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With Breanne Deppisch and Joanie Greve
THE BIG IDEA: Crowley got Cantor-ed.
The Democratic civilian war, which has been angry in proxy battles beyond the country aback Hillary Clinton struggled to bulwark off Bernie Sanders two years ago, claimed the attic Tuesday of the No. 4 in Abode administering — who actual allegedly adeptness accept become the apostle abutting year.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — a 28-year-old activist who organized for Bernie in 2016, identifies as a left-wing and was a bartender aloof aftermost year — agitated New York Rep. Joe Crowley, a 10-term bounden who chairs the Abode Democratic Conclave and controls the political apparatus in Queens.
It was not aloof the best hasty aftereffect beyond the seven states that captivated primaries bygone but the bigger agitated of 2018 appropriately far. It foreshadows fights to appear over what it bureau to be a Democrat in the age of Admiral Trump.
In abounding ways, Crowley’s defeat is akin to then-House Majority Baton Eric Cantor’s abrupt abatement in a Virginia GOP primary four years ago this month. Republicans fared able-bodied in the midterms that year, aloof as Democrats about actually will this November, but Cantor’s atrophy was a bright augury of the accumulation disruption to come, including Trump’s takeover of the GOP.
Just like abhorrence of Barack Obama kept Republicans affiliated in 2014, abhorrence with the admiral will accumulate Democrats calm activity into the abatement elections. But achieve no mistake: The party’s character crisis will be avant-garde and centermost afterwards November, abnormally if Nancy Pelosi achieve bottomward or gets dislodged as the baton of Abode Democrats. The baleful activity could become all-consuming in the affray nominating claiming to booty on Trump in 2020 and account a larboard blunder that helps the admiral win reelection.
Like Cantor, Crowley got absent by his civic ambitions. He was abundant added focused on advancing for a approaching administering chase than his own reelection. All the time on the alley fabricated him added afflicted to become the aboriginal Democratic aldermanic bounden to lose a primary aback 2016.
With all the votes counted, it wasn’t akin close. Ocasio-Cortez exhausted Crowley by 15 points, 57 percent to 42 percent.
“She took on the absolute bounded Democratic enactment in her commune and won,” Sanders said.
— Tip O’Neill is dead, and so is his aphorism that all backroom is local. Ocasio-Cortez spent the final weekend of the attack not in New York — but in Texas, agitation alfresco a child-detention center. She fabricated abandoning Clearing and Customs Administering (ICE) a centerpiece of her campaign, forth with added accelerating dreams like Medicare for all, tuition-free academy and a federal jobs guarantee.
Crowley, a appreciative backslapping Irishman, is no moderate. He was the aboriginal affiliate of Abode Democratic administering to endorse Bernie’s “Medicare for all” plan. He afresh declared ICE as “fascistic” but said that “simply abandoning the bureau doesn’t booty it out of the calmly of Jeff Sessions or this president.” The abject didn’t appetite to apprehend this affectionate of businesslike pushback.
Few voters cared about what Cantor had done for his capacity in axial Virginia — or the bacon Crowley brought aback for Queens and the Bronx.
— Ocasio-Cortez personifies several trends we’ve apparent this acclamation cycle: She’s a woman. She’s young. She’s a first-time candidate. Her mother confused to New York from Puerto Rico. She won acceptance actuality outraised added than 10 to 1 because alive activists were on her side. “Women like me aren’t declared to run for office,” she said in a attack video that went viral. “I wasn’t built-in to a affluent or a able family.” (More than bisected the district’s residents, 54 percent, are Latino. Addition 26 percent are atramentous and 5 percent are Asian. Trump accustomed beneath than 20 percent of the vote there in 2016.)
— The absorption she got highlights, in part, how athirst the accelerating grass roots are for generational change. Pelosi, 78, has now been aloft the Democratic conclave for 16 years. A Gallup poll appear bygone showed that alone 55 percent of Democrats accept a favorable actualization of the Californian.
Steny Hoyer, 79, has been Pelosi’s No. 2 that accomplished time.
James Clyburn, 77, has been No. 3 in administering for 12 years.
Crowley is a about agile 56, but Ocasio-Cortez was an 8-year-old aback he was adopted to Congress in 1998. As a candidate, she resisted committing to abutment Pelosi for leader.
— Tuesday was conceivably the best day yet of 2018 for the accelerating addition of the party:
Ben Jealous, 45, a above NAACP admiral who campaigned with Sanders, actually defeated Prince George’s Canton Controlling Rushern L. Baker III, 59, for the Maryland Democratic gubernatorial nomination. Jealous, who will now face Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, ran on adopting taxes on the wealthiest 1 percent, closing accumulated tax loopholes and shrinking prisons to pay for bigger bloom care, added academy charge and a stronger assurance net. Baker, who campaigned with Hoyer over the weekend, warned that these positions are too far larboard to win in the general.
Down the ballot, it was a actual asperous night for added accepted incumbents in Maryland. Adolescent challengers agape off accompaniment Senate Admiral Pro Tempore Nathaniel McFadden in East Baltimore and Senate Finance Administrator Thomas “Mac” Middleton in Charles County. Delegate Joseph Vallario, an 81-year-old who has chaired the accompaniment House’s Attorneys Committee aback 1993, absent in Prince George’s County. Accompaniment Sen. Joan Carter Conway, the armchair of the Education, Bloom and Environmental Diplomacy Committee in Annapolis, is abaft her amateur with about all the precincts reporting.
Out west in Colorado, Rep. Jared Polis — who is aboveboard gay and one of the added outspokenly avant-garde associates of the Abode — won the Democratic primary for governor, assault a above accompaniment agent who was backed by organized labor. Now Polis will face accompaniment Agent Walker Stapleton, a accessory of the Bush family, who won the GOP primary on Tuesday.
Back in New York, in Brooklyn, addition avant-garde anarchical about took bottomward Rep. Yvette Clarke. A few canicule ago, Clarke agilely told reporters that she was “laughing” at the primary claiming from association organizer Adem Bunkeddeko. With all the votes counted, she won by aloof four points, 52 percent to 48 percent.
In upstate, the Navy adept who was advantaged by the Democratic Aldermanic Attack Committee to booty on Rep. John Katko (R-N.Y.) in a Syracuse-area commune that was agitated by Clinton absent to Dana Balter, a baton of the bounded Indivisible chapter. This will achieve it harder to win in November.
— Crowley’s defeat creates a adeptness exhaustion in the House. Aback Cantor went down, there were abounding Republicans accessible to backpack the torch. Kevin McCarthy, Steve Scalise, Patrick McHenry and abounding others — including Paul Ryan, who had been the GOP’s 2012 appointee for carnality admiral — were accessible to move up the administering ladder.
Paul Kane explains why that does not abide for Democrats appropriate now: “One adolescent Democrat, speaking on the activity of anonymity to altercate centralized conclave politics, acclaimed that aloft his accession several years ago, he was told to watch four players: then-Reps. Chris Van Hollen (Md.), Steve Israel (N.Y.), Xavier Becerra (Calif.) and Crowley. ‘Now all are gone,’ the Democrat said Tuesday night. Van Hollen is a senator, Israel retired (and) Becerra alternate to California to serve as advocate accepted … Added associates of accomplished Abode administering included Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), who is now a senator, and Rahm Emanuel (D-Ill.), who went on to become White Abode arch of agents and is in his added appellation as abettor of Chicago. … One by one, the others absitively that it wasn’t account aggravating to delay out Pelosi or Hoyer, who accept been rivals for decades aural the caucus.”
As a result, there is no accessible actuality from the abutting bearing to footfall up:
“Crowley’s defeat could put burden on added associates of the conclave to acknowledge their ambitions now,” adds Politico’s Heather Caygle. “Chief amidst them is Rep. Linda Sanchez, carnality administrator of the conclave and No. 5 abaft Crowley. The California Democrat had been apparent as the best accessible affiliate of the administering aggregation afterwards about calling aftermost abatement for Pelosi, Hoyer and [Clyburn] to move on … Sanchez could acknowledge her intentions to run for Abode Democratic Conclave armchair now that Crowley is no best in the picture. But the aperture could additionally alert added younger, aggressive associates to vie for the post. Assembly including Reps. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) … were actuality floated by Democratic associates and aides Tuesday night.”
GOP trolling: “House Democrats, acquisitive for a post-Pelosi era, are now larboard leaderless,” said Civic Republican Aldermanic Committee abettor Matt Gorman. “The alone actuality happier tonight than Nancy Pelosi is the NRCC.”
— Ocasio-Cortez will now about actually coffer to achievement in the accepted election, acceptable the aboriginal woman adopted to Congress in her 20s from either affair in American history. Like Dave Brat, the tea partyer who bulk Cantor, she will become a bedrock brilliant with her abject and accept an almighty ample belvedere for a freshman.
David Weigel has a acceptable album on her connected attempt bid: “In the bounce of 2017 … Ocasio-Cortez was alive abaft a bar. She had helped barrage Flats Fix, a tacos and adeptness cocktail atom in Manhattan, while absorption what to do next. … She’d rallied at Standing Rock, the armpit of Native American protests adjoin a accustomed gas activity that would cut through their North Dakota land. She’d formed with Bronx Progressives and the Democratic Socialists of America to antechamber Crowley’s appointment … Amends Democrats and Casting New Congress, amidst the accelerating groups that had apprenticed her to run, assured up staffing her attack …
“Why claiming Crowley? She would explain: He was a ‘corporate Democrat,’ who accustomed added money from accumulated PACs than from bounded donors — and from the developers who were alive up apartment costs. He had voted to actualize the Department of Homeland Security. He’d voted for the war in Iraq. He’d voted for PROMESA, the bill that created a hated defalcation lath to handle Puerto Rico’s debt. ‘My grandfathering died in the storm,’ Ocasio-Cortez tweeted aftermost month. ‘Your acts shut schools and fatigued accessible casework aback we bare them most.’”
In a tweetstorm aftermost night, she explained that she won by extensive out to bodies who don’t about vote – abnormally in primaries. “I accept afflicted the calmly of bodies who accept acquainted abandoned and airy for a long, connected time. And they acquainted seen,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. “I saw bodies voting that are about never apparent in an off-year midterm primary. … [Two years] ago, the ‘experts’ told me not to bother with them. But I knew that in abnegation to appoint with non-voters, we were churning a aeon of carelessness and cynicism. So I accomplished out.”
She charcoal an active, accustomed affiliate of the Democratic Socialists of America, which congratulated her:
Asked “what about socialism appeals to you,” she told Vogue annual aftermost week: “To me, what socialism bureau is to acceding a basal akin of dignity. … And it’s additionally to say that we charge to actually appraise the actual inequities that accept created abundant of the inequalities — both in acceding of economics and amusing and ancestral amends — because they are intertwined. This abstraction of, like, chase or chic is a apocryphal choice. Akin if you capital to abstracted those two things, you can’t abstracted the two. They are intrinsically and accordingly tied. There is no added force, there is no added party, there is no added absolute credo out there appropriate now that is asserting the minimum elements all-important to beforehand a aristocratic American life.”
— Chic act: Crowley, who loves to comedy the guitar, conceded to his adolescent amateur by dedicating a song to her. Afresh he performed Bruce Springsteen’s “Born to Run.”
“In the day we diaphoresis it out on the streets of a delinquent American dream,” the song goes. “We gotta get out while we’re adolescent ‘cause tramps like us, babyish we were built-in to run … The highways awash with burst heroes on a aftermost adventitious adeptness drive. … Everybody’s out on the run tonight but there’s no abode larboard to hide. … Oh, anytime girl, I don’t apperceive when, we’re gonna get to that abode breadth we actually appetite to go and we’ll airing in the sun. But ‘till then, tramps like us: babyish we were built-in to run.”
— Andrew Cuomo should be scared. Cynthia Nixon, the above “Sex and the City” brilliant who is arduous the Democratic governor in a primary, accustomed and campaigned with Ocasio-Cortez. “This is a achievement for the bodies over the powerful, for the grass roots over the establishment, for accelerating Democrats over accumulated Democrats,” said Nixon, who was at her achievement affair in a Bronx cafe. “This is what happens aback you accord bodies a choice. They actualization up and they adios the cachet quo.”
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One anomaly of the Empire Accompaniment is that aldermanic primaries are captivated on a altered day than primaries for accompaniment offices, so Cuomo does not face the abject until Sept. 13. He’s confused larboard on about every affair to bulwark off Nixon. Watch for that to beforehand akin added afterwards Crowley’s defeat.
— How the account is playing:
OTHER NOTABLE PRIMARY RESULTS —
In Utah: Mitt Romney calmly won the GOP primary to achieve backward Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).
In New York: Rep. Daniel Donovan won the GOP primary afterwards Trump accustomed him over above abettor Michael Grimm, who was waging a improvement bid afterwards confined time in federal bastille for tax artifice in 2014.
In South Carolina: Gov. Henry McMaster, added by Trump at a assemblage on Monday night, won the Republican runoff to accumulate his seat, which he got aback Nikki Haley accommodated to become the U.S. abettor to the Affiliated Nations.
State administrator Lee Bright — who was one of the few Republicans to altercate the abatement of the Confederate banderole from the statehouse — absent the runoff to addition accompaniment legislator, William Timmons, in the chase to alter backward Rep. Trey Gowdy, the administrator of the Abode Oversight Committee.
In Maryland: David Trone, the Potomac administrator who owns Absolute Wine & More, won the Democratic primary for the Abode coffer actuality alone by Rep. John Delaney (D) by pumping in added than $10 actor of his own money. Trone will face Republican aegis architect Amie Hoeber in November. Two years ago, Trone absent the Democratic primary in addition aldermanic commune to Rep. Jamie Raskin akin afterwards spending $13 million.
Sen. Benjamin Cardin (D) calmly exhausted aback a primary claiming from Chelsea Manning, the above intelligence analyst who served time in bastille for aperture classified intelligence information.
Longtime Montgomery Canton board affiliate and allegiant accelerating Marc Elrich and affluent Potomac abettor and political newcomer David Blair are apprenticed in a abutting activity for the Democratic best to be Montgomery Canton executive.
Prince George’s Canton State’s Advocate Angela Alsobrooks won the Democratic best for canton executive, authoritative her the cutting admired to become the aboriginal woman to beforehand the burghal area.
— Happening tonight: The Daily 202 Alive with Abode Majority Whip Steve Scalise. I’m interviewing the Louisiana Republican at The Column from 6 to 7 p.m. (More capacity here.)
WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING:
— A federal adjudicator barred ancestors separations at the apprenticed and ordered clearing admiral to accumulate migrants already afflicted by the activity aural 30 days. Isaac Stanley-Becker reports: “Judge Dana M. Sabraw of the Affiliated States Commune Cloister for the Southern Commune of California accepted a basic admonition accustomed by the American Civilian Liberties Union. He said all accouchement charge be alternate to their families aural 30 days, while accouchement beneath 5 charge be reunited with parents in bisected that time. All parents charge be advantaged to allege with their accouchement aural 10 days. … The government had apprenticed Sabraw not to admission the injunction, adage [the controlling adjustment Trump active aftermost week] had apprenticed the apropos activation the suit.” Sabraw, a George W. Bush nominee, said this of Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy: “The adverse absoluteness is that beneath the present system, accidental accouchement are not accounted for with the aforementioned adeptness and accurateness as property.”
— Civic aegis adviser John Bolton diplomacy to accommodated with Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin today to advice akin a acme amidst Trump and the Russian president. Anton Troianovski reports: “Bolton is additionally affair with Russian Adopted Minister Sergey Lavrov, Kremlin adopted activity adviser Yuri Ushakov, and associates of Russia’s Aegis Council, Kremlin abettor Dmitry Peskov said. … The affair is accepted to booty abode while Trump is in Europe in mid-July. He is appointed to appear the acme affair of the North Atlantic Accord Alignment July 11 and 12 and to appointment Britain on July 13. Peskov beneath to animadversion on account letters that a Trump-Putin affair could booty abode in Vienna or Helsinki.”
— Some European governments are acute the White Abode to beforehand the abeyant Trump-Putin affair until afterwards the NATO summit. Karen DeYoung and John Hudson report: “A balmy and effusive Trump affair with Putin could betrayal cracks in the alliance, which is disconnected over whether the West should added abstract Russia or accessible added chat and business diplomacy with it. … But worries are so aerial that one arch European diplomat, in a contempo conversation, apoplectic mid-sentence to brood about whether it was worse for the two to accommodated afore the NATO acme — aback abounding accord leaders abhorrence the U.S. admiral adeptness achieve big concessions to Putin afterwards ascribe from them — or after, aback they would be clumsy to mop up a mess. Both options are bad, assured the abettor … ”
— Helsinki has emerged as a able adversary to host the summit. Vienna had ahead been floated, but one U.S. official said that advantage has abundantly been disqualified out. (Bloomberg News)
GET SMART FAST:
A federal analysis activate women are still underrepresented in key jobs at the FBI, DEA, ATF and Marshals Service. Of all the agencies’ bent investigators, alone 16 percent were women, according to the report. (Devlin Barrett)
A BIG DAY AT SCOTUS:
— The Supreme Cloister voted to advocate Trump’s biking ban, delivering a above achievement to the administering as justices disqualified 5 to 4 that Trump has the ascendancy to ban travelers from assertive Muslim-majority countries over civic aegis concerns. Beneath the third and accepted abundance of the ban, biking restrictions will be imposed on bristles Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen — as able-bodied as North Korea and Venezuela (which were not allotment of the challenge).
“[Writing for the majority, Arch Amends John Roberts] accustomed to comedy bottomward the political aspects of the case, autograph that the presidential announcement that led to the ban ‘is actually aural the ambit of presidential authority,’” Robert Barnes and Ann E. Marimow report. “He said that ascendancy has not been debilitated by ‘this President’s words’ and alone arguments that the adjustment was biased because of the absolute adoration of best of the afflicted countries. He added: ‘We accurate no actualization on the acumen of the policy.’ [Tuesday’s decision] was the aboriginal time the aerial cloister had brash the affirmation of a activity that has captivated the administering aback its alpha [and] aloft questions about the judiciary’s role in civic aegis issues usually larboard to the political branches.”
But Amends Sonia Sotomayor afresh alleged out Trump by name in a afire and diffuse dissent, arguing that the court’s accommodation “repeats the adverse mistakes of the past” and “tells associates of boyhood religions” in the Affiliated States that “they are outsiders.” The government is about “replacing one acutely amiss accommodation with another,” she wrote. “But this repackaging does little to absolve Presidential Announcement No. 9645 of the actualization of bigotry that the President’s words accept created.” She was abutting in her bone by Amends Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
— The Supreme Cloister additionally disqualified that California’s crisis abundance centers do not accept to column notices or allocution to patients about accompaniment aborticide services. In the 5-to-4 decision, the bourgeois majority said a law acute such advice apparently violates chargeless accent rights. Robert Barnes reports: “Justice Clarence Thomas wrote the 5-to-4 decision. He said that the ‘government-drafted script’ accurately mentions aborticide — ‘the actual convenance that petitioners are adherent to opposing.’ ‘Requiring petitioners to acquaint women how they can access state-subsidized abortions, at the aforementioned time petitioners try to dissuade women from allotment that advantage . . . audibly alters the agreeable of petitioners’ speech,’ Thomas wrote. … Amends Stephen G. Breyer wrote the bone for the court’s liberals, and apprehend genitalia of it from the bench. He said the cloister has afresh upheld accompaniment laws that accommodate a calligraphy for doctors aback they are counseling women gluttonous abortions. ‘If a accompaniment can accurately crave a doctor to acquaint a woman gluttonous an aborticide about accepting services, why should it not be able, as here, to crave a medical advisor to acquaint a woman gluttonous prenatal affliction or added changeable healthcare about accouchement and aborticide services?’ Breyer wrote.”
— Central the West Wing: The travel-ban cardinal could activate Trump as he seeks to added accommodate the clearing system. “Aides declared an air of absolution and akin bliss in the West Addition aloof canicule afterwards Trump acceded to an changeabout over his ancestors break activity in the face of an all-embracing uproar,” David Nakamura writes. “Immigrant rights advocates said the [ruling] is apprenticed to fortify Trump’s confidence to beforehand the administration’s efforts to asphyxiate off acknowledged avenues for refugees, adopted accepting and acting workers, all of whom accept been confronted with new hurdles for entry. ‘If you can affair an absolute ban, there’s no end to what you can accomplish,’ said Leon Fresco, an clearing advocate who served as an abettor to [Chuck Schumer] … ‘You can about-face it on any country at any time for any reason.’”
— Amidst Muslims: In the U.S., Muslims spent abundant of the day grappling with the biking ban ruling — which they accept “redefines their abode in America,” Abigail Hauslohner reports: “Activists fabricated diplomacy for added than a dozen rallies beyond the country Tuesday night … with the slogans #NoMuslimBanEver and #StandWithMuslims. But all the ablaze outrage, the planned protests and the access of accord and condolences from anxious friends, colleagues and politicians acquainted aback anachronistic to [many, including U.S. aborigine Ramy Almansoob, whose wife and daughters abide ashore in war-torn Yemen]. What mattered now was the catechism that Almansoob’s wife was allurement through tears over the buzz from 13,000 afar abroad …. ‘She asked that catechism that I don’t accept an acknowledgment to,’ he said. ‘What’s next? I don’t see any band-aid except aggravating to acquisition addition country for myself and my ancestors to alive in,’ he said.”
— Amidst religious alternative groups: “Many arresting acknowledged and advancement groups who call themselves as focused on religious alternative put out no statements Tuesday . . . despite the arguments aloft in the case about religious discrimination,” Michelle Boorstein reports. “’Compared with added contempo federal rulings about religious liberty, ‘I would accept said we were in a aeon aback the cloister was caring added about religion,’ said Noah Feldman, a built-in law academic at Harvard University who focuses on law and religion. ‘But this makes it attending like what the cloister cares about is the adoration of evangelical Christians, not Muslims. It makes it attending like the Supreme Cloister doesn’t accept a accepted affair for religion. It looks abominably motivated.’”
— For checks and balances: “The [travel ban decision] came with a cardinal of absorbing wrinkles,” University of Michigan law assistant and above Supreme Cloister abettor Richard Primus writes in Politico Magazine. “It independent an absolute admonishment of Trump’s motives in signing the order, akin acceptance it let the adjustment stand. And it repudiated Korematsu vs. Affiliated States, a discredited 1944 accommodation that accustomed the U.S. to accelerate Japanese-American citizens to bondage camps during wartime, akin as it upheld a activity with a abominable motive on breadth agnate to that 70-year-old ruling. … But the decision’s best important takeaway is the one articulate amidst the curve of a abbreviate accedence by Amends Anthony Kennedy: Aback a absolute blackmail to the American built-in adjustment comes — aback a admiral decides to act adverse to axiological built-in ethics — we cannot adding on the courts to save us.”
— On citation tweets in court: The justices’ writings on the acceptation of Trump’s tweets could set an important precedent, Brian Fung writes. “Whether a president’s tweets backpack allusive force in the eyes of the law is a cogent issue, not atomic because Trump charcoal afflicted in abstracted activity over whether he abandoned the Constitution by blocking his followers on Twitter. But as admiral move added of their communications online, the demands on the attorneys to adapt those statements for accessible activity will increase. … In Roberts’s view, so connected as there is a acutely articulate and acknowledged purpose for application a adeptness accepted to the president, afresh presidential tweets should not be a factor.”
ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN AND WOMEN:
— Trump’s VA secretary appointee Robert Wilkie is advancing for his Senate accepting audition today, breadth Democrats will columnist him on the decades he spent alive carefully with polarizing abstracts and arresting their angle on aggregate from the gender pay gap to the Confederate flag. Paul Sonne and Lisa Rein report: “Wilkie, 55, has categorical credentials: Three decades at the centermost of the country’s best important aggressive policies. The son of an Army accoutrements administrator … and a assets administrator in the Air Force himself. But Wilkie, a cerebral, bashful activity wonk, is no apolitical accessible assistant . . .
“Throughout his career, Wilkie — a above affiliate of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, the accumulation primarily accepted for its aegis of Confederate symbols — has shown “a alertness to activity on the avant-garde curve of his bosses’ adeptness wars,” Paul and Lisa report. “Earlier this year he led efforts to absolve Trump’s abreast broad ban on transgender troops. In 1997, he rebutted a Democratic angle to ensure according pay for alive women. And in 1993, he about dedicated a bootless beforehand by [ex-Sen. Jesse] Helms to abutment an alignment whose logo included the Confederate flag.”
— Sarah Huckabee Sanders will activate accepting Secret Account aegis alfresco her home as aboriginal as today. It is cryptic how connected it will last, acceptance it is believed to be temporary. CNN’s Elizabeth Landers and Jim Acosta report: “The account comes canicule afterwards Sanders was asked to leave a baby Lexington, Virginia, restaurant because of her role with the Trump administration.”
— Gregory S. Schneider has this dispatch from Red Hen, the restaurant Sanders was asked to leave: “America bankrupt out Tuesday afternoon in this baby Shenandoah Valley town. … The bizarre red restaurant … was appointed to accessible for banquet account at 5 p.m. Protesters began assuming up about 3. At first, it was aloof two guys captivation Trump banners, a Confederate banderole and a Corey Stewart for U.S. Senate sign. … Added protesters abutting the Confederate guys, who had confused assimilate the sidewalk in avant-garde of the still-dark Red Hen restaurant. ‘Don’t eat at the commie cluck,’ apprehend one woman’s hand-lettered poster. … A man in a blooming hat and atramentous shirt went up to the Confederate guys and yelled in their faces: ‘Trump is a chump!’ Asked by a anchorman to analyze himself, the man beneath — and offered a business calendar for the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.”
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— The buyer of the Red Hen accommodated from her role as controlling administrator of Main Street Lexington, a volunteer-based organization. “Considering the contest of the accomplished weekend, Stephanie acquainted it best that for the connected success of Main Street Lexington, she should footfall aside,” the organization’s admiral said. (WSLS)
THE IMMIGRATION WARS RAGE ON:
— Democratic assembly alone a attenuated GOP plan aimed at outlawing Trump’s former family break policy, concealment diplomacy for a quick fix on the issue (especially appropriate afore a 10-day aldermanic recess). Mike DeBonis and Seung Min Kim report: “Republicans are disturbing to cull calm targeted legislation to abode the acknowledged implications of the activity during a accessible clamor bristles months afore midterm elections with aldermanic majorities at stake. Draft GOP legislation would change absolute law to acquiesce the Department of Homeland Aegis to ascendancy families calm indefinitely in custody, extending a 20-day absolute on adolescent detentions accustomed beneath a 1997 cloister adjustment accepted as the Flores case. … One angle accustomed by best Senate Republicans would move those families to the avant-garde of the band for adjudication, which, they say, would aftereffect in the families actuality abandoned or appear into the Affiliated States aural weeks.”
Both Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer said they could not endorse a plan that would extend ancestors detention. “Everybody in our conclave understands that the Flores accommodation is not bigger by extending the breadth of time; it is weakened,” Pelosi said, calling it a “cynical attempt” by the GOP. And Schumer said it charcoal the albatross of the Trump administration, not Congress, to about-face the “zero tolerance” administering policy. “The admiral created this problem,” Schumer told reporters. “The quickest way to fix it is administratively.”
— The administering is aggravating to punt: HHS Secretary Alex Azar told the Senate Finance Committee bygone that it is “up to Congress” to annul the Flores agreement. Colby Itkowitz reports: “[Azar said] that if assembly acquisition a aldermanic fix … afresh the families could be reunited immediately. Otherwise, he said, those accouchement will charge to delay for their parents to be either accepted access to the Affiliated States or deported.” “I cannot accumulate them … while the parents are in aegis because of the cloister adjustment that doesn’t acquiesce the kids to be with their parents for added than 20 days,” Azar said. “We charge Congress to fix that.”
Azar beneath to acknowledgment a catechism from Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), who asked about the cardinal of accidental parents who apperceive the breadth of their child. Instead, he fabricated the ambiguous affirmation that the Appointment of Refugee Resettlement has a “portal” that could locate accidental accouchement “within seconds.” That acknowledgment was rebuffed by Wyden, who argued Azar’s claims don’t band up with abounding immediate accounts he’s heard from parents. “The American bodies are accepting lots of deception, lots of aflush answers and not a lot of facts,” said Wyden.
— Trump already afresh accepted added allotment for a apprenticed coffer during a affair with Republican lawmakers. Seung Min Kim and Erica Werner report: “But clashing added times aback he alleged for added coffer funding, Trump did not actually corruption to shut bottomward the government if he didn’t get the added funding, according to attendees and others abreast on the midday affair central the Cabinet Room at the White House. … Yet the bisect over how abundant to absorb on Trump’s admired apprenticed coffer charcoal a austere point of altercation until September because of Democratic attrition and a GOP that needs their advice with accidental spending bills, decidedly in the Senate.”
THE HUMAN TOLL:
— Trump’s plan to apprehend families calm for best stretches of time would amount ICE billions of dollars it doesn’t have, HuffPost’s Roque Planas reports. “Family apprehension centers are awfully added big-ticket [because by] cloister order, they charge be beneath anchored than archetypal immigrant apprehension accessories [since] they abode children. The federal government takes on the amount of educating the accidental kids they lock up, forth with accouterment medical care, accidental clothing, adolescent affliction food including diapers and aerial chairs … All of that inflates the amount of the boilerplate ancestors apprehension centermost bed to about three times the $134 per day that the federal government currently pays to apprehend a distinct adult. … A back-of-the-napkin appraisal for the amount of abacus 15,000 new ancestors apprehension beds puts the absolute amount at almost $2 billion annually ― a amount that amounts to added than a division of ICE’s absolute account for this year.”
— Foster-care advocates say it’s absurd the government will be able to accumulate all of the immigrant accouchement with their parents, blame abounding kids into a system they say is “stacked against” Latinos and minorities. “With few Spanish-speaking caseworkers, it’s a claiming tracking bottomward ancestors associates of the accouchement … and added ancestors active in the states adeptness be abashed to footfall avant-garde to affirmation them because of fears of actuality bedfast or abandoned themselves,” the AP’s Jesse Holland reports.
— “‘When will I see you, Mama?’: A ancestors breach throughout the country waits to be reunited,” by Lori Rozsa: “They didn’t apperceive about Trump’s ‘zero-tolerance’ clearing policy. Now they’re afar in Georgia, Florida and Michigan.”
— A U.S. Customs and Apprenticed abettor allegedly threatened to put up for adoption an immigrant’s daughter unless she agreed to accord up her cover affirmation and acknowledgment to Guatemala, according to a arch ACLU attorney. The Daily Beast’s Michael Hardy reports: “Because Maria had committed a abomination breach by bridge the border, she and her babe were beatific to a processing centermost breadth a CBP administrator allegedly gave Maria a abrupt choice. If she gave up her cover affirmation …. she and her babe would abide together. If she activated for asylum, on the added hand, Maria would be befuddled in bastille for a year and her babe would be put up for adoption. Maria would never see her babe again. … Beneath Texas law, a adolescent may alone be put up for accepting if the biological parents accord to the accepting or a adjudicator terminates their affectionate rights.”
— The aboriginal adult diplomacy to appointment added clearing accessories afterwards this week. CNN’s Kate Bennett notes: “It is not accepted breadth actually Trump diplomacy to go but it is acceptable the aboriginal adult will see contiguous an clearing processing apprehension centermost as had been allotment of her plan in McAllen, Texas, aftermost Thursday, afore calamity altitude prevented her from going.”
— Threats adjoin DHS advisers are escalating, admiral say. Nick Miroff reports: “Over the weekend, a charred, headless rodent body was larboard on the doorstep of a arch DHS staffer in the Washington busline area, according to an official at the agency. ‘This is the best aggressive ambiance for DHS advisers aback Trump took office,’ the DHS official said.”
THERE’S A BEAR IN THE WOODS:
— The Abode Attorneys Committee accustomed a nonbinding resolution ambitious the Amends Department accouter added abstracts for its Russia investigation. Karoun Demirjian reports: “The measure, which the console adopted by a vote of 15 to 11, was acknowledgment by some of the House’s best bourgeois Republican associates as a forerunner to added castigating achieve they accept advocated demography adjoin [Deputy Advocate Accepted Rod] Rosenstein, such as captivation him in antipathy of Congress, or akin impeaching him, over complaints about the Department’s acknowledgment to several certificate requests accompanying to its Russia probe. … But acceptance the attorneys committee’s abutment for their resolution, [the panel’s added bourgeois members] do not assume to accept the abounding abutment of GOP administering in their efforts.”
— A federal adjudicator in Virginia disqualified that Robert Mueller’s case of Paul Manafort on coffer and tax artifice accuse may advance. Rachel Weiner reports: “If there are no added delays, the July 25 balloon in U.S. Commune Cloister in Alexandria will be the aboriginal case brought by Mueller’s aggregation to appear afore a jury. [U.S. Commune Adjudicator T.S. Ellis III] fabricated after-effects aback he broiled prosecutors from the appropriate counsel’s appointment aftermost month, analytic whether the crimes Manafort is accused of committing while alive for a Russia-backed political affair in the Ukraine were alfresco the ambit of their analysis of Russian arrest in the 2016 election. The adjudicator assured that while he is, in general, agnostic of appropriate counsels, this one was accurately created and followed its authorization in prosecuting Manafort.”
THE REST OF THE TRUMP AGENDA:
— The Aldermanic Account Appointment says the arrangement of federal debt to U.S. gross calm artefact will anon hit its accomplished point aback 1950. Jeff Stein reports: “The debt is projected to abound to 96 percent of GDP by 2028 afore eventually afore the actual aerial of 106 percent it accomplished in 1946. … The 1946 aerial was prompted by a spending beforehand to armamentarium Apple War II, and added spikes in the debt accept been apprenticed by bread-and-butter downturns. But the accepted bang comes amidst a about advantageous economy, suggesting a structural gap amidst how abundant the country collects in taxes and how abundant it spends.”
— Trump aides say he feels betrayed by Harley-Davidson’s accommodation to move some of its assembly beyond because of European tariffs. David J. Lynch and Philip Rucker report: “His afflicted tweetstorm — echoed in consecutive comments at the White Abode — fabricated it bright that he took Harley’s activity personally. But the access additionally reflected a admiral grappling with the aftereffect of behavior he accepted to aftermath a added favorable outcome, say barter experts. … Trump’s abrupt altercation with Harley — an American architect he feted at the White Abode aloof aftermost year — alveolate a aggregation apprenticed by cyberbanking adding adjoin a abettor admiral who takes a acutely appropriate and affecting actualization of all-around commerce. … While the admiral complained Tuesday about Europe’s barter barriers, he has not pursued negotiations adjoin a new accord that adeptness accept alone those adverse Harley.”
— Trump thinks the Senate should action added like it does in the fabulous 1939 cine “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.” From Politico’s John Bresnahan, Burgess Everett and Sarah Ferris: “Trump had a simple bulletin for Senate Republicans during a affair at the White Abode Tuesday: Kill the delay now, afore [Schumer] and the Democrats do. Trump told added than 15 Abode and Senate GOP appropriators that Schumer, the Senate boyhood leader, would get rid of the aldermanic delay if Democrats took over the alcove in November. According to several lawmakers, Trump appropriate that a alternate acquaintance he shares with Schumer heard this from the New York Democrat and afresh anesthetized the tidbit assimilate the president. In Trump’s view, Senate filibusters should alone booty abode aback a abettor stands up and holds the floor. Trump mentioned ‘Mr. Smith Goes To Washington’ … as an archetype of how the action should operate.
THE NEW WORLD ORDER:
— U.S. admiral are blame allies to cut oil imports from Iran in the advancing months — with Accompaniment Department aides admonishing that it will admission “no waivers” on accessory sanctions levied adjoin adopted companies that abide to do business with Tehran. Carol Morello reports: “Britain, France and Germany … say they intend to advocate their commitments and still do business with Iran. They accept asked the administering to admission waivers to assure their companies in key sectors such as energy, banking, aerodynamics and pharmaceuticals. But the administering says that aperture is bankrupt … ‘We’re not acceding waivers,’ [one] Accompaniment Department official said. ‘What we’ve been cogent them in mutual diplomacy is they should be advancing now to go to zero’. … The official has already catholic to several European and Asian capitals analogue U.S. expectations, and will appointment China and India next.”
— Syrian government armament avant-garde into a insubordinate enclave, aqueous bottomward airstrikes on civilians alongside Russian troops — and banishment an estimated 45,000 Syrian civilians to abscond added into rebel-held territory. “With abandon escalating, diplomats and experts acquaint that the abridged could become a geopolitical tinderbox able of destabilizing adjoining Jordan and triggering a added activity amidst Israel and Iran,” Louisa Loveluck and Asma Ajroudi report. “A accord acceding amidst the Affiliated States, Russia and Jordan had abundantly kept the accord for months while the Syrian army focused on rebel-held regions afterpiece to [Damascus]. But with those conquered, Syrian Admiral Bashar al-Assad’s armament accept angry their absorption to Syria’s southwest.”
— Joe Biden told The Post’s Josh Rogin that Trump’s admiral is accepting a adverse aftereffect on U.S.-European alliances. “The things that are the best debilitating from the angle of best of the Europeans is the way he conducts himself aback he is with allies,” Biden said. “Several of them accept said to me the amount of boldness apparent is debilitating.” The above carnality admiral added that Trump’s accomplishments accession skepticism about the avant-garde apple order. “It lends itself to charlatans who booty two isms — bellicism and populism — and use them to accessible up amplitude to be able to corruption power,” Biden said. Asked whether those adverse trends achieve him appetite to run for admiral in 2020, Biden said, “It makes me feel accusable about not absent to [run for president]. But it doesn’t achieve me appetite to. I’m not attractive to alive in the White House, I’ve apparent it up close.” He afresh added: “But all badinage aside, I don’t apperceive what I’m activity to do.”
— During his appointment to Brazil, Mike Pence alleged on Latin American countries to account U.S. borders. Felicia Sonmez reports: “The animadversion by Pence came in a collective actualization with Brazilian Admiral Michel Temer. Pence and Homeland Aegis Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen are accepted to accommodated with the presidents of Guatemala and Honduras and the carnality admiral of El Salvador on Thursday in Guatemala to altercate the clearing crisis at the U.S. southern border. ‘To all the nations of the region, let me say with abundant respect, that aloof as the Affiliated States respects your borders and your sovereignty, we assert that you account ours,’ Pence said during the actualization in Brasilia. … The animadversion by Pence represent the best absolute accessible account to date by a affiliate of the Trump administering to Latin American leaders on the clearing crisis.”
— Afghan Admiral Ashraf Ghani bound a New York Times op-ed entitled, “I Will Negotiate With the Taliban Anywhere:” “For the aboriginal time in about four decades of fighting, the Afghan government appear a unilateral accord for eight days. The Taliban alternate anon afterwards with a accord for three canicule over the Eid holiday. … For three days, it fabricated no aberration whether you were a Talib or an Afghan soldier; a woman or a man; a Tajik, a Pashtun or a Hazara. For three days, Afghans were affiliated and animated by the achievability of peace. We rediscovered altruism and accepting aural us. … The anniversary was brief, as the Taliban did not alternate our accommodation to extend the unilateral accord for 10 added days. But those three canicule showed that we charge claiming our assumptions about accord in Afghanistan.”
— “Three China Activity Watch activists arrested aftermost year while investigating abuses at Chinese suppliers for Ivanka Trump’s appearance casting were appear from bond Tuesday … but questions abide about their adeptness to alive and assignment advisedly in China,” the AP’s Erika Kinetz reports. “Last May, the activists were arrested and bedfast for a ages as they aggregate affirmation of low pay and boundless overtime, as able-bodied as concrete and awkward exact corruption at a Huajian Accumulation shoe branch in the southeastern Chinese burghal of Ganzhou. Huajian has absolved those allegations as apocryphal and said the men were administering automated espionage.”
SOCIAL MEDIA SPEED READ:
Trump went afterwards Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) afresh in a morning tweet:
Reversing himself again, Trump encouraged Abode Republicans to accept their accommodation clearing bill:
Last night, Trump acclaimed Crowley’s primary defeat:
(In fact, abounding Democratic voters acquainted like Crowley was not boxy abundant in his attacks on Trump. No political accessible in either affair believes actuality nicer to Trump would accept helped him win.)
Trump additionally bidding achievement of affable Mitt Romney, who he already alleged a “choke artist,” to Washington:
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And he congratulated Rep. Dan Donovan in his primary achievement over Michael Grimm, who casting himself as a added agog adherent of Trump’s agenda:
Civil-rights figure John Lewis accursed the biking ban decision:
From a Senate Democrat:
A Abode Democrat, the aboriginal Muslim American adopted to Congress, compared the accommodation to Japanese internment:
From an NPR correspondent:
From a above arch adviser to Barack Obama:
A above CIA administrator brash the GOP to acquisition its “Watergate heroes”:
One Abode Republican backed Trump’s again calls to change Senate rules:
Ivanka Trump visited Capitol Hill:
Chelsea Clinton argued adjoin the accepting of Robert Wilkie as VA secretary:
Trump’s attack has started fundraising off administering officials’ contempo encounters with protesters:
And an ABC Account intern won this year’s “running of the interns” at the Supreme Court:
— “Trump comes to town, and Republicans achievement he creates a red wave,” by Jenna Johnson: “Presidential visits are a big deal, no amount who is in the White Abode — but Trump’s accession in a association can generally feel as if he has cannonballed into a baby pool, assimilation anyone who is anywhere abutting by and abrogation ripples that abide connected afterwards Air Force One has departed. Those afflicted are generally bemused about actuality swept up in article so big or angered to accept such a affair appear in their community.”
— New York Times Magazine, “Jonathan Franzen Is Fine With All of It,” by Taffy Brodesser-Akner: “[To] abstain agenda alternation these canicule is to not participate in life. If you are activity to position yourself as a accessible intellectual, if you’re activity to address novels about our avant-garde condition, don’t you accept to participate in it? But his acknowledgment was no. No. No, you actually don’t. You can absence a meme, [Franzen said], and annihilation actually changes. You can be alleged fragile, and you will alive … Bodies can anticipate article about you that isn’t true, and it isn’t necessarily your job to actual them. And if you do actual them, the corrections will eat up your absolute life, and afresh breadth is your life? What did you do? You don’t accept to acknowledgment criticism of yourself. You don’t akin accept to accept to it. . . . Has anyone brash that the alternation is the fragility? Has anyone brash that absolution added bodies ascertain how you ample your day and what they ample your arch with — a passive, postmodern beck of added people’s thoughts — is the fragility?”
— InStyle, “16 Espressos and a 5 a.m. Call Time: A Day In The Activity of NBC’s Andrea Mitchell,” by Faye Penn: “Mitchell, who’s about to bless 40 years at NBC, charcoal one of Washington’s best adamant reporters, actually outrunning — and blasting — colleagues, abounding of whom are decades her junior. At 71, she has covered seven presidents, the nuclear accoutrements race, and such contest as the Jonestown annihilation and the Three Mile Island accident, and she’s as active as anytime now as the arch adopted diplomacy contributor for NBC Account and the host of MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports.”
HOT ON THE LEFT:
“Michael Bloomberg Considering 2020 Presidential Run,” from CBS Account York: “Bloomberg brash active in 2016 as an Independent, but sources [said] that if he runs in 2020, he would run as a Democrat. … A antecedent abutting to the above three-term abettor says the move is fueled in allotment by affliction that he didn’t break in the chase in 2016, because he feels he could accept either won absolute or prevented [Trump] from winning. Political consultants point out the 76-year-old is authoritative a cardinal of key moves, including spending $80 actor to advice Democrats win Aldermanic contest and accession a lot of political IOUs in the process. But, they additionally say it could be an acclivous activity because of his avant-garde policies.”
HOT ON THE RIGHT:
“GOP abettor says he accustomed added afterlife threats in 2017 than in every added year combined,” from the Daily Caller: “Republican Arizona Rep. David Schweikert says he accustomed added afterlife threats in 2017 than every added year he’s been in appointment combined. ‘My abhorrence is this is the playbook of a lot of our brothers and sisters on the larboard — they’re activity to get fringier and fringier, louder and louder, angrier and angrier, and as you and I know, we sometimes accept some association in our association who aren’t absolutely healthy,’ Schweikert said while actualization on ‘Plaidcast,’ a podcast hosted by Republican Rep. Sean Duffy of Wisconsin. ‘And we had added afterlife threats aftermost year, in my office, akin one appear my little girl, than we’ve anytime had in all the added years combined,'” he said.
Trump will accord a accent at a “Face-to-Face With Our Future” accident and afresh accept cafeteria with Secretary of Accompaniment Mike Pompeo. He will accommodated with Portuguese Admiral Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa at the White Abode in the afternoon and afterwards biking to Fargo, N.D., for a rally.
QUOTE OF THE DAY:
Rep. Steve King said he didn’t apprehend he had retweeted a self-described Nazi sympathizer, but the Iowa Republican banned to apologize for administration the cheep and said he would not annul it: “Because afresh it’d be like I’m acceptance that I did something, now I’m apologetic about it. I’m not sorry. I’m human.” (CNN)
NEWS YOU CAN USE IF YOU LIVE IN D.C.:
— Washingtonians could see some ablaze showers and possibly an afternoon thunderstorm today. The Capital Weather Gang forecasts: “We’re on the acknowledgment ancillary of a balmy front, with highs topping out abreast 80 to the low 80s beneath partly to mostly blurred skies. Winds from the south-southeast about 10 mph accompany accretion humidity, with a few ablaze showers accessible and maybe an afternoon thunderstorm.”
— The Nationals absent to the Rays 1-0. (Chelsea Janes)
— Virginia Accompaniment Sen. Jennifer Wexton (D) leads Rep. Barbara Comstock (R) by 10 credibility in a new poll. The Monmouth University poll is the aboriginal appear aback Wexton won the primary to face off adjoin Comstock. (Jenna Portnoy and Scott Clement)
— Gov. Ralph Northam (D) active an controlling adjustment accretion paid ancestors leave for accompaniment employees. Laura Vozzella reports: “Until Tuesday, Virginia provided affectionate leave alone to advisers who had accustomed birth. And they had to use vacation time, ailing time and afresh concise disability, which provided alone a atom of their accustomed pay. The new benefits, which took aftereffect immediately, accommodate eight weeks of leave at abounding pay to mothers and fathers alike. Workers who become parents through accepting or advance adjustment are additionally eligible.”
— The administering at Mount Vernon is angry a proposed natural-gas ability to be complete abreast George Washington’s above estate. Teo Armus reports: “Chet Wade, Dominion’s carnality admiral of accumulated communications, said the Charles Station compressor activity would be airy from beyond the river, powering a proposed electric bulb and bringing accustomed gas to Washington Gas Ablaze barter in the D.C. region. Still, that’s not abundant to absolve the project’s breadth to Mount Vernon Admiral Doug Bradburn, who said the Fairfax Canton armpit tries to re-create U.S. history for added than a actor visitors anniversary year.”
— Commune apartment advocates delivered a address to Congress calling on assembly to adios HUD Secretary Ben Carson’s plan to accession rents on those in subsidized housing. The petition, which garnered over 100,000 signatures from bodies beyond the country, was delivered to Abode Cyberbanking Casework Committee Administrator Jeb Hensarling (R-Tex.). (Hannah Natanson)
VIDEOS OF THE DAY:
Late-night hosts advised how to acknowledge to Trump’s criticisms:
Emin Agalarov, a Russian pop brilliant and Putin accessory who helped agent the abominable affair at Trump Tower, is out with a new music video with able allusions to the Steele dossier:
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao told off protesters attempting to accost her husband, Mitch McConnell, about the ancestors break policy:
Former Packers quarterback Brett Favre accustomed Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) in a new attack ad:
The French admiral met with the pope at the Vatican:
And a dog assuming “CPR” on a Madrid badge administrator went viral:
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But, as Lindsey Bever credibility out, the pup’s address is absurd to save a life.
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