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Biden, the dispenser looks, as he prepares to race

in the vicinityVideoJoe Biden almost announces 2020 presidential run

Kristin Tate, The hill contributor, and author of ” How can I control Three,’ and democratic strategist Mark Levine, taking part in the debate.

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On the roster: Biden the donor sees, as the race prepares to enter – I’ll Tell you What: Beto, Biden, and Bonsai! – Beto says he could be the moment to win Texas in the General, The senator pre – made agenda for the next POTUS is preparing A real “dilly, dilly’

BIDEN, THE DISPENSER LOOKS, AS HE PREPARES TO RACE
Fox News: “Ex-Vice President Joe Biden told a group of supporters on Tuesday that he plans to run for President in the year 2020 and in need of help, ensuring the contributions of donors, according to a report. Biden, a high rank in the polls among Democratic favorites, said he wanted to have enough money to donate, were comparable with what Rep. Beto O’rourke, D-Texas, and sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., grew up shortly after the announcement of their candidacy, a source with knowledge of the matter told the Wall Street Journal. … Biden told his supporters on Tuesday, his candidacy would be judged on how quickly it could collect donations, the Wall Street Journal reported. But despite the signs that Biden in preparation for the presidential candidacy, he has yet to make a formal announcement. Biden apparently slipped during a speech in Delaware on Saturday, telling the audience: “I have the most progressive record of anyone running for the — who would run it.'”

He continues to lead the pack in the polls – Fox News: “Ex-Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders leads the large field of Democratic presidential contenders in a new national survey. But Sen. Kamala Harris of California, and former Rep. Beto O’rourke of Texas are also distancing themselves from the Rest of the pack in the poll released Tuesday by CNN. Twenty-eight percent of Democrats and democratic leaning independent voters said they would most likely Biden for the party’s 2020 presidential nomination support … Harris, the former California attorney general, enjoyed the biggest bump in the survey. They jumped eight percentage points from CNN’s December poll, now stand at 12 percent. Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, was on the fifth place, at 6 percent, with former Secretary of State, John Kerry at 4 percent. Sens. Cory Booker from New Jersey and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota was 3 percent.”

The leaders of the world, have also Biden love – Politically: “If Joe Biden attended the annual Munich security conference last month, the wonky foreign policy confab promised an escape from the nonstop speculation back home about the former Vice President’s political plans. Instead, 2020 intentions Biden, the talk of the conference. If Armenian President Armen Sarkissian ran into him, a hallway, a TV camera captured him questions, Biden: “Are you there?’ (Biden, whispered an inaudible response.) And in several conversations with European leaders in Munich, Biden repeatedly heard, after a conference participants familiar with the talks: The world needs you. Quoted Biden, long the foreign policy track record and long-standing commitment to the trans-Atlantic alliance, some of the leader — echo-views from across the continent, Biden said that his return to the White house would be a safe way for the restoration of the Western alliances, the President , Donald Trump has dramatically broken.”

McAuliffe does not make a decision, by 2020, Biden – WaPo: “When [Terry McAuliffe] was leaving his office in January, 2018, McAuliffe appeared to be well positioned for a White house run as a social liberal, business-friendly Democrat in an important swing state. But 14 months later, it is unclear whether there is room for McAuliffe, 62, seems to be in a party that is pulling to the left. … To make matters worse McAuliffe discussions — its self-imposed 31. March deadline for a decision looming — Biden is a former Vice-President, Joe. A friend of 40 years, Biden occupy the same center-left establishment lane. If it is Biden, McAuliffe would more than likely, will tell some friends. “The only time you ever see the words “respect” and “Terry McAuliffe’ in the same sentence [in regards to] Joe Biden,” said a staff member, the other languages under the condition of anonymity to be open about McAuliffe private deliberations.”

THE RULES: THERE MUST BE CONSEQUENCES FOR THE ACTIONS
“If there is no penalty annexed to disobedience, the resolutions or commands which pretend to be law, in fact, to nothing more than advice or recommendation.” – Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 15

TIME-OUT: NEW FOSSIL ALERT
NatGeo: “About 115 million years ago in what is North-West of China is now, a female bird was on the verge of motherhood. But somehow, your life on an old lake a trauma took the tables turn, cause a complication of the pregnancy, the killed, the form of the egg in your heart and can even your death. Entombed is always there, but the mother bird is now a palaeontology milestone: Named Avimaia schweitzerae, the newly described species is the first fossil bird is known to science, contains an unlaid egg. … Described this week in Nature Communications, the egg could shed light on the reproductive disorders in old birds And if the pigments obtained, the fossil could show more about how old the birds nested. The previous research has shown that paints and stains on dinosaur egg shells can according to the dinosaur-the nesting, such as, for example, whether the species buries its eggs or broods. This pattern is for the only dinosaur still alive today: birds.”

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INDICATOR
Trump job performance
Average Approval:
41 Percent
The average of the rejection: 53.6 percent
Net Score: -12.6 Points
Change from a week ago: up to 1.8 points
[Average, includes: CNN: 43% approve – 51% oppose; Gallup: 39% approve – 57% lean; Monmouth University: 44% approve, reject – 52%; Quinnipiac University: 38% approve, reject – 55%; IBD: 41% approve – 53% disapprove.]

I’LL TELL YOU WHAT: BETO, BIDEN, AND BONSAI!
This week, Dana Perino and Chris Stirewalt hash out who represents the top tier of the Democratic nomination process, and Dana reveals where to find the secret of cherry blossoms and bonsai trees in DC Plus, Chris goes through the compilation and Dana fires from some of the little things. LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE HERE

BETO SAYS HE COULD WIN TEXAS IN THE GENERAL
Fox News: “Beto O’rourke says that if he wins the 2020 democratic presidential nomination, he is going to his home state of Texas in the General election. The former Congressman from El Paso also said he would ‘absolutely’ support of his campaign staff, if you wanted to organize a trade Union. He would also consider lowering the federal voting age to 16, the abolition of the Electoral College, increasing the number of judges of the Supreme court, and the elimination of the filibuster in the Senate. Speaking with reporters after holding his first event in New Hampshire as a presidential candidate, O’rourke said, ‘Yes, I think we can win Texas. I think we have proven we know how to campaign.’ … Winning Texas and its 38 electoral votes would be a major coup for the Democrats. The last Democrat to take the state in the presidential election was Jimmy Carter in 1976. Republican presidential Donald Trump won Texas in 2016, but with a smaller margin than GOP candidate Mitt Romney in 2012.”

Gillibrand admits mistake in dealing with sexual misconduct claim – AP: “New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand acknowledged Tuesday that there are some “post-investigation of human error”, if your Senate office investigated allegations of sexual misconduct against several employees. Gillibrand, campaigning in Iowa for the 2020 democratic presidential nomination, also confirmed that her deputy chief of staff, Anne Bradley, was to resign, but said only that ” the decision was your own.’ Bradley ‘ s handling of sexual harassment claims, which came from a staff member of against Gillibrand’s male aides under fire after Politico reported the aide-de-camp remained, in spite of the accusation. … “We decided that, because some of the post-investigation of human error in future investigations should be undertaken by our new chief of staff, who actually has experience in this area,’ Gillibrand said, a reference to Joi Chaney, of the senator’s staff in January, and previously served on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, during the Obama administration.”

2020 hopeful Delaney says electoral Committee to speak to be a waste of time – Fox News: “democratic presidential candidate John Delaney thinks it is a waste of time for the candidates to talk about the Electoral College. “I would not like to get rid of the Electoral College, because I believe that this is the right way-but it is not going to change. I think that part is a total waste of time to talk about, “the one-time Maryland representative said,” The story with Martha MacCallum.’ “I’d rather you talk about the improvement of the public education, better health care, reduction in drug prices, investments in the infrastructure. To do things that matter to the American people.’ … Delaney also addressed the issue of age and the question of whether the other candidates like sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., 77, and the former Vice-President Joseph Biden, 76, too old to run, to react, to a column in The Washington Post asked if the two veteran politicians had waited too long to pursue the high office.”

2020 Dems give the green light for their own campaigns to Union organizing – Fox News: “democratic 2020 presidential hopefuls are quickly warming to the idea that their own campaign workers to organize… It is an idea you caught that on a broad Democratic field, seemingly ready to entertain a number of proposals were non-starters in the past cycles. … While [Bernie] Sanders was the first candidate to actually advance to go with a trade Union, the former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro announced in January that the costs for all the campaign workers, including interns, $15 an hour or more. … Meanwhile, on Tuesday evening, former Rep. Beto O’rourke, D-Texas — who said the race last week-that if volunteers want to organize a Union, he would “support you all the way’, as he has a Laundry list of promises to potential campaign staff.”

Give this to read: “A political awakening: How the Howard University marked Kamala Harris’ identity’ – LAT: “It was at Howard that the senator’s political identity began to take shape. Thirty-three years after its completion in 1986, the University is in the nation’s capital, one of the most prominent historically black institutions, also as a touchstone in a campaign in which political opponents have questioned the authenticity of their black identity. “I often refer to my days at Howard, to understand people, you should not make assumptions about black people,” Harris said in a recent interview.”

THE SENATOR PRE-BUILT AGENDA IS PREPARING FOR THE NEXT POTUS
Politico: “Brian Schatz is not a well-known name. But he is already positioning itself as an influential figure in the 2020 presidential race — someone who the party around a common agenda, even if the primary is necessarily ugly. Honey, the senior senator from Hawaii, says he is eager to help Democrats avoid that “very, very stupid, unproductive, toxic debate” in 2016, when the voters were seemingly forced to choose between Bernie Sanders ” bold-but-vague proposals, and Hillary Clinton‘s detailed-but-modest legislative provisions. To do So, he is already a candidate prior to consulting with many of his Democratic colleagues for the President, often serves as an informal sounding Board for your great ideas. Schatz has also penned his own series of proposals on health, climate change and economic inequality — Democrats with a ready-made agenda should the power in the year 2020. And honey, the plans are gaining traction with Senate Democrats, the White house is pursuing.”

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Senators rally around McCain’s legacy after fresh flood of trump-attacks – Fox News

DCCC raises Political record of $ 11.6 billion in February –

Gov. Larry Hogan pitches, Maryland, for Amazon, the second – Central – WaPo

Andrew Gillum will start in a Florida-based voter-registration group, prior to the election in 2020 – Politically

AUDIBLE: EYE ON THE PRIZE
“You’re wasting your time, unless the evidence is so conclusive, that the Republicans understand. Otherwise, it is a gift to the President. We take our eye off the ball.” Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., their removal from office defends position, despite criticism from members of their party.

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A REAL “DILLY, DILLY’ MOMENT
KLKN-TV: “On Sunday, Kyle Simpson and his friend, Gayland Stouffer, were surveying flood damage on the property [in the vicinity of Linwood (Nebraska], where the Simpson runs a duck-hunting club. … As they were getting ready to leave, Stouffer noticed something laying on the muddy field. Simpson thought it was a black box. Stouffer said different – it was actually a mini-fridge full of beer. … [I]t was fully stocked with Busch Light and Bud Light on three cases of value, according to Simpson. … Simpson texted the pictures to a friend posted in a Facebook group. … But the social media post has laughs more than garner – it was Simpson in contact with the refrigerator owners. After talking with the owner, Simpson said he had included the refrigerator in a fire at the family cottage in 2007. … [Simpson] arrangements to re-unite the fridge to its rightful owner, but says it will be a little easier than it was when you found him.”

AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES…
“But there is a deeper reason for the rush to ban Confederate symbols, to move them from the public space of the Museum. The trigger in the massacre [at Emanuel AME Church] was not itself, but even more significantly, the stunning display of the nobility and the spiritual generosity of the families of the victims. … Such grace requires a response.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) write for the Washington Post on November 25. June 2015.

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