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The democratic presidential candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren could Biden is on a collision course with the frontrunner-Joe; Peter Doocy reports.

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On the service plan: 2020 Dems switching of the focus of Biden, Warren – Time-Out: Happy labor day weekend – DNC to recommend scrapping the virtual caucus plans – Rep. Doug Collins eyes Isakson Senate seat – Duck Tape would also work

Politico: “The Elizabeth Warren’s honeymoon may come to an end. Warren is weak, fundraising, and Native American dispute out of the gate gave her the appearance of a second-rate candidates, and their rivals, treated them as such, they also recovered from those early errors. But with the Massachusetts senator, now drawing huge crowds are surging in the national polls, competing campaigns from the realignment of the Warren, looking for you to stump your dynamics. Democrats are already opening up new lines of attack: calling her a celebrated political proposals are ‘fraud’, say is challenging you, how you would pay for a massive health care plan, where a lack of diversity in their followers and to store memories of Warren is a long period of time as a Republican. …Warren, the cross-country trails only Joe Biden , in many surveys, has a rougher route in front of her. “It is inevitable: What goes up, must come down. It is the law of political physics,’ Dick Harpootlian, a Biden’s top South Carolina, organizers said Warren’s turn in the hot seat.”

Biden and Warren will finally share a debate stage – Politically: “As two of the top-polling candidates, they stand together in the middle of the debate stage in Houston — a situation in which they evaded in the first two debates, if you were randomized into different nights. The showdown has been a long time coming. For years, Warren has seen Biden as a symbol for the democratic party that is cozy with big corporations, according to interviews with several long-standing allies. During the battle for the bankruptcy bill, Warren was not shy about attacking Biden by name. … In spite of their history, Biden-campaign expectations for a possible plays down clash with Warren. “As Joe Biden said it himself, he has deep respect for Elizabeth Warren,’ Andrew Bates, a Biden campaign spokesman, said in a statement to POLITICO. Warren’s campaign declined to comment.”

And the stage is at… ABC News: “The 10 candidates … appears on the stage in the following order, from left to right: Minnesota sen Amy Klobuchar; New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker; South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg; Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders, and Former Vice-President, Joe Biden; Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren; California Sen. Kamala Harris; entrepreneur Andrew Yang, Former Texas Rep. Beto O’rourke; Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro. … The podium to … was determined by the polling averages, based on the last 10 votes, certified for the qualification of the DNC with the highest polling candidates in the vicinity of the center.”

Biden defended the faulty history of war – AP: “democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday defended his inaccurate description of the history of military heroism and his interactions with the members of the service performed. The ‘essence’ of his memory is correct, the former Vice President told a South Carolina newspaper Thursday, according to a Washington Post story that explains how an emotional anecdote Biden said recently, during the election campaign in New Hampshire contain inaccuracies. Biden says, appeared to merge several events, the… In his latest narrative of a story, which he varied over a number of years, according to the Post, Biden got the most of the information wrong: “Biden and his aides counter that the anecdote is the essential point— that, as Vice President, he officially recognized the bravery of a heart-broken soldier who did not want the recognition by his colleagues of sound ultimately lost his life— is true.”

He believes that the strength in S. C. to keep him in front of – [Charleston, S. C.] Post and courier services: “Biden and the leadership in South Carolina has consistently left behind its support in other early States and national polls, raising the prospect that the state could be considered something of a firewall for his campaign, if he starts to slip elsewhere. In an interview with The Post, courier and after a town hall Thursday in Rock Hill, Biden paid tribute to the influence of a backflow in the other early States could have on his chances of winning the democratic nomination. ‘Iowa can change the dynamics of a race for anyone and everyone,’ said Biden. … But he argued that his large campaign operation, dozens of celebrity endorsements and decades of relationships in South Carolina could maintain its pioneering role in the Palmetto state, regardless of what happens elsewhere.”

Beto is in a rage – LAT: “Beto O’rourke was angry, Stand with your back to the wall. He compared President Trump to a dictator and the country of Germany, in the days before his dark descent into Nazism. … O’rourke, the President’s choice joined with an exuberant burst, but he is lost in the Sands, as His fundraising was uninspired mediocre debate performances, polls cringingly low. After a pause, the mass following the shooting in his hometown of El Paso, the former Texas Congressman is now trying to relaunch his campaign with a focus on gun violence, the rights of immigrants and the dangerous toxicity, he says, that seeps from the White house. It is his last battle.”

Castro missed the moment? – Political: “This should Julián Castro moment. … Also Latinos … has been slow to respond to the anti-Castro message. … If Castro had any kind of moment in this election campaign, of the kind that the candidates are trying to create constantly, it was in the first debate in July, when he should be on the left, Beto O’rourke sputtering about the immigration policy… The reviews of the Castro were good and he earned a second look from voters and a polling bump. But she did not. For whatever reason, the path-break-Latino candidate with a simple command of the intricacies of the immigration policy, to improve his numbers, especially after its call for the decriminalization of border crossing has been copied by much of the rest of the field. The incident echoed, in some respects, his near-miss with the Clinton campaign in 2016.”

“It will be found to be, in fact, on an honest assessment of our situation, that some of the hardships under which we labor have been erroneously charged on the operation of our governments…” – James Madison, Federalist No. 10

History: “labor Day, an annual celebration of workers and their achievements, originated in an American laboratory history düsterstes Chapter. In the late 1800s, at the height of the Industrial Revolution in the United States, the average American 12-hour days and seven-day weeks, worked to eke out a living basic. Despite restrictions in some States, children as young as 5 or 6 toiled in mills, factories and mines across the country… Since the production agriculture have been increasingly replaced as the source of American employment, the trade unions, which had first appeared in the late 18th century, grew more prominent and vocal. She started to protest, organize strikes and rallies to the poor conditions and compel employers to renegotiate hours and pay. … On 5. In September 1882, 10,000 employees took unpaid time off to March from City Hall to Union Square in New York City, holding the first labor Day parade in U.S. history.”

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Average Approval:
41.4 Percent
The average of the rejection: 54.4 percent
Net Rating: -13 Percent
Change from a week ago: 0.2 points
[Average, includes: Quinnipiac University: 38% approve, reject – 56%; USA Today/Suffolk University: 44% approve – 54% lean; Monmouth University: 41% approve, reject – 53%; CNN: 41% approve – 54% lean; NBC News/WSJ: 43% approve, reject 55%.]

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AP: “The Democratic National Committee scrapping recommend to provide state plans, virtual, telephone group meetings in the year 2020 due to safety concerns, sources tell The Associated Press. The final decision on whether virtual group meetings in Iowa and Nevada is up to the party’s powerful rules and bylaws Committee. But opposition from the DNC, the managing Director and employees-leadership makes it highly unlikely that the Committee would hold the virtual of the Caucasus, leaving two key early voting States of America and the national party a short time, to fashion an alternative, before the February Caucuses. The state parties had planned to allow some voters to cast group votes over the telephone in February 2020 instead of showing up in the traditional caucus-meetings. Iowa and Nevada open created the virtual option to a meeting with a DNC mandate, the States of Caucasus, to more people, but two sources say, with the knowledge of the party leaders’ discussions, there are concerns, to hack the technology for the virtual Caucasus could.”

Politico: “Georgia Rep. Doug Collins said Thursday he would be open to takeover, Sen. Johnny Isakson‘s seat, after the 74-year-old Republican announced that he will resign at the end of the year, in the midst of health problems. “You know, to take account of that, I am humiliated by people, when you consider that,’ Collins, a Republican, told Fox News, adding that the filling Isakson Senate seat ” is something that I would look like.’ It was unclear whether Collins, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, referred to a possible appointment by Gov. Brian Kemp to serve, the Rest of the Isakson third term, or in allusion to a future campaign for the Senate. Kemp, also a Republican, said on Wednesday he will be called ‘the right time’, a replacement for Isakson, until 2020 a special election. The winner of this race will then run for a full term of six years, in the year 2022.”

Former rep Darrell Issa keeps running for the Rep. Duncan Hunter’s seat appeal: “Former California rep Darrell Issa, likely to launch an exploratory Committee on Thursday in a challenge to the embattled Republic of Duncan Hunter, a” still-not-introduced-website. “I have officially reads an exploratory Committee for the 50 constituency in California,” the site. “I get a tremendous wave of encouragement from supporters in the district and around the state and across the Nation.’ Under “themes”, the website course is “a holder for the 1. Themes title and a placeholder for the 2. Topic title’ with the dummy text below it. … Issa, a Republican, moved in the year 2018 from the race for his competitive 49th District seat after nine terms in office. Democrat Mike Levin put the seat in the General election. Hunter the neighboring 50th district, more favorable territory for a Republican. Within elections with Nathan L. Gonzales rating of the race to Lean Republican. Issa would several other Republicans already in the race.”

President Trump cancels trip to Poland, so he can monitor hurricane Dorian – Fox News

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey apologizes for racist Satire in the college to 1967-audio-emerges – WaPo

Team trump looks to expand, to pay overtime – WSJ

Survey finds the majority of voters view climate change as an emergency – Quinnipiac University

“I’ve already been there.” – South Carolina, Republican Mark Sanford‘s answer to the question of the AP of how he would feel if he was ostracized from the party for challenging trump. Sanford shrugged her shoulders and giggled softly, during the reaction.

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