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On the roster: Trump Ukraine games tip Dems the direction of the impeachment of Warren close to Biden in Nevada – Audible: Don ‘T get it twisted, bro – Goo Goo g’joob

Politico: “President Donald Trump on Tuesday shifted its explanation for the temporary restraint of hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Ukraine, citing what he criticised a lack of similar financial contribution of other Western powers, the Eastern European nation. Trump’s latest remarks in opposition to his statement on Monday, that he denied the help because he is afraid of bureaucratic corruption in the Ukraine government. The new claim comes after weekend reports that he repeatedly forced the newly-elected Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in July, a call in order to investigate the former Vice-President Joe Biden‘s son. ‘So far the reluctance to Fund, these funds were paid. You have been paid in full,’ Trump told reporters on Tuesday before his address to the General Assembly of the United Nations. “But my complaint was always, and I would hold back, and I’m going to keep it further back, to Europe and other Nations involved in the Ukraine’,”he continued.

Officials say Pelosi quietly make moves – WaPo: “[Speaker Nancy] Pelosi, according to several senior House Democrats and congressional elections, aide-de-camp, was the measurement of the “mood” caucus members about whether or not you believe the allegations that Trump pressured the Ukrainian President to investigate a political enemy in a turning point. She was making phone calls as late as on Monday night, and also many of the leading helper, was once thought to trump the prosecution is unlikely, you say that now, you think, it is almost inevitable. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity to speak frankly. Pelosi talks and reconsider its long-held position that the charges to disconnect — coming in the midst of a growing greed to charge via party, the liberal base, and many of the Democratic presidential candidates to moderate lawmakers in the hard-fought house seats.”

Moderate Dems the trouble – Fox News: “A whole series of key swing-district Democrats late on Monday night threw their support en masse behind the opening of a formal impeachment inquiry, as The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal reported on the evening that President Trump personally ordered the acting chief of staff of the White house Mick Mulvaney to freeze almost $ 400 million in military aid to Ukraine just a few days earlier, he expressed the new Ukrainian President to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter. The rapid-fire explanations of the most influential Democrats, came after seemingly months already on the threshold, just a day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi strongly recommended, she was now warming to the idea of impeachment of the President. Speaking of Fox News, a house democratic leadership aide confirmed that the Democratic caucus meeting Tuesday afternoon about the Ukraine thing, and how to go on.”

Trump’s attacks on Biden worry Dems in 2016 repeat – WaPo: “But in a worrying sign for the Democrats concerned about the life of the party in 2016, [the Biden] campaign counter-attack is drowned out by a pro-Trump-network on social media and cable news, stepped into the aisle over the weekend, leveling accusations against Biden, with little factual basis. … The flood of online attacks against Biden carries echoes of conspiracy theories spread by Trump and his allies to take over Hillary Clinton‘s health, and claims on their foreign entanglements that helped to turn the voters against them. The rush comes at a crucial moment in the Democratic primary contest, as the former Vice President is trying to present, his ability to walk toe-to-toe with trump. But with the Democratic National Committee a neutral referee is trying to, as it was in the year of 2016, when he was accused of aid Clinton, the party helped to monitor virus attacks, but also publicly silent.”

“To reverse and undo what has been done by a predecessor is very often considered by a successor as the best proof he can give of his own capacity and desert… and the less he resembles him, the more he will recommend himself to the favor of his constituents.” – Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 72

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Biden: 28,2 Points
Warren: 20.2 Points
Sanders: 16 Points
Harris: 6.6 Points
Buttigieg: 5.4 Points
[Means Fox News, NBC News/WSJ, CNN, ABC News/WaPo and IBD include:.]

Average Approval: 43.6 Percent
The average of the rejection: 53.6 percent
Net Score: -10 Percent
Change from a week ago: up 4.8 points
[Average, includes: NBC News/WSJ: 45% approve, reject – 53%; Fox News: 45% approve, reject – 54%; Gallup: 43% approve – 54% lean; NPR/PBS/Marist: 43% approve, reject – 53%; CNN: 42% approve – 54% disapprove.]

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USA Today: “Elizabeth Warren of being in striking distance of Joe Biden in the lead in Nevada’s influential President-parliamentary parties. A new Suffolk University/USA TODAY network survey, taken after this month, the democratic debate, was Biden at 23%, and Warren points to 19% in Nevada, the state that follows Iowa and New Hampshire in the opening presidential contests next year. Bernie Sanders is at 14%. While Warren trailed Biden, Massachusetts senator within the error limit of the former Vice-President for the first time in a public poll in the silver state. … Among the second-tier candidates in Nevada, California, Sr., Kamala Harris was at 4%, and South Bend (Ind.) Mayor Pete Buttigieg, entrepreneur Andrew Yang and activist Tom Steyer at 3%. … The survey showed that increase Warren positioned, your support as the democratic field narrows. She was the ‘second choice’ of 19%, compared to 16% for Biden, 12% for Sanders and 10% for California Sen. Kamala Harris.”

Also, she joins him in the advance in New Hampshire – the Monmouth University: “Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren, the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, on the front of the pack in New Hampshire according to the latest survey by the Monmouth University. … Of registered New Hampshire Democrats and unaffiliated voters who are likely to participate in the February 2020 primaries, 27% Warren, and 25% support currently support Biden. The only other candidate in double-digits Sanders at 12% and South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg at 10%. Other measurable support California Sen. Kamala Harris (3%), New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker (2%), Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (2%), Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar (2%), the former hedge Fund manager Tom Steyer (2%), and entrepreneur Andrew Yang (2%).”

Gabbard is the DM 12 for qualifying for the October debates – Politico: “Rep. Tulsi Gabbard qualified for the October Democratic presidential primary debate, what you are the twelfth candidate to beat, the Democratic National Committee, the threshold values. Gabbard got 2 percent support in New Hampshire poll by the Monmouth University and released on Tuesday. The Hawaii Congressman previously had 2 percent get three other DNC-approved surveys, and your campaign said that you had already achieved more than 130,000 donors, which they took to the debate stage. Gabbard will join Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’rourke, Tom Steyer, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Yang on the stage in October.”

DNC raises the qualifying threshold values for the November – debate – Fox News: “The DNC announced on Monday that the qualification for the November showdown, the candidates at least 3 percent in the four approved national or early-voting-state polls. This is from the 2 per cent, to the stage required in September and October debates, and of the 1 per cent, in three approved polls for the June and July debates. But, to manipulate, to satisfy any criticism from the early voting States, the DNC added in a different way, the polling-criteria – to reach 5 per cent in the two qualifying polls in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada or South Carolina – the first four States to vote in the nomination calendar. The window for the polling will take place from Sept. 13 to seven days, before the still-unannounced November-debate. In previous debates, the candidates, the polling criteria had to reach up to two weeks before the showdown, too.”

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Pergram: Why Democrats ” push for DC statehood is likely to keep stalling – Fox News

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Fox News: “A Russian Navy boat embarks on a research trip in the Arctic sea to be sunk after being attacked by a woman walrus, that was the defense of their young, according to reports on Monday. The Altai, a tug operated by the Russian Navy in the Northern fleet, carried out researchers of the Russian Geographical society and the other expedition members, the reports in waters near a remote island chain by the name of Franz Josef Land in the Arctic sea, the Ars Technica. The boat is triggered to bring a small inflatable landing boat in the shallow waters in front of Wilczek island, researchers on Land in the vicinity of Cape Heller. Before the boat reached the beach, she was attacked by a woman walrus, which was probably out of fear for their young,” reads a press release of the Russian Geographical society. ‘The boat leader fell, but a tragedy was avoided thanks to the prompt action by the squad. All of the landing of the participants, the banks keep reached,’ it said in the press statement.”

“The first week I thought the terrible thing is that people are going to judge me now of a different standard. If I muddle through just by living, you are going to say, it was a great performance, in the face of this. I thought that would be the worst of it, that would be the biggest defeat in my life-if I may. I decided if I could make people judge me by the old standard, that would be a triumph, and that is what I try to do. It seemed to me to live is the only way.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) in an interview with the Washington Post on Aug. 17, 1984.

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.

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