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Fauci: ‘Clearly we do not have this beneath management.’

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On the roster: Fauci: ‘Clearly we do not have this beneath management.’ – Bipartisan uproar over bounties on troops – Biden treating Michigan like a crimson state – McGrath hangs on to win, however more durable process forward – Gripped it, ripped it

Axios: “Anthony Fauci testified to a Senate committee Tuesday that he would ‘not be shocked’ if the U.S. begins reporting as many as 100,000 new coronavirus circumstances per day, including, ‘I am very involved and never glad with what is going on on as a result of we’re going within the flawed route.’ The nation is at present seeing about 40,000 new circumstances day by day, however that quantity will rise quickly ‘if this doesn’t flip round,’ Fauci stated. He added that the outbreaks in numerous elements of the nation put ‘the whole nation in danger’ and ‘clearly we do not have this beneath management.’ Earlier within the listening to, Fauci warned that some states are ‘skipping over’ checkpoints within the federal reopening pointers and that that is resulting in new hotspots in states like Texas, Florida and Arizona. He added that even states and localities that ‘did it proper’ concerning reopening nonetheless have people who engaged in an ‘all or none phenomenon’ — disregarding social-distancing measures and face masks utilization whereas out socially.”

Masks guidelines Trump tried to flee in Charlotte come to Jacksonville – NYT: “Florida billed itself as a coronavirus oasis when it wooed the Republican Nationwide Conference: The pandemic appeared beneath management, and Republican state and metropolis leaders welcomed a serious televised occasion to point out off the progress and cement votes for President Trump within the nation’s largest presidential battleground. That pitch collided with the grim actuality of the coronavirus and its explosive surge in Florida when Jacksonville, the conference’s new host, imposed a requirement on Monday that folks put on masks indoors, exactly the mandate that the Republican Celebration had hoped to keep away from for its celebrations. The masks order is nearly sure to rankle Mr. Trump, whose calls for for a standard, packed rally pressured the transfer earlier this month to Jacksonville from Charlotte, N.C., within the first place. The resurgence of the virus in Florida, the place the variety of new circumstances has been rising practically day-after-day, has turned the conference into a fair riskier gamble.”

Noem: No corona restrictions for Trump’s Mt. Rushmore rally – KMGH: “South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) stated in a Fox Information interview on Monday that the state wouldn’t be imposing social distancing measures at a Fourth of July occasion that President Donald Trump will attend later this week. Noem added that whereas the state would supply masks to these attending a Fourth of July celebration at Mt. Rushmore on Friday night, it will not require folks to put on them. ‘We can have a big occasion on July 3. We informed these people which have issues that they will keep house, however those that wish to come and be part of us, we’ll be giving out free face masks, in the event that they select to put on one. However we cannot be social distancing,’ Noem informed Laura Ingraham of Fox Information on Monday.”

McConnell denounces stigmatizing masks use – Politico: “Senate Majority Chief Mitch McConnell reiterated Monday that People ought to proceed to put on masks, emphasizing that there’s ‘no stigma’ related to them. The Kentucky Republican’s remarks come as america faces one other surge in coronavirus circumstances, with spikes in states like Florida, Arizona and Texas. In addition they mark a distinction with President Donald Trump, who has refused to put on a masks in public or encourage People to take action whilst his vp over the weekend urged Texans to make use of face coverings throughout a go to to Dallas. In a flooring speech, McConnell stated america is at present in a ‘center floor’ between lockdowns and life earlier than the pandemic, and inspired the adoption of ‘new routines.’ ‘We will need to have no stigma — none — about sporting masks once we depart our houses and are available close to different folks,’ McConnell stated. ‘Carrying easy face coverings is just not about defending ourselves. It’s about defending everybody we encounter.’”

Lawmakers eye leftovers from corona bailout – WaPo: “The stimulus program that has each infuriated and sustained small-business homeowners since its launch in April is now set to shut with greater than $130 billion left unused, prompting lawmakers to think about tips on how to repurpose the cash for the still-ailing economic system. With the deadline to use for the Paycheck Safety Program coming simply earlier than midnight Tuesday evening, Sens. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.) are main a gaggle contemplating how greatest to make use of the remaining funds to assist small companies as they start to reopen. Rubio is engaged on laws that will create new packages to increase makes use of for the funds, equivalent to permitting chambers of commerce to use in addition to directing extra money to sure companies that show they had been affected by the pandemic.”

“When the scale of a State attain to a sure magnitude, it requires the identical power of presidency and the identical types of administration that are requisite in one among a lot better extent.” – Alexander HamiltonFederalist No. 13

Variety: “Carl Reiner, the author, producer, director and actor who was a part of Sid Caesar’s legendary crew and went on to create ‘The Dick Van Dyke Present’ and direct a number of hit movies, has died. He was 98. … His hottest movies as a director included ‘Oh God,’ starring George Burns, in 1977; ‘The Jerk,’ with Steve Martin, in 1979… In 2017, Carl Reiner, his longtime pal and frequent comedy accomplice Mel BrooksNorman LearKirk Douglas and different nonagenarian Hollywood legends had been featured within the HBO documentary ‘If You’re Not within the Obit, Eat Breakfast’… Born within the Bronx, he graduated from highschool at 16 and labored as a machinist whereas learning appearing. After transient stints in summer season inventory and on the Borscht Belt circuit, he entered the Military throughout WWII. His appearing abilities introduced him to the eye of Maurice Evans’ particular companies unit… For the rest of the struggle he toured South Pacific bases in G.I. revues.”

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Trump: 39.Four %
Biden: 49.6 %
Dimension of lead: Biden by 10.2 factors
Change from one week in the past: Biden ↓ 1 level; Trump ↓ 1.6 factors
[Common contains: NPR/PBS/Marist: Trump 44% – Biden 52%; CNBC: Trump 38% – Biden 47%; NYT/Sienna: Trump 36% – Biden 50%; Fox Information: Trump 38% – Biden 50%; Quinnipiac College: Trump 41% – Biden 49%.]

(270 electoral votes wanted to win)
Toss-up: (109 electoral votes): Wisconsin (10), Ohio (18), Florida (29), Arizona (11), Pennsylvania (20), North Carolina (15), Iowa (6)
Lean R/Doubtless R: (180 electoral votes)
Lean D/Doubtless D: (249 electoral votes)
[Full rankings here.]

Common approval: 41.Four %
Common disapproval: 55 %
Web Rating: -13.6 factors
Change from one week in the past: ↓ 0.eight factors
[Common contains: NPR/PBS/Marist: 41% approve – 57% disapprove; CNBC: 39% approve – 52% disapprove; NYT/Siena: 41% approve – 56% disapprove; Fox Information: 44% approve – 55% disapprove; Quinnipiac College: 42% approve – 55% disapprove.]

WSJ: “Republican and Democratic lawmakers united round calls for that the White Home element intelligence indicating Russia had paid bounties to insurgents to have American forces killed in Afghanistan, and clarify why President Trump apparently wasn’t briefed on the risk to U.S. troops. … ‘Something with any trace of credibility that will endanger our service members, a lot much less put a bounty on their lives, to me ought to have been briefed instantly to the commander in chief and a plan to take care of that scenario,’ Rep. Mac Thornberry of Texas, the highest Republican on the Home Armed Companies Committee, informed reporters Monday. … Sen. Ben Sasse (R., Neb.) known as for Congress to give attention to getting data. ‘No. 1, Who knew what, when?’ he stated. ‘And did the commander-in-chief know? And if not, how the hell not? And No. 2, What are we going to do as a proportional price in response? In a scenario like this, that will imply GRU and Taliban physique luggage.’”

Report: White Home officers knew of studies for greater than a 12 months – AP: “High officers within the White Home had been conscious in early 2019 of categorized intelligence indicating Russia was secretly providing bounties to the Taliban for the deaths of People, a full 12 months sooner than has been beforehand reported, in line with U.S. officers with direct data of the intelligence. The evaluation was included in no less than one among President Donald Trump’s written day by day intelligence briefings on the time, in line with the officers. Then-national safety adviser John Bolton additionally informed colleagues he briefed Trump on the intelligence evaluation in March 2019. The White Home didn’t reply to questions on Trump or different officers’ consciousness of Russia’s provocations in 2019. The White Home has stated Trump was not — and nonetheless has not been — briefed on the intelligence assessments as a result of they haven’t been absolutely verified. Nevertheless, it’s uncommon for intelligence to be confirmed with out a shadow of a doubt earlier than it’s offered to high officers.”

WSJ: “Joe Biden is constructing out his crew in Michigan, tapping a veteran of red-state Democratic campaigns to supervise operations there. The previous vp’s marketing campaign stated Eric Hyers would function Michigan state director. Mr. Hyers was the marketing campaign supervisor for Democrat Andy Beshear’s profitable 2019 bid to unseat Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, a Republican. President Trump, who gained Kentucky by 30 factors in 2016, closely backed Mr. Bevin, whose tenure at occasions had been rocky. Mr. Hyers additionally ran Montana Gov. Steve Bullock’s re-election marketing campaign in 2016. Mr. Bullock gained Montana by roughly Four share factors on the identical evening Mr. Trump beat Hillary Clinton there by 20 factors. The Nice Lakes State hadn’t supported a Republican presidential candidate for 28 years till Mr. Trump, who gained there in 2016 by fewer than 11,000 votes. Democrats, after profitable a number of distinguished races within the state in 2018, are keen to place Michigan again of their column.”

Biden marketing campaign to push failing grade for Trump – WaPo: “As states report exploding numbers of coronavirus circumstances, Joe Biden on Tuesday plans to escalate his criticism of President Trump’s dealing with of the pandemic and element how he would stem the virus, which has killed no less than 124,000 People. Biden will tie collectively a raft of proposals he’s supplied since January, together with offering free testing and remedy for the illness and assured paid depart for individuals who should keep house from work whereas sick, in line with a marketing campaign doc outlining his themes that was obtained by The Washington Publish. The doc, within the type of a scorecard that the marketing campaign will push through social media, is meant to hammer house the areas the place Biden’s marketing campaign believes that Trump has fallen brief. Broad classes embrace the president’s failure to ‘stage with the American folks’; his incapability to offer testing and remedy; shortfalls in securing a provide chain for protecting gear; and failures to guard staff, older People and small companies.”

Trump advert buys centered on protection – CNBC: “President Donald Trump’s marketing campaign, going through a rising drawback in polls, has began reserving spots for a tv advert blitz set to run in a number of swing states in the course of the ultimate months of the race. The advert purchase, price greater than $90 million, comes as some within the Trump marketing campaign see warning indicators in a number of key states… Advert monitoring corporations Promoting Analytics and Medium Shopping for introduced that Trump’s marketing campaign is reserving advert time beginning in September in the important thing states of Arizona, Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and North Carolina.  Trump gained all six states in 2016. The advert purchase comes on high of the adverts at present airing towards Joe Biden in North Carolina. Promoting Analytics initially stated on Monday that the purchase is price over $16 million. Later, they famous that the purchase throughout all the states was price $95 million.”

Bloomberg: “Former Marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath fended off a late surge by a progressive state legislator to win the Kentucky Democratic major contest and turn out to be the challenger to Senate Majority Chief Mitch McConnell in November. McGrath had the backing of social gathering leaders and a large fundraising benefit, however State Consultant Charles Booker, a Black progressive, capitalized on momentum from the protests following the killings of Breonna Taylor in Louisville and George Floyd in Minneapolis… McGrath, who’s White, was declared the winner by the Related Press every week after the June 23 major as state election officers counted 1000’s of ballots despatched by mail because the coronavirus pandemic made voters cautious of going to polling locations in individual. McGrath defeated Booker 45% to 43% of the votes with 91% of precincts reported. She can have an uphill battle to try to unseat McConnell, who’s looking for a seventh time period.”

Turnout sturdy as Huntsman battles for return to workplace – Salt Lake Tribune: “Although the worldwide pandemic has pressured gubernatorial candidates off the marketing campaign path and shut down in-person polling locations, Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen nonetheless holds onto hope that voters will take part in Tuesday’s major in file numbers. … The statistics up to now appeared to again up her constructive considering. On Monday, state elections officers reported that county clerks statewide had already processed practically 345,000 ballots, that means they’ve already heard from about 23% of the state’s energetic voters. By comparability, total voter turnout within the 2016 and 2018 primaries stood at about 26% and 29% respectively. … The marketing campaign of gubernatorial hopeful Jon Huntsman has inspired social gathering switching, with polling displaying that he has an edge amongst unaffiliated and Democratic voters. In the meantime, former Home Speaker Greg Hughes, a extra conservative candidate, has known as these organized efforts an ‘assault’ on the GOP and ‘a concerted effort of Democrats dishonestly invading our social gathering in an try and defeat me.’”

Fox News: “The Supreme Court docket on Tuesday struck down a ban on taxpayer funding for non secular faculties, in a slim however important win for the college alternative motion. Within the 5-Four ruling, authored by Chief Justice John Roberts, the courtroom basically backed a Montana tax-credit scholarship program… Tuesday’s ruling is a victory for college alternative proponents and a few conservative non secular teams who had challenged the supply in courtroom. Montana’s program was much like many throughout the U.S., and different states have proposed tax-credit scholarship packages however not handed them as a result of confusion about their legality.”

Elaina Plott
 in Alabama with Jeff Periods on his wild journey – NYT

Effort to roll again protections for on-line platforms goes mainstream – Roll Call

Douthat : ‘The ghost of Woodrow Wilson – NYT

Home Dems squeeze GOP with symbolic ObamaCare vote as Trump seeks repeal – Politico

Pelosi retains proxy voting via no less than mid-August – Roll Call

“I suppose that makes us even, as a result of I wouldn’t assist him for president both.” – Nikki Haley, in a statement to McClatchy, responding to John Bolton’s remark that he wouldn’t assist her presidential bid.

“Annually in the summertime you appear to dedicate a portion of the Halftime Report back to the historical past /tradition/folks of West Virginia. Because the birthday of West Virginia simply previous can we anticipate it? At all times get pleasure from that and am trying ahead to a different. Wished I had saved the previous ones.” – Craig Williams, Freeport, Unwell.

[Ed. be aware: Good man, Mr. Williams! In my lengthy years making political notes, I’ve all the time tried to look at West Virginia Day every June 20, the anniversary of our 1863 entrance into the Union and a state vacation. Sadly this 12 months, the celebration fell on a Saturday and I did not commit area on the Friday earlier than. It had nagged at me these previous 10 days, and your be aware was simply what I wanted to desert wasted remorse in favor of motion. We are going to search for a great event this summer season to extoll the wondrous virtues of the 35th state and her folks. America may use somewhat extra of what is wild, great and nearly heaven. Thanks!]

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Fox News: “Ian Poulter admitted that he farted throughout a golf match over the weekend. Through the Vacationers Championship at TPC River Highlands in Connecticut on Sunday, the digital camera was centered on fellow golfer Greg Chalmers, and after he took a swing, viewers tuning in may hear a loud noise, which turned out to be a fart. Poulter, who took credit score straight away, stated on digital camera, ‘Did you get that?’ In response, Chalmers stated, ‘Keep over there. Is that imagined to be extra silent than that?’ Poulter later commented on Twitter taking possession. ‘Three membership wind this morning on the primary tee. At all times watch out for the dwell mic,’ Poulter wrote on the social media web site. After Chalmers stated, ‘I just like the (fart) within the closed caption. That basically confirmed it for me,’ Poulter responded by saying, ‘The perfect bit everybody thinks it was you.’ … ‘I suppose it is one option to defend social distancing,’ Poulter stated.”

“However now that everybody from Ted Turner to George Bush, Dow to Exxon has professed love for Mom Earth, how are we to decide on among the many dozens of conflicting proposals, restrictions, initiatives, rules and legal guidelines superior within the identify of the surroundings?” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writing in Time journal on June 17, 1991.

Chris Stirewalt is the politics editor for Fox Information. Brianna McClelland contributed to this report. Need FOX Information Halftime Report in your inbox day-after-day? Join here.

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