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New York CNN —The stark political reality facing President Joe Biden, prompting his unprecedented decision to exit the 2024 race, might look different had he enjoyed the support of a blindly loyal, propagandistic news media. GET RELIABLE SOURCES IN YOUR INBOX A daily digest chronicling the evolving media landscape with uncompromising reporting and analysis. “There has been so much consternation about the fight in the party but also the media coverage of the fight,” Maddow acknowledged Sunday. Contrast how the news media covered Biden’s woes with how the MAGA Media has treated Trump in recent years. But that was not the case for Biden, underscoring the ethical reality that flows through the news media and largely extends to progressive personalities.
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This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Thomas Gift, director of UCL's Centre on US Politics, told BI that Trump's selection of Vance was "a confident — some might say too confident" decision. AdvertisementShe noted that with Biden leading the Democratic ticket, Trump and Vance could effectively criticize Biden's age and competency. While Vance's first solo campaign rally in Virginia on Monday wasn't as disastrous or widely watched as Biden's debate performance, Fahey told Business Insider it still revealed a potential weakness. Beyond his loyalty to Trump, Fahey said, "Vance adds nothing to the Republican ticket."
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Read previewKamala Harris is enjoying a moment in the viral sun — with her #KHive surging into the mainstream, admitting they've been "coconut pilled." One coconut emoji too many, and Harris HQ could be veering into cringe, losing the coveted brain rot demographic. They've already started to try to capitalize on the memes — a little: The Harris presidential campaign's official TikTok account posted Charli XCX's Sunday tweet that said: "Kamala is brat." The Kamala HQ bio also reads "ready to provide context," which is a reference to another Harris-related meme. Advertisementkamala IS brat — Charli (@charli_xcx) July 22, 2024(If the coconut and brat references don't make sense to you, a brief explanation: Brat is a reference to Charli XCX's latest album, which has a girls-just-wanna-have-judgment-free-fun vibe.
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Obviously, the big political news of the past couple of days has come from the Democratic side. But before last week’s Republican National Convention fades from view, let me focus instead on a development on the G.O.P. Until now, most of the anti-immigration sloganeering coming from Donald Trump and his campaign has involved false claims that we’re experiencing a migrant crime wave. Increasingly, however, Trump and his associates have started making the case that immigrants are stealing American jobs — specifically, the accusation that immigrants are inflicting terrible damage on the livelihoods of Black workers. Of course, the idea that immigrants are taking jobs away from native-born Americans, including native-born Black Americans, isn’t new.
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Vinod Khosla on Sunday urged Democrats to select a moderate candidate against Trump. Elon Musk pushed back in defense of Trump, sparking a heated exchange with Khosla on X.Khosla suggested Kamala Harris and Governors Whitmer, Shapiro, and Beshear as potential candidates. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Khosla first posted that an open convention could yield a candidate who could "easily" beat Trump, such as Michigan Gov.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThis election is mega versus MAGA from the market's perspective, says Jim Cramer'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer looks at the market reaction to this weekend's big political shake up.
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Trump and his supporters are slamming Joe Biden for quitting the race and endorsing Kamala Harris. Some members of MAGA world are bemoaning the millions of dollars spent running against Joe Biden. Biden's withdrawal also means Trump is now the oldest candidate in the presidential race. AdvertisementIn the wake of President Joe Biden's withdrawal from the Democratic Party's 2024 race, it sure looks like MAGA world will be very sad to see him go. Biden decided on Sunday to reject his party's presidential nomination, and endorsed his Vice President Kamala Harris for the top ticket instead.
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Within hours of Biden dropping out of the race and endorsing his vice president on Sunday, Trump’s campaign managers had released a blistering statement tying Harris to the administration’s policies. Instead, Trump’s team had orchestrated an exacting campaign around defeating Biden. But it was soon widely acknowledged within Trump’s camp that Biden bowing out would also throw their own campaign into uncertainty. Trump’s campaign also began privately ramping up and testing new lines of attack on Harris — someone they had largely ignored since she was sworn in as vice president. While polling has shown Harris is the best known among possible Democratic candidates to replace Biden, Trump’s advisers and allies maintain that most Americans don’t know much about her, creating an opening to define her to the public.
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Inside the ‘Gangster’ Image of Donald Trump
  + stars: | 2024-07-21 | by ( Jennifer Medina | )   time to read: 1 min
Amber Rose, an OnlyFans model, influencer and former girlfriend to rappers, took the stage at the Republican National Convention on Monday night sporting her platinum buzz cut and face tattoo. Ms. Rose, the author of a book titled “How to Be a Bad Bitch,” told the overwhelmingly white crowd that she once believed “left-wing propaganda that Donald Trump was a racist.” But now, she said, she had “put the red hat on, too.”“These are my people,” she said. “This is where I belong.”As if to underscore the point, Ms. Rose appeared on the giant screens at the convention hall again the next night. This time it was in a music video for “Trump Trump Baby,” a remix of Vanilla Ice’s 1990s hit, “Ice Ice Baby,” performed by Forgiato Blow, a self-described MAGA rapper. Ms. Rose wore a hefty gold chain with a medallion of Mr. Trump’s face.
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CNN —President Joe Biden outraised – and dramatically outspent – the campaign of Republican rival Donald Trump last month, new campaign reports filed Saturday show, raising questions about how long the president’s political team can operate at full throttle if donations dry up. By contrast, Trump’s campaign spent just shy of $10 million, leaving $128 million in its war chest. One fundraiser that proceeded over the weekend in Cape Cod brought in more $2 million, campaign officials said. Trump’s campaign, meanwhile, has consistently spent far less than Biden’s. A super PAC backing Trump’s candidacy, MAGA Inc., meanwhile, entered July with nearly $114 million in available cash.
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The people who would make Trump president want different things from him, and those differences present political perils for Trump and also make it difficult to predict the contours of his second term. And when Trump’s emotions ultimately dictate policy, it’s fair for Americans to be concerned about worst-case outcomes. Even worse, they feel personally persecuted by a “uniparty” or “regime” that supposedly despises them and rejects their values. He’d reported to prison the day before to serve a four-month sentence for contempt of Congress. Before he entered the prison, he hosted a circuslike news conference that featured a who’s who of MAGA cranks and ideologues.
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In the days that followed, some of his supporters started sporting bandages of their own. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. The bandages go a step beyond Trump shirts and lawn signs, Dr. Angie Corbo, chair of communications studies at Widener University, told Business Insider. For supporters of Navalny and now Trump, this performative act of imitation is a sign of solidarity. AdvertisementThe ear bandages portray a different, softer message — one that could make his audience feel more connected to him.
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Opinion Meet the Flip-Flop Club: 7 Republicans Who Kissed the RingClaire Merchlinsky/The New York Times; Images by Mary981, via Getty ImagesYou could call it a glorious moment of party unity. Either way, the Republican Party’s nominating convention was an impressive show of force by its undisputed leader, Donald Trump, who has vanquished all comers to rally his party around the MAGA flag. Heading into the primary elections, plenty of Republicans were desperately casting about for a Trump alternative, and plenty of challengers were auditioning for the position. But you can’t fight the base, and as it became clear that Republican voters were going to stick with Mr. Trump, his skeptics and critics fell into line one by one. is Mr. Trump’s party, now more than ever.
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The Republican convention, which provided a portfolio of memorable (or at least memeable) images, was borne on a typhoon of words. But politics doesn’t speak only the language of policy and platitude. AgainWhen the MAGA movement was born during the 2016 campaign, it was possible to wonder about the specific meaning of the last word. When had America been great, or not been great or stopped being great? On the last night, the original formula was tweaked to “Make America Great Once Again,” which doesn’t yield an easily pronounceable acronym (MAGOA?)
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Unity, after all, has been a key message espoused by President Joe Biden. "I had all prepared an extremely tough speech, really good, all about the corrupt, horrible administration," Trump told the Post. Just over 26 minutes into his speech, Trump was praising his supporters and family when he veered abruptly back into attacks on his opponents. Trump portrays unity — while insulting his opponentsTrump, now officially the Republican nominee, began his speech in line with the unity message. "I look at unity, and it's obviously an opportunity to bring the country together," said Chris LaCivita, a senior campaign aide.
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"Should Biden leave the race, we would not immediately change our electoral odds (60% Trump vs. 40% Biden/Dem). However, we would note that the policies of a potential Harris administration would largely align with those of President Biden," Mills said. "The primary market moves on election night will come through the equity side as a result of significant regulatory policy divergences. Under a Biden win, it will be status quo in markets. With a Trump win, [stocks] will get some serious legs," Jefferies chief market strategist David Zervos said in a Friday note to clients.
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Opinion | Trump the Lion, or Trump the Lyin’?
  + stars: | 2024-07-19 | by ( Maureen Dowd | )   time to read: +1 min
No one has ever said that Donald Trump doesn’t know a good story when he hears one. Trump is a master of narrative. Not always true narrative, and not always rational narrative. (Barron, who was very upset by what happened to his father, according to Trump aides, was nowhere to be seen.) “I’m not supposed to be here tonight,” Trump told the crowd at Fiserv Forum, after walking out on a stage with a campy giant “TRUMP” in blazing white lights and a display of the White House portico.
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Read previewA draft budget approved by Germany's government shows the country is planning to halve its military aid to Ukraine next year. The draft budget slashes the amount promised to Ukraine to $4.35 billion in 2025, compared to the roughly $8.14 billion it is receiving this year, Reuters reported. There are fears that Trump will scale back or even totally halt US aid to Ukraine. Germany is the second-biggest donor country by volume of military aid to Ukraine and is Europe's biggest economy. As such, the draft budget is a "moral hazard" for the country, Loss said.
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“Just a few short days ago, my journey with you nearly ended, we know that,” Trump said. Or we fall apart.”But the new Trump lasted just a few minutes before the old version returned. “Our planet is teetering on the edge of World War III and this will be a war like no other,” said Trump. Another top Democrat close to the White House described Biden as having become “exceptionally insulated and isolated” since the CNN debate in Atlanta on June 27. “I have worked with President Biden when it has made Montana stronger, and I’ve never been afraid to stand up to him when he is wrong.
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And there was great, great sorrow. They’re going to be OK. They’re going to be doing very well. Now he’s going to get on the plane in a little while and he’s going to go back home to his wife. Great, great student at Yale. So many — just so many heroes, so many great, great people.
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But there’s a small, powerful sect of Silicon Valley billionaires who are carving a path for the maybe-Trumpers and the MAGA-curious in the tech world. David Sacks, the billionaire tech investor, co-hosted a fundraiser last month at his San Francisco home and spoke at the Republican National Convention on Monday. In the last election cycle, the few Trump backers that existed in the Valley largely kept their support under the radar. Their numbers are still small, but they’re no longer hiding, and their wallets are open. And, as Kovacevich notes, just because there are a few big names turning toward Trump, “they’re not speaking for everybody.”“In fact, most of the big company CEOs aren’t terribly involved in partisan politics,” Kovacevich says.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping and former U.S. President Donald Trump in Beijing, China, in 2017. "So this is not going to be a sustainable driver of growth for China." China's exports to the U.S. rose by a modest 1.5% in the first half of the year. Citi forecasts 5.0% growth in real GDP growth for China this year. UBS forecasts 4.9% growth for China's economy this year.
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November 2007: Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle ran in the same circles before they started dating. Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa Trump (left) with Kimberly Guilfoyle (second from right) at an event in New York City. NEIL RASMUS/Patrick McMullan via Getty ImagesGuilfoyle and Trump Jr. were photographed together at events in New York City in 2007 and 2008. Guilfoyle was married to Democratic politician Gavin Newsom from 2001 to 2006, and she was first lady of San Francisco during his time as mayor. Trump Jr. married model Vanessa Haydon in 2005.
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If you want to chip in to help me defeat Donald Trump again, I’d appreciate your support today. Read full email ›biden President, not King July 6 at 6:49 p.m. Read full email ›biden 🇺🇸 To all of President Biden’s supporters and anyone who wants to beat Donald Trump ⛅️ July 6 at 8:55 p.m. biden The American people have seen who Donald Trump really is July 7 at 9:18 p.m. Donald Trump is a threat to our democracy. Read full email ›trump I’m launching the Trump War Council.
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Read previewSen. JD Vance of Ohio on Wednesday railed against decades of American policy in his major national moment as the Republican vice presidential nominee. Like former President Donald Trump, Vance underlined a populist Republican Party to the point that he came out to a Merle Haggard hit that was written in protest of the war in Iraq. In selecting Vance, Trump eschewed the traditional considerations in finding a running mate. "He chose to endure abuse, slander, and persecution, and he did it because he loves this country," Vance said. AdvertisementLeft unmentioned and unexplored is how Trump's running mate once uttered some of those criticisms.
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