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Peter Baker

Pentagon Chief in Favor of Deploying U.S. Missiles to Asia nyti.ms/31d6i3f
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Ratcliffe, Nauert, Puzder, Viola, Marino, McFarland, Jackson, Moore, Cain, Shanahan.... 63 Trump nominees have withdrawn or had nominations pulled, compared to 32 for Obama at same point in presidency. usatoday.com/story/news/pol…
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NEW @nytimes investigation: China & others have taken oil from at least 12 Iranian tankers since US began full oil sanctions on May 2, in defiance of Trump. NYT looked at 70 ships. See the stunning animated map. w/ @singhvianjali @DeniseDSLu. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
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Trump 2018: “Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my presidency. When he was fired he not only lost his job he lost his mind.” 2019: "Nice to see that one of my best pupils is still a giant Trump fan. Steve joined me after I won the primaries, but I loved working with him!"
A majority of House Democrats now support an impeachment inquiry. What does history tell us about impeachment? A brisk but compelling primer with @jeffreyaengel @jmeacham @TimNaftali amazon.com/Impeachment-Am…
Just a day in the Trump White House: * Reagan treaty terminated * Spy chief nominee pulled * North Korea given pass for illegal missile launches * Rapper freed in Sweden * Trump signs deficit-raising spending bill * Top State official fired And it's not even 3 pm yet.
Trump's withdrawal of Ratcliffe came after questions were raised about exaggerations on his resume. ⁦@charlie_savagenytimes.com/2019/08/02/us/…
Trump pulls DNI nomination for Ratclifffe, saying he would be made miserable by media coverage.
Identity politics are roiling the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, prompting a huge shake-up this week and an intense scramble to include more minority staff members at the top echelons of the organization. ⁦@juliehdavisnytimes.com/2019/08/02/us/…
Prosecutors quickly determined the case did not warrant charges. nyti.ms/2My4rC7
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In an otherwise pretty tough week for the DCCC, this brings Republican retirements in the last two weeks to a half-dozen... twitter.com/hurdonthehill/…
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A dual Saudi-U.S. citizen held for 21 months in Saudi Arabia and reportedly tortured is now free, two family friends say nyti.ms/2KaLxiX
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Trump brushes off latest North Korean missile launches without any criticism, saying that even though they violate United Nations restrictions, they do not violate his personal understanding with Kim Jong-UN.
The INF Treaty, signed by Reagan and Gorbachev and a longtime bedrock of Russian-American arms control, is terminated after Trump administration concludes that Russian cheating makes it untenable to remain in the accord. @SangerNYT @ewong nytimes.com/2019/08/01/wor…
A Virginia state lawmaker explains why he disrupted Trump’s visit to Jamestown … theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/… … while Trump supporters at his Cincinnati rally tell @elainaplott that they are tired of being called racists. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
The economy added 164,000 jobs last month, almost exactly as forecast, signaling that the labor market is maintaining its energy during a record-long hiring streak. ⁦@PatcohenNYTnytimes.com/2019/08/02/bus…
People connected to the government of Saudi Arabia have run a network of fake accounts and pages on Facebook to promote state propaganda and attack regional rivals, Facebook says. nbcnews.to/2SYgn18
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During previous rounds of talks, Trump claimed victory by saying China had promised to buy American farm products and stop the flow of fentanyl. Now he has discovered China did neither.
Hear hear! @margarettalev is the real deal. But the White House press room will be the poorer for her absence. twitter.com/shearm/status/…
Team ⁦@washingtonpost⁩ is ready for the Detroit debate.
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Kelly Knight Craft, previously the ambassador to Canada, is stepping into the U.N. post at a time of broad doubts about the Trump administration’s commitment to global institutions nyti.ms/2K8GlMD
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2) Booker touted praise he got from the ACLU, late in his mayoral term, over Newark police reform...while not mentioning that this was after the ACLU filed a long complaint about policing in Newark, which was followed by a DOJ investigation that found major Booker-era violations.
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While arguing with each other, Biden and Booker both omitted important context: 1) Biden touted his 2007-onward push to kill the 100-to-1 crack/cocaine sentencing disparity...while not mentioning he was a leading figure behind the 1986 law that created the disparity.
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He misquoted it so he could falsely say it’s the same thing he said about New Hampshire. twitter.com/peterbakernyt/…
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Trump spoke with Putin by phone today. The White House says they discussed "the vast wildfires afflicting Siberia" and "trade between the two countries." No mention in the readout of Putin's crackdown on dissent that led to the arrest of more than 1,000 peaceful protesters.
A deeper look at the various false, misleading and exaggerated claims made during tonight's Democratic debate, by our best-in-the-business team of reporters. nytimes.com/2019/07/31/us/…
Once again Trump claims Obama was the one who had a policy of family separation at the border and that he, Trump, ended it. It's no more true today than it was when ⁦@YLindaQiu debunked it in April.⁩ nytimes.com/2019/04/09/us/…
Follow our ⁦@nytimes⁩ live analysis of the second Democratic debate. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
Osama bin Laden’s son Hamza, viewed as an eventual heir to the leadership of Al Qaeda, is dead, according to two American officials. ⁦@julianbarnes@adamgoldmanNYT@EricSchmittNYTnytimes.com/2019/07/31/us/… nytimes.com/2019/07/31/us/…
Trump misquotes himself. He says his critics “went after me for using the words ‘drug-infested’ concerning Baltimore.” Actually the words he used were “rat and rodent infested."
Trump administration sanctions Iran’s Zarif, saying he "implements the reckless agenda of Iran’s Supreme Leader, and is the regime’s primary spokesperson around the world."
Trump tol travel to Poland and Denmark from August 31 to September 3, White House announces.
They were colleagues on Bill Clinton’s campaign and Rahm Emanuel used to live in Stan Greenberg’s basement. But they have different views of how Democrats should approach next year’s election. @harrispolitico politico.com/magazine/story…
Embellished resume adds to confirmation challenge for Trump's pick for national intelligence director. ⁦@julianbarnes⁩ ⁦@npfandosnytimes.com/2019/07/30/us/…
Under pressure from Trump, Federal Reserve cuts interest rates for the first time in more than a decade, an effort to guard the record-long economic expansion against mounting global risks. ⁦@jeannasmialeknytimes.com/2019/07/31/bus…
Trump ordered an end to family separations at the border a year ago. Since then, more than 900 Migrant children have been removed from their families. ⁦@mirjordannytimes.com/2019/07/30/us/…
Follow the @nytimes live analysis of the Democratic debate here: nytimes.com/interactive/20…
Biden, who would be 82 at the end of a first term, faces questions about his age as he takes the debate stage tomorrow. Interviews with more than 50 Democratic voters, officials, strategists and donors showed significant unease. @katieglueck @jmartNYT nytimes.com/2019/07/29/us/…
Kamala Harris can be unsteady addressing litmus-test questions. It can be "challenging for me as a candidate, because it can be misinterpreted, I think, as being evasive, or, ‘Is she sure? Is she wiffly-waffling?’ Or whatever,” Ms. Harris said. nyti.ms/2SMXkHc
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Trump this morning: - Says he has no regrets for his attacks on Cummings/Baltimore - Doubles down on blaming Cummings for the state of some neighborhoods in Baltimore. - Claims ambiguously that Baltimore residents have called to thank him for his comments
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Kasich: "Attacking a major city is like nothing we’ve ever seen. I’ve never seen this kind of behavior and rhetoric. And frankly, I’ve never seen so many people just ignore it. It’s shocking.” @AshleyRParker @jdawsey1 @costareports washingtonpost.com/politics/looki…
At the Democratic debates starting tonight, one name not likely to be heard from any candidate not named Joe Biden? Barack Obama. Despite his high poll numbers, Democrats are oddly conflicted about Obama’s legacy, writes @billscher politico.com/magazine/story…
Several White House officials agreed during a senior staff meeting that Trump's attacks on Cummings were a bad move, but they were uncertain who could intervene with him — or if anyone would even dare try. ⁦@maggieNYTnytimes.com/2019/07/29/us/…
Virginia's black lawmakers to boycott Trump's speech at Jamestown ceremony today. nytimes.com/2019/07/30/us/…
I spent much of 2015 and 2016 in Baltimore, covering the death of Freddie Gray and its aftermath. I fell in love with the city. I went back today to talk about Trump’s attacks. Here’s what I heard: “If you had a Mt. Rushmore for hate, he would be on it.” nytimes.com/2019/07/29/us/…
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Three days later, White House discloses that Trump spoke with Boris Johnson on Friday for their first talk since Britain’s new prime minister was installed. “They agreed to immediately deepen and expand the bilateral economic relationship” once UK leaves the EU, White House says.
Amid his clash with Baltimore’s congressman over his “rat and rodent infested” district, Trump says he is meeting today with “wonderful Inner City Pastors.”
 
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