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Mr. Biden recently indicated he would debate Mr. Trump, but had until now declined to give any firm commitment or specific details. In a video announcing his offer, Mr. Biden taunted Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump leads Mr. Biden in most polls of battleground states, including the recent surveys by The New York Times, Siena College and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Significantly more voters trust Mr. Trump over Mr. Biden to handle the economy. Mr. Biden, exasperated, famously said to Mr. Trump, “Will you shut up, man?
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CNN —US intelligence officials are watching closely to see if the United States’ support for Ukraine will lead the Russian government to take more risks in potentially interfering in the 2024 presidential election, a senior FBI official told reporters Thursday. “We’re certainly… keeping our eye out to make sure that that’s not increasing [their] risk taking.”The FBI briefed reporters on the condition that the senior FBI officials not be named. The FBI official’s comments on Thursday echo those made by a senior National Security Agency official in March. “Russia can use their access to those government networks to undermine confidence in the US election integrity and bolster influence operations,” the second FBI official said. The FBI officials also singled out China and Iran as other governments that could be willing to interfere in or influence the 2024 US election.
Persons: Joe, “ We’re, , Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, denigrate Biden, Trump, weren’t, Hillary Clinton’s, , ” Rob Joyce, Joyce, ” CNN’s Marshall Cohen Organizations: CNN, FBI, Ukraine, GOP, National Security Agency Locations: United States, Ukraine, Russian, Ukraine –, Kyiv, Russia, China, Iran
There were silk and glass butterflies. There was an entree inspired by a California roll and a performance by Paul Simon. On Wednesday evening, as the Bidens hosted Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan and his wife, Yuko Kishida, at the fifth state dinner of the Biden administration, Dr. Jill Biden, wearing an evening dress from Oscar de la Renta, stood with her husband to greet their guests of honor at the North Portico. Designed by Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim, the dress flowed in a watery fade from sapphire blue to light silver and was covered in hand-embroidered floral geometric beading. She was connecting to a longstanding relationship: Oscar de la Renta has dressed almost every first lady since Jackie Kennedy; Dr. Biden first wore the label for her inaugural state dinner in 2022.
Persons: Paul Simon, Fumio Kishida, Yuko Kishida, Biden, Jill Biden, Oscar de la, Fernando Garcia, Laura Kim, Naomi Biden, Hillary, Jackie Kennedy, Dr Locations: California, Japan, Portico, la, American
In 2020, Biden won the state by fewer than 21,000 votes, with no Green Party candidates on the ballot. Four years earlier, Trump carried Wisconsin by nearly 23,000 votes, with the Green Party’s Jill Stein earning more than 30,000 voters. When third-party candidates were added to the mix, both Biden and Trump saw their numbers fall by about 10 percentage points. “It really brings forward the idea that the two big parties just hand us candidates to choose from,” Anderson said. But Democrats have long viewed Stein’s campaign as one of the decisive factors in delivering Trump the state of Wisconsin and the presidency.
Persons: Donald Trump, Robert Kennedy Jr, Mike Crute, Joe Biden, ” Crute, , Biden, Trump, Jill Stein, Stein, Kennedy, Cornel West, , , Crute, CNN’s “ Erin Burnett OutFront ”, ” Kennedy, Phil Anderson, ” Anderson, Anderson, ‘ Kennedy, they’ll, Brian Schimming, ” Schimming, Schimming, Robert F, Jr, Kelda Roys, Hillary Clinton’s, Clinton, “ It’s, Biden’s, ” Roys, we’re, Anthony Gray, “ I’m, ” Gray, Bobby Jr Organizations: Wisconsin CNN, Republicans, Trump, Biden, Green Party, Marquette University Law School, West, Wisconsin Libertarian, Wisconsin Republican Party, Republican, Democratic, Democratic National Committee, , Dane County, of Supervisors Locations: Madison, Wisconsin, Gaza, Dane
Could President Biden, who claims to have labor-friendly policies, be the one to turn the tide by appealing to the White working class and giving his party a much-needed electoral boost in the process? After all, issues affecting poor White voters, such as health care, higher education and increased access to childcare have long been traditional Democratic priorities. That gaffe echoed Obama’s off-the-cuff remark in 2008 that “bitter” low-income voters “cling to guns or religion” — comments that didn’t endear him to the White working class, either. Some White voters of modest means perceive Democrats as being determined to secure equality for minority groups at their expense. And working-class White Americans tended for some reason not to perceive Obamacare — the president’s signature social policy achievement — as immediately benefiting them.
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A 2020 election denier’s tumultuous reign atop the Michigan Republican Party had only recently begun. Since then, the strike has ended and the top union representing Michigan autoworkers, United Auto Workers, has endorsed President Joe Biden. State party turmoilAhead of his visit, Trump and his allies sought to put an end to turmoil within the Michigan Republican Party, which has faced a reckoning over its readiness for the 2024 election. The state party ousted its chair, Kristina Karamo, last month in the face of internal strife and lackluster fundraising. The recent Fox News survey from Michigan found Biden leading Trump 53% to 41% among union households.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden, Nikki Haley –, Stormy Daniels, Friday’s, , Biden, Hillary Clinton’s, Haley, Kristina Karamo, Pete Hoekstra, Hoekstra, Democratic Sen, Debbie Stabenow, , Jason Cabel Roe, it’s, – Trump, Trump’s, Shawn Fain, ” Trump, Fain, ” Fain, Cabel Roe, “ There’s Organizations: CNN, Michigan, Republican, GOP, Michigan Republican Party, Michigan autoworkers, United Auto Workers, Republicans, South Carolina Gov, Michigan GOP, Trump, Fox, Sneaker Con, South Carolina Army National Guard, Republican National, White House, Democratic, doesn’t, Republican Party, Biden, Big, Teamsters, UAW Locations: California, Michigan, New, York, , Georgia, Waterford Township, Detroit, Waterford, Trump’s Michigan, , Philadelphia, South Carolina, State, Netherlands, Washington ,, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania
Opinion | Why I Am Now Deeply Worried for America
  + stars: | 2024-02-12 | by ( Paul Krugman | )   time to read: +1 min
It has seemed increasingly likely that the nation’s good sense would prevail and democracy would survive. But watching the frenzy over President Biden’s age, I am, for the first time, profoundly concerned about the nation’s future. It now seems entirely possible that within the next year, American democracy could be irretrievably altered. And the final blow won’t be the rise of political extremism — that rise certainly created the preconditions for disaster, but it has been part of the landscape for some time now. No, what may turn this menace into catastrophe is the way the hand-wringing over Biden’s age has overshadowed the real stakes in the 2024 election.
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Democrats Suffer a Comey Flashback
  + stars: | 2024-02-09 | by ( Adam Nagourney | )   time to read: 1 min
For veterans of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for president, yesterday brought back painful memories. The special counsel’s report on the handling of classified documents by President Biden instantly recalled how James Comey, then the F.B.I. director, concluded his investigation of Clinton for her handling of classified documents when she was secretary of state. Robert Hur, the special prosecutor in Biden’s case, cleared him of criminal wrongdoing in his handling of classified documents while he was vice president. In 2016, Comey likewise recommended that no criminal charges be filed against Clinton for using her private email server to handle official correspondence as secretary of state.
Persons: Hillary Clinton’s, Biden, James Comey, Clinton, , ’ ”, Nick Merrill, Robert Hur, Comey
WASHINGTON (AP) — Special Counsel Robert Hur on Thursday released his long-awaited report on President Joe Biden's handling of classified documents, concluding that Biden had “willfully” retained and disclosed highly classified materials when he was a private citizen. The special counsel report will hardly be helpful to Biden on that count. Biden’s memory was significantly limited” in interviews with the special counsel office as well as with a ghostwriter that Biden worked with. In his interview with the special counsel’s office, Hur writes, Biden twice appeared confused about when his term as vice president ended. Still, Trump can now cite special counsel Robert Hur’s finding that Biden retained and disclosed highly classified materials.
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His dominance in the polls and at the polls this year make clear the will of the people: They want Mr. Trump to be No. Hence the curiosity: Who does Mr. Trump want to be his No. As a congressman representing Indiana, Mr. Pence had worked in Washington for 12 years, but never became Washington. Talk has turned to whether Mr. Trump should choose an insider or an outsider, a man or a woman, a legislator or an executive. Yet I think the most important vice-presidential selection question for Mr. Trump is less “who?” than “why?” In other words, the individual should complement, not complicate, his America First record and vision, and recognize the difference between loyalty-as-tenacity (yes) and loyalty-as-obsequiousness (no).
Persons: Trump, Donald Trump, Nikki Haley, Electability, Mike Pence, Pence, Hillary Clinton’s Organizations: Iowa, United, Indiana, Healthy Locations: New Hampshire, , Nevada , South Carolina, Japan, Indiana, Healthy Indiana, Washington, Midwest, Manhattan
COLLISION OF POWER: Trump, Bezos, and The Washington Post, by Martin Baron. Read by Liev Schreiber. Martin Baron did not become the most famous editor in American journalism because of his charisma. But like a shrewd editor, Baron smartly delegates the rest — to Liev Schreiber, who played Baron in the Oscar-winning 2015 movie “Spotlight,” about the Boston Globe reporters who broke open the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church. Baron offers up almost nothing about his personal life — fitting for a leading defender of journalistic “objectivity” — and Schreiber plays the story straight.
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CNN —John Podesta, a senior White House adviser focused on clean energy and climate, will take over as US climate diplomat after John Kerry steps down this spring, according to a source familiar with the move. Podesta first came to the Biden White House in September 2022, when he was tasked with implementing the climate measures in the Inflation Reduction Act. Podesta also previously served as a top climate adviser to former President Barack Obama, where he was involved both in domestic and international climate policy. Podesta will inherit a more favorable international climate landscape than Kerry did when he took the role in 2021. And Kerry prioritized restarting international climate talks between the US and China, after China abruptly halted cooperation over other geopolitical issues.
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In a meeting this past weekend in Bangkok with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, US national security adviser Jake Sullivan again brought up the topic. Wang offered Sullivan the same assurance Xi had given Biden months prior — that Beijing would not meddle in the American election this fall, the source said. The White House National Security Council declined to comment on whether election interference came up in the Biden-Xi and Sullivan-Wang meetings. CNN has reached out to the Chinese Foreign Ministry for comment. Last week, a senior National Security Agency official told reporters that the agency had not yet seen signs of any notable new foreign influence operations aimed at the 2024 election.
Persons: Xi Jinping, Joe Biden, Xi, Biden, Wang Yi, Jake Sullivan, Wang, Sullivan, Hillary Clinton’s, , , Chris Krebs, ” Krebs, Brendan Smialowski, Antony Blinken, CNN’s Natasha Bertrand Organizations: CNN, Chinese Foreign, Democratic National Committee, FBI, Justice Department, White House National Security, Biden, Chinese Foreign Ministry, Microsoft, of, National Security Agency, US, Infrastructure Security, Economic Cooperation, APEC, Getty Locations: China, California, Bangkok, Beijing, Taiwan, Russia, Iran, Asia, Woodside , California, AFP, Washington, Chinese
When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the nominations Tuesday morning for the 96th annual Oscars, both Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie were dealt a shocking snub in the best director and best actress categories, respectively. It was nominated for best picture. The controversy prompted two of the film’s stars, Gosling and America Ferrera, to speak out and convey their dismay at the cold shoulder from the Academy. At last year’s awards ceremony, host Jimmy Kimmel even joked, “How does the Academy not nominate the guy who directed ‘Avatar’? What do they think he is, a woman?”There is empirical evidence that supports the notion women are overlooked by the Academy.
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Manchester, New Hampshire CNN —Donald Trump is demanding far more than a win in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary. That’s what we are here to tell you what we in South Carolina want,” 76-year-old Gov. It was also a clear attempt at intimidating Haley into folding her campaign if she loses Tuesday, before the race even gets to South Carolina. In the CNN poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire, Trump has expanded his lead with 50% support among likely GOP voters while Haley stands at 39%. The former South Carolina governor suffered a similar enthusiasm gap in Iowa, and after Sunday, she has only a day to turn it around in New Hampshire.
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New York CNN —Jamie Dimon has a warning for Democrats: Don’t dismiss Trump supporters as people who are exclusively attracted to his personality. Former President Donald Trump was right about some critical issues, the JPMorgan CEO says. “I wish the Democrats would think a little more carefully when they talk about MAGA,” Dimon told CNBC on Wednesday from the World Economic Forum in Davos. Dimon, who has clashed with Trump in the past and previously described himself as “barely a Democrat,” said that people are “basically scape-goating” Trump supporters. “I don’t think they are voting for Trump because of his family values,” Dimon said.
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That sort of approach resonated in conservative strongholds like Alabama long before Trump. Alabama Democrats, especially, cite deep historical roots involving racism, class and urban-rural divides when explaining Wallace, Trump and the decades between them. Moderate to progressive “national Democrats” were concentrated in north Alabama, Baxley explained, while reactionary “states-rights Dixiecrats” cohered in south Alabama. Wallace won four Deep South states as an independent in 1968. Wallace won his fourth term as governor in 1982 after disavowing segregation and winning over enough Black voters.
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Opinion: Nikki Haley is ready for her closeup
  + stars: | 2023-11-28 | by ( Opinion Nicole Hemmer | )   time to read: +10 min
Nikki Haley is instructive. But nowhere does it talk in depth about policy or what the Koch brothers’ organization represents within the Republican coalition. What makes Haley interesting in this race is not, in fact, her position in the polls but her position in the party. Haley was, after all, Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations, an interesting position for someone who so sharply diverges from Trump’s ostensibly non-interventionist foreign policy. Or maybe it’s Haley, the standard-bearer for a more inclusive Republican Party, defined by her identities as a woman and Indian-American.
Persons: Nicole Hemmer, Carolyn T, Robert M, , Who, Clinton, Hillary Clinton’s, Donald Trump’s, , Trump, Voters don’t, , Nikki Haley, Haley, George W . Bush, Paul Ryan, David, Charles Koch, Koch, it’s Haley, Patrick Hruby, Jon Stewart, Colbert Organizations: Rogers Center, Vanderbilt University, “ Partisans, Conservative, CNN, Trump, , Voters, Republican, South Carolina Gov, Prosperity, The New York Times, GOP, United Nations, Social Security, Republican Party, United Auto Workers, Columbia Journalism, New York Times, Washington Post, Times, Post, Political Journalism Locations: Trump, Afghanistan, Iran, Ukraine, Charleston, Detroit
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump isn’t used to constraints. Trump is not only a former president, but also the leading candidate for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. Just days ago, he was fined $5,000 for violating the same gag order, which Engoron imposed after Trump targeted his principal law clerk on social media. Indeed, things are likely to get much more complicated for Trump in the coming months as his four criminal trials get underway. New York court officials have beefed up security for judges and court personnel involved in Trump matters in the wake of the threats.
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“It’s about time,” Franco-Clausen, co-chair of the National Black Justice Coalition’s Good Trouble Network, an initiative that aims to advance policies that benefit the Black LGBTQ+ community, told CNN. She is currently the only Black woman serving in the Senate, and the third ever to serve in the chamber. But Franco-Clausen said she hopes the California senator will usher in a new era of representation. Among Democrats, 52 Black women have served in the House and three have served in the Senate. David Johns, the executive director of the National Black Justice Coalition, said he believes Butler’s presence in the Senate is reflective of the work of previous Black LGBTQ+ political leaders.
Persons: CNN — Shay Franco, Clausen, Laphonza Butler, Franco, Sen, Dianne Feinstein, , ” Franco, Coalition’s, Butler, , Kamala Harris –, Feinstein, Gavin Newsom, Charles Schumer, Alex Padilla, Tom Williams, Feinstein … Laphonza, “ Sen, Dianne Feinstein’s, ” Butler, Adam Schiff, Katie Porter, Barbara Lee, Hillary Clinton’s, Kamala Harris ’, who’s, Arnulfo De, Arnulfo De La Cruz, “ Laphonza, Laphonza, Shirley Chisholm, Melanie Campbell, David Johns Organizations: CNN, National Black, Network, Senate, San Francisco, of Supervisors, Committee, Senate Intelligence, Inc, Getty, Washington , D.C, Democratic, Congressional Black Caucus, House Democratic, Jackson State University, University of California, Regents, National Children’s Defense, Service Employees International Union, SEIU, Center for American Women, Republican, Victory, National Coalition, Black, National Black Justice Coalition Locations: California, D, Washington ,, Mississippi, Arnulfo De La, Congress
CNN —Former President Donald Trump is suing retired British intelligence officer Christopher Steele over the controversial dossier he compiled which shook Washington with its unverified and salacious allegations about Trump. Multiple US government inquiries uncovered dozens of contacts between Trump campaign associates and Russians, which have since been acknowledged. The money trail behind the Steele dossier has also been a subject of intense political scrutiny for years. About one year after the 2016 election, it became public that Steele was indirectly paid by Democrats to research Trump. Steele has faced a series of civil lawsuits in the US and UK stemming from the dossier.
Persons: Donald Trump, Christopher Steele, Steele, Orbis Business Intelligence –, Trump, Tim Lowles, John Durham, Steele’s handiwork, Igor Danchenko, ” “, Danchenko, ” Steele, Hillary Clinton’s, Perkins Coie, Clinton’s Organizations: CNN, Trump, Orbis Business Intelligence, Kremlin, London’s, Department, Democratic National Committee, Fusion, DNC, FBI Locations: Washington, Russia, Durham, Trump
NEW YORK (AP) — The Clinton Global Initiative added gender equity as a pillar of the nonprofit’s work to sound the alarm about the increasing challenges women and girls currently face, Clinton Foundation Vice Chair Chelsea Clinton told The Associated Press in an interview Tuesday. “Whatever the issue -- it’s connected to women and it falls more heavily on women,” Chelsea Clinton said. “We are in this for the long haul for Ukraine, Ukrainians, and for democracy everywhere," Hillary Clinton said. “From the World Food Programme's perspective, the world on fire,” she told former President Bill Clinton. Andres said he was proud to be part of the Ukraine Action Network to help out through World Central Kitchen.
Persons: Chelsea Clinton, Cindy McCain, ” Chelsea Clinton, Hillary Clinton’s, “ we’ve, , , we’ve, Hillary Clinton, Ukraine —, Orlando Bloom's, Don’t, Clinton, ” Zelenska, ” Cindy McCain, Bill Clinton, ” McCain, ” Chef Jose Andres, McCain, Andres, I’ve, “ WCK Organizations: Clinton Global Initiative, Clinton, Associated Press, United Nations Conference, Women, Network, Ukraine, Clinton Global, Ukraine Action Network, World, Kitchen Ukrainian, Lilly Endowment Inc, AP Locations: Beijing, Ukraine, Russia, , Africa
In later years, she stepped over the White House threshold as a visiting senator and Cabinet member, but never in the long-sought role of Madam President. She fell short each time, and kept her distance from the White House during the Trump years. She again was a regular presence at the White House, with a seat next to Obama at the Cabinet table. She and President Clinton first celebrated the Praemium Imperiale prizes at the White House in 1994. She also showcased American sculpture in the first lady's garden at the White House.
Persons: Hillary Clinton, , Clinton, , She's, Obama, Madam, Jill Biden, she’s, Lisa Caputo, Clinton's, Bill Clinton, Ellen Fitzpatrick, Jacqueline Kennedy’s, John F, Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Hillary, Fitzpatrick, , “ I’ve, I’ve, Monica Lewinsky, Chelsea, Miss Lewinsky, Sen, Barack Obama, Osama bin Laden, Melanne Verveer, Hillary Clinton’s, Verveer, I’m Organizations: WASHINGTON, Vogue, Japan Art Association, White, Trump, University of New, White House, U.S, Senate, Democratic, National Endowment, Arts, Humanities Locations: Arkansas, U.S, University of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Martha’s, New York
Currently the front-runner for the GOP nomination, Trump has already pleaded not guilty in a case he’s slammed as 2024 election interference. Meadows wants to move his case to federal court, where he may have a better chance of having it dismissed. Biden has nothing to do with the trial date being set. (The fact that television coverage is not allowed in federal court could be important here). Ron DeSantis and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott are among the candidates who have equivocated over Trump’s legal quagmire – preferring to attack Democrats for “weaponizing” justice.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, Tanya Chutkan’s, Mark Meadows, Meadows, Richard Nixon, H.R, Haldeman, Hillary Clinton’s, , he’d, Trump’s, Jack Smith’s, she’s, ” Tom Dupree, George W, Bush, CNN’s Jake Tapper, Chris Christie, Smith, ” Christie, Tapper, Jack Smith, Donald Trump, , , Biden, It’s, Fani Willis, Willis, president’s, Christie, Asa Hutchinson, Ron DeSantis, South Carolina Sen, Tim Scott, quagmire, “ weaponizing, Nikki Haley, Haley Organizations: CNN, Super Tuesday, Trump, GOP, Republican Party, White House, White, Department, Former New Jersey Gov, Republican, Tuesday, Mar, Arkansas Gov, Florida Gov, , South Carolina Gov, United Locations: Washington, DC, Georgia, Manhattan, Fulton County, Iowa , New Hampshire , Nevada, South Carolina, Milwaukee, Florida, United Nations, America
CNN cannot independently verify if the photographs, social media accounts and the homes addresses being posted actually belong to the grand jurors. However, the names being circulated on these sites appear to match the names of at least 13 of the 26 grand jurors that served on the panel in Fulton County. It’s unclear if those names are the actual grand jurors or just people with the same name. Also, on some forums, users are posting multiple social media profiles of different people who have the same name as some of the grand jurors. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis speaks during a news conference at the Fulton County Government building on August 14, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Persons: Donald Trump, Daniel J, Jones, Hillary Clinton’s, Fani Willis, Joe Raedle, Ben Decker, Willis, Trump Organizations: CNN, Advance Democracy, Trump, Fulton, Fulton County Government, Locations: Fulton, Fulton County, Washington, Atlanta , Georgia, Atlanta
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