What We’re Reading
Wonks This Way: If elected, Hillary Clinton faces an “even reduction habitable domestic sourroundings than Obama did.” But she’s got a band of process “nerds” scheming to assistance her navigate by it. (Jonathan Cohn, The Huffington Post)
‘The Ultimate Exit Interview’: In a conversation with presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, President Obama reflects on a decisions that have weighed many heavily on him via his 8 years in office—and shares what he skeleton to do once his tenure is over. (Vanity Fair)
Analyzing a Clinton Foundation: The Democratic nominee’s critics have shifted from perplexing to trickle intensity wrongdoings by her foundation, to seeking either a classification is effective during saving lives. The quick answer to this question, according to Vox’s Dylan Matthews, is yes.
Chaos in Charlotte: Riots following a military sharpened genocide of a black male in Charlotte could figure a presidential competition in North Carolina, that has turn a pivotal state in a election. Here’s how. (Margaret Newkirk, Bloomberg)
Trump Approves This Message: The Republican nominee’s radio advertisements have run irregularly via a election, and have turn probably nonexistent over a final week. Will his campaign’s skeleton to launch a new singular array of ads make a difference? (Steven Shepard, Politico)
‘Anywhere though Washington’: In a initial installment of an eight-part video series, Guardian US spoke with a Trump debate chair in Mahoning County, Ohio, who claimed injustice did not exist before President Obama was elected. (Paul Lewis and Tom Silverstone)
Question of a Week
Jeb Bush, one of a Republican presidential possibilities this year, done a cameo as a limo driver during a Emmy Awards on Sunday night. Rick Perry, who also quickly ran for a White House, is now a competitor on Dancing With a Stars. If we had to guess, where on radio will a other former 2016 hopefuls cocktail up?
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