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GOP TO RELEASE THE SPENDING BILL BEFORE FRIDAY’S SHUTDOWN
USA Today: “After two shutdowns and five stop-gap spending bills, house Republican leaders are expected to have the release of the 1.3 trillion expenditure Dollar bill in the coming days that would Fund the government through Sept. 30, the end of the fiscal year. The bill passed, by both the house and the Senate and signed by President Trump before Saturday, or there are other partial shutdown ” of the Federal authorities. Democrats and Republicans agreed on top-line expenditure in February, when they approved a sweeping budget-to keep supply and a short-term financing of the measure, the government, which is open until midnight. March 23. But the legislature could still quibble trapped on a gaggle of specific provisions in the $1.3 trillion spending bill. The flashpoints included everything from funding for a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border, the President Trump to want to de-funding of planned Parenthood, which house conservatives. Democrats have said they want a “clean” spending bill, not by such a controversial add-ons. House Republican conference-Monday evening to discuss the massive spending bill before the text in public.”

Trump supported the proposals for Federal subsidies for insurers – AP: “President Donald Trump said that two Republican senators that he supports the adding of proposals to a large spending bill that would billion in Federal subsidies to insurers to help curb the health premium increases. Two congressional sources said Trump offered support in a Saturday call with GOP Sens. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, Maine , Susan Collins. Alexander and Collins will fall under the Republicans that want to restore Federal payments to insurers that Trump stopped load, to reimburse you for the reduction in the out-of-pocket costs for lower-income customers. It would also help a $30 billion, three-year program to support to cover their sickest, most expensive customers. Both proposals are in danger. Democrats against GOP language prohibiting the funds from the financing of abortions. To discuss the sources, who spoke only on condition of anonymity because they are entitled, the call to the public.”

And offers on dreamer, boundary wall appeared to Politico: “The White house and the Democrats in Congress acted on immigration, offering, in vain, over the weekend, according to three sources familiar with the talks little chance of an immediate offer to protect dreamer. To count the White house on Sunday from an 11-hour push, the billions of dollars in border-wall-financing in a huge congressional spending bill, due this week, but it clashed with the Democrats in the Congress to go as far in the protection of young immigrants deported, the sources said. White house officials asked to approve the Democrats ‘ $25 billion for President Donald Trump border wall in exchange for the extension of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program up to the autumn of the year 2020, said sources. That would Trump its full-wall application in the must-pass spending bill and still give him influence on the DACA program on the way to his 2020 re-election campaign.”

THE RULES: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
“To find out the true character of the government, it can be considered in relation to the Foundation on which they are established; to the sources from which its ordinary powers, in order to be drawn; to the operation of those forces to the extent of them; and the authority by which future changes in the government are to be introduced.” – James Madison, Federalist No. 39

TIME-OUT: FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME
The Atlantic: “There is a lot to lose in sports. Only one team can win, miss a time, and only a champion of the season without tears. But that does not stop, the Americans spend nearly $56 billion a year on sports events, while it costs many more billions on jerseys, cable packages, buffalo wings—not to mention the significant emotional. … Fandom is worth it? At first glance, the evidence is not encouraging. After a loss, the fans probably more than usual to eat unhealthy food, as unproductive at work, and in the case of the Super Bowl die of diseases of the heart. … Still a considerable amount of research shows that to be a fan, can also have positive effects. It can depression and alienation repel, and build a sense of belonging and self-esteem… Much of this is due to the social ties among the fans, but not all of the sports-worship life also provides individual fans with a series of strategies for the Navigation to work emotional challenges.”

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INDICATOR
Trump job performance
Average Approval:
41 Percent
The average of the rejection: 54.8 percent
Net Rating:
-13.8 Points
The exchange of one week: 1 point
[Average includes: NBC News/WSJ: 43% approve – 53% reject; Gallup: 40% approve – 56% lean; Pew Research Center: 42% approve – 53% reject; CBS News: 38% approve – 57% lean; George Washington University: 42% approve – 55% disapprove.]

Control of the house
Republican Average: 38.2 Percent
Democratic Average: 48.8 Percent
Advantage: Democrats plus 10.6 points
Change from a week ago: democratic advantage by 0.8 points
[Average includes: NBC News/WSJ: 50% Dems and 40% GOP; George Washington University: 49% Dems and 40% GOP; Quinnipiac University: 48% Dems 38% GOP; the Monmouth University: 50% Dems 41% GOP; USA Today/Suffolk: 47% Dems 32% GOP.]

THE LEGISLATOR MCCABE PROVIDE JOBS, TO SECURE HIS PENSION
Fox News: “A growing number of Democratic lawmakers is offering temporary jobs to displaced FBI agent Andrew McCabe in an attempt to help him secure a full state pension, according to Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired him just two days shy of his retirement. It is not clear whether the Democratic offers, also, could be, or accepted work, the McCabe. Asked by Fox News about the possibility of a source close to McCabe would only say that the former FBI Deputy Director is ” a look at all the options.’ … McCabe was fired, just days before he would have been entitled to a pension for life, the importance of these benefits could now be in danger-something that Democrats are trying to prevent. Sessions said the DOJ inspector General determines McCabe recommended was honest in his assessment of the Clinton-E-Mail investigation and the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility his fire. Since then, at least four Democratic legislators are publicly offered jobs in their congressional offices.”

Trump goes to the Müller AP: “President Donald Trump on Sunday took his frustrations about the intensification of the Russia investigation of lashing out at special counsel Robert Muller, signaled a possible departure from a strategy of cooperation with a probe, which he believes is biased against him. In a series of weekend tweets naming of Müller for the first time, Trump the investigation criticized in the Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections and raised fresh concerns about the objectivity and the political leanings of the members of the Müller team. Trump also questioned the honesty of Andrew McCabe, the newly triggered, the Deputy FBI Director, James Comey, the Bureau’s former Director, whom Trump fired in the last year, the Russia probe. The President of the aggressive attitude, the a call, followed on Saturday by his personal attorney , Rod Rosenstein, the trump appointed as a Deputy attorney general and who now directs Müller the question on ‘finish’ to the investigation.”

But Trump’s attorney said Miller was not fired – Fox-News: “A lawyer for President, Trump said Sunday night that the President “not to take into account or discuss’ dismissal of special counsel Robert Mueller, after Trump fired off a series of tweets criticizing the investigation of Russian actions during the 2016 presidential elections. ‘In response to media speculation and questions asked, the administration, the White house has once again confirmed that the President is not a consideration, or the discussion about the dismissal of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller,” read the statement by Ty Cobb. Cobb’s comments came a day after Trump’s personal attorney , John Dowd, called Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on ‘finish’ to the Müller-examination.”

TRUMP ADVERTISES OPIOID PLAN IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Reuters: “President Donald Trump in respect of the US opioid epidemic, called again on Monday for the execution of drug dealers, a proposal that has so far gained little support in Congress, amid criticism from some drug abuse, and criminal justice experts. At an event in Manchester, New Hampshire, Trump is an anti-opioid-revealed-abuse plan, including its death penalty recommendation and stricter sentencing laws for drug dealers. For Trump, the visit to New Hampshire in a state that gave him a key Republican primary election to win if he was a political newcomer in the year 2016. At the time, he promised, against the opioid crisis is particularly the state in the New England. Since then, he has only modest steps. He stated that the opioid crisis is a public health emergency in October, but without the provision of more money in the fight against the epidemic. Some critics, including democratic lawmakers, said that the Declaration was meaningless, without additional funds.”

DCCC BREAKS FEBRUARY FUNDRAISING RECORD
Appeal: “The democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised almost $10.6 million in February. The are the most the Committee has ever raised, during the second month of the year, according to first call. The DCCC raised $3.38 million from online donations in February, with an average online gift of $18. So far in this cycle, the group has raised more than $50 million online, which includes more than 300,000 first-time online donors, and a total amount of $125 million this cycle. It ended in February with $49 million in the bank. “It was clear throughout the cycle, at the base are encouraged and unified around the goal, back to the house,’ DCCC Chairman Ben Ray Luján said in a statement. “The DCCC’s historic fundraising combined with incredible candidate fundraising will ensure that the Democratic candidates have to identify the resources, their powerful stories and connect with the voters,” he added.”

Senate GOP to use the Trump as the most important political strategy – a Political one: “But Senate Republicans are still making a catchy, all-in bet that a President Donald Trump will save them their 51-49 majority — and maybe even help you to pick up a few seats. Also, as fears grow inside the GOP, the trump card will cost Republicans the house, Senate Republicans say the President will play a major role in the closely-contested campaigns, to decide control of the chamber. Trump will be front-and-center in every state, helped to elect the President, according to GOP senators and strategists, so that, in the case that the Democrats are obstructing his agenda. ‘If you are in a race in a state like Missouri or North Dakota or in one of those States — he is very engaged,” said sen. Cory Gardner from Colorado, the Chairman of the GOP campaign arm, who speaks with Trump on political strategy on a regular basis.”

Dems begin to get your 2020 team is ready – Politically: “the setting of The stage for the year 2020 in the shade of a primary is in progress. At least a dozen possible Democratic presidential candidates have begun to build their team by adding a helper with campaign experience to their Senate-bars, personal offices or 2018 lists the re-election payroll. The employees are never advertised explicitly or be designed, for example to 2020. But the behind-the-scenes shuffle is a long-overdue step in the traditional precampaign scramble. Potential candidates before running as Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice-President , Joe Biden , especially your core team. However, in many other cases, chiefs of staff and senior strategists are now actively on the lookout for new talent, after receiving clear instructions from their bosses…”

PLAY-BY-PLAY
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AUDIBLE: A REAL COMPARISON

“He dresses like a bum, but he is an elitist.” – Anthony Scaramucci talk about Steve Bannon in the most recent episode of Decode Recode, a podcast hosted by Kara Swisher.

[Ed. Note: Chris Stirewalt way – we think he is torn up in his attic, hiding from his publisher, and try the book to end, which he loves, but that can try to kill him. He will come back, o Lord, and of the Louisiana historical Society (Historical society on November 21. In lieu of flowers, please send coffee and bacon.]

D ‘ OH!
UPI: “A driver in England, presented a fake driver’s license with a character form The Simpsons on a traffic stop, according to police. The Thames Valley Police shared a photo of the driver’s license with the name ‘Homer Simpson‘along with a picture of the Comic Patriarch delivers his legendary catch-phrase” D’oh.’ … Twitter users pointed to the unknown male driver made several errors in the production of the spoof license, print the wrong address and date of birth for the well-known cartoon character. ‘Everyone knows that Homer Simpson lives in 742 Evergreen Terrace! Amateur…’ a user wrote. Police were not amused by the man in the stunt, and he saw a further charge after the officer learned he had no insurance.”

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