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TIME FOR A RE-PETE?
What’s so great about fourth place?
If you are in South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg, quite a lot actually.
Readers no doubt have, observed Elizabeth Warren‘s steady wins against top rider Joe Biden in the past few weeks. It is now only 2.4 points behind Biden in our Democratic 2020 Power Ranking. As Biden continues to fight for improved control on his family to make money facilitated by Biden, the proximity to power, we expect his difficulties.
While the Democrats are not publicly agree with President trump, the facts of the Trump likely to charge to reinforce Biden strongest negative: he has been too long and too much of a swamp monster.
We know Biden Fans prepare to support the millions of to spend, the former Delaware senator in his third presidential quest, but it is hard to imagine that Biden could remain long on the second place.
Not to keep if electability is your cri de coeur, it is difficult for the voters, if they do not look so electable.
This is good news for Warren, no doubt. But you had better be afraid, that there are good news coming soon. As Biden is currently experiencing is not the top tab is all the Aviator sunglasses and waffle cone.
Warren has long enjoyed kid-glove treatment from the press, with relatively little control over, you have a very ambitious policy proposals It also has, in the meantime, a couple of mulligans on the biographical boo-boos. This will not be the last time she gets in front. The steady diet of opposition research to fill the reporters ‘ inboxes will see.
So you throw your eyes at the bottom of the list. You can skip over the arms of Bernie Sanders , who is fighting not only with his own health problems, but with the tragic loss of his daughter-in-law. The Vermont senator says he will back his campaign, and is already 10 points behind Warren and fall.
Buttigieg, though, was climbing. Maybe is the recipient of the unraveling of California, Sr., Kamala Harris‘ misbegotten campaign or maybe some of Biden skeptics defecting, Buttigieg is a man in motion.
Surely Sens. Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar hope that you would see their boats lifted by the melting of Biden the iceberg, but Buttigieg is the best case to make.
His fundraising haul in the third quarter, says that he has the resources to go the distance, and his moderate-sounding appeal to the voters, good for him to pick-up the business-friendly democratic donors who have a fear of either a Warren defeat or victory would position.
Whether Buttigieg can benefit you to depend on the possibility of his ability to walk toe-to-toe with Warren. In the first Buttigieg cry, he was not able to translate, interest in hardware support. In a second go-around, he would have to play forever.
SANDERS BACK CAMPAIGN TO HEART SURGERY
WaPo: “[Bernie Sanders] went to a cardiologist Tuesday morning, and when he came back, he told reporters, ” We’re gonna change the nature of the campaign a bit.’ ‘Not likely to do four rallies of the day,” said Sanders, who had plan adopted an angry campaign, as many of his much younger opponent. Sanders, has committed to the release of his medical records, before the first primary votes, has but is not done yet, said on Tuesday that he would provide information in the appropriate time.” The former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) fellow septuagenarians, the Sanders at the top of most polls — have also committed to the sharing of their medical records.”
Daughter-in-law, 46, killed by a rare cancer – USA Today: The daughter-in-law of democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders died shortly after he was diagnosed with cancer. Rainè Riggs was 46. The Lee & Martin funeral home in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, says Riggs died on Saturday, the day, and Sanders returned to Vermont, after suffering a heart attack. Her obituary said she was diagnosed with neuro-endocrine cancer. Riggs, a neuro-psychologist, married to Levi Sanders, who ran unsuccessfully for a New Hampshire congressional seat in 2018. Riggs’ obituary says, she met Levi Sanders , while the other two worked on emergency food, shelter, Vermont. In an obituary Riggs said, was the Director of behavioral medicine at the Dartmouth Medical School for several years, and she started the Palliative Care Department at the Dartmouth Medical Center. They also owned Riggs geriatric psychology in Windsor, Vermont. Riggs and Sanders had three children.”
Dianne Feinstein supports Biden, reported Philippe mathonnet Harris – Fox News: “sen Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., announced Tuesday they advocate, former Vice-President, Joe Biden, in the year 2020 Democratic presidential primary — the election of your former long-time Senate colleague on Kamala Harris, her fellow California democratic senator. Feinstein’s endorsement, the first major democratic confirmation of a Supreme legislature this campaign season, comes as Biden was losing ground in the polls in the Wake of the impeachment inquiry in President Trump and a number of high-profile slip-up, while on the stump. But the longtime California senator praised the former Vice President for his long tenure in Washington and his work on weapons possession. “I have closely with Vice-President Biden and I have seen first-Hand, its lawmakers said skills, its state of the art, and, above all, his moral steadfastness,’ Feinstein said in a statement.”
THE RULES: SUFFICIENT RESOURCES
“I think it can be considered as a position justified by the history of mankind that she finds IN THE USUAL progress OF THINGS the NECESSITIES of THE NATION, IN EVERY STAGE of ITS EXISTENCE, at LEAST in the amount of ITS RESOURCES.” – Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 30
TIME OUT: ‘YESTERDAY’ CAME SUDDENLY
On this day in 1965, The Beatles’ “Yesterday” began the month-long time as the top single in the US, is the song, the Paul McCartney‘s masterpiece, began as a dream. The Telegraph [UK]: “As McCartney explained in 1980: “I woke up with a beautiful melody in my head. I thought, ‘This is great, I wonder, what is it?’ It was a piano next to me, right next to the bed by the window. I got out of bed, sat at the piano, G found, found F sharp minor 7.–, and leads you through then to B to E minor and finally back to E. It leads forward logically. I liked the melody a lot, but since I’d dreamed of, I couldn’t believe it, I would have written it. I thought, ‘no, I’ve never written like this before.’ But I had the melody most of the magical beings.’ McCartney lived in Wimpole Street, London, at the time, to the house of the family of Jane Asher, who he was Dating at the time.”
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Biden: 27.4 points (↑ 0.6 points from last wk.)
Warren: 25 points (↑ 2.2 points from last wk.)
Sanders: 14.6 points (↓ 1.4 points from last wk.)
Buttigieg: 5.6 points (↓ 0.4 points from last wk.)
Harris: 4.6 points (↓ 1 point from the last wk.)
[Mean values Quinnipiac University, IBD, Monmouth University, Fox News and NBC News/WSJ are:.]
TRUMP JOB PERFORMANCE
Average Approval: 41.2 Percent
The average of the rejection: 53.4 percent
Net Rating: -12.2 Percent
Change from a week ago: ↓ 1.2 points
[Average, includes: NBC/WSJ: 43% approve – 53% disapprove; Quinnipiac University: 40% approve, reject – 54%; IBD: 43% approve – 54% lean; of the Monmouth University: 43% approve, reject – 53%; CNBC: 37% approve – 53% disapprove.]
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THE TRUMP CARD OF THE PROSECUTION’S PLAN: TO BURN DOWN THE HOUSE
Axios: “President Trump, while you are nervous about the historical spots of the indictment, throws everything he has in this fight: the refusal of any cooperation with advertising to benefit politically, and flaring any person in opposition to him. When it all runs only familiar with Trump, as his own instincts. And his instincts are the same as they were Struggling with the Müller-examination: how, the hell. No nuance or apology — not a hint of it. Rotate the leader of the investigation (in this case, house-Intelligence-Chairman Adam Schiff) in a conservative media villain. Trump’s enemies condemn in the most incendiary and exaggerated language (treason, traitor, coup, etc.). In comparison to the Müller-examination, the Ukraine call appears to have more resonance with the General public. Republicans close to the leadership and the White house say, Axios, you are affected to think of trend lines in a Washington Post poll showing 49% of Americans, Trump should be removed from office.”
isan lines, holding NBC News: “A majority of Americans say the allegations that President Donald Trump asked a foreign leader to examine 2020 rival Joe Biden are serious and need to be fully examined, and they also believe that the President has not been honest and truthful about his actions. Still, the public – political lines is divided, largely along party – whether Trump should be indicted and removed from office, with 43 percent of the support of his removal given what you know today, compared to 49 percent who oppose it. … According to the survey, 47 percent of Americans believe that the allegations that Trump requested Ukraine’s President a view in the three-piece is either ‘very serious’ or ‘very serious.’ This includes 73 percent of Democrats, 55 percent of the self-employed, and even 21 percent of Republicans. By contrast, a combined 28 percent of the allegations close as either not serious or wrong and unfounded. Twenty-five percent of the respondents say that they don’t have an opinion or are unsure.”
Q-poll: support for the impeachment request, steady – Quinnipiac University: “After another week with the impeachment in the news, registered voters nationwide are still divided over the impeachment and removal of President Trump out of the office, with 45 percent saying he should be indicted and removed, and 49 percent opposed to the idea, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today. Compared with the previous week of the survey, where voters were evenly divided on impeachment and of the President 47 – 47 percent remove. In a survey released on September 25, before the important news about the indictment, the voters were clear in the indictment of 37 – 57 percent. While almost half of voters currently back the question of confidence, that a majority of voters still approve 53 – 43 percent of the impeachment investigation by the U.S. house of representatives, in order to determine whether or not to press charges against the President. A week ago, voters in the investigation, 52 – 45 percent.”
Gowdy joins Team trump – Bloomberg: “Donald Trump has enlisted former Deputy Trey Gowdy to work with the White house team in fighting the U.S. House prosecution’s request to the President, persons familiar with the issue said on Tuesday. Gowdy, a former Prosecutor from South Carolina, is formally the candidate of the White house staff, according to the people. He was in the White house on Tuesday, according to a person who saw him there, before an eight-page letter was issued, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi declared that Trump and the management would not give to the prosecution request.”
What will become of Mick Mulvaney? – The Atlantic: “[Mick] Mulvaney‘s uncertain status says something about Trump’s mind-set. In light of this latest danger, and nearly 1,000 days into his term, he has not always been resolved, such as ” the West Wing to run. When confronted with the accusation of a threat of a West Wing staff is that Trump has been neutralized to a large extent. Aide-de-camp were to the left guessing about who is coming and going, much less what they actually say about the allegations that Trump pressured Ukraine to feel dirt on his potential 2020 rival Joe Biden. In the two weeks since the whistleblower complaint was published, not eroding, the White house articulated a clear legal, policy, communication, strategy necessary to resist by impeachment and Trump hold the Republican support.”
Watergate’s lessons for the GOP – FiveThirtyEight: “A complicating factor here is that if Republicans were to abandon the Trump, history does not suggest that Trump loyalists would easily forgive you for the accession of the Democrats” impeachment effort. Although most Americans have finally support remove the [Richard] Nixon from office, Republican voters were mostly not part of the consensus. Days before he resigned, a Gallup poll showed that only 31 percent of Republicans thought that Nixon is no longer President. And some of these Fans resented deeply about their representatives for their role in the extrusion Nixon, may have even contributed to the Democratic landslide in the 1974 midterm elections.”
THE SENATE GOP CAMPAIGN ARM ASSIGNABLE
WashEx: “The Committee tasked with the election of Republican senators in the midst of the impeachment fight report raising $47.7 million so far this year, an amount raised is already larger than ever before in the year before an election year. The National Republican Senate Committee is of crucial importance for the protection of endangered established, such as Susan Collins of Maine, Cory Gardner of Colorado and Martha McSally of Arizona. In the three-month period to Sept. 30, the NRSC dispatched approximately 13.1 million US dollars, including about $5 million in September and the last payment made on the $17 million in debt left over from the midterm elections. The NRSC announced these figures with the Washington Examiner on Tuesday, ahead of his upcoming Federal Election Commission filing. Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell is trying to maintain Republican control of the Senate. Currently, there are 53 GOP senators in the conference.”
Planned Parenthood preps massive 2020 expenditure – Fox News: “Planned Parenthood, the behemoth non-profit Organisation, the maintenance of reproductive health, and is the nation’s largest abortion provider, says it is an important investment in the 2020 elections. Planned Parenthood of the political wing, the fight for legal protection for the abortion – on Wednesday announced that it will spend $ 45 million for candidates who support abortion rights in the elections next year to secure, from the state house stage to the White house. … The group says, to defeat its top priority in 2020, and to overthrow, President trump. Other priorities are the support of the Democrats to hold a repeat control of the GOP-controlled Senate and the democratic majority in the house of representatives belongs to. The group’s target of about 5 million voters across the country, with a focus on the nine most important swing states: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.”
Bevin looks great on impeachment game free hold in Kentucky – RCP: “[Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin] has pressed the impending impeachment of President Trump, in his own Kentucky re-election effort. He stands in front of the governor’s mansion on Friday, Bevin, tied his fate to Outdo, with its condemnation of the indictment as” an absolute travesty “and calling on his Democratic opponent, attorney General , Andy Beshear, the response to a “fundamental question”: Will Beshear for or against a to force the President from office? The Democrat do not want to answer, and the resulting drama could the 2019 race, you draw a rough sketch of the electoral impact of the impeachment by the year 2020.”
Senate report details foreign interference in the election of 2016, calls for Trump to take measures for 2020 – Fox News
Louisiana Governor’s race rocked by sexual harassment claims in the final days of The [Baton Rouge, La.] Lawyer
Montgomery, Ala., selects the city’s first African-American mayor – Fox News
AUDIBLE: PRAIRIE DOGS ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
“Pop your head up, which only leads to bad things.” To explain – a former senior administration officials why the White house are helpers “to keep their heads down” during this time, per Politico.
FROM THE STANDS
“I guess Ellen DeGeneres‘ statement about her friendship with the former President George W. Bush. How have we reached this point where we can’t be friends, or at least polite, those who have a different point of view? … The father of Christian Rock, Larry Norman, once told a joke about a witness to the people, and the ‘religious’ terms, often used. In the history of the Christian frustrated at the end of a conversation, in which he was to be with a friend, because the friend does not understand the concepts of justification, sanctification, or stored. In frustration, he yells, ‘I’m trying to tell, the Good news!’ His friend asks, ” What is this?’ The Christian responds: ‘You go to hell!” His friend replied, “Well, what’s the bad news?’ The point of the narrative is to say that, if we hold firm belief, that’s fine, but we need to communicate in a loving and respectful way. Our actions speak louder than our words. If we are not mindful, we run the risk of the against the person, or worse still, lose the opportunity for dialogue, we’re looking for, with the other person. I believe that in matters of faith especially, that would be a bad thing. As always, I wish you and your family God’s rich blessings!” – Paul Schnier, Shoreham, NY
“I understand your point today about the legal (someone shoot on 5th Ave”) and political differences (‘posting TS documents to IG’) for the display of the Congress vested powers to accuse a sitting President. Hopefully the third time is a charm. What is with this [contributions and donations by foreign nationals.] I think this is what your colleague, judge [Andrew Napolitano] was on his argument in the last article, and TV shows. … The difference between this and the Miller/Russia was not the case, that borders on bribery in bribery, high crimes and misdemeanors.’ Müller’s case was weak and borders on emotion. This is Not a stronger case with a self-a crime admitted,? An independent voter perspective.” – Jai Suresh, Fremont, Calif.[Ed. Note: I hear you, Mr. Suresh. But, no matter which side you take here, the question of the charge is still above the law. The question is political, or at best, moral. It is what the members of the house (and the components they represent) say it is. Efforts to specific criminal charges miss the point of the endeavor.]
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EAU DE BIG BOY
AP: “An Ohio homeowner never always presented semi-famous because of a goat butting its way into your home and take a NAP in your bathroom. … The burglary happened on Friday, when an escaped male goat from a farm a few miles away, multiple butted against a glass sliding door… [Jennifer Keathley‘s] 18-year-old son, Logan, discovered billy the goat in the bathroom, when he came home Friday afternoon from school, the family is excited German shepherd dog in the driveway, broken glass on the porch and the house stinking. … Two of the Ashland County Sheriff’s deputies tried unsuccessfully to convince the goat, named Big Boy, out of the house with a carrot, a dog bone, and grass. She grabbed finally him by the horns and dragged him out… The Keathleys learned, your home insurance policy covers damage from bears, deer and deer, but not goats. … In spite of the applications of carpet deodorant-and urine-neutralizer, she said the smell of Big Boy in urine still lingers.”
AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES…
“Or more prosaically, the catastrophe that awaits everyone from a single false move, wrong turn, fatal encounter. Every life has such a moment. What distinguishes us is whether — and how — we ever come back.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writes in the “National Review” on Aug. 17, 2007.
Chris Stirewalt , the politics editor for Fox News. Brianna McClelland contributed to this report. FOX News mid-term report in your Inbox every day wants? You can register here.