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2020 hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren says targeting corruption in Washington is their top priority as President; Bryan Llenas reports on the rally.

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WARREN SEES THE GENDER POLICY FOR AN EDGE
WaPo: “Sen. Elizabeth Warren celebrated the political power of women-led organization in a speech Monday night, which is called the deadly 1911 triangle Shirtwaist factory fire to argue that the indignation arouse a positive change and the case for their own presidential ambitions. Warren has long faced doubts from some Democratic leaders and voters who ask themselves whether they would be able to defeat President Trump, because of their very liberal message, and voters possible, the reluctance to embrace a woman as President. Monday drew the speech, and the large amount was in part an attempt to refute such a doubt, by arguing that liberal women won, the big change before. … “In fact, we are not here because of the men — we are here because of some hard-working women”. The comments were a direct allusion to the sex than most of their public statements to date, the focus in the rule on the manner in which powerful interests tilted in the government of the country’s elites in the direction of.”

Swing-district Dems fret about Warren, Sanders – McClatchy: “If the top Democratic presidential candidates gathered in Houston last week, discussed a radical health-care overhaul and mandatory gun confiscation in the play, an uncompromising tone towards President Donald Trump and the Republican party. About 15 miles away, the news of a less well-known, but nevertheless important, a Democrat, was decidedly different. “I see that over and over again, where people treat people on the other side of the aisle do not like Tip O’neill and Ronald Reagan, where you have to sit down and talk about things, but you are an enemy of my country and an enemy of me,’ Sri Preston Kulkarni… [Kulkarni] is pushing for the need for compromise when running in Texas’ 22nd district, which is expected to be among the top house battlegrounds in the year 2020. … It is a separation of some Democratic activists fear damage to the party’s chances, as they strive to keep their house majority and take control of the Senate.”

TRUMP VOWS TO FLIP NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque Journal: “During his first visit to New Mexico since winning the White house, President Donald Trump Monday night promised to” campaign for every vote ” and oppose the political experts by adding the state to his win column in 2020. During a rally at the Santa Ana Star Center, 9,000 people, Trump announced attended by an estimated, an oil-drilling boom in southeastern New Mexico, the dangers, the revenue of the state levels to an all-time high, and cited a spike in business applications statewide before you ask the audience to ” give me a little more time.” “The Democrats want to destroy completely, the New Mexico economy,” he said. “But … New Mexico will never give you the chance.’ Last year, Democrats all the land swept-wide offices on the ballot in New Mexico and the state currently has all-democratic congressional delegation.”

Trump is courting deep-pocketed California donors in secret – San Jose Mercury News: “Less than 24 hours before President Trump is coming to the Bay Area for his first visit to the region as President, not even the Republican donors who have paid thousands of dollars for food with him to know where his fundraiser is taking place. icipants that registration would reach for the lunch — in which tickets for up to $100,000, were told to, a Palo Alto drop-off point Tuesday morning, before being transported to the secret action location donations, according to an E-Mail to the Bay Area News group by a participant. It is a level of secrecy that seems designed to frustrate, in part, anti-Trump protesters from the heavily Democratic area, to send, in the hope that the President a message.”

THE RULES: MARK IT DOWN
“If we resort to a criterion to the different principles on which different forms of government are established, we may define a Republic to be, or at least may bestow that name on, a government all of its powers directly or indirectly from the great body of the people, and is administered by persons in their offices during pleasure, for a limited period, or during good behavior.” – James Madison, Federalist No. 39

TIME-OUT: COKIE ROBERTS, R. I. P.
NPR: “Veteran journalist Cokie Roberts, an upstart, NPR in 1978 and left an indelible impression on the growing network with its coverage of Washington politics, before later going on to ABC News, the died. She was 75. Roberts died Tuesday due to complications from breast cancer, according to a family statement. A best-selling author and Emmy-Award-winner, Roberts was one of NPR’s most recognizable voices, and is one of the few pioneering journalists — along with Nina Totenberg, Linda Wertheimer , and Susan Stamberg , which contributed to the public broadcaster, the sound and the culture at a time when few women held prominent roles in the journalism one. … Roberts has won numerous awards during her long career in journalism, including three Emmys and the Edward R. Murrow award. She was inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame. She was recognized by the American women in Radio and television as one of the 50 most important women in the history of broadcasting.”

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INDICATOR
DEMOCRATIC 2020-POWER-RANKING
Biden: 29 Points
Warren: 18.6 Points
Sanders: 15 Points
Harris: 6.8 Points
Buttigieg: 5.2 Points
[Mean values are: CNN, ABC News/WaPo, IBD, Quinnipiac University, and a USA Today/Suffolk University.]

TRUMP JOB PERFORMANCE
Average Level Of Agreement: 40 Percent
The average of the rejection: 54.8 percent
Net Rating: -14.8 Per Cent
Change from prior week: up 1.2 points
[Average, includes: NPR/PBS/Marist: 41% approve, reject – 54%; CNN: 42% approve – 54% disapprove; ABC News/WaPo: 40% approve – 55% lean; IBD: 39% approve – 55% lean; Quinnipiac University: 38% approve, reject 56%.]

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IMPEACHMENT TRIAL HEARINGS IN PROGRESS
AP: “When you investigate, President Donald Trump, Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee will hold its first official hearing, what you are asking for a prosecution investigation. Corey Lewandowski, Trump, the outspoken former campaign manager, will Tuesday appear, the report to discuss, the former special counsel Robert Müller. But it is unlikely that the Democrats will get a lot of new information. A loyal friend and supporter of Republican presidents, Lewandowski is expected to develop far beyond what he Miller said investigators in the past year. Muller himself testified to this summer, not with bombs. Two other witnesses were subpoenaed, in addition to Lewandowski, the former White House aides , Rick Dearborn , and Rob Porter will not show up at all, on orders from the White house.”

Local prosecutors can break trump the tax Declaration of blockade – NYT: “prosecutors in Manhattan invited the President Trump the auditing firm to demand eight years of his personal and corporate tax returns, according to several people with knowledge of the matter. The subpoena opened a new front in an extensive effort to put copies of the President of the tax returns, Mr. Trump initially said he would make public during the 2016 campaign, but has since refused to open. The subpoena was issued by the Manhattan district attorney’s office last month, shortly after it opened a criminal investigation of the role of the President and his family business played-silent-money-payments in the run-up to the election.”

THE LEADERS TRY, NOTHING KAVANAUGH CHARGE PUSH
Politico: “Senior Democrats are quickly moving to snuff-out-call, accuse Brett Kavanaugh, with the argument that such tactics are unrealistic and politically damaging. Democrats are already wrestling whether to push to try to President Donald Trump, and the leadership looks to take little space for the party, to a second separating impeachment saga barely a year before the presidential election. So the requirements up to 2020 presidential contenders are panned to the removal of the Supreme court, on the heels of new reporting on the allegations of sexual misconduct, always. ‘Get real’, such as Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) set it Monday afternoon. “We have on these” impeachment is the answer to every problem.’ It is not realistic,’ Durbin said. … Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) She said she is an impeachment resolution on Tuesday… The two-page resolution calls on to investigate the House Judiciary Committee, whether Kavanaugh accused should, according to a draft obtained by POLITICO.”

Ocasio-Cortez back on the first year of 2020 challenger ” to a well-established – NYT: “representative of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez plans on Tuesday to announce their endorsement of Marie Newman, a progressive candidate to seek to oust representative Daniel Lipinski, a conservative-leaning Illinois Democrat, marking their first train of the 2020 campaign cycle, in order to back a primary Challenger to an incumbent. Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, a high-profile support is a powerful seal, telegraphed to her legions of passionate liberal fans, on behalf of Mrs Newman, and a reflection of the zeal of the party of the progressive left to use his burgeoning force in order to continue targeting Democrats in it. Mrs Newman is backed up by the justice Democrats, the group that propelled Ms. Ocasio-Cortez the insurgent campaign and upset victory last year over a veteran democratic members of Congress, they argued, was the step with his constituents.”

GOPERS SHARPEN ATTACKS IN LOUISIANA GOVERNOR’S RACE
AP: “Louisiana gubernative candidate Eddie Rispone is launching a TV attack ad against his fellow GOP contenders, U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham, ending Republican party, the leaders of the efforts to keep their two main candidates in an exchange of blows before the Oct. 12. Rispone 30-second spot, which is said in his campaign, airs on Tuesday, pans, Abraham for reneging on a promise to donate his congressional salary to charity, and a missing congressional votes. He says he had with Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi , hundreds of times. The ad also meets Abraham, a third-term Congressman from northeast Louisiana, for 2016, the statement suggesting Donald Trump should consider stepping aside from the GOP presidential nomination, after you created the recording in the Trump boasted of groping women. … Rispone campaign spokesman Anthony Ramirez said, the display is coupled to a second point that is criticized Democratic incumbent John Bel Edwards. … Abraham’s campaign did not immediately comment about the TV attack.”

PLAY-BY-PLAY
Netanyahu’s long grip on power example tested-free, repeat the option – AP

North Carolina lawmakers on the way to meet redistricting deadline – AP

AUDIBLE: GO TELL ‘EM IN TUSCALOOSA
“At the end of the day, the people in Alabama that you can trust a football coach, a heck of a lot more than they trust the politicians.” – The Republican candidate for Senate Tommy Tuberville, former Auburn head coach, said on Fox Business Network.

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NEGATIVE CAMPAIGNING IS NOW OUT OF HAND
WBBM: “Talk about pure luck during one of the Morning-Insider-interview – stop in the vicinity of a very busy Chicago Transit Authority, also the pigeons of shit away.’ … CBS 2 Lauren victory was in conversation with a legislator who fought to have the problem to fix, and he fell victim to it right when the cameras rolled. That’s right, a pigeon relieved itself on state REP Jaime Andrade (D-Chicago) directly on cue, as he spoke. Andrade had just badmouthing the pigeons. ‘I’m just going to have to clean up,” he said. ‘This is what is happening in my constituency. You get s**t on all [the] time.” Birds are a chronic problem in and around the Irving Park Blue Line station. Their waste and feathers constantly coat the path commuter take – including the suburbanites and tourists who stop in the close to Metra. … Andrade said, he goes back to the drawing Board. But first, he needs to hit the shower after he pooped.”

AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES…
“Timing is everything”. – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writing in Time magazine of 5. March 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.

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