying the jury in deciding the case should be “the voters.”
Erik Larson / Bloomberg:
Trump Weighs Asking to Move NY Criminal Case to Staten Island  —  Former President Donald Trump's legal team is considering asking to move his criminal case from Manhattan to the more conservative New York borough of Staten Island out of concern that he won't be able to get a fair trial, according to a person familiar with the matter.
CNN:
Judge orders books removed from Texas public libraries due to LGBTQ and racial content must be returned within 24 hours  —  A federal judge in Texas ruled that at least 12 books removed from public libraries by Llano County officials, many because of their LGBTQ and racial content …
Brandi Buchman / emptywheel:
Pride before the fall?  Testimony from witnesses in seditious conspiracy trial leaves weaknesses in defense wide open  —  The end of the Proud Boys seditious conspiracy trial may be growing closer but the hole the defendants seemingly dug themselves into this week with yet more testimony from their own witnesses has grown larger.
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Alan Feuer / New York Times:
Inside the F.B.I.'s Jan. 6 Investigation of the Proud Boys  —  A log of messages shows how agents scrambled after evidence and sought to recruit members of the group all while trying to squeeze in workouts and cope with the bureau's obsolete technology.  —  In March 2021, two months …
Discussion: Alternet.org
Daniel De / The Hill:
One in four college applicants avoids entire states for political reasons  —  A new survey, drawing notice in academia, shows that 1 in 4 applicants decided against applying to a college this year solely because of the politics in its state.  —  The finding, long rumored in college admissions circles …
Ashley Capoot / CNBC:
Starbucks fired the employee responsible for igniting the Starbucks Workers United union campaign  — Starbucks fired Alexis Rizzo, the employee responsible for igniting the Starbucks Workers United union campaign, CNBC confirmed.  — Rizzo worked as a shift supervisor at Starbucks …
Tami Luhby / CNN:
These 5 states will be the first to kick residents off Medicaid starting in April  —  Millions of Americans are at risk of losing their Medicaid coverage in coming months, but residents in Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, New Hampshire and South Dakota will be the first to bear the brunt of the terminations.
Tim Meads / The Daily Wire:
Has The White House Even Said The Word ‘Christian’ Since The Nashville School Shooting?  —  The Biden administration's response to the horrific Christian school shooting on Monday has been pretty odd.  Notably, unlike other attacks on religious or ethnic groups, it does not appear that any member …
Tony Diver / Telegraph:
Joe Biden will not attend King's Coronation  —  US president will not join world leaders but may send first lady in show of support for Charles III  —  Joe Biden will not attend the King's Coronation next month, The Telegraph understands.  —  The US president is “not expected” …
Renee DiResta / Renee's Substack:
Fiction vs Reality: My Texts with Michael Shellenberger  —  For several months earlier this year, I'd been chatting with Michael Shellenberger about the Twitter Files.  He'd reached out to me in a Twitter DM on December 30th, telling me he wanted to better understand social media content moderation and transparency policy.
Discussion: RedState
Marci L. Bowers / New York Times:
What Decades of Providing Trans Health Care Have Taught Me  —  This year more than 350 anti-transgender bills have been introduced in state legislatures, pushing discussion about treatment for trans and gender-diverse patients further into the national spotlight.
Jonathan Freedland / The Guardian:
Netanyahu is leading a coup against his own country.  But the threat is not only to Israel  —  As one door slid open for Northern Ireland 25 years ago, another was sliding shut for Israel and Palestine - and disaster followed  —  ven before the freshly acquitted Gwyneth Paltrow gave us …
Discussion: Fox News
 
 
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