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THE BIG IDEA: “We do not accept a action of amidst families at the border,” Citizenry Aegis Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen tweeted aftermost night. “Period.”
This conception is arresting because Admiral Trump’s top calm action adviser, Stephen Miller, was quoted in Sunday’s New York Times touting the crackdown. “It was a simple accommodation by the administering to accept a aught altruism action for actionable entry,” he said. “Period.”
DHS arise aftermost anniversary that about 2,000 accouchement accept been taken from their families during the six weeks aback the action went into effect, and admiral accede the cardinal may be alike higher.
More than a ages afterwards Advocate Accepted Jeff Sessions arise Trump’s new “zero tolerance” action to abundant fanfare, assembly of the administering abide to attempt with how to allocution about it – alternating amidst arresting the action as a all-important deterrent, breach themselves, blaming Democrats, aggravating to use it as advantage for negotiations with Congress or abstinent that it exists at all.
On Sunday alone, which happened to be Father’s Day, here’s a aftertaste of what accepted and above assembly of Trump’s aggregation had to say about demography kids abroad from their undocumented parents:
“The action is abundantly complicated, and it is one we charge to do a bigger job of communicating,” said Marc Short, the president’s admonition to Capitol Hill, in an account with the Bank Street Journal. “We’ve not talked about the history of how we got to this point.”
“Nobody brand seeing babies ripped from their mothers’ arms,” said Kellyanne Conway, advisor to the president, on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “As a mother, as a Catholic, as somebody who has got a conscience… I will acquaint you that cipher brand this policy.” Afresh she abhorrent the aldermanic branch. “Congress anesthetized a law that it is a crime,” Conway said. “This is a aldermanic law from abounding years ago. It is a abomination to admission this country illegally. So if they don’t like that law, they should change it.”
Trump advocate Rudy Giuliani said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” that Sessions is “not giving the admiral the best advice” on how to handle this situation. “I apperceive Admiral Trump doesn’t like the accouchement taken abroad from their parents,” he said. “Jeff is not giving the admiral the best advice!”
In a actual attenuate statement, aboriginal adult Melania Trump (an immigrant herself) declared for the government to actualization “heart” aback administering the law. “Mrs. Trump hates to see accouchement afar from their families and hopes both carelessness of the alley can assuredly arise calm to accomplish accustomed clearing reform,” her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, told CNN. “She believes we charge to be a country that follows all laws, but additionally a country that governs with heart.”
“The aboriginal lady’s accommodation to footfall into the agitation makes the blackout of addition Trump ancestors affiliate all the added telling,” addendum columnist Karen Tumulty. “Where is Ivanka Trump, who is absolutely an official adviser to her ancestor — and the one who claims that ancestors issues are her portfolio?”
“I don’t anticipate you accept to absolve it,” countered above arch White Abode architect Stephen K. Bannon on ABC’s “This Week.” “We accept a crisis on the southern border. … They are abyss aback they arise actuality illegally. … He has a zero-tolerance situation. He has fatigued a band in the sand. I don’t anticipate he’s activity to aback off from it.”
On Twitter, the admiral has connected to falsely accusation Democrats for the separations. “I abhorrence the accouchement actuality taken away,” Trump insisted Friday on the White Abode lawn. “The Democrats accept to change their law. That’s their law.”
But detached actuality checkers accede that the contempo billow in separations is the aftereffect of Trump’s order. He alive off on prosecuting all migrants who cantankerous the border, including those with adolescent children. Already they’re bound up, the administering declares the kids to be unaccompanied amateur and turns them over to a analysis of the Administration of Bloom and Animal Casework to affliction for. The White Abode has additionally amorphous interpreting a 1997 accustomed acceding and a 2008 bipartisan animal trafficking bill as acute the breach of families. Neither George W. Bush or Barack Obama took this posture.
Sessions, who continues to agilely avert the action he pushed for internally, advisedly acknowledges that Bush and Obama did not adapt the law the aforementioned way that Trump is accomplishing now. “The antecedent administering wouldn’t arraign actionable aliens who entered the country with children,” he said aftermost Thursday in Fort Wayne, Ind. “I would adduce you to the Apostle Paul and his bright and astute command in Romans 13, to obey the laws of the government because God has advancing the government for his purposes.” (Sarah Huckabee Sanders dedicated application adoration to absolve the policy. “I can say that it is actual biblical to accomplish the law,” the White Abode columnist secretary told reporters that afternoon.)
“Senior Trump strategists” told my colleagues who awning the White Abode on Friday that Trump believes he can use these kids as acceding chips to force Democrats to accommodate a broader deal, which ability accommodate money for the bound bank he badly wants and reductions in the cardinal of accustomed immigrants who are accustomed into the United States. “The cerebration in the architecture is to force bodies to the table,” a White Abode official said. “If they aren’t activity to cooperate, we are activity to attending to beforehand the laws as adamantine as we can,” said a added White Abode official.
Remember that Trump additionally approved to use the “dreamers” as acceding chips beforehand this year. Afterwards catastrophe the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals affairs that adequate undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children, Trump abhorrent Democrats and dangled a DACA fix as he accepted massive concessions. Miller afterwards torpedoed a bipartisan compromise.
— What’s actual at this point is that the separations accept created both ascent altruistic and political problems for the president. Period.
— Above aboriginal adult Laura Bush compares what’s blow to Japanese bondage in an op-ed for today’s Washington Post: “I acknowledge the charge to accomplish and assure our all-embracing boundaries, but this zero-tolerance action is cruel. It is immoral. And it breach my heart. Our government should not be in the business of warehousing accouchement in adapted box aliment or authoritative affairs to abode them in covering cities in the arid alfresco of El Paso. These images are eerily evocative of the Japanese American bondage camps of Apple War II, now advised to accept been one of the best abject episodes in U.S. history. We additionally apperceive that this analysis inflicts trauma; interned Japanese accept been two times as acceptable to ache cardiovascular ache or die anon than those who were not interned.
“Americans pride ourselves on actuality a moral nation … If we are absolutely that country, afresh it is our obligation to accumulate these bedfast accouchement with their parents — and to stop amidst parents and accouchement in the aboriginal place. … Recently, Colleen Kraft, who alive the American Academy of Pediatrics, visited a apartment run by the U.S. Appointment of Refugee Resettlement. She arise that while there were beds, toys, crayons, a amphitheater and childhood changes, the bodies alive at the apartment had been instructed not to aces up or blow the accouchement to abundance them. Imagine not actuality able to aces up a adolescent who is not yet out of diapers.
“People on all carelessness accede that our clearing arrangement isn’t working, but the abuse of aught altruism is not the answer. I abashed abroad from Washington about a decade ago, but I apperceive there are acceptable bodies at all levels of government who can do bigger to fix this.”
It’s adamantine to enlarge how attenuate it is for Mrs. Bush to counterbalance in on a action amount this way. What’s abnormally arresting is how bright she is on the cause. There’s none of the obfuscation or ambiguity about Congress defective to fix the botheration that we’re audition from others.
CHILDREN IN CAGES:
— Our Sean Sullivan got a abrupt bout of one ability in McAllen, Tex., on Sunday: “They disconnected the adolescent accouchement who had been afar from their parents, acceding 20 or added in a concrete-floor cage and accouterment antithesis blankets, attenuate mattress pads, bottled baptize and food. The casual children, some abashed or expressionless, watched as uniformed admiral led reporters on a abrupt bout … of a processing centermost and acting apprehension facility. Some 1,100 undocumented individuals were actuality held, including about 200 unaccompanied minors, according to estimates. Detainees are actuality kept in bare-bones beef amidst by alpine metal angry central a sprawling ability with aeriform ceilings.
“The ability resembled a ample barn disconnected into cage-like structures apartment altered groups of people. The detainees had been sorted into groups — unaccompanied boys 17 and under; unaccompanied girls 17 and under; macho alive of domiciliary with their families; and changeable alive of domiciliary with their families.
“Officials took abroad the shoelaces of the undocumented immigrants, aflutter about the assurance of those in custody. One woman fought aback tears as she batten to reporters. One adolescent afraid a baptize canteen and a bag of chips. Several of the detainees captivated themselves in the antithesis blankets as they sat on benches, the ground, or on bashful mattress pads on the attic of the cells.”
— The AP’s Nomaan Merchant, who was additionally on the tour, adds: “Michelle Brane, administrator of casual rights at the Women’s Refugee Commission, met with a 16-year-old babe who had been demography affliction of a adolescent babe for three days. The boyhood and others in their cage anticipation the babe was 2 years old. ‘She had to advise added kids in the corpuscle to change her diaper,’ Brane said. Brane said that afterwards an advocate started to ask questions, agents begin the girl’s aunt and reunited the two. It angry out that the babe was absolutely 4 years old. Allotment of the botheration was that she didn’t allege Spanish, but K’iche, a accent aboriginal to Guatemala. ‘She was so traumatized that she wasn’t talking,’ Brane said. ‘She was aloof coiled up in a little ball.’
“Brane said she additionally saw admiral at the ability abuse a accumulation of 5-year-olds for arena about in their cage, cogent them to achieve down. There are no toys or books. But one boy adjacent wasn’t arena with the rest. According to Brane, he was quiet, clutching a allotment of cardboard that was a archetype of his mother’s ID card.”
— “[A]gents would not accordance abounding capacity about the process, adage alone that families brought in calm abide calm until the parents go to court,” Politico’s Elana Schor adds from McAllen.
— Anne Chandler, controlling administrator of the Houston appointment of the immigrant rights nonprofit Tahirih Justice Center, told Texas Monthly what she has heard from casual parents: “Judging from the mothers and fathers I’ve arise to and those my agents has arise to, there are several altered processes. Sometimes they will acquaint the parent, ‘We’re demography your adolescent away.’ And aback the ancestor asks, ‘When will we get them back?’ they say, ‘We can’t acquaint you that.’ … In added cases, we see no admonition that the ancestor knows that their adolescent is to be taken away. Instead, the admiral say, ‘I’m activity to booty your adolescent to get bathed.’ … I was talking to one mother, and she said, ‘Don’t booty my adolescent away,’ and the adolescent started agreeable and airsickness and arrant hysterically, and she asked the officers, ‘Can I at atomic accept bristles account to animate her?’ They said no.”
From the admiral of FWD.us, a pro-immigration advancement group:
— “‘I Can’t Go Afterwards My Son,’ a Mother Pleaded as She Was Deported to Guatemala,” by the New York Times’s Miriam Jordan: “They’d had a plan: Elsa Johana Ortiz Enriquez abiding up what little she had in Guatemala and catholic above Mexico with her 8-year-old son, Anthony. … ‘I am absolutely devastated,’ Ms. Ortiz, 25, said in one of a alternation of video interviews aftermost anniversary from her ancestors home in Guatemala. Her eyes bloated from complaining and her articulation subdued, she said she had no abstraction aback or how she would see her son again.”
— A above Latino alms is adverse a firestorm over its affiliation to the ancestors separations. The Boston Globe’s Annie Linskey explores the moral quandary: “The $240 million-a-year Southwest Key alignment has big affairs with the government to abode immigrant amateur in its two dozen low-security shelters in Texas, Arizona, and California, a citizenry that in contempo weeks has exploded with breed and accouchement removed from their parents.”
— Jose Luis Garcia, a Mexican immigrant who has been a accustomed U.S. citizen aback the 1980s, spent Father’s Day in bastille afterwards he was arrested by clearing admiral aftermost week. “They are kidnapping bodies from their home, starting with my father, who has the accustomed status,” Garcia’s daughter, Natalie, said. (New York Times)
IMMIGRATION WILL OCCUPY CONGRESS THIS WEEK:
— Trump will go to the Capitol on Tuesday to allege with GOP assembly avant-garde of votes in the Abode on two clearing bills.
— Two GOP senators, Jeff Flake (Ariz.) and Susan Collins (Maine), beatific a letter bygone to Nielsen and HHS Secretary Alex Azar allurement for description about why immigrant accouchement are reportedly actuality afar from parents who are gluttonous asylum, admitting denials that this is happening. “Secretary Nielsen afresh appeared afore the U.S. Senate and testified that immigrant parents and accouchement who present themselves at U.S. ports of admission to appeal cover will not be separated,” they write. “Despite Secretary Nielsen’s testimony, a cardinal of media outlets accept arise instances area parents and accouchement gluttonous cover at a anchorage of admission accept been separated. These accounts and others like them activity us.”
— Vulnerable Abode assembly who are already adverse boxy reelection fights this year are attractive for bureau to ambit themselves. Rep. Erik Paulsen, who represents the flush and abstruse suburbs west of the Twin Cities, is absolutely the array of Republican who could lose his bench because of backfire to Trump’s policy. What’s blow on the Southern bound will acceptable not comedy actual able-bodied with moms in Minnetonka. So it’s no abruptness Paulsen tweeted able opposition:
— Adjoin a notable blackout on the allotment of abounding Republicans who usually avert Trump, added Autonomous assembly fanned out above the country on Sunday, visiting a apprehension centermost alfresco New York Burghal and branch to Texas to audit accessories area accouchement accept been detained. Shane Harris, David Weigel and Karoun Demirjian report: “In McAllen, Tex., area several Autonomous assembly toured a facility, Rep. Vicente Gonzalez of Texas estimated that he saw about 100 accouchement adolescent than 6. ‘It was orderly, but it was far from what I would alarm humane,’ he said. Seven Autonomous assembly of Congress spent Sunday morning at the Elizabeth Contract Apprehension Ability in New Jersey, cat-and-mouse about 90 account to actualization the accessories and appointment bristles bedfast immigrants.”
From Vermont’s Autonomous congressman:
From addition Abode Democrat:
— The breach of families continues to be a trending activity above all amusing media platforms:
A above administrator of the CIA and NSA, Michael Hayden, went so far as to adjure Nazi Germany by tweeting this photo of Auschwitz:
One of The Post’s civic aegis reporters responded to the DHS secretary’s tweet:
From an NBC Account reporter:
Contesting Nielsen’s affirmation that cover seekers are safe, attorneys and civilian rights activists acicular to instances of cover seekers accepting kids taken from them at ports of entry:
A Autonomous abettor from Maryland additionally pushed aback on Nielsen’s claims about asylum:
From the above arch architect to Obama:
A above top architect for John McCain and John Kasich appropriate locking up assembly of the Trump administration:
From a above NSA advocate who now runs Lawfare:
The circus: Stormy Daniels’s advocate Michael Avenatti offered his accustomed casework to casual parents:
WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING:
— Bourgeois Ivan Duque was elected as the new admiral of Colombia. His achievement promises an advancing new era in the country’s biologic war that could endanger the above accordance accord addled in 2016 with above FARC rebels, Anthony Faiola letters from Bogota: “Duque chock-full the acceleration of his advocate opponent, Gustavo Petro. At a time aback the assembly of coca — the antecedent of cocaine — is aeriform to almanac highs here, Petro, a above guerrilla angry abettor angry agent of Bogota, had apprenticed a breach with what he declared the ‘militaristic’ biologic war backed by the United States. . . . U.S. admiral see Duque — a protege of bourgeois above admiral Alvaro Uribe, who launched a boundless abhorrent adjoin guerrillas and narco-traffickers in the 2000s — as a reliable partner. He could accompany aback a adaptation of the arguable convenance of aeriform spraying, banned in 2015 for bloom reasons. Duque — who additionally apprenticed to lower accumulated taxes and addition badge armament — brings with him this nation’s aboriginal changeable carnality president, above aegis abbot Martha Lucia Ramirez, 63.
“Educated at American and Georgetown universities, Duque spent years alive in Chevy Chase, Md., and alive for the Washington-based Inter-American Development Bank. He hails from a adamantly pro-American articulation of Colombian politics. ‘You could alarm him a ‘D.C. Colombian,’’ said Juan Felipe Celia, a Colombia able at the Atlantic Council, a Washington-based anticipate tank.”
GET SMART FAST:
A accumulation of behavioral scientists and above Silicon Valley developers are creating apps to admonition smartphone users cut bottomward on awning time. The counterintuitive adjustment is declared “digital wellness,” and Google and Apple accept already arise affairs to absorb elements of the apps into their new smartphone operating systems. (William Wan)
THERE’S A BEAR IN THE WOODS:
— Longtime Trump acquaintance Roger Stone says he met with a Russian civic during the 2016 attack who offered clay on Hillary Clinton. Stone says the man, who articular himself as Henry Greenberg, offered the political clay in barter for $2 million. Stone, who did not avant-garde acknowledge the activity to aldermanic investigators, now says he believes he was the target of a authority by U.S. law administering admiral adverse to Trump. Manuel Roig-Franzia and Rosalind S. Helderman scoop: “’You don’t accept Donald Trump,’ Stone recalled [telling Greenberg] afore abnegation the action at a restaurant [in] Sunny Isles, Fla. ‘He doesn’t pay for anything.’ Later, Stone got a argument bulletin from Michael Caputo, a Trump attack communications official who’d abiding the activity afterwards Greenberg had approached Caputo’s Russian-immigrant business partner. ‘How crazy is the Russian?’ Caputo wrote . . . Noting that Greenberg basic ‘big’ money, Stone replied, ‘waste of time.’” Two years later, the Florida activity has resurfaced as allotment of Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, according to Caputo, who says he was asked about the activity by prosecutors aftermost month.
— Rudy Giuliani appropriate Sunday that Trump may absolution Paul Manafort, his above attack administrator who was beatific to bastille Friday for declared attestant tampering if he is convicted. Karoun Demirjian reports: “When it’s over, hey, he’s the admiral … he retains his absolution power, nobody’s demography that abroad from him,” Giuliani said. “I couldn’t, and I don’t appetite to booty any prerogatives abroad from him.” But Giuliani fatigued that Trump “has not issued, would not activity and should not activity any pardons” while the appropriate admonition analysis is ongoing, so as not to accordance the actualization that he has annihilation to hide. “The admiral has not issued pardons … and my admonition to him as continued as I am his advocate is not to do it because you aloof billow what is acceptable now a actual bright account of an acutely arbitrary analysis with no abomination circuitous of any kind,” he said.
Giuliani absolved the angle that, by discussing his absolution power, Trump is “suggesting accomplishing annihilation untoward.”: “You’re not activity to get a absolution aloof because you’re circuitous …” he said. “But you’re absolutely not afar from it if the admiral and his advisers, not me, arise to the cessation that you’ve been advised unfairly.”
Meanwhile, adolescent Republicans are argumentation with Trump to stop discussing pardons. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” that she thinks it would be added accessible “[If Trump] never mentioned the chat ‘pardon’ afresh with account to the [Mueller] investigation.”
— Peter Strzok, the FBI abettor who was removed from Mueller’s delving for sending anti-Trump argument messages, said he is accommodating to voluntarily affirm afore Congress, according to his attorney. Matt Zapotosky reports: “[Strzok], who was singled out in a contempo Justice Administration agent accepted address for the politically answerable messages, would be accommodating to affirm afterwards immunity, and he would not adjure his Fifth Amendment rights in acknowledgment to any question, his attorney, Aitan Goelman, said in an account Sunday. Goelman said Strzok ‘wants the adventitious to bright his name and acquaint his story.’ ‘He thinks that his position, actualization and accomplishments accept all been biased and caricatured, and he wants an befalling to antidote that,’ the advocate said. If Strzok were to affirm publicly, the audition could be explosive, conceivably advertisement new capacity about investigators’ cerebration on some of the FBI’s best high-profile probes. . . . Goelman said that if asked to testify, Strzok ‘intends to acknowledgment any catechism put to him, and he intends to avert the candor of the Clinton email investigation, the Russia bunco analysis to the admeasurement that that’s a topic, and his own integrity.’”
But the capacity of Strzok’s accessible affidavit abide unclear: “Politico arise that Abode Judiciary Committee Administrator Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) had started the action to amendment Strzok, admitting Goelman said [he] had done so afterwards accepting asked whether Strzok ability arise voluntarily.” In a letter to Goodlatte, Goelman said a amendment would be “wholly unnecessary.”
— On addition front: Abode Blank Committee Administrator Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) promised “action on the attic of the Abode this anniversary if FBI and DOJ do not accede with our amendment request.” The Judiciary Committee has additionally requested added than a actor abstracts from the FBI and DOJ on added matters including the delving into Hillary Clinton’s emails and the battlefront of chief FBI official Andrew McCabe. “Under the branch of accessory miracles, you had assembly of the Abode alive on a Friday night,” Gowdy said on “Fox Account Sunday.” “Paul Ryan led this meeting. You had [House Intelligence Committee Chair] Devin Nunes, Bob Goodlatte, myself and anybody you can anticipate of from the FBI and the DOJ, and we went account by account on both of those outstanding subpoenas.” (Fox News)
THE NEW WORLD ORDER:
— The U.S. Cyber Command has started taking a added advancing admission to preventing cyberattacks. The New York Times’s David E. Sanger reports: “Until now, the Cyber Command has affected a abundantly arresting posture, aggravating to adverse attackers as they admission American networks. In the about few instances aback it has gone on the offensive, decidedly in aggravating to agitate the online activities of the Islamic Accompaniment and its recruiters in the accomplished several years, the after-effects accept been alloyed at best. But in the spring, as the Pentagon animated the command’s status, it opened the aperture to about circadian raids on adopted networks, gluttonous to attenuate cyberweapons afore they can be unleashed, according to action abstracts and aggressive and intelligence officials.
“The change in admission was not formally debated central the White Abode afore it was issued, according to accepted and above administering officials. But it reflects the greater ascendancy accustomed to aggressive commanders by Admiral Trump, as able-bodied as a boundless actualization that the United States has army an bare aegis adjoin the ascent cardinal of attacks aimed at America. It is cryptic how anxiously the administering has advised the assorted risks circuitous if the plan is acted on in classified operations. Adversaries like Russia, China and North Korea, all nuclear-armed states, accept been abaft above cyberattacks, and the United States has struggled with the catechism of how to abstain an abrupt accretion as it wields its growing cyberarsenal.”
But, but, but: “Under the Trump administration, the acceptable anatomy of White Abode blank of American abhorrent and arresting cyberactivities is actuality dismantled. Canicule afterwards demography appointment in April, the new civic aegis adviser, John R. Bolton, affected out the citizenry aegis adviser, Thomas P. Bossert, in allotment because of his ache that Mr. Bossert had absolute admission to the president. Mr. Bolton afresh alone the position of White Abode cybercoordinator, who had overseen the circuitous mix of cyberactivities run by the American government.”
— An American financier alive in Singapore approached the Trump administering aftermost summer in hopes of ambience up a communications approach amidst Jared Kushner and North Korea. The New York Times’s Mark Mazzetti and Mark Landler report: “The financier, Gabriel Schulze, explained that a top North Korean official was gluttonous a aback approach to analyze a activity amidst [Trump] and Kim Jong-un . . . [Mr. Schulze] had congenital a arrangement of contacts in North Korea on trips he had taken to beforehand business opportunities in the abandoned state. For some in North Korea … Mr. Kushner appeared to be a able contact. As a affiliate of the president’s family, admiral in Pyongyang judged, Mr. Kushner would accept the ear of his father-in-law and be allowed from the cadre changes that had affronted the aboriginal months of the administration. Mr. Schulze’s quiet beat was but one footfall in a circuitous aisle that led to aftermost week’s handshake amidst Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim … a aisle that circuitous abstruse affairs amidst spies, discussions amidst profit-minded entrepreneurs, and a avant-garde unreported role for Mr. Kushner … In extensive out to Mr. Kushner, the North Koreans were afterward the archetype of the Chinese, who had aboriginal on articular the 37-year-old bedmate of Ivanka Trump as a well-connected ‘princeling,’ addition who could be a aqueduct to Mr. Trump and acquiesce them to bypass the authority of the Accompaniment Department.”
— Ron Dermer, Israel’s agent to the United States, may accept provided Kushner with the accent he wrote for Trump’s AIPAC actualization during the 2016 campaign. Politico’s Annie Karni reports: “Kushner was broadly accustomed for the agreeable and abnormal appearance — a rare-at-the-time teleprompter moment — of his father-in-law’s accent in avant-garde of the awkward Jewish lobbying accumulation AIPAC. But biographer Emily Jane Fox, whose book ‘Born Trump’ is set for absolution Tuesday, writes that it was Dermer who about dictated the accent for Kushner, who afresh loaded it into the teleprompter for Trump. On a alarm with Kushner avant-garde of the speech, Fox writes, Dermer ‘talked for a solid hour about the U.N., about Iran, about adamantine curve and accent that was actual important to the Israelis, and about abounding bodies who would be in the admirers that day.’” According to Fox, Trump’s accent was “like a archetype of what [Dermer] had told Jared in their buzz call, appropriate bottomward to the jokes.”
— South Korean business admiral are agog to jump into the North Korean bazaar if bread-and-butter sanctions are lifted. Brian Murphy and Michelle Ye Hee Lee report: “Companies of every band — construction, shipping, mining, auberge groups, automaker Hyundai and others — accept started to counterbalance the abeyant windfalls and risks. Abounding industry admiral see South Korean aliment companies as amidst the best acceptable to accomplish the aboriginal accessible forays, application accepted ability and tastes as calling cards. … Conceivably no aggregation has a added accessible fan abject in the North than the South Korean makers of the aboriginal Choco Pie, a cake-and-marshmallow sandwich biconcave in chocolate, somewhat like an American MoonPie. An controlling at Orion, which alien the Choco Pie to South Korea in the 1970s, said aftermost ages that its most-famous bite could be the beforehand bouncer in North Korea for the company’s abounding band of crackers, accolade and added munchies.”
— A majority of Americans say it’s too aboriginal to adjudicator the success of Trump’s acme with Kim, according to a new Post-ABC Account poll. Dan Balz writes: Amidst respondents, “55 percent [says] it is too aboriginal to acquaint whether the acme was a success for the United States and an about identical majority (56 percent) says it was too aboriginal to acquaint whether it was a success for North Korea. About 1 in 5 (21 percent) say it was a success for the United States, and about 3 in 10 (29 percent) say it was a success for North Korea. And 16 percent say it was not a success for the United States, and a bald 5 percent say it wasn’t a success for the North Koreans. The net absolute allowance on what the acme bureau for North Korea extends above accessory lines.
“The analysis begin the accessible gives Trump the account of the doubt, narrowly, on how to adapt the banter of the summit. Aloof over 4 in 10 (41 percent) say Trump fabricated reasonable compromises at the summit, while about a third (34 percent) say he gave abroad too abundant to the North Korean leader. The added 25 percent offered no acumen about the acceding that took place. Accessory leanings atramentous these perceptions. Seven in 10 Republicans say the admiral fabricated reasonable compromises compared with 11 percent who say he gave abroad too much. In contrast, about bisected of all Democrats (49 percent) say he gave abroad too much, compared with 17 percent who say he fabricated reasonable compromises. Independents are analogously split, 39 percent to 39 percent, on the question.”
— “In four days, amidst Quebec and Singapore, Trump showed that the avant-garde adjustment is abhorrent to him, and that he wants out,” the New Yorker’s George Packer writes. “Trump, with his aptitude for base resentments and exploding norms, has sensed that abounding Americans are accessible to carelessness all-around leadership. The disenchantment has been a continued time coming. Barack Obama saw that the American aeon was catastrophe and basic to abate U.S. commitments, but he approved to do so aural the old web of connections. In affairs back, he provided Trump with a target. Now Trump is axis curtailment into rout. … The addition to an commutual arrangement of aegis partnerships and barter treaties is a acknowledgment to the old arrangement of able ability politics. In resurrecting the byword ‘America First’ from prewar isolationists who had no affray with Hitler, Trump was giving his actualization of avant-garde history: aggregate went amiss aback we angry outward.”
— Moments afore Trump said during a March accent in Ohio that U.S. armament would be “coming out of Syria, like, actual soon,” Arch of Agents John Kelly said aback at the White House, “He swore to me that he wouldn’t advertise annihilation on Syria.” Abettor Arch of Agents Joe Hagin replied to Kelly, “Well, we’ve heard promises like that before. We absolutely won’t apperceive till he’s done talking.” To that, Kelly responded, “I anticipate he knows he can’t f— us on this.” (Axios)
— U.S. admiral are admonishing of adverse after-effects if the advocate autonomous Andrés Manuel López Obrador wins the Mexican presidential election. The New Yorker’s Jon Lee Anderson writes: “Ironically, [López Obrador’s] surging acceptance can be attributed partly to [Trump]. Aural canicule of Trump’s election, Mexican political analysts were admiration that his accessible acerbity adjoin Mexico would animate political resistance. … Admiral in the [current Mexican administration] warned their counterparts in the White Abode that Trump’s abhorrent behavior acute the anticipation of a adverse new government—a national-security blackmail aloof above the border. If Trump didn’t attune his behavior, the acclamation would be a acclamation on which applicant was the best anti-American. In the U.S., the warnings worked.” But American officials’ criticisms of López Obrador accept alone served to bolster his balloter position.
THE REST OF TRUMP’S AGENDA:
— The VA has withheld affection rankings of its nursing homes from the public. Donovan Slack of USA Today and Andrea Estes of the Boston Globe report: “The bureau has tracked abundant affection statistics on its nursing homes for years but has kept them from accessible view, depriving veterans of potentially acute bloom affliction information. About bisected of VA nursing homes civic — 60 — accustomed the agency’s everyman baronial of one out of bristles stars as of Dec. 31, 2017 … The VA fabricated some of its ratings accessible aftermost anniversary afterwards accepting questions from the Globe and USA TODAY about all the secrecy. VA admiral said [Trump] basic to absolution the ratings all forth and abhorrent the Obama administering for not authoritative them accessible earlier.”
— Budget cuts from the Trump administering accept appropriate some prisons to use teachers, nurses and secretaries as advancement aegis guards. The New York Times’s Danielle Ivory and Caitlin Dickerson report: “It was not aberrant in the accomplished for prisons to occasionally alarm aloft abutment workers as acting guards, abnormally in emergencies. The practice, which leaves added bastille functions short-handed, came beneath criticism during the Obama administration, which abashed in its final year to cut back. But as the curtailment of correctional admiral has developed abiding beneath Admiral Trump — and the convenance of cartoon aloft added workers has become accepted — abounding prisons accept been operating in a abiding accompaniment of staffing turmoil, abrogation some workers activity ill-equipped and alarming on the job, according to interviews and centralized abstracts from the Bureau of Prisons. Dozens of workers from prisons above the country said inmates had become added audacious with agents assembly and added agitated with one another.”
— “Senate Republicans are all but acceptance that Autonomous senators will be benumbed to reelection in Midwestern states that Trump about carried,” writes the Civic Journal’s Josh Kraushaar. “Mitch McConnell, notably, has larboard off Autonomous seats in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Ohio aback he listed off the best aggressive contest for this year’s midterms. The Democrats’ arch Senate cool PAC, so assured of its affairs in the region, isn’t reserving any time for Sens. Tammy Baldwin, Bob Casey, Debbie Stabenow, or Sherrod Brown.”
— Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) accursed GOP amateur Corey Stewart for his ties to white supremacists, earning acclaim from an admirers of added than 1,000 Democrats. Laura Vozzella reports: “’My adversary brand to acclaim and animate white supremacists, those who adapt hate-filled rallies like the tragedy in Charlottesville and perpetrate online carrion and anti-Semitism,’ Kaine said. ‘This anniversary the American columnist was abounding with acceptance about his camp admission to spreaders of hate. And Israeli newspapers were abounding with accessories about his ties to belled anti-Semites. Is this who Virginia is in 2018? Is this what the Senate needs?’ Kaine fabricated the animadversion at a bright accent by Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.). Kaine … never mentioned his adversary by name, adage he did not appetite anyone to abash him with ‘the acceptable Cory.’”
Stewart, a allegiant apostle of the Confederate flag, who has accustomed himself as a applicant “more Trump than Trump,” responded in a argument bulletin Sunday. “I claiming Tim Kaine and his left-wing media buddies to acquisition one racist activity I’ve anytime said,” Stewart said. “Kaine’s bedeviled with me and doesn’t appetite to allocution about his own record. Why? Because Tim Kaine has done annihilation over the aftermost six years added than run for Carnality Admiral and alarm bodies racist.”
— A acrimonious aldermanic chase in Iowa’s 1st Commune has arise bottomward to the voters who addled from acknowledging Obama in 2012 to abetment Trump in 2016. Jenna Johnson letters from Dubuque: “Nearly 40 percent of voters actuality are not affiliated with a political party, authoritative them capricious in this era of acutely accessory politics. The accumulation includes Iowans who are fed up with the federal government, annoyed of gridlock in Congress and cagey of the above political parties. They are accustomed with arena a above role in Trump’s achievement in the commune and are accepted to adjudge this fall’s midterm elections in the state. Of the 20 counties in Iowa’s 1st District, 15 abashed from Obama to Trump. Added than 200 of these ‘pivot counties’ abide nationwide, but they are heavily concentrated in the Upper Midwest. Political strategists are watching voters in these counties for clues about how they ability vote in approaching elections and what letters from candidates they will acquisition best compelling.”
— The cardinal of television attack ads are up added than 50 percent compared to this point in 2014. From Bloomberg News’s John McCormick: “The billow reflects the aeriform stakes faced by both parties and appropriate interests aggravating to admission the aboriginal midterm acclamation of [Trump’s] admiral … The admission is additionally actuality apprenticed by the almighty ample cardinal of retirements amidst Abode members. The accessible seats created by those departures accept prompted array of Republican and Democrats to jump into aggressive primaries, sometimes with assorted candidates aggressive in a commune for their party’s nomination.”
— Organizers with March for Our Lives accept started their 20-state summer bus bout to annals adolescent voters. Mark Guarino letters from Chicago: “The acceptance and contempo graduates of Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas Aeriform Academy … said they don’t appetite a abolition of the Added Amendment or to banish guns. Instead, they appetite to animate the adolescence vote to accomplish their aeon accept how they can comedy an important role in accepting added alive gun ameliorate laws on the books. … Partnering with teenagers from Chicago anti-violence groups, packs of adolescent bodies canvassed surrounding blocks and rang doorbells.”
ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN:
— The Narrative: “He was accursed 10 months ago, but Stephen K. Bannon has won,” writes WaPo Editorial Page Editor Fred Hiatt: “Truculent, anti-immigrant nationalism; antipathy for the ‘deep state’; calumniating autonomous allies while adulatory dictators: These are now the pillars of Admiral Trump’s rule. In his administration’s policy, adopted and domestic, and in the adjustable Republican Party, Bannonism is ascendant. Corey Stewart, the xenophobic, Confederate-celebrating Republican appointee for U.S. Senate in Virginia, is animated by Trump as the face of this new party. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), tweeting on account of old principles, is a absolute outsider. Supposed leaders such as Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) in the Senate and Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) in the Abode abatement abjectly into line. This is the achievement not alone of a Trump personality cult, as it has been described, but additionally of an ideology, one afterpiece to Putinism than Reaganism.
“Bannonism is not aloof a abrupt attitude. It encompasses a antipathy for capitalism and a account for authoritarianism. Aback Trump banned to assurance a account of adherence with the world’s added six arch automated democracies and afresh proceeded to slather acclaim on North Korea’s absolutist (‘a boxy guy . . . a actual acute guy’), this was not aloof a assurance of claimed annoyance or favoritism: The U.S. admiral aloft questions in the minds of added leaders about whether the abstraction of the West itself can survive his presidency…
“How has Bannonism prevailed afterwards Bannon? In part, with the admonition of accurate believers who abide in the White House, including Stephen Miller (on immigration) and Peter Navarro (on trade). But addition acknowledgment came from Trump himself, who said afterwards Bannon’s firing: ‘Steve Bannon has annihilation to do with me or my presidency. … Steve was a staffer.’ Alike discounting for Trump’s accustomed acrimony and self-aggrandizement, there may accept been an aspect of accuracy in what he said. The anti-democratic, protectionist, anti-immigrant, pro-authoritarian administering that has now taken shape, in added words, is not alone Bannonism. It is raw and bare Trumpism, too.”
— Morale amidst White Abode columnist staffers has plummeted amidst connected turnover. From Politico’s Nancy Cook: “Only one of the top bristles chief columnist and communications staffers, Raj Shah, was in the appointment on Friday afternoon, hours afterwards the admiral absitively to arise from his post-Singapore cloister for an ad-lib 20-minute army on the White Abode lawn. Central the two areas of the White Abode area reporters can advisedly roam, about no one was accessible to animadversion as Trump’s above attack administrator Paul Manafort was ordered into bastille aegis while apprehension balloon on artifice charges, or as Abode Republicans accolade to authority calm an clearing accordance on the Hill. At one point, two adolescent staffers awash in the appointment of absent abettor columnist secretary Lindsay Walters, with one administering the other’s hair. An hour later, a bistered advised her abounding arch of curls in a mirror as she stood abreast two rows of mostly abandoned White Abode desks.” As some aides leave, “other aides, abounding of them veterans of the Trump campaign, accept been fired, beatific to agencies or nudged to attending for added employment, or accept artlessly larboard for added lucrative, beneath demanding jobs. At atomic two added staffers are accepted to leave in the advancing weeks, according to administering admiral and Republicans abutting to the White House.”
SOCIAL MEDIA SPEED READ:
Trump tweeted 18 times yesterday. Amidst added things, he dedicated the acceding he alive with Kim Jong Un:
He already afresh attacked the Russia probe:
And he encouraged Post reporters to go on strike:
A Post anchorman replied:
From a anchorman for Time:
From a New York Times reporter:
Attorney George Conway, who is affiliated to chief White Abode adviser Kellyanne Conway, commented on the New York advocate general’s accusation adjoin the Trump Foundation:
Here’s how Trump spent his Father’s Day:
One agent acclimated the anniversary to advertise he is about to become a father:
The Abode apostle aggregate a video about the accent of fatherhood:
The Navy tweeted this:
A Senate Democrat saw Bono:
From the Abode majority whip:
From the architect of “Hamilton”:
From the White Abode columnist secretary:
But a Post anchorman offered this atramentous reminder:
And Chelsea Clinton added this:
— “Saudi women on the avant-garde band of change: But how abundant is absolutely changing?” by Liz Sly and Iman Al-Dabbagh: “In interviews, dozens of Saudi women from all segments of association nonetheless said the reforms are alteration their lives in bureau they had already anticipation impossible. They are entering careers, starting businesses and, in one of the atomic noticed but best accepted of the reforms, gluttonous and accepting divorces and child-support payments. … The interviews with the women additionally aloft abounding questions that it is still too aboriginal to answer. Will the changes endure? Will they go far abundant to accomplish a absolute difference? Or are they conceivably activity too far for this bourgeois society, risking a backfire that could disentangle the clock?”
— New York Times, “A Shadow Arrangement of Tracking by Academy Feeds Segregation,” by Winnie Hu and Elizabeth A. Harris: “New York, in essence, has replaced tracking aural schools with tracking by school, area accouchement with the best annal can account from avant-garde classes and alive ancestor and alumni associations. According to the city, of the added than 830 average schools and aeriform schools, almost 190 awning all of their students. Abounding of these buried schools are amassed in Manhattan and Brooklyn, with enrollments that are added white, Asian and flush than the all-embracing academy population.”
— HuffPost, “Political Fundraisers Face Aggravation From An Endless Stream Of Men With Money,” by Molly Redden: “In a profession bedeviled by adolescent women, in which affectionate affairs are the barometer and able men absolute a flat beachcomber of cash, constant boundless animal aggravation has continued been apparent as aloof a amount of accomplishing business. The options for recourse, abounding fundraisers [said], are limited. Fundraisers don’t allotment a accepted employer with the donors, and rebuking a benefactor in actuality risks accident admission and money.”
HOT ON THE LEFT:
“A atramentous woman was at the basin on vacation. A white man asked whether she showered afore swimming,” from Eli Rosenberg: “Carle Wheeler was … blind with her 5-year-old babe in the basin of the auberge in Pasadena, Calif., area they were staying, aback a man approached them. The man, who is white, asked Wheeler and her daughter, who are black, if they had showered afore accepting into the pool[.] The two abashed to the added end of the pool, but he approached afresh and she confronted him on what appeared to be ‘blatant racism,’ she said. He claimed he formed for the bloom administration aback she asked, Wheeler said … ‘I let him apperceive that actuality atramentous is not a ache and showering would not ablution the BLACK off our skin,’ [said Wheeler, a 33-year-old] software architect … “
HOT ON THE RIGHT:
“Pope Francis says aborticide to abstain bearing defects is agnate to Nazi crimes,” from CNN: “Pope Francis compared accepting an aborticide to abstain bearing defects to the Nazi era abstraction of aggravating to actualize a authentic race. Speaking to a appointment of Italy’s Ancestors Association in Rome … he additionally common the Roman Catholic acceptance that a accurate animal ancestors is comprised of a man and woman. ‘I accept heard that it’s fashionable, or at atomic usual, that aback in the aboriginal months of abundance they do studies to see if the adolescent is advantageous or has something, the aboriginal action is: let’s accelerate it away,’ Pope Francis [said]. ‘I say this with pain. In the aftermost aeon the accomplished apple was scandalized about what the Nazis did to absolve the race. Today we do the same, but now with white gloves.’ … The off-the-cuff comments were accepted by the Vatican afterwards the meeting.”
Trump will accommodated with the Civic Space Council and participate in a bill signing ceremony. He additionally has an afternoon activity with Sens. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) and Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.).
QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“’I don’t know, should I run for president?’ A laugh. And then: ‘The alarming activity is I ability win.’” — Stormy Daniels, discussing how her activity has afflicted aback her declared activity with Trump became public. (Chicago Tribune)
NEWS YOU CAN USE IF YOU LIVE IN D.C.:
— Temperatures in D.C. could abreast amateur digits today. The Basic Weather Gang forecasts: “Hazy, hot and actual humid. Temperatures arise able-bodied into the 90s and, depending on how abundant sun beats bottomward on us, annal could be in jeopardy. Washington would charge to hit 97 to bout the mark set in 1944. The aggregate of calefaction and clamminess advance the calefaction basis to 100 or so in the mid- to backward afternoon, so booty it accessible and break hydrated.”
— The Nationals absent to the Blue Jays 8-6, commutual a ambit by the Toronto team. (Chelsea Janes)
— D.C. will authority its primary elections tomorrow, but assembly has so far been awfully low. Peter Jamison, Danielle Douglas-Gabriel and Fenit Nirappil report: “Roughly 3 percent of registered voters casting aboriginal ballots, compared to an already low 4 percent in 2014, the aftermost mayoral primary. The absolute aborigine assembly in 2014, including aboriginal and absentee ballots, was 27 percent. That Commune association are not absorption to the acclamation this year is not necessarily surprising: Agent Muriel E. Bowser (D) faces nominal oposition and is assertive to become the aboriginal agent to win two agreement aback 2006, and best of the added contest arise to favor incumbents — although two face aboveboard challengers.”
— Commune voters will additionally adjudge the fate of Action 77, a admeasurement aimed at adopting angled workers’ minimum allowance from $3.33 to $15 over seven years. From Fenit Nirappil and Tim Carman: “The catechism may be the best advancing — and ambagious — activity on the acclamation Tuesday in the District’s primary election. It additionally is a action that extends above the nation’s capital, arena out in statehouses, burghal halls and polling places about the country as the restaurant industry and activity advocates altercate over how servers should be paid.”
— Frank Harden, one allotment of a activating duo that run a accepted Washington radio affairs from 1960 to 1992, died at the age of 95. (Marc Fisher)
VIDEOS OF THE DAY:
John Oliver scrutinized how Chinese Admiral Xi Jinping has circumscribed power:
Meet the Telemundo sportscaster delivery the Apple Cup:
A jockey recovered from falling off his horse mid-race and went on to win:
Jimmel Kimmel and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) had their basketball match-up (Cruz was the victor):
And a buck went for a bathe in California:
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