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On Monday, Trump announced that he had selected Sen. JD Vance of Ohio as his vice presidential pick. In selecting Vance, Trump stiff-armed the establishment and Wall Street voices that settled on another finalist, North Dakota Gov. In May, he expressed skepticism that former Vice President Mike Pence's life was ever truly in danger during the Capitol riot. Related storiesLike Trump, Vance has embraced conspiracies about the 2020 election. Like Trump, Vance has also strongly questioned sending defense aid to Ukraine.
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The uproar over the Trump assassination attempt may pause the intraparty rebellion against Biden for now, especially as he assumes his role as the leader of a nation in sudden crisis. In a nation that was already deeply divided, the core vote for both Trump and Biden was probably locked in. There can be no justification for an assassination attempt on a candidate — an assault on democracy. Many Republican politicians issued calls for calm and an easing of political rhetoric after the shooting — as did Democrats. And Johnson accompanied his calls for calm by implying that Democrats — in advancing their arguments against Trump — had somehow abetted the assassination attempt.
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And yet one of the men, former President Donald Trump, 78, has been able to remake the Republican Party around his own divisive persona. Trump, between now and then, will pick a vice president from a short list of people who have previously criticized him but are now all in. Doug Burgum, who are also reportedly on Trump’s vice presidential short list, should be wary. A CNN poll released back in February, before Trump had sealed the Republican presidential nomination, suggested his top Republican rival, former South Carolina Gov. If Biden dropped out, Clyburn said he would back Vice President Kamala Harris.
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Former US President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Doral, Florida, on July 9, 2024. Various Trump megadonors are also on the RNC lineup including venture capitalist David Sacks and investors Steve and Zach Witkoff. In total, the RNC will have over 80 speakers rallying support around Trump before the convention culminates in officially designating him the Republican presidential nominee. Notably missing from the RNC speaker list is former First Lady Melania Trump, as well as Trump's daughter and former White House advisor Ivanka Trump. Melania has so far been conspicuously absent from the Trump campaign trail, drawing mockery from President Joe Biden.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, frontrunners, frontrunners — Sens, JD Vance, Marco Rubio, Doug Burgum —, Sen, Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy, David Sacks, Steve, Zach Witkoff, Mike Johnson, Tucker Carlson, Amber Rose, Melania Trump, White, Ivanka Trump, Melania, Joe Biden, Eric Trump, Lara Trump Organizations: Republican, Republican National Convention, Capitol Hill, frontrunners —, North Dakota Gov, GOP, RNC, Trump, Senate, Conservative, Republican Party Locations: Doral , Florida, R, Ohio, Savannah, Milwaukee
Marathon Oil agreed to spend $241.5 million to resolve federal allegations that it unlawfully emitted methane, a planet-warming greenhouse gas, and other pollutants from oil and gas facilities in North Dakota. Under the proposed settlement announced on Thursday, the oil and gas producer, based in Houston, would pay a $64.5 million civil penalty. The federal government said it was the largest-ever fine for alleged violations of the Clean Air Act that took place at stationary infrastructure. The settlement is part of a wider effort by the E.P.A. to rein in greenhouse gas emissions at oil and gas facilities.
Organizations: Oil, Fort, Environmental Protection Agency Locations: North Dakota, Houston, Fort Berthold
Read previewSteven and Lauren Keys, now 33 and 34, retired at 29 and have visited every state and national park — managing to grow their wealth while doing so. They've explored much of the country, deciding their favorite national parks are in California and Alaska — while their least favorite are in the Midwest. "We've been to Yosemite a couple of times, and there are areas where you're sitting in traffic literally in a national park for an extra 45 minutes." About 41% of the total cost of attending all national parks came from traveling to Alaska, Hawaii, and other American territories. Their least favorite national park was Hot Springs in Arkansas, which was the first national park they visited.
Persons: , Steven, Lauren Keys, They've, Lauren, It's, We've, Hawaii's Haleakalā, St . Louis, St, Rushmore Organizations: Service, Business, University of Florida, Facebook, Yosemite, Hawai'i Volcanoes, Springs, Voyageurs, Kansas City Locations: California, Alaska, Tampa, Florida, New York, Hawaii, Gainesville —, Australia, Canada, Yosemite, Eureka Valley, Badwater, Hawai'i, Maui, Yellowstone, American Samoa, Carlsbad, Arkansas, St ., Minnesota, Guadalupe, Texas, Utah, Southern California, Oahu, Kansas , Missouri, South Carolina, New Jersey, Kansas, Louis, North Dakota, South Dakota , Idaho, Montana
To evaluate each state's infrastructure, our Top States study considers not just roads, bridges, ports and airports. The state broadband office notes that it is the nation's ninth-largest allocation per capita. The state's power grid is among America's least reliable, according to U.S. Department of Energy data. The severe weather means power outages are frequent as well. Since then, the power outages have persisted, making Maine's grid among the worst in the nation.
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Trump’s V.P. Reveal May Be This Week. Or Not.
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Michael C. Bender | )   time to read: +1 min
Donald J. Trump’s running-mate search, as much a theatrical production as a political one, is now in its final act. In exactly one week, the Republican vice-presidential nominee is scheduled to address the party’s convention in Milwaukee. Doug Burgum of North Dakota and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida — have sat for repeated cable news interviews. They’ve attended campaign fund-raisers, mingled with members of Mr. Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort and flown on the Trump plane. And they’ve all completed perhaps the most crucial test: addressing the devoted core of the former president’s MAGA movement onstage at a Trump rally.
Persons: Donald J, Trump’s, J.D, Vance of, Doug Burgum, Marco Rubio, Marco Rubio of Florida —, They’ve, president’s MAGA, Trump Organizations: Republican, Gov, Trump Locations: Milwaukee, Vance of Ohio, North Dakota, Marco Rubio of Florida, Lago
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBiden 'needs to make his own decision' on remaining in the race, says former NATO ambassadorHeidi Heitkamp, former senator from North Dakota, and Kay Bailey Hutchison, former Texas senator and former U.S. ambassador to NATO, join CNBC's 'The Exchange' to discuss expectations for the NATO summit, the 2024 election, and more.
Persons: Biden, Heidi Heitkamp, Kay Bailey Hutchison, CNBC's Organizations: NATO Locations: North Dakota, Texas, U.S
Blake Masters and Abe Hamadeh are in the midst of a nasty primary for a House seat in Arizona. Sen. JD Vance, a potential Trump VP pick, has endorsed Masters. AdvertisementAs Donald Trump prepares to announce his vice presidential nominee at the Republican National Convention next week, the former president seems to have found a potential favorite: Sen. JD Vance of Ohio. "It looks good," Trump said of Vance's signature beard on Fox News radio on Wednesday morning. According to various media reports, Vance, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, and Gov.
Persons: Blake Masters, Abe Hamadeh, Sen, JD Vance, Masters, Trump, Hamadeh, Vance, , Donald Trump, Ohio, Abraham Lincoln, Marco Rubio, Doug Burgum Organizations: Trump VP, Service, Republican National Convention, Fox News, Business Locations: Arizona, Marco Rubio of Florida, North Dakota
As a single person, you'll need an annual income of $40,000 to cover basic expenses in the cheapest U.S. states, according to a recent SmartAsset analysis. The state with the lowest costs of living is West Virginia, closely followed by Arkansas and Oklahoma, the analysis says. In contrast, the most expensive state for a single person is Massachusetts, where a single person needs $58,009 per year to cover basic costs. The difference in basic costs between states is largely due to housing, which tends to be most affordable in rural states. MIT's Living Wage calculator is based on data from various federal agencies, adjusted for inflation as of December 2023.
Organizations: MIT, Bureau of Labor Statistics, CNBC Locations: West Virginia, Arkansas, Oklahoma, West, U.S, Dakota, Kentucky, Ohio, Louisiana, Mississippi, Iowa, Mexico, Nebraska, Alabama, Missouri, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, New York, California
Steve Nagel, a chiropractor and talk radio host based in North Dakota, has frequently claimed that vaccines of all types lead to worse health outcomes for children. Demi Kouzounas oversaw a party platform as the chairwoman of the Maine state Republican committee that defined the teaching of nonbinary genders in public schools as “child sexual abuse.”David Barton, an amateur Texas historian, has long called the separation between church and state a “myth.”All three are among the 112 delegates serving on the Republican Party’s national platform committee, which will assemble in Milwaukee on Monday to spend the next two days writing the first G.O.P. platform since 2016.
Persons: Steve Nagel, Demi Kouzounas, ” David Barton Organizations: Republican, Republican Party’s Locations: North Dakota, Maine, Texas, Milwaukee
No alumni network exists for former Trump White House staff members in the way there does for the two presidents who preceded him. The group under consideration already constitutes some of the most coveted pro-Trump Republicans for cable news interviews. And their access to some of the party’s biggest donors has widened thanks to their newly burnished Trump bona fides. Vance of Ohio, 39, are widely viewed as some of the party’s most promising young stars. Senator Marco Rubio’s conservative credentials have been polished by Mr. Trump’s consideration of the Florida senator as a top contender.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, , , Mike Pence, Byron Donalds of, Elise Stefanik, J.D, Vance of, Marco Rubio’s, Doug Burgum Organizations: Trump White House, Trump Republicans, Trump, Republican, Gov Locations: Byron Donalds of Florida, New York, Vance of Ohio, Florida, North Dakota
Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican and longtime Trump ally, on CBS' "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan" Sunday said a new Democratic challenger would make the race "dramatically different" for Trump. "As a human, it's probably good for Joe Biden that he's now probably not going to have to be subjected to this another four years. "Virtually any Democrat that potentially replaces Biden has an exponentially better chance of defeating Trump," the senior House GOP aide told Fox News. AdvertisementWhen Business Insider reached out for comment, representatives for Trump pointed to a recent post on Truth Social in which Trump urged Biden to stay in the race. "Crooked Joe Biden should ignore his many critics and move forward, with alacrity and strength, with his powerful and far reaching campaign," Trump's post, published Saturday, read.
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Uncertainty over whether President Biden will continue seeking re-election, despite his pledges to stay in the race, has sharpened the focus on Donald J. Trump’s political calculations for choosing his Republican running mate. Such a scenario could help at least a couple of Mr. Trump’s top contenders: Senator J.D. Vance of Ohio, who is the second-youngest member of the Senate, and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, whose Cuban American heritage is central to his political biography. But among those in Mr. Trump’s circle who believe that Mr. Biden’s disastrous debate performance makes a Republican victory more likely in November, there’s another train of thought: that Gov. Mr. Burgum, also one of Mr. Trump’s top contenders, has executive experience from two terms in that office and a long career as a business executive.
Persons: Biden, Donald J, Kamala Harris, Trump’s, J.D, Vance of Ohio, Marco Rubio, Biden’s, there’s, Doug Burgum, Burgum Organizations: Republican, Mr, Democratic, Senate, Cuban Locations: Marco Rubio of Florida, North Dakota
Hamm also donated $50 million toward Burgum’s effort to build a presidential library honoring Theodore Roosevelt in North Dakota. CNBC first reported on Burgum’s financial ties with Continental, and the Associated Press previously reported on the politics of the Summit pipeline debate. Gaylen Dewing and Marvin Abraham put up a sign opposing the Summit pipeline east of Bismarck, N.D. in August 2023. Supporters say it will be an economic driver for North Dakota and help reduce emissions across the Midwest. North Dakota landowner Kurt Swenson attends a court hearing related to the pipeline project.
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The ruling came on the final day of the Supreme Court's term that began in October. At issue in the case was whether Corner Post was too late when it brought its legal challenge. A group of small business associations had filed a brief urging the Supreme Court to maintain a strict statute of limitations that begins at the time a regulation is finalized. The Supreme Court in 2015 left in place a lower court's ruling backing the regulation. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Traynor's decision, setting up the Supreme Court appeal.
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Democratic Party grandees, meanwhile, crowded onto Sunday talk shows to try to turn attention away from Biden’s confused and painful debate showing and to put the spotlight back on Trump. But any set of bad polls showing an already-tough reelection bid was seriously damaged by the debate could trigger panic again. The ferocious counterattack by Biden’s campaign, however, is not answering fundamental questions posed in the aftermath of a debate that shattered confidence in Biden’s capacity to beat Trump for many of his fellow Democrats. Voters saw Biden’s reduced and poignant state with their own eyes. Biden campaign manager Jennifer O’Malley Dillon even blamed any poor forthcoming polls on the media and not the president.
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That position appeared to have some purchase on the 6-3 conservative Supreme Court during oral arguments in April. The court will also decide two cases at the intersection of the First Amendment and social media. At issue are laws enacted in Florida and Texas aimed at stopping social media giants like Facebook and X from throttling conservative views. The Republican governors who signed the laws said they were needed to keep the social media platforms from discriminating against conservatives. The issue before the Supreme Court is whether the truck stop may sue in the first place, given a six-year statute of limitations on challenging government regulations.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Jack Smith’s, Joe Biden “, Jake Tapper, Biden, Elon Musk, , Samuel Alito, Alito, John Roberts Organizations: CNN, White, Trump, Facebook, Elon, Capitol Locations: Florida, Texas, North Dakota, Idaho
“It’s not defensible.”Yet, even as he seeks to keep the spotlight on Biden’s debate shortcomings, Trump is also entering a critical three-week stretch full of potential race-defining moments that could further alter the stakes of the election. The Republican convention in Milwaukee will kick off a mere four days later. Leveraging these moments presents opportunities for Trump to seize media coverage beyond the debate and further bolster his campaign coffers. Before the debate had even ended, Trump’s campaign sent supporters a text message declaring he had “obliterated” Biden along with a link to purchase new apparel. “I’ve always been of the opinion that this decision would come before the convention,” one Trump ally said.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Biden “, Camp David, , ” Trump, Biden, Chris LaCivita, Jack Smith’s, Trump’s, Smith, ” Biden, “ I’ve, Republican veepstakes, Doug Burgum, Burgum, , Alex Floyd Organizations: CNN, Trump, Republican National Convention, Democratic, Biden, Camp, Fox News, Biden’s Department of Justice, Republican, GOP, Democratic National Committee, North Dakota Gov, NBC, Trump’s Locations: Chesapeake , Virginia, Virginia, Manhattan, Milwaukee
Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a transcribed conversation with Diana Welsch about training to be a car mechanic instead of going to grad school. I went to trade school instead of grad schoolI decided to go to trade school in 2014. AdvertisementI got a dream job at TeslaAt my trade school fair, I saw that Tesla was hiring trainees. I left Tesla later that yearI'd wanted to stay at Tesla my whole life — it was the most fun job ever. I wish I had gone to trade school after high school instead of college.
Persons: , Diana Welsch, I've, Tesla, I'd, Elon Musk, Uncle Elon, Elon, they'd Organizations: Service, Business, Universal Technical Institute, Sun Devil, Tesla, Bluetooth, LA, Management Locations: Arizona, Phoenix, Los Angeles, North Dakota
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailTrump's message is resonating around the country, says North Dakota Gov. Doug BurgumNorth Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, who is also a Trump Campaign surrogate, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss the first presidential debate, how both Biden and Trump performed, and more.
Persons: Doug Burgum, Trump Organizations: North Dakota Gov, Doug Burgum North Dakota Gov, Trump, Biden
Former President Donald J. Trump’s process of choosing a running mate has entered its final stages in a frenzied and increasingly theatrical fashion as he privately narrows his focus to a set of top contenders. Behind closed doors, Mr. Trump has been primarily interested in Senator J.D. Doug Burgum of North Dakota and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, according to three people who have spoken to the former president in recent days and insisted on anonymity to discuss private conversations. But Mr. Trump has befuddled some friends and advisers by continuing to solicit opinions on other contenders, including Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon and former housing secretary during his administration, and Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina. Meanwhile, a series of cryptic and suggestive messages from Mr. Trump’s campaign that the announcement could come as soon as this week has ignited 72 hours of unbridled conjecture, confusing political observers and Republican allies.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, J.D, Vance of, Doug Burgum, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Tim Scott of Organizations: Gov, Republican Locations: Vance of Ohio, North Dakota, Marco Rubio of Florida, Tim Scott of South Carolina
A Debate Cheat Sheet for Business
  + stars: | 2024-06-27 | by ( Andrew Ross Sorkin | Ravi Mattu | Bernhard Warner | )   time to read: +3 min
Talking pointsAll eyes will be on CNN at 9 p.m. Eastern, when President Biden and Donald Trump face off in their first debate since 2020. Among the keenest watchers will be executives and investors looking for signs about how the candidates might handle the economy and business in a second term. There will be plenty to scrutinize in the 90-minute, audience-free debate, including what the candidates say and how they say it. What will Biden and Trump say about some of the key issues? In Thursday night’s debate, “markets probably care more about presentation than policy pledges,” Paul Donovan, an economist at UBS, wrote in a client note.
Persons: Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, ” David Bahnsen, DealBook, ” Paul Donovan, Elon Musk, There’s, J.D, Vance of, Doug Burgum, Marco Rubio Organizations: CNN, Bahnsen, UBS, Biden, Trump, Times, Gov Locations: Atlanta, Vance of Ohio, North Dakota, Marco Rubio of Florida
candidate who would make a genuine difference for Trump in the campaign and in the November election vote? What matters most about Trump’s choice? First, as Democrats like to point out when questions of Joe Biden’s age come up, Trump is also pretty damn old. So the possibility that his vice president would succeed Trump in the middle of his term is not implausible. Ross Douthat: It’s not just that Trump is old, it’s also that — fears of his permanent power notwithstanding — he’s term-limited, which means that his V.P.
Persons: Patrick Healy, Ross Douthat, David French, Michelle Goldberg, Bret Stephens, Donald Trump’s, Trump, Biden’s, Donald Trump, Bret, Joe Biden’s, Doug Burgum, Marco Rubio, It’s, it’s, Mike Pence’s, there’s Organizations: Trump Locations: MAGA, Florida
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